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Appeal for Nepal (until 5 July 2015)
George McBean lived and worked with his family in Nepal for 7 years and visited Nepal many times thereafter. His love of the place and people motivated him to pull out his old photographs and present this photographic exhibition to raise funds for the Nepal Disaster Relief following the recent devastating earthquakes. The Club has waived its normal sales commission on this exhibition, to maximise the monies going to Nepal. For those of you who don't buy George's works, your contribution to the Appeal can be made directly, through a collection taken at the bar.
Gallery Exhibition (from 3 June 2015)
Please note that all Club events run under the Chatham House Rule.
Recital or Talk only
R/T & meal
|Wed 1||7pm||The Writers' Group - now Wednesday, 8th July||n/a||n/a|
|Fri 3||6pm on||
Conversation, discussion, music (possibly), unpredictability (definitely) - all of these and more in the (very) sociable atmosphere on the first Friday of every month, in the Club Room.
|Wed 8||6pm-8pm||Private View - Professional Members' Exhibition||n/a||n/a|
The Writers' Group (originally scheduled for Wednesday, 1st July)
Come and join a very diverse group of writers of Fiction, Faction, Memoir and Poetry.
Edinburgh International Book Festival - at alk by its Director, Nick Barley
Come and hear Nick Barley talk about the exciting programme for this year's Book Festival, with background stories of how the 2015 event has evolved and come together.
This is an all-ticket event, with drinks and canapés. (Booking and pre-payment essential.)
|Paid Event||£10 per person|
|Sat 18||12 noon||
Duelling Duets at Noon - a recital of some of their favourite piano duets, by Club Members Alan Jacques and David Lyle
Lunch available afterwards - please book!
|Members FREE, Guests £5||n/a|
Members' and Friends' Evening
Enjoy meeting and welcoming new and prospective Members, and friends, to the Club, with a complimentary drink to start the evening.
To book, please contact the Club. More and later events are in the diary.