Free, fun and fantastic! East Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions!
Bring four books to swap and enjoy a special Q&A with guest author Doug Allan about his book Freeze Frame: A Wildlife Cameraman’s Adventures on Ice.
Join us at Dovecot as Caroline Young delves into the significance of colour in dress and explores how the symbolism has shifted over time!
Enjoy an evening with Gill Sims, author of the Best Selling ‘Why Mummy’ series of books and the woman behind the hugely popular ‘Peter and Jane’ Facebook page at The Queen's Hall on 2nd April.
David Sedaris will take An Evening With David Sedaris across the UK and Ireland in summer 2022. Catch him live at the Usher Hall on Sunday 10th July!
Join author Craig Robertson at Waterstones Sauchiehall Street as he launches his new novel, The Undiscovered Deaths of Grace McGill!
Waterstones Sauchiehall Street are pleased to be welcoming back Glasgow's own award winning author Louise Welsh as she discusses her latest book, The Second Cut!
If you're a fan of movies, comics, video games, sci-fi, anime or cosplay you cannot miss the ACME Scotland Comic Con at the SEC Glasgow on the 5th & 6th March!
Returning for a fourth year, BGCP Comic Con presents Largs Comic Con 2022 on Saturday 12th March!
BGCP Comic Con is coming to Shawlands in May 2022, with an array of awesome themed activities, traders and fun for all ages!
BGCP Comic Con returns to Loch Lomond Shores on 2nd & 3rd July with a family-friendly event suitable for heroes of all ages!
With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America's pre-eminent humour writers, catch his live tour at the Theatre Royal Glasgow on 17th July!
BGCP Comic Con has made the decision to cross over to Dunoon on Saturday 30th July to present Dunoon's first ever Comic Con in the newly refurbished Queen's Hall!
Mindfulness pioneer Gelong Thubten will bring 'A Monk's Guide To Happiness' to Oran Mor Glasgow on 4th October 2022.
The Big Glasgow Comic Page is coming to Cumbernauld! There will exhibitors and traders selling comics, graphic novels, crafts, art, Funko Pop figures and much more!
Join writer Paul Larkin at the Knight of St Columba Social Club, Moodiesburn on Saturday 9th April as he discusses his new book TIMS which looks at the history of Celtic FC.
Together with your grown-up, find a space in the Paisley Book Festival 'garden', coorie in – and discover together that even watering cans have tales to tell!
Enjoy a warm welcome back to Paisley Book Festival as we introduce our brand-new theme for this year – Stories Mak Us – and celebrate the fundamental role that narratives play in shaping our lives
Join Project Search for 'Colouring and Craic' a special reminiscence workshop being hosted at Paisley Central Library as part of Paisley Book Festival 2022!
Paisley Book Festival welcome Louise Welsh to introduce this hot-off-the-press new adventure in conversation with fellow crime writer and Paisley Buddy Karen Campbell!
Join Paisley Book Festival for this very special book launch where Ross MacKay will read from his new picture book and lead a playful workshop for children all about cheering each other up!
Author James Robertson chats to Professor of Scottish Studies and BBC Radio Scotland presenter Gary West about the inspiration for his new book as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Authors Jenni Fagan and C. J. Cooke are joined in conversation by Zoe Venditozzi, co-host of the Witches of Scotland podcast, for 'Resurrecting Scotland's Witches' as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Join Publishing Scotland and authors Anne Pia and Mick Kitson as they invite readers to learn more about the inner workings of the book industry as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Join Juana Adcock and Vahni Anthony Capildeo as they discuss the responsibility that comes with translating poetry from one language to another as part of Paisley Book Festival.
Dance is a wonderful form of storytelling and in this creative workshop, as part of Paisley Book Festival, the art of Indian Classical Dance will be used as inspiration to get the pen flowing.
Paisley Book Festival welcome Kilmarnock-born author Graeme Macrae Burnet on 20th February to discuss his latest novel, Case Study, a psychological thriller set in 1960s London!
How do island words and worlds challenge national and international literatures? And how does language look different from an island perspective? Find out at Island Words part of Paisley Book Festival
What happens to our stories after we're gone and who gets to tell them? This is the question asked by two of Scotland's most exciting writing talents in their latest novels!
Join historian David Alston, multi-disciplinary visual artist Ashanti Harris and Lecturer in the History of Atlantic Slavery, Peggy Brunache as they discuss Scotland and the legacy of slavery.
Join Paisley Book Festival for a conversation about kick starting your career as a writer with two local authors who've done just that, Jim Alexander and Seamus Connolly!
Join Will Buckingham and Roxani Krystalli at Paisley Central Library as they discuss interacting with strangers and the age-old traditions of hospitality and friendship.
Discover real life tales of tragedy and hardship but also of resilience and creativity on the Hidden Stories of Renfrewshire Women workshop from Glasgow Women's Library as part of Paisley Book Fest.
Join local writers Mairi Murphy, Morag Smith, Kathryn Metcalfe and Lesley Traynor as they share their love of poetry, taking inspiration from women in their own lives!
Join Gauri Raje, Jess Smith and Clare McNicol, an extraordinary line-up of storytellers, as they discuss Bridging Cultures through Storytelling with Guest Curator Mara Menzies.
Join one of Scotland's best loved crime writers as she delves into one of the darkest moments in Scotland's history for this special event as part of Paisley Book Festival 2022!
Don't miss the launch of Cora - Gaisgeach nan Gràineag accompanied by a puppet show for 4 to 7 year olds at Paisley Central Library as part of Paisley Book Fest!
Join writers Kirstin Innes and David Bratchpiece as they discuss their book Brickwork, the story of cultural institution The Arches, told through the people who made it!
Hannah Lavery and Dean Atta are joined by Guest Curator Mara Menzies as they explore how their words and ideas manifest differently from literary form to the performance space.
Come along to Paisley Central Library and find out all about a very special Ginger Mog called Phantom!
Join the Paisley Book Fest team as they round off this year's festival with a heart-warming musical celebration of Scottish writers and the world of stories!
Paisley Book Festival are delighted to welcome Kathleen Jamie to discuss her career to date, read some of her latest work and share what the first six months as Makar have been like!
The Film & Comic Con Glasgow returns to Braehead Arena on the weekend of the 20th & 21st of August!
Stirling is bidding to become UK City of Culture 2025!
Find out how you can get involved in backing Stirling's bid at www.yourstirling.com