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You can catch Jenny at the events below! For bookings contact Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To support Jenny’s work by buying merchandise:www.jennylindsay.bigcartel.com
5/4/17: Magi Gibson’s ‘Washing Hugh MacDiarmid’s Socks’. Waterstone’s, Byres Road, Glasgow. 7:30 – 9:00 pm. Giving an introduction to Magi Gibson’s new collection.
8/4/17: Young Adult Spoken Word Workshop, The Stove, Dumfries. 1:30 – 3pm. For more details email email@example.com
13/4/17: Me, Myself and I: Lyceum Theatre, 7 – 8pm . A discussion between Christopher Brookmyre and Jenny Lindsay. Part of Who Do You Think You Are? a series of talks to accompany the production of A Number presented by Edinburgh International Science Festival/ Lyceum Theatre.
From genetics to our cultural roots, from our shared passions to our individuality, what makes us who we are? How do the concepts of selfhood and otherness impact our lives and attitudes? Join author Christopher Brookmyre and poet, performer and promoter of spoken word Jenny Lindsay in discussion about how artists and writers tackle this question and bring their characters and creations to vibrant life. Details here.
20/4/17: The Eclectica Experiment, The Caves, Edinburgh. (Compere). A melting pot of live performances by innovative acts curated by The Skinny, matched with Black Bottle whisky cocktails created by some of Edinburgh’s best bartenders.
We’ve lined up Iklan – the brand-new collaboration between experimental dark-pop queen Law Holt, the Leith Congregational Choir and Timothy London (co-producer of Young Fathers’ debut) – plus the epic lo-fi of Meursault, alt-folk songwriter Faith Eliott and the dark electro of Future Get Down.
There’s also contemporary dance, short films, spoken word from Iona Lee and Daniel Piper, plus a screening of Scottish Ballet short film Maze, and the whole evening is compered by Flint & Pitch’s Jenny Lindsay.
Mixologists from the likes of Voyage of Buck, Bramble and Timberyard will be putting together unique cocktails inspired by the evening’s events, and by Black Bottle whisky.
Tickets on sale now – £10, which includes 5 whisky cocktails, food, and the evening’s entertainment – and available from the link above.
21/4/17: The Flint & Pitch Revue #5! The Bongo Club, Edinburgh. 7 – 10pm. Tickets here. Compere, alongside Cameron Foster. With Jackie Kay, Kevin Gilday, Josephine Sillars & band, Craig Lithgow (Mummy’s Boy) and Katharine Macfarlane. £6.
12/5/17: Flint & Pitch Presents: Fat Kid Running by Katherine McMahon. (Host/ programmer). The Scottish Storytelling Centre, 7:30pm, £10. Tickets here. With support from Audrey Tait, Belle Jones and Lauren Gilmour’s ‘Closed Doors’, and Calum Rodger’s ‘Rock. Star. North.’
19/5/17: The Flint & Pitch Revue #6! The Bongo Club, Edinburgh. 7 – 10pm. With Clare Pollard, Claire Askew, Heir of the Cursed, Declan Welsh and The Decadent West, Gavin Inglis. Compere with Cameron Foster. £6 Follow @flintandpitch for more info.
20/5/17: Coastword Present: Janice Galloway and Marjorie Gill, with support from Hannah Lavery and Nadine Aisha. Compere gig. 3:15 – 4:15pm, Dunmuir Hotel, Dunbar. More info here: http://www.coastword.co.uk/coastword-2017/janice-galloway-marjorie-gill
20/5/17: Performance Workshop for CoastWord Festival, Dunbar. (Workshop) From programme: “A great workshop for those that want to explore their work in performance. Jenny Lindsay is a leading performer and promoter of Spoken Word and we are thrilled that she has agreed to run a workshop on poetry in performance for CoastWord 2017. In this very special workshop, Jenny will help you consider your existing work for performance. She will focus on skills such as using a mic, introducing your work, and how to control those nerves as well as offering you lots of opportunities to perform, explore and play. ” £10. Sign up here.
20/5/17: CoastWord/ Red Squirrel Press Present: (Full set) Jenny Lindsay, Colin McGuire, Emilie Robson, Richard Lein & Karen Dietz, Scott Tyrell and Faith Eliot. 7:30 – 10pm, Dunmuir Hotel, Dunbar. Tickets here.
28/5/17: Flint & Pitch Presents: Blistering Mischief @ Hidden Door! The Old Leith Theatre/ Hidden Door, Edinburgh. Times tbc (evening/ late). With sets from Michael Pedersen, Dominic Waxing Lyrical, Jenny Lindsay and more tba. More info here.
4/6/17: Lyceum Variety Night #3! 7pm, Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh. Host/ programmer. Join us for the final Variety Night of the Season, with seven wonderful acts tba. Expect dance, theatre, poetry, music and more! £15. Tickets here.
17/6/17: Borders Book Festival. All details tba.
21/6/17: Sonnet Youth (feature set). Drygate Brewery, Glasgow. Details tba.
23/6/17: The Flint & Pitch Revue #7! The Bongo Club, Edinburgh. 7 – 10pm. All details tba.
3 – 4/7/17: St Andrew’s University International Summer School (tutor in Creative Writing)
7/7/17: Flint & Pitch Presents…. Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh. 7:30pm. £10. All details tba.
19/8/17: EIBF event tba
20/8/17: Young adult workshop tba
26/8/17: EIBF event tba
27/8/17: The Flint & Pitch Revue! (All deets tba!)
29/9/17: Flint & Pitch Presents….. (Book Launch event) Save the date! The Bongo Club, Edinburgh. £10. More details soon.
22/10/17: Very Exciting Announcement forthcoming!
15/12/17: The Flint & Pitch Revue! (Clydebank event. All details tba)