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Thanks to everyone who came along to Tidelines 2018 – we had a blast! With over 1,000 tickets sold over 4 days for 18 events we can confidently say that 2018 was our best year yet, and plans are already afoot for 2019. But no need to wait a whole year for more Tidelines – we have three of our one-off Taster events coming right up! Read on to find out more.


Friday 26 October 7-8pm

Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

Stuart Cosgrove

Harlem 69 – The Future of Soul

Join author, journalist and broadcaster Stuart Cosgrove as he takes us to Harlem, New York, 1969. Hear about Black Woodstock, Aretha Franklyn, Jimi Hendrix, the Black Panther Party, and the dramatic events that left Harlem stigmatised as a place ravaged by crime and a darkly vengeful drug problem. Harlem 69 brings Stuart’s epic sixties trilogy to a dramatic conclusion, and takes a forwards look at jazz funk, disco and hip hop – the music yet to come.

Tickets £8

Tickets available from the HAC box office on 01294 274059  or  book online    

    

 


Thursday 8 November 7.30-8.30pm

Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

Ambrose Parry

The Way of All Flesh

Edinburgh, 1874. Young women are being discovered dead across the Old Town, all having suffered gruesome ends. Medical student Will Raven and housemaid Sarah Fisher find themselves propelled into the shadows of Edinburgh’s underworld and must overcome their differences to make it out alive. Medicine, murder and money blur the lines between class and gender in this first historical mystery by Ambrose Parry – a collaboration between Marisa Haetzman , anaesthetist and medical historian, and bestselling author Chris Brookmyre.

Tickets £8

Tickets available from the HAC box office on 01294 274059  or  book online    

   

 


Friday 18 January 2019

Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

Two Poets, a Pie and a Dram

Following the success of our 2018 January Poetry event, Tidelines is delighted to welcome back award-winning poets Michael J Malone and Sheila Templeton for a dash of wit, a wee taste of haggis, and a warming dram to chase away the January blues. Join Michael and Sheila as they read their own work in Scots, English and Doric, and introduce an open-mike spot for local poets.

Contact Tidelines for further information.