A weekend of politics, culture and ideas …. And fun!
Friday November 4th-Sunday November 6th
The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool
Details of Programme Below:
Friday November 4th
Gerry Hassan and Jean Urquhart
The Future of Scotland: The Union and Independence
Elaine C. Smith, actress and campaigner and Alan Cochrane, Daily Telegraph
10.00pm Live Music in the Bar from Babelfish
Saturday November 5th
10.15-11.30am Why did the SNP win?
David Torrance, author, ‘Salmond: Against All Odds’ and Ewan Crawford, former SNP Adviser
11.45-1.00pm A Decade of the Scottish Parliament and its Future
Robert Brown, former Lib Dem MSP and minister
2.15-3.30pm Being Second Generation Irish in Modern Scotland
Phil Mac Giolla Bhain, journalist and campaigner, author of ‘A Rebel Journalist’
3.45-5.00pm After ‘The Scheme’ and ‘NEDS’: How Do We Portray Poverty?
Nick Higgins, filmmaker with Morag Gillespie, Glasgow Caledonian University and Peter Mackie Burns, filmmaker
8.30-10.00pm Classic Films of Modern Scotland
Allan Hunter, Co-director of Glasgow Film Festival introduces the second in his series of recent Scottish films
Sunday November 6th
10.30-11.30am The Rise and Fall of the Scottish Left: Life After Tommy Sheridan
Gregor Gall, author, ‘Tommy Sheridan: A Political Biography’
11.30-1.00pm The State of the Scottish Media
Douglas Fraser, BBC Scotland, Kirk Torrance, SNP social media adviser and Joyce Macmillan, freelance journalist
Places are limited! So book early to avoid disappointment!
A weekend ticket £60 Individual sessions £8
Booking Details: The Ceilidh Place Reception, 01854-612103 and ask to book Changin Scotland
Accomodation available as well from £25 per person per nite
All above times subject to the famous Changin Scotland variance!