Changin’ Scotland – a weekend of politics, culture and ideas …. And fun!
Friday March 25th-Sunday March 27th The Ceilidh Place, Ullapool
Friday March 25th
Land, Power and Politics
Andy Wightman, writer, campaigner and author of ‘The Poor Had No Lawyers’
Saturday March 26th
10.15-11.30am The Crown Estate in Scotland
Robin Callander, author of ‘How Scotland is Owned?’
11.45-1.00pm Why Scotland Needs Fiscal Autonomy
Drew Scott, Edinburgh University
2.00-3.15pm The Life and Times of R.D. Laing
Eleanor Yule, writer and filmmaker, introduces her film on Laing
3.15-4.30pm Global Crisis, Nature and the Need for Stories
Paul Kingsnorth on the ‘Dark Mountain’ Project – acclaimed by the New Statesman as one of ‘the most inspiring initiatives addressing the times we live in’
4.45-6.00pm Where is Radical Scotland?
Gerry Hassan, editor, Radical Scotland: Arguments for Self-Determination;
Liz Gardiner, Director, Fablevision, cultural facilitators.
8.30-10.00pm Changin Scotland Collective Drumming
Barbara Chalmers and Erin Scrutton take us into a Changin Scotland first!
No previous experience needed!
Sunday March 27th
10.30-11.00am Changin Scotland in Practice: Room Thirteen Update
11.00-12.30pm Spaces of Labour and the Future of the Scottish Economy
Jonathan Charley, Strathclyde University
Places are limited! So book early to avoid disappointment! A weekend ticket £60 Individual sessions £8 All above times subject to the famous Changin Scotland variance!