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Steve Savage Publishers Ltd
NEWS AND COMMENT
12 to 18 AUG 17
7.30pm
Black Market
32 Market Street
Edinburgh
EH1 1QB
The Last Burrah Sahibs

Part of PBH's Free Fringe 2017, The Last Burrah Sahibs is a one-man multimedia show based on Max's book The Last Burrah Sahibs. He shares his memories of his 1960s childhood in India when ordinary Scots from the east coast still worked in the jute mills along the Hooghly river staying in lofty mansion houses with fleets of servants. Live storytelling accompanied by unique video footage.
20 JUL 17The Baker's Arms
Leith
The Last Burrah Sahibs

The Last Burrah Sahibs is a one-man multimedia show based on Max's book The Last Burrah Sahibs.
5 JUL 17Blackwells
Edinburgh
The Last Burrah Sahibs

The Last Burrah Sahibs is a one-man multimedia show based on Max's book The Last Burrah Sahibs.
17 JUN 17J & G Innes
St Andrews
The Battle of St Monans

Leonard Low signed copies of his new book The Battle of St Monans at J & G Innes, the St Andrews booksellers. His book featured in their window display that week...

Window
6 JUN 17The Courier The Battle of St Monans

Under the heading Forgotten battle of St Monans highlighted by Fife author, the Courier ran a feature on a re-enactment recently staged at the spot where the conflict took place, promoting Leonard Low's forthcoming book The Battle of St Monans.

Battle scene
18 MAY 17Langside Library
Glasgow
The Last Burrah Sahibs

The Last Burrah Sahibs is a one-man multimedia show based on Max's book The Last Burrah Sahibs.
16 MAR 17Teviot Lounge Bar
Edinburgh
The Last Burrah Sahibs

The Last Burrah Sahibs author Max Scratchmann was the featured artist at Edinburgh University's biweekly open mic event Soapbox -- on the theme of 'Origin Stories'.
12 MAR 17Glasgow International Comedy Festival
Liberté
241 North St
Glasgow
The Last Burrah Sahibs

The Last Burrah Sahibs author Max Scratchmann teamed up once more with Alec Beattie to offer Scotland in the Shadows ("A dark and humorous spoken word show about Scotland's sinister side") at the Glasgow Comedy Festival.