|7th November 2021|
Usher Hall Lothian Road, Edinburgh West EH1 2EA
|£44 / £33|
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Join stars of the hit TV show Outlander, Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish, for this exclusive event to celebrate the publication of their new book, The Clanlands Almanac – a seasonal guide to all things Scotland.
Live in conversation, two of Scotland's most beloved sons turn tour guides once again as they take you on an adventure through Scottish legends and traditions. Taking us through the calendar year, the two Scots will explore different regions, adventures, castles, battles, and (of course) drams, prompted by the seasons. From First Footing to Samhain, Fringe Festival frolics to whisky lore, Sam and Graham will share personal stories and tips as only these chalk-and-cheese friends can.
As entertaining as it is practical, this event promises to be a humorous and light-hearted education in Scottish history and culture, told through the eyes of two passionate Scotsmen with a knack for storytelling.
Tickets: £44 | £33
Every ticket includes a copy of the book, The Clanlands Almanac -Seasonal Stories from Scotland RRP £16.99
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