Monday, 25th January 2016
19.30 – 22.30
January event in collaboration with the Red Room Poets and Creative Arts with the Federation of Writers (Scotland) hosted at the Merlin Roadhouse, Morningside, Edinburgh.
An alternative open mic night dedicated to the many women in Robert Burns’s life.
The most famous of all. Burns’s wife, Jean Armour (1767-1834).
Suggested donation £5. There may be haggis and neeps to purchase in advance and we will keep you updated on how you can purchase this in advance of the evening at the Merlin.
Please bring along your favourite Burns poem and your very own to read or perform. We want music and singing too.
We are delighted to hold monthly open mic events in Edinburgh on behalf of the Federation of Writers (Scotland).
Poets, Performers, Readers, Storytellers, Musicians, Singers and Dancers are invited to sign up for the 5 minute slot open mic night from all over Scotland.
Preference to early slots are given to people travelling from outside of Edinburgh and we look forward to seeing a great audience there too.
Depending on the demand there may be an opportunity to rotate and slot more performances in later on in the evening.
Under 18s must leave by 9 pm
No lift but stairs two flights. not steep, with handrails
Entry Free for FWS members and friends
Suggested donation £5.