Angus Martin, Kintyre poet, supported by Jo Miller: Songs of the Poets

Tuesday 19 November | 19:30-21:00

Stirling Families Spoken Word / Performance Poetry / Slam

Paid (ticketed)

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01786 237 535

Angus Martin was born in 1952 in Campbeltown and has had 36 books published, including 10 poetry collections. His poetry is rooted in the history and landscape of his native Kintyre. He received a Scottish Arts Council book award for his first collection, The Larch Plantation, in 1990, and was represented by two poems in The Faber Book of Twentieth-Century Poetry. A volume of selected poems, A Night of Islands, appeared in 2016 and was followed this year by West, which will be launched at this event.

Jo Miller is a Stirling-based musician and teacher with a long-standing interest in the shared language of song and poetry. At this event she'll be singing settings from Scottish poets, including Angus Martin.

Venue information

Tolbooth Theatre

Jail Wynd


There is a ramp, automatic doors, a lift and an accessible toilet.

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