Edinburgh Book Fringe

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  • Website: www.word-power.co.uk

Taking place in radical bookshop Word Power, the Edinburgh Book Fringe brings together writers and activists from around the world for a host of daily readings and discussions, all of which are free.

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Performance times

Word Power Bookshop, Edinburgh

43 West Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9DB

Fri 8 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Sat 9 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Sun 10 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Mon 11 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Tue 12 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Wed 13 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Thu 14 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Fri 15 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Sat 16 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Sun 17 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Mon 18 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Tue 19 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Wed 20 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Thu 21 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

Fri 22 Aug

Times vary / Free / 0131 662 9112

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