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Giffnock Library - East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust

Giffnock Library

At Giffnock Library you'll find everything you're looking for. If we've not got what you want - just ask a member of staff and we'll do our very best to get it for you. 

We've got Bookbug and storytimes and holiday fun for our youngest members. Free wifi, 13 public computers and a dedicated local and family history centre

Giffnock Library also boasts great spaces available to hire for meetings, groups or even birthday parties! Halls and Venues will give you all the details you need to hire a space just right for you.

 

WHAT'S ON:

His & Hers Bloody Projects

with Graeme MacRae Burnet and Lesley McDowell

Bloody Project  Join award winning authors Lesley McDowell and Graeme MacRae Burnet in conversation as they put the cases of alleged infamous murderess, Madeleine Smith and fictitious murderer Roderick MacRae on trial.

Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2016, 'His Bloody Project' is an astonishing read set in 1869 in the Scottish Highlands where a brutal triple murder leads to the arrest of Roderick MacRae.

A little closer to home, Madeleine Smith, one time resident of Birkenshaw Cottage in Rouken Glen Park, was the scandal of the decade after she was accused of poisoning her French lover in 1857. But did she do it...?

Giffnock Library Wednesday 29 November. 7.30pm. 16 years+

Tickets £4.00

To book your tickets, please visit www.eastwoodparktheatre.co.uk or contact Giffnock library on 0141 577 4976.


Share a Song & Sing-Along

singing group Gie in laldy at Giffnock library and join other adults in a good old sing-along. Running weekly for 6 weeks and starting on Tuesday 5th September, we will be singing old favourites from Frank Sinatra and Elvis to Abba and Scottish folk songs. So come along, enjoy a cuppa, sing a while and leave with a great big smile. 2.15pm-3.15pm. For adults 50+, no need to book. All are welcome.

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