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There are many places within Edinburgh’s Old Town linked to Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Highland army’s romantic but doomed campaign against King George II.
Ken Cockburn reads poems and prose by those involved on both sides, and by later writers fascinated by the turbulence and drama of ‘Charlie’s Year’, including Burns, Scott and Stevenson.
Ken has led poetry walks in Edinburgh’s Old Town for over a decade.
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Meet at Scottish Storytelling Centre
Thu 3 & Sat 5 May
Full Price - £8.00
Start Time & Duration:
Thu 3 May, 2.30pm & Sat 5 May, 11am (1hr 30)
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