New Words 2012

Afternoon Tea with the Jacobites

Maggie Craig


Saturday 1 September 2012
3pm – 4pm


Brander Library, Huntly [Map]

Tickets £5 in advance from the Brander Library

Maggie Craig invites you to a Jacobite Tea, where she will talk about the history behind Scotland's love of afternoon tea, the role the cup that cheers played in the Rising of 1745, and the sometimes surprising things the Jacobites ate and drank. Tea and shortbread will be served.

Maggie Craig

Maggie Craig is the acclaimed Scottish writer of the groundbreaking Damn' Rebel Bitches: The Women of the '45, its companion volume Bare-Arsed Banditti: The Men of the '45, and several page-turning historical novels set in Glasgow and Edinburgh. When the Clyde Ran Red tells the true story of the years when passionate politics and towering personalities swept like a whirlwind through Glasgow and Clydeside.

Promoted by

Huntly Hairst Food and Farming Festival
Brander Library

Supported by

Dean's of Huntly
Cakes & Crockery
North East Writers

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