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Islay hosts festival of wild books, crime, and robot dancing

THE ISLAY Book Festival expands across the island and over the Sound to Jura this week, including a ‘crime evening’ in the Round Church.

Islay’s annual ‘lively and enjoyable festival’, which runs from September 28 to October 1, grew out of a small book club in Port Ellen, but now its volunteers are offering a bigger programme of events for adults and children of all ages.

Colin MacIntyre hosts a words and music performance on September 29, after visiting Islay High School’s higher and advanced higher English classes to discuss his contribution to publisher W&N’s ‘Hometown Tales’ series, in which he writes about growing up on Mull.

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