Paisley Book Festival: Radical Voices & Rebel Stories presents Breaking The Mould: Creating Disabled and Low-Income Access to Publishing, Paisley

When

Price: £8 +£5 booking fee. If cost is a barrier contact info@paisleybookfest.com.

Description

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Award-winning author Ever Dundas is joined by Stuart White, founder of Write Mentor; Briana Pegado, director of Creative Edinburgh; and Lynsey Rogers, Writing Communities Coordinator at the Scottish Book Trust, in this discussion about diversity in publishing – and what positive changes are being made to open the gates. Chaired by Julie Farrell.

Access:
Level access to Paisley Arts Centre provides easy access to our cafe, box office, theatre and toilet facilities. A lift provides access to the first floor and the workshop and bar areas. Regrettably the lift may not be suitable for larger motorised wheelchairs. We make a limited number of seats available at all of our performances for wheelchair users and can also reserve seats close to the front of the theatre for customers with low mobility. If you would like to book one of these seats for a performance please call the Box Office. Paisley Arts Centre is fitted with an induction loop system. Visitors with a hearing impairment should inform Box Office or a member of Front of House should they wish to make use of this system. We regret there is no public parking at Paisley Arts Centre. There is on-street parking near the venue and metered car parks available at Orchard Street and Johnston Street. Please note that parking is free in metered bays on Saturdays and Sundays in Paisley.

Location

Paisley Arts Centre, Causeyside St, PA1 1EZ

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