Corn Exchange, Biggar.  Re-furbished and now a splendid, stylish venue for us and all Biggar organisations with state of the art sound and lighting.  Includes an art gallery and cafe in the foyer on Saturdays in the foyer
One of our preferred venues for hosting author and other bookish events.
 
 
Elphinstone Hotel, Biggar Local pub which has an excellent function room for events.  Our choice of venue for smaller events, but  also literary lunches (previous authors include Maggie O'Farrell, Victoria Hislop, Kirsty Wark, Sally Magnusson)
 
Dynamic annual arts festival at the end of October bringing together all the local arts groups.  Impressive quality of events from all over the country and indeed the world, and great fun!   Atkinson-Pryce are always immersed in the literary side of things. 
 
Our lovely neighbours, who offer a fresh, colourful take on fashion, homewares, jewellery and gifts, specialising in hand-crafted work by independent designers. Oh, and delicious cake.
 
Biggar Museum Trust.  Excellent new Museum of Biggar and Upper Clydesdale, opened July 2015, championing local history in all its guises.  And a very good gift shop with Atkinson-Pryce supplying the books.
 
Local dramatic society who provided Dumbledor, Professor McGonagall, Snape, Professor Sprout among others for our Harry Potter launch parties, and who continue to amuse and entertain with their great productions.
 
Local folk club which uses Atkinson-Pryce as their box office.  Regular live music in Biggar on the last Thursday of every month.
 
Clyde Valley Arts & Culture. Updated monthly with information on all branches of the arts.  A startling showcase for local talent, as well as up-to-date information of what's on in the area.
 
 
 
Former Brownsbank fellow, poet and photographer.  Visit his website to find out what he's been up to lately.
 
Itchy Coo   
Scots language books for children of all ages, the brain-child of Matthew Fitt and James Robertson, both former Brownsbank fellows who are passioniate about the Scots language. 
 
 Publisher of new Scottish writing, in particular poetry,  owned by former Brownsbank fellow and award-winning novelist James Robertson

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