Elsewhere, it's good to see that the Byre Theatre has a busy programme for this month. Full details on their website at www.byretheatre.com, but here is a quick summary:
Friday 6th & Saturday 7th: Byre Youth Theatre: Haud yer Wheesht at 7pm. This is a piece that has been devised by the Youth Theatre and includes all members from the nursery group through to the young adults.
Tuesday 10th at 7pm, StAnza's own Brian Johnstone launches his latest collection, Dry Stone Work. People planning to attend this should rsvp Brian on email@example.com.
Friday 13th; Flat Caps: Live music by local performers.
Sunday 15th to Tuesday 17th: St Andrews Opera presents Benjamin Britten¹s sparkling comedy, Albert Herring.
Saturday 21st: Elaine C Smith at 7.30pm, Still Standing…..Just
Still in Fife, but over in Freuchie for the next Fife Writes event, Helena Nelson of HappenStance Press will be giving a reading at the Lomond Hills Hotel at 7.30pm on Thursday 26th June with StAnza's Eleanor Livingstone and Lindsay Macgregor, co-host of Ladybank's Platform Poetry. It's a free email but space is limited so if you plan to attend, you should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moving a bit further away still, Brian Johnstone will have a second launch event in Edinburgh at 7pm on Monday 9th June at St Columba's by the Castle Church Hall, 14 Johnston Terrace, Edinburgh EH1 2PW.
Later in the month Germaine Greer is coming to Edinburgh on 21st June to mark unveiling of paving stone in Makars Court for Elizabeth Melville, Scotland's first woman poet in print, as part of a day of events about Scottish women writers. Following the unveiling, which is a free public event, there will be a lunch reception followed by an afternoon session with James Robertson and Meg Bateman, and the day will conclude with a concert in St Giles. Full details are online at http://www.historyfest.co.uk/pages/elizabeth-melville-day.
So whether the sun shines or not, June has plenty to offer.