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Tall Tales and Derring Do - Graham McTavish with Jess Soutar Barron

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Onscreen bruiser, 340-year-old dwarf, war chieftain and now chronicler of Scottish history and culture, Graham McTavish joins Jess Soutar Barron to tell tall tales of derring do, death defying experiences and where to find the best dram of whisky. 
Graham will regale us with his travels around the Highlands of Scotland, depicted in the book Clanlands, penned with Outlander co-star Sam Heughan. Take a trip with Graham, through time and hemispheres. 

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Performance Times

  31 October 2021 6:00pm

Ticket Price

  General admission$20


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