Bloody Scotland Exhibition

Archive Exhibition 3rd – 24th September  2022

Tolbooth Gallery have a curated an exhibition celebrating Scotland’s international crime writing festival –   A retrospective of 10 years of Bloody Scotland in Stirling

Bloody Scotland established itself as the leading Scottish International Crime Writing Festival in 2012 with acclaimed writers Lin Anderson and Alex Gray at the helm, then joined by Craig Robertson and Gordon Brown. Based in Stirling, Bloody Scotland has brought hundreds of crime writers new and established to the stage with always enthusiastic attendees who make the festival every bit as much as the writers do.

This year Bloody Scotland celebrate their 10th Birthday, and as part of these celebrations Tolbooth Gallery and Bloody Scotland present a multimedia exhibition looking back at a decade of crime writing events with some of the worlds most respected authors, right here in Stirling.

The exhibition will feature a portrait series shot by Photographer Paul Reich in 2018, featuring many very well know crime writers.  As well as a the opportunity to experience an audio visual story telling experience by some of the biggest names of Bloody Scotland in our immersive space.

The Exhibition is FREE to attend and is open Tuesday to Saturday 10-5pm.

The exhibition will have extended opening times on during Bloody Scotland Festival on 15th – 18th September as follows:
Thursday 15th 10am – 11pm
Friday 16th + Saturday 17th 10am-9:30pm
Sunday 18th 10am-4:30pm

***  Please note this exhibition contains audio content that is recommended for an adult audience, with strong language, and themes of violence and death that some may find upsetting***


 Click Below to listen to author Denise Mina reading from ‘Confidence’

Denise Mina photographed at Bloody Scotland, Scotland’s International Crime Writing Festival in Stirling on the 22/09/2018.
Paul Reich



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