Went to see Grace and Edwyn at Waterstones Manchester last night. What a double-act. If you can go to one of the other readings, go. It's very entertaining/inspirational/moving/funny... all that human stuff.

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The Aberdeen event was, indeed, superb. Tickets are now bought for the Leomn Tree on the 18th but where can I find the other dates, a few days dotting around the highlands following Edwyn sounds like a great way to pass a few days in October.
Hello. This is my first post. I was at the book reading venue in Aberdeen (I was the one that asked about Stuart Adamson towards the end of the book signing queue.)

A truly inspirational human being, I look forward to seeing you in October when you take your music to the Lemon Tree. Thanks to both of you for a brilliant evening.
Yes, that was me! And I remember you, too. I'm just pleased I wasn't on the very front row during the hankie moment! When are you seeing him in Edinburgh? I have a ticket for the Friday. J

Doris Fray said:
I think I was sat on the same row as you Julie - 2nd from the front. I was the speccy girl with a stripey skirt, dark hair. I was scabbling about for my hankie when Edwyn sang `Home Again`. I think you may have been doing the same! It got very dusty in there didn`t it?!

Julie R said:
It's a must see, for sure! Grace and Edwyn work so well together and it was a joy to hear Grace read and a delight to hear Edwyn's laugh (so often!) as well as sing. And, yes, I scrabbled for my hankies! Am also going to see Edwyn in Edinburgh next month - will be brilliant!
Its a shame that this book tour is no longer going. I'd have loved to have seen Edwyn & Grace talking about the book together (and get my book signned of course.) I wonder if i should take a copy to the gig at Liverpool catherdral, on the 13th in the hope i might get a chance to ask them to sign it there? Does anyone reckon its worth trying?
best regards.
All three (Will too) very kindly signed mine last night at Brighton. I think the fact I'd come from France for the gig caused a chuckle. I'll be chuckling when I see them again in Paris later this month.
Cheers for letting me know. Ill take along my copy of the book and have a try then.
Both Grace and Edwyn kindly signed my copy last night after the Preston gig. I bought the book at the merchandise table.

An absolutely fantastic book.  As usual, I haven't started my xmas shopping, but now I know what to get everyone.  Easy.

Nice. Thanks for sharing this thing!


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