Nutmeg is not a book, it’s not a magazine. It’s somewhere inbetween, and something completely new in Scotland: a quarterly subscription-only long-form publication filled with top-quality writers, great articles and fascinating stories. And it’s all about Scottish football. The WS Society is delighted to host the Nutmeg team at the Signet Library for their first event in Edinburgh.
Daniel Gray (host)
Award-winning football writer Michael Calvin
Stefan Bienkowski | TheTwoPointOne
Joel Sked | The Terrace Podcast
Craig G Telfer | Tell Him He’s Pelé
Richard Winton | BBC Sport Scotland
- Award-winning football writer Michael Calvin talking about his new book State of Play: Under the skin of the modern game (Arrow, available to buy/get signed on the evening).
- Discussion about the online world of Scottish football with Richard Winton (BBC Sport Scotland), Stefan Bienkowski (TheTwoPointOne), Joel Sked (The Terrace Podcast) and Craig G Telfer (Tell Him He’s Pelé)
- General discussion to end the evening with Michael Calvin, Stuart Cosgrove and Michael Stewart among the panelists.
- And if that wasn’t enough we'll have our usual mix of poetry from Scottish football's three poets-in-residence, Jim Mackintosh (St Johnstone), Stephen Watt (Dumbarton) and Thomas Clark (Selkirk)
Doors | 18:00
First half | 19:00-19:45
Half-time oranges | 19:45-20:00
Second half | 20:00-20:45
Extra time | 20:45-22:00
Please note that a cash bar will be open throughout the evening
Unfortunately the Upper Library hosting the evening is not accessible to wheelchairs.
Is there an age limit to enter the event?
Football fans are forever young. Still, please note that access will be permitted during the duration of the event for children and young persons when accompanied by an adult; children and young persons will not be permitted to be immediately adjacent to the bar supplying the alcohol.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Any question please get in touch with Vincent Guérin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
Tickets for the event are strictly non refundable