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Just a reminder for all you folks who reside north of the border—
after its usual summer break, LongLunch is back with a belter of
a talk from the fantastic Bibliothèque. Event 40 will be held at Edinburgh College of Art on Thursday 7 October, doors open at the usual start time of 7pm. Get yourselves some tickets here—grown
ups £8 and students £6.

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    Brian Copeland
    4th Oct 2010
    1:40 pm
  1. Hi Rydo, it’s the 7th, not 10th, so only 3 days away. Free posters designed by Bibliothèque to giveaway as usual, bring an elastic band!

  2. SeanSean
    4th Oct 2010
    1:58 pm
  3. If it’s anything like the talk Mason and Tim gave in London earlier this year, it should be a corker!

  4. GreigGreig
    4th Oct 2010
    2:03 pm
  5. Looking forward to it. If anyone needs a ticket email as we have a spare.

  6. RydoRydo
    4th Oct 2010
    3:28 pm
  7. Fixed now — sorry about that Bryan!

  8. Brian Copeland
    4th Oct 2010
    4:40 pm
  9. Sean, I expect it will be the same talk they gave us at the LongLunch talk in London at the Design Museum back in May, they’re busy guys so it makes sense to do the same one to a new audience :-) Don’t forget we have UVA in London in a few weeks. Oh, and Rydo, it’s Brian with an i…. ;-)

  10. SeanSean
    4th Oct 2010
    5:04 pm
  11. Aye, makes sense, Brian.

    Word of advice to the people of Edinburgh, think of a clever question to ask them at the end of the talk, can’t promise they’ll be doing the same this time around, but in London they gave some tasty (extremely rare) posters to the people who asked the best questions.

    I was unprepared. But I still got t to leave with a tasty Bibliothèque poster! (The one in the image above) Take a poster tube if you have one, sadly, mine got ‘dirty’ in the pub…

  12. RydoRydo
    4th Oct 2010
    6:15 pm
  13. Doh! Sorry again Brian!

  14. Liam Bonar
    4th Oct 2010
    9:16 pm
  15. Gutted I’m missing this, guaranteed to be good!

  16. JackJack
    6th Oct 2010
    5:02 pm
  17. See you guys there.

  18. JackJack
    7th Oct 2010
    12:06 pm
  19. I’ve got a spare ticket, give me shout if anyone wants it.

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