Page updated: 30 November.
Our workshops run regularly throughout the year. You can find future events advertised on this page a few weeks in advance.
When you book an event, your personal information will be held and used by the National Library of Scotland and our third-party suppliers for the purposes of allowing you to attend the event and for audience research. See our privacy pages, in particular our events privacy notice, for more information.
We expect attendees to behave respectfully towards presenters, guests and other audience members.
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Lunchtime creative writing with Beth Godfrey
Online creative writing sessions in your lunch break. Led by poet and performer Beth Godfrey and inspired by themes including myth, folktales, and storytelling. Open to all aspiring writers. Suitable for those aged 12 and over.
Women's lives and writings: Online resources for everyone
Discover collections about pioneering women. Taking gender equality to new heights, these women left invaluable personal accounts and images of their travels, expeditions and exploits.
Library staff will demonstrate how to find these collections through the Library's free-to-use Digital Gallery and Learning Zone. This workshop includes a question and answer session.
Seasonal shadow puppets and stories workshop
A relaxed family workshop with artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb and storyteller Anne Hunter. Create magical shadow puppets, inspired by a traditional festive tale. It is suitable for accompanied children aged 6 and over. All materials are provided.