Mull Historical Society November UK tour with Mark Eitzel (American Music Club) & Bernard Butler

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Hi all, I’m delighted to announce I’ll be touring MHS around the U.K. in November with Mark Eitzel (American Music Club) & Bernard Butler. More on Mark & Bernard below, both terrific songwriters. Meanwhile, I’m excited to have started recording the new MHS album, and am also writing my second novel. June 2017 will also see a children’s picture book with […]

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Colin to write about his ‘Hometown Tales’ for W&N Books

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I am delighted to announce I will be writing a memoir for the W&N Books series of books ‘HOMETOWN TALES’ celebrating regional voices. Also featuring the comedian and writer Stewart Lee, Gemma Cairney, Kirsty Logan and many others. Meantime, I am also working on my second novel. You can read more below from W&N Books! Celebrating Regional […]

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The scottish author Irvine Welsh is photographed on occasion of an interview in Munich, Germany, 07 November 2013. Phot: INGA KJER

‘Trainspotting’ author Irvine Welsh picks Mull Historical Society in Favourite albums

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‘Trainspotting’ author Irvine Welsh has named Colin’s debut Mull Historical Society album ‘Loss’ among his favourite albums of all time! See who else he picked on Radio X “Rousing, beautifully crafted songs. His gigs are incredible entertainment.” Check out ‘Loss‘ Irvine also mentioned recently on U.S. book blog The Virtual Memories Show that he had Colin’s award-winning debut novel […]

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Colin MacIntyre ‘From Stage to Page’ at Islay Book Festival

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Colin MacIntyre (Mull Historical Society): ‘From Stage to Page’ Friday, September 29, 2017, Islay Book Festival  19:30  21:00 BOOK TICKETS Colin MacIntyre is bringing Mull Historical Society to Islay! Join him for an evening of music and words, and hear him discuss the musical inspiration behind his award-winning debut novel, The Letters of Ivor Punch. Expect a stimulating evening and a wee […]

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Colin MacIntyre // Mull Historical Society Spring/Summer 2017 News

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  Mull Historical Society Spring / Summer 2017 Hello there, Here’s looking at ewe… to subscribe to these updates to get them straight into you in-box sign-up here I’ve been busy at the coalface working on the beginnings of my new Mull Historical Society album, and my next novel — as usual you’ll be the first […]

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Mull Historical Society to play Glasgow’s West End Festival

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Sunday June 18th — Glasgow West End Festival All Dayer — Òran Mór. Glasgow. MHS play the fantastic Oran Mor in the West End as part of 14 Scottish acts playing over 3 stages all in one day. Colin will also be talking/strumming about the musical inspirations for his award-winning debut novel, ‘The Letters of Ivor Punch‘. Also feat. Roddy Hart and the […]

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‘The Humdrum Drum’ – Colin’s Picture Book for children to be published!

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‘The Humdrum Drum’ — Hello all, I’m hard at work on my next novel but I wanted to share a little news… that I’m delighted to announce my first children’s picture book will be out in 2018, published by the fantastic Little Door Books! It is about an orchestra drum and is being beautifully illustrated as we speak […]

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Mull Historical Society at Kintyre Songwriters Festival

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Sunday April 30th — Kintyre Songwriters Festival — Campbeltown Town Hall, Campbelltown. MHS finally play the Mull of Kintyre! Join MHS for a special acoustic performance on the ‘other’ Mull on the bank holiday weekender, in the rather fine Campbeltown Town Hall. Colin will also be talking/strumming about the musical inspirations for his award-winning debut novel, ‘The Letters of Ivor Punch’. Also feat. […]

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Mull Historical Society / Colin MacIntyre at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

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Saturday June 24th — Robert Burns Birthplace Museum — National Trust for Scotland’s Upside Doon Festival, Alloway. More info & Tickets Catch MHS in this unique environment at the home of the Scot’s Bard, in the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum gardens, courtesy of the National Trust for Scotland — also feat. the BMX Bandits, Have Mercy Las Vegas, and more.  Celebrating ‘Music With A Scots Accent’. […]

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Colin at Short Stories Aloud: Blackwells Bookshop, Oxford

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SHORT STORIES ALOUD: 7pm January 26th at Blackwell’s Bookshop, Oxford : Colin will be appearing at this event which will feature a reading of an exclusive new short story he has penned on the theme of Burns Night (more to come soon about this W&N Books publication) .  Colin will also be discussing his Edinburgh International First Book Award-Winning […]

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Happy Halloween: Colin’s award-winning book spooks…

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Colin MacIntyre on the Headless Horseman, Mermaids and The Letters of Ivor Punch / via @onebooklane Happy Trick or Treating ‘I am a native of Mull – an isle that sits in the Atlantic as part of the Scottish Hebrides – and it’s where, some might say, my novel The Letters of Ivor Punch is based. Folklore, mystery […]

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Colin’s Edinburgh Book Festival First Book Award in the Herald 

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Official announcement by Edinburgh International Book Festival More here

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