Bill Morris on his Morris’ Mash programme on Monday night 8 August will have as his guest Lanarkshire singer-songwriter Dave Gibb to talk about his new musical project.
The Warrior Ancestry of David Livingstone features music and songs from the brilliant singer/guitarist Dave Gibb plus Duncan Brown and John Malcolm.
Switching between characters, Duncan Brown, the highly acclaimed writer of the book ‘My Hero, My Soldier Laddie’ presents a dramatic account of the fascinating Warrior Ancestry of Dr. David Livingstone.
The presentation is on Saturday 13 August starting at 8.00pm at the East Kilbride Arts Centre, 51-53 Old Coach Road, East Mains, East Kilbride G74 4DU. Tickets at just £9 (£7 consessions) can be booked at the Arts Centre Box Office on 01355 261000.
David Livingstone was born in Blantyre, Lanarkshire on 19 March 1813 and died aged 60 on 1 May 1873 near Lake Bangweulu, North Western Rhodesia.
Livingstone was a Scottish missionary and one of the greatest European explorers of Africa, whose opening up the interior of the continent contributed to the ‘Scramble for Africa’.
Morris’ Mash with Bill Morris, Monday 8 August 8.00-10pm. Repeat Tuesday 9 August 1.00-3.00pm plus Catch Up anytime.