Vintage Minis bring you the world’s greatest writers on the experiences that make us human – from birth to death and everything in between
Fast and furious, scabrously funny and weirdly moving, this is the final chapter in the Trainspotting story.
The most terrifying character in Trainspotting returns – with his own novel
How important is a decent ride?
The Sex Lives of Siamese Twins taps into two great obsessions of our time, personal training regimes and real estate – how we look and where we live – and tells a story so subversive and dark it blacks out the Florida sun.
Both a prequel to the world-renowned Trainspotting, and an alternative version of it, Skagboys is Irvine Welsh's greatest work
Calum and his friends take acid and go in search of a party.
Cigarette-addicted aliens have Midlothian under surveillance.
A retired Scottish schoolteacher in Miami mourns his wife of forty-one years, and fails to connect with his son's Americanised family.
A homophobic Scottish labourer in London dies, and is condemned to confront his prejudices in the afterlife.
Three short stories: a man hurries his family home for a football match; Christmas is ruined by a violent clash; and a guy gets in trouble at a strip club.
On a post-clubbing Sunday morning, a series of misfortunes aggravate Sarah's hangover.
Three young Americans have a car crash in the Nevada desert, sparking an unexpected and brutal series of events.
A director investigates the life and death of a famous filmmaker.
An ex-jockey and table football champion stalks two young riders.
A divorced couple fall into a familiar and weary battle.
A story of the friendship of three young women negotiating modern life, their insecurities, rivalries and their darker fears.
SEVEN AUTHORS, SEVEN COUNTRIES, SEVEN UNFORGETTABLE STORIES
Hilarious, shocking and hugely entertaining, Reheated Cabbage has all the classic Irvine Welsh ingredients
Renton, Sick Boy, Begbie and Spud are back – now a major film directed by Danny Boyle reuniting the cast of Trainspotting
An electrifying thriller about innocence and absolute evil.
Five short stories from the undisputed funniest and filthiest writer in Britain - Irvine Welsh.
'An exquisitely paced black comedy. It has clever and funny things to say. There was a rumour that Welsh's last book, Porno, was to be his last. You'll be glad it wasn't' Evening Standard
A new play by Irvine Welsh and co-writer Dean Cavanagh, about the debauchery of the munchkins involved in the filming of the classic, The Wizard of the Oz.