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- Select your ticket for all of the following events (the link below will take you directly to the York Theatre Royal booking site).
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From Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie to Ian Rankin and Val McDermid, crime has arguably become the most popular genre in British fiction. Join us for a day of events as we examine the subject in depth with perceptive insights and handy tips from industry practitioners and professionals. Whether you’re a writer of crime yourself, or a fan, or simply a reader, this is something you won’t want to miss.
Ghost writer for the Rosemary & Thyme TV series, Rebecca will establish a link between the Whodunit and other mystery genres from earlier times.
11.15am : You’ll Die Laughing with Olga Wojtas
Whether it’s deadpan, quirky or black, Olga argues that humour can be a key element in cosy crime and is essential for an entertaining read.
Winner of multiple crime writing awards, Martin Edwards discusses what makes the perfect whodunit with crime buff Dr Angela Ranson.
Agent and editor Allan Guthrie offers industry-insider tips and tricks to help navigate the current marketplace for crime.
Rebecca, Olga, Martin and Allan come together to discuss all things crime-writing related. Bring your questions for the panel to answer!
Each event is individually priced at £8.
Call York Theatre Royal Box Office on 01904 623568 for assistance if needed.
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