Dulwich Books is delighted to announce its biggest ever
LIVE EVENTS PROGRAMME FOR 2016.
THE BIGGEST EVER LIVE EVENTS PROGRAMME AT DULWICH BOOKS CONTINUES…
Following hugely successful events in January and February, the programme continues throughout March, taking place in both Dulwich Books in West Dulwich and the legendary The Bedford in Balham and featuring some of the biggest names in crime writing, exciting new debut authors and bold voices of non-fiction.
Dulwich Books, 6 Croxted Road, SE21 8SW
Deadly in Dulwich with Alex Marwood, Erin Kelly and Jane Casey
Wednesday 9th March, 7.00pm. Tickets are £10 and include drinks.
Join us for the second installation of our new series of crime writing events Deadly in Dulwich to meet Alex Marwood, Erin Kelly and Jane Casey to talk about crime writing, their latest novels, and how they keep the reader gripped until the last page. The conversation will be chaired by Claire McGowan.
Jane Casey is an Irish-born crime writer famous for her series featuring detective Maeve Kerrigan. Her novel The Stranger You Know won the Mary Higgins Clark Award and she has also been shortlisted for the Irish Crime Novel of the Year Award four times as well as the CWA Dagger in the Library Award. Her latest book is After the Fire.
Claire McGowan is a writer and writing teacher who has been acclaimed as ‘Ireland’s answer to Ruth Rendell’ by Ken Bruen. The fourth in her Paula Maguire series, A Savage Hunger will be published in March.
MARCH EVENT HIGHLIGHTS AT THE BEDFORD
The Bedford, 77 Bedford Hill, Balham, SW12 9HD
DISPLACEMENTS with Ben Rawlence, Olumide Popoola and Annie Holmes
Thursday 10th March, 7.30pm. Tickets are £6 and are fully redeemable against a purchase of City of Thorns
10% of profits from the event will be donated to CalAid (calaid.co.uk)
Annie Holmes is the co-writer of Breach. Originally from Zimbabwe, she is a distinguished filmmaker, writer and lecturer. She has worked extensively on tackling the structural causes of HIV at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Christina Lamb OBE, foreign correspondent of the Sunday Times, and bestselling author of books including I Am Malala, will be chairing the event.
What are the root causes of current displacements? What are the long-term prospects for refugee camps and the people who live in them? And of course, what can the UK and the wider international community do to help? Join us to discuss the past, present and future of refugee camps. With an unprecedented refugee crisis in Europe, and the continued displacement of peoples on other continents, there has hardly been a more important time to reflect on the status of these precarious communities.
TICKETSYou can buy tickets for events at both locations online at www.dulwichbooks.co.uk, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on the phone on 020 8670 1920 or in Dulwich Bookshop
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