Final Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival guest announced
The final guest for the Harrogate Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival 2017 has been announced:
Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival
has officially spread! Weekend Break Packages are flying out and
the excitement continues to build. Each week you have been watching
as the 2017 programme unfolds and we're sure you'll all agree
- so far it is looking brilliant!
Already revealed we have - Special Guests: Lee Child, Kathy
Reichs, Ian Rankin and Arne Dahl, Peter May in conversation
with Stuart MacBride, as well as the first of our 2017 Panel Events
Today, we have our FINAL #SpecialGuest announcement for you!
week we are pleased to announce 2017 Special Guest... Dennis Lehane!
Dennis Lehane has had several of his New York Times
bestselling novels made into films, such as Gone, Baby, Gone,
Mystic River, Shutter Island, and The Drop. He has won the Shamus
Award for Best First Novel, the Edgar, Anthony and Barry awards for
Best Novel and the Massachusetts Book Award in Fiction. His work
has been translated into twenty-two languages. He was born and
raised in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and he and his wife Angie
currently live in California with their children.
excited to announce that we will be giving away 20 copies of Dennis
Lehane's 'Live By Night' to the next 20 Weekend Break Package
Full details on the website.
Call 01423 562303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to
The Line Up So Far...
Here's what you've all been
waiting for - the first installment of the 2017 schedule!
To view this on our website please click here.
ON SALE DATES: Weekend and Day Rovers - 23rd
Guests - 13th Feb New Blood
- 17th March Dead Good
Reader Awards - 24th March All other
panels - 6th April
Fri 21 Jul | 9am
Fri 21 Jul | 5pm
Kathy Reichs Arne Dahl
Fri 21 Jul | 8.30pm
Sat 22 Jul | 9am
Sat 22 Jul | 10.30am
Stuart MacBride In Coversation with Peter May
Sat 22 Jul | 8.30pm
Sun 23 Jul | 10am
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Harrogate International Festivals - all in a years work!
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provide audiences with an ever wider range of exceptionally high
quality music and literature. This is no once a year Festival. Our
commitment to the wider community in Harrogate and the North grows
increasingly stronger with outreach work in schools and local
communities bringing the magic of high quality arts provision to
the next generation.
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