Past Event

Murder on Sea

1 Feb 2014

Keith Waterhouse said that Brighton is a town that always looks as if it is helping police with their enquiries. But why do crime writers continue to set their stories here? In this chat show-style evening, David Bramwell, asks four authors whose books have a Brighton setting: Colette McBeth, Erin Kelly, Danny Miller and S.J. Watson. There’ll also be live music from the Silver Swans, film clips, readings and more.

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