It's a crime! (Or a mystery…)

The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival 2011

This year’s runs from 7 to 16 October and the programme went up on the site earlier today.  Here’s the programme Cheltenham Literature-Brochure-2011.
And here’s the selection of crime & thriller events, plus a crime writing workshop and details of two other events you might like to see.

Saturday 8 October
Ruth Rendell, L047 Montpellier Gardens, 2.45-3.45pm £8
Moscow Rules with A D Miller & Tom Rob Smith, L060 Montpellier Gardens 6-7pm £7
Locally Sourced: Past Masters with Jane Bailey, Fiona Mountain & Andrew Taylor, L075 The Playhouse, 8.45-10pm £6 Res

Monday 10 October
Lee Child, L152 Imperial Square 8.45-10pm £7

Tuesday 11 October
Survive Elizabethan Times with James Forrester/Ian Mortimer, L154 Montpellier Gardens 10-11am £6
Christopher Brookmyre & Jasper Fforde, L180 Montpellier Gardens 7-8pm £8
Anne Holt & Rosamund Lupton, L189 Imperial Square 8.45-10pm £6

Friday 14 October
Howard Marks, L310 Imperial Square, 7.30-8.30pm £10
Jan Costin Wagner & Val McDermid, L313 Imperial Square 9-10pm £6

Sunday 16 October
Robert Harris, L371 Montpellier Gardens 12-1pm £9
In the Write Away series we have:
Writing Crime – Laura Wilson
LW16 Sunday 9 October, 10am-1pm, £25
Also of note:

Saturday 8 October
Misha Glenny’s Dark Market
L063 Imperial Square 6-7pm £7
Writer and broadcaster Misha Glenny investigates the three fundamental threats that face any computer user in the 21st century: cyber crime, cyber warfare and cyber industrial espionage; the subject of his riveting new book, Dark Market.

Wednesday 12 October
Diana Athill
L209 Imperial Square 3.15-4.15pm £7
In a series of remarkable memoirs, including the Costa-winning Somewhere Towards the End, Diana Athill has provided us with unique insights, both into the business of ageing, and her own literary journey from editor to author. Now 93, she joins Ramona Koval in conversation to look back on her distinguished and eventful life.



This entry was posted on August 8, 2011 by in Literary Festivals.