Murder on Sea – tonight in Brighton, 8pm

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?

Before

In this chat show-style evening, David Bramwell asks four authors whose books have a Brighton setting: Colette McBethErin KellyDanny Miller and S.J.Watson.

There’ll also be livemusic from the Silver Swans, film clips, readings by actors Tim Crouch and Emma Kilbey, and more.

tim crouch

Tim Crouch

Oh, and plenty of chat in the bar before and after, so do come along for what promises to be a cracking Dark & Stormy night.

Tickets available here.

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About Emlyn Rees

Copywriter, crime writer, comedy writer, editor and co-founder of Dark and Stormy Crime Festival. Shabby, Hunted, Wanted, We're Going on a Bar Hunt, The Very Hungover Caterpillar, The Teenager Who Came to Tea, and Switch It Off! out now.
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