Presented by the Times and Sunday Times Crime Club
The Bloody Brunch returns! Celebrate the weekend in style with a ticket to both Sunday morning events at the Festival, and a complimentary Bloody Mary from Big Tom and Ghost Vodka.
A combo ticket will give you access to:
It’s difficult to make a good Bloody Mary consistently when making from scratch glass by glass because you need to combine several ingredients in small quantities. With Big Tom you get it right first time…every time.
Yrsa Sigurðardóttir is an international writing sensation and ‘Iceland’s crime queen’ (The Scotsman). Author of the bestselling Thora Gudmundsdottir crime series and several stand-alone thrillers, she is a master of atmosphere who suffuses addictive procedural stories with the isolation and desolateness of her native country. We are delighted to welcome Yrsa to Norwich for the first time as the inaugural UNESCO Noirwich Writer in Residence, to discuss the relationship between place and environment in her writing. Please join us for this very special event exploring her world of dark, extraordinary and chilling Icelandic Noir.
From Agatha Christie’s deadly champagne cyanide to the grotesque culinary proclivities of Hannibal Lecter, food and crime have always been a popular pairing in fiction. Take a seat at the chef’s table as M. J. Carter and Martin Walker embark on a palatable journey through crime fiction with a tasty twist: focusing on Walker’s Inspector Bruno, Chief of Police and gourmet cook.
Why do some historical periods attract particularly high body counts? If time is said to heal all wounds, what draws so many writers towards novels set in the past? Join E C Fremantle, Alex Reeve and Laura Shepherd-Robinson for a discussion on what drew them to historical crime fiction, the discoveries made through research, and how important plausibility and authenticity are when writing a good story.
Now that Noirwich 2019 has been revealed, we thought we'd take a retrospective look back at last year's festival. If you've never been to Noirwich before this will give you a taste of what to expect in September.Read more ⟶
This week we have an interview with author Winnie M Li, writer of the novel Dark Chapter which was described by the Guardian as “a defiant retelling of personal trauma.”Read more ⟶
Arts Council England
Norwich City Council
Norfolk county council
Dead Good Books
Icelandic Literature Centre