Still time to book tickets for this weekend’s Slaughter in Southwold crime writers’ festival
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There are still tickets left for this year's Slaughter in Southwold crime writers' festival
The festival takes place tomorrow and Sunday at Reydon Village Hall and will feature well-known local and national crime authors including Nicci French, Simon Brett, Rory Clements, Kate Rhodes and Sarah Hilary.
Library manager Charlotte Clark said: 'We're very excited about this year's Slaughter festival and are looking forward to welcoming such a fantastic range of crime authors to Southwold this weekend.
'It's not too late to get a ticket for any of the author talks or get a pass for the Saturday, Sunday or the whole weekend.
'You can order tickets online at the Suffolk Libraries website, via Southwold Library or just come along on the day.'
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The event is organised by Southwold Library with support from the Friends of the library, Southwold Arts Festival and the Crime Writers' Association.
Each author event is £5 with day passes available for £15 or £30 to cover the whole weekend.
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Lunch is available on both days with a chance to chat to the authors and there is also a fun crime quiz at 7pm tomorrow (Saturday) evening and a raffle offering a chance to win a luxury crime-themed hamper.
Tickets can be booked at Southwold Library, either in person, by calling 01502 722519 or online at www.suffolklibraries.co.uk/slaughter
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