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Thursday 15 September at 7pm
The Art of Crime at Petersfield Library
Fresh from CSI Portsmouth 2016 and delivering their Murder in the Theatre workshops at the New Theatre Royal, Petersfield Library welcomes Portsmouth s partners in crime, novelists Diana Bretherick and William Sutton. In this lively and entertaining discussion, they look at the dark art of crime writing, from their own Victorian settings through to the golden age of the Queen of Crime to today’s booming crime writing scene - Tickets are £4 available from the library, through the booking line on 01730 267806 or online at www.hants.gov.uk/shop. Advanced booking is essential to avoid disappointment.

Monday 26 September at 7pm
The Canterbury Tales at Waterlooville Library
In this entertaining performance, these adapted tales spring to life as Chaucer’s Pilgrims become modern-day storytellers on the cruise ship Canberra. Chester House Productions have performed to over 30,000 people across the South of England.

Tickets are £6 (including refreshments) available from the library, through the booking line on 023 9225 2608 or online at www.hants.gov.uk/shop. Advanced booking is essential to avoid disappointment.

Thursday 29 September at 7pm
Quiz Night at Hayling Island Library
Put your general knowledge to the test and join us at Hayling Island Library for a lively and entertaining quiz night.

Tickets are £3 available from the library, through the booking line on 023 9246 1534 or online at www.hants.gov.uk/shop. Advanced booking is essential to avoid disappointment. Please feel free to bring refreshments. Max 6 to a team.

Monday 24 October 2016 at 7pm
A Haunting in Waterlooville at Waterlooville Library
Join author Penny Legg for a scary venture into some of the spooky spots and haunted happenings in the local area. Beneath the calm exterior of Waterooville, Havant and Hayling Island lies a melting pot of unexplained phenomenon and strange sightings. Expect an evening of things that go bump in the night.

Tickets are £5 available from the library, through the booking line on 02392 252608 or online at www.hants.gov.uk/shop. Advanced booking is essential to avoid disappointment.

Thursday 27 October at 7pm
Chichester: Murders and Misdemeanours at Petersfield Library
A number of crimes have, over time, beset the Chichester area. Through these crimes, each a cause celebre in its day – this talk will provide a fascinating survey of early policing methods.

Tickets are £5 available from the library, through the booking line on 01730 267806 or online at www.hants.gov.uk/shop. Advanced booking is essential to avoid disappointment

Posted on Wed, August 24 2016