You can now win a two nights stay at the Orwell Hotel and tickets to three events of our festival (subject to availability) … it is easy… just click here for more information! Good luck!
We are really excited – our line-up gets better and better. Caroline Slocock has joined the ranks of authors with her book ‘People like us – Margaret Thatcher and Me’. Click here to see the event – tickets are available now so get booking!
You can download our programme onto your device here
All the tickets are on sale now and some events are starting to look like they are going to be very busy. Why not try something new and make use of our multi-event special offer. Book any 5 or more events and get £ 1 off every ticket! Or get really inspired and book for […]
Stowmarket Library has launched Suffolk’s newest crime writers’ festival. ‘Skulduggery in Stowmarket’ will take place at the library over four days from 27-30 April. It will involve four days of talks by top crime writers with plenty of crime-related activities to enjoy including a quiz, a murder mystery to solve, workshops and a day […]
Tickets are now on sale for those of you who got the VIP code through being Friends of the Festival. Would like to secure tickets for the most popular events? Click on the Festival Friends tab on the top to find out how to become a Friend too!
We have been busy getting ready and the tickets for all events will go on public sale on 31 March. Friends of the Festival can even start securing theirs a week earlier! It is going to be a great few days and some events are expected to sell out fast – so start browsing!
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“Thanks for your kind invitation to the festival – I had a really excellent, enjoyable visit and found it to be a great, friendly environment for book-lovers. The audience at my event were very attentive and asked fascinating questions, and Richard Walker was a first-rate chairperson.” Richard T Kelly