National Crime Reading Month

AN EVENING WITH IAN RANKIN: Ian Rankin in conversation with Jude Rogers

South-west England & South Wales

Event Type:Author Interview
Event Organiser:Book-Ish, Crickhowell (& Theatr Brycheiniog)
Booking Link:https://theatrbrycheiniog.ticketsolve.com/shows/873626222/events/128384459/seats?zone=Stalls
Ticket Price:£15

Theatr Brycheiniog
Canal Wharf
Box Office: 01874 611622

Venue accessibility:

Spaces for wheelchair users in stalls and balcony (please contact Box Office to book as some aren’t available for online booking)

Level access to all public areas

Lift to all levels

Access toilets on ground and first floor

Disabled parking
We have a number of designated disabled parking bays available for disabled badge holders in our main car park, situated next to the theatre. Please note that parking badges must be displayed clearly.

Wheelchair and limited mobility access
We have level access to all public areas. There is a lift to all three levels, including the Gallery and the Theatre Bar with wheelchair accessible toilets on each floor. Spaces for wheelchair users are available in both the stalls and balcony areas (please contact Box Office to book as some aren’t available for online booking).

Assistance dogs
We welcome all assistance dogs. Some seating in our auditorium also allows extra space for your canine companion, please ask at Box Office for more information on which seats may be most suitable. Our ground floor cafe is also dog friendly and our staff keep the water bowl topped up with fresh water and dog treats behind the counter.

Visually or hearing impaired
We use closed captioning whenever possible. Some shows and events may also include BSL interpretation. Please visit the show listings on our website or in the brochure for more information. Theatr Brycheiniog has an infra-red induction loop system. Headsets are available from the Box Office on request.

Join us for a very special evening with Ian Rankin in conversation with Jude Rogers about ’The Dark Remains’ his extraordinary new book, which brings together two of Scotland’s most esteemed crime writers. When William McIlvanney died in 2015, he left a handwritten manuscript of Laidlaw’s first case tantalisingly unfinished. Who better to add the finishing touches than Scotland’s finest Ian Rankin – who is back to finish what McIlvanney started. Together, these two iconic authors bring to life the criminal world of 1970s Glasgow, and Laidlaw’s relentless quest for truth.

Places will be in high demand for this event, so we recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.

If the truth’s in the shadows, get out of the light . . .

Lawyer Bobby Carter did a lot of work for the wrong type of people. Now he’s dead and it was no accident. Besides a distraught family and a heap of powerful friends, Carter’s left behind his share of enemies. So, who dealt the fatal blow?

DC Jack Laidlaw’s reputation precedes him. He’s not a team player, but he’s got a sixth sense for what’s happening on the streets. His boss chalks the violence up to the usual rivalries, but is it that simple? As two Glasgow gangs go to war, Laidlaw needs to find out who got Carter before the whole city explodes.

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