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National Crime Reading Month

Hay Festival: The Dark Remains – Ian Rankin talks to Hannah Critchlow

South-west England & South Wales

Event Type:In conversation
Event Organiser:Hay Festival
Booking Link:https://www.hayfestival.com/p-19078-ian-rankin-talks-to-hannah-critchlow.aspx
Ticket Price:£10.00
Venue:

Llwyfan Cymru – Wales Stage

Venue accessibility:

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS
Although the festival is on a field, the access to the venues and the venues themselves are on hard flooring and you should not experience any difficulties navigating our site. To book wheelchair space in the venues, please inform the Box Office staff when booking your tickets (when booking online, please specify your requirements using the 'Notes' box at checkout), we will make sure a suitable place is reserved for you.

There is a limited amount of disabled parking in the main car park in Hay - which is located on Oxford Road, Hay-on-Wye, HR3 5EQ

Disabled access toilets are available at each venue.

Two crime-writing legends join forces for the first ever case of DI Laidlaw: the original gritty Glasgow detective who inspired an entire genre.

William McIlvanney’s Laidlaw trilogy changed the face of crime fiction in the 1970s and 1980s, inspiring an entire generation of crime writers including Mark Billingham, Val McDermid, Denise Mina, Chris Brookmyre – and National Crime Reading Month Ambassador, Ian Rankin. When McIlvanney died in 2015, he left half a handwritten manuscript of Laidlaw’s first case, his first new novel in 25 years. Now, Ian Rankin is back to finish what McIlvanney started. In The Dark Remains, the criminal world of 1970s Glasgow, and the relentless quest for truth, are brought to life by these two authors.


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