Get tickets for ‘A Very British Murder’: A talk by Lucy Worsley – Chief Curator of Royal Historic Palaces and TV broadcaster on Sep 20th

On September 20th, as part of the local celebrations of our most famous literary resident, Agatha Christie, Lucy Worsley – Chief Curator of Royal Historic Palaces and TV broadcaster  — will be giving an illustrated talk in St Mary’s Church, Wallingford on the subject of: A Very British Murder.  It is a unique exploration of the art of crime, and a riveting investigation into the British soul. It ties in with Lucy’s latest book ‘A Very British Murder’ and the BBC TV series of the same title. Tickets for this event are on sale now, priced £15, from Wallingford Museum and the Town Information Centre.
Lucy will also be available to sign copies of her books at Wallingford Museum on the afternoon of the 20th September at a special ‘Signing and Cyanide’ event.