Wrexham Carnival of Words 2018

Wrexham Carnival of Words 2018The Wrexham Carnival of Words 2018 will run from Saturday 21 April to Saturday 28 April 2018.

Find out more about the events programme by following the links below.

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Wrexham On My Mind

Wrexham town centre

Saturday 21 April, 11am Tŷ PawbWrexham On My Mind will be the theme of this fabulous opening event, celebrating the town’s past and present, with performances of writing compiled by relay teams of local poets, school students and our senior citizens, plus songs from the Wrexham Community Choir.TicketsFree WRECSAM AR… Read more

Phil Rickman

Phil Rickman

Interviewed by Paul Jeorrett Saturday 21 April, 1pm Wrexham Library Phil Rickman is the author of the Merrily Watkins mysteries, exploring what contemporary exorcists really do. He has also written several novels of the paranormal including two about Elizabethan magician John Dee. He has single-handedly made Herefordshire the darkest county… Read more

Nicci French

Nicci French

Saturday 21 April, 7pm Tŷ Pawb The two halves of the number one crime-writing team known as Nicci French (Nicci Gerrard and Sean French) have been hugely successful for more than twenty years. They’ll talk about the various challenges of their writing life: the background to their psychological thrillers; creating… Read more

Vaseem Khan

Tuesday 24 April, 6.30pm Wrexham Library Vaseem Khan is the author of the Times-bestselling Baby Ganesh Detective Agency crime series featuring Indian detective Ashwin Chopra and his baby elephant sidekick. In this session Vaseem will take the audience on a journey to India, from the days of the Raj to… Read more

Murder Mystery Night

The Wenlock Mummy by Elly Griffiths (a Dr Ruth Galloway investigation) Wednesday 25 April, 7pm Wrexham Library Welcome to Wenlock Hall, which has one of the most important privately owned collections of Egyptian artefacts in the country. Unfortunately, Lord Arthur Wenlock has been found lying beside the ‘Mummy’s Tomb’ with… Read more