Countdown to CSI Portsmouth tickets on sale from 29 September

Tickets for CSI Portsmouth 2014, part of Portsmouth BookFest, where crime fiction meets crime fact will go on sale on Monday 29 September.  Tickets sell fast for this highly popular one day event being held on 8 November so make a note now to buy yours!

A stellar line up of crime authors, police and forensic experts debate crime fiction and crime fact in two panel events during the day. Joining crime author Pauline Rowson, founder of CSI Portsmouth, are  crime authors, M.C Beaton, Hilary Bonner and Jessie Keane along with officers from Hampshire Police Fingerprint and Footprint department, cyber-crime and covert intelligence, drug related crime and organized criminal groups plus a forensic entomologist from the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, Portsmouth University.

Venue for CSI Portsmouth 2014

The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, one of Britain’s oldest maritime museums, is the superb venue for CSI Portsmouth 2014. We're grateful to the museum for their support.


Tickets on sale from 29 September 2014. Cost £15 for the day which includes £3 off a book bought at the event.

Available  on line and from the Box Office after 10am, call  023 9268 8037. Also available from  Central, North End and Southsea Libraries or from the Hayling Island Bookshop on 023 9246 6620.

Sponsor for CSI Portsmouth 2014

Publisher, Bello, Pan Macmillan’s digital imprint, bringing lost classics back to life is the sponsor for CSI Portsmouth 2014

Bello - bringing lost classics back to life

CSI Portsmouth is part of Portsmouth BookFest a festival of popular literature organised by Portsmouth City Council and runs from 24 October to 9 November.

Portsmouth BookFest 2014

Click here for full programme

Click here for details of the panel


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