26 February 2021

Spring Conferences: Archaeology, Hull Noir Crime, Wrexham Carnival of Words

The Pandemic might still be with us, but spring is springing, therefore the Virtual Conference Season is starting. I have notification of three, and no matter where you are in the world you can join in. Two are even free!

05-07 March - FREE via YouTube
Current Archaeology magazine is hosting Current Archaeology Live! 2021 (note the March date)

There are 20 talks scheduled including an update on the prehistoric dig at the Ness of Brodgar, Orkney; various Roman themed talks; Ice Age art on the Jersey Channel Island; the Worsley Man Bog Body; work by the National Trust, and more.

All talks will be uploaded to YouTube for viewing only during the weekend of 5-7 March. 


19-20 March - FREE via Zoom

Hull Noir is again holding its annual Crime & Mystery event, but this time via Zoom. Friday evening kicks off with author Peter Robinson in conversation.

Saturday 20th is a day of panels and discussions by various Crimewriters of renown. Registration for each is a must. Follow the link for further details.

 

 

17-24 April - £15 to include all events via YouTube

The Wrexham Carnival of Words is hosting a fantastic line-up - more authors talking writing and research than anyone could shake a stick at.

There's no point me trying to explain the line-up. Best follow the link for a full write-up and buy your ticket. Then ensure the phone is off the hook, the snacks are in, and your chair is comfy.


What else can I say? Enjoy all three events!




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