Wed 11 May


by Anne Martinetti, Guillaume Lebeau and Alexandre Franc

Join Anne Martinetti and Guillaume Lebeau for a lively discussion about a landmark graphic biography of the 20th century’s bestloved crime writer, Agatha Christie. Agatha uses Christie’s enigmatic disappearance in December 1926 as a gateway to explore the life of the Queen of Whodunit. Taking in her childhood in Torquay and her early attempts at writing, this entertaining and dramatic graphic biography charts Christie’s development into a free-spirited and thoroughly modern woman.

Wed 11 May 7.00pm | £8, conc. £6 | in English

Followed by a book signing

Original works will be displayed at La Médiathèque from early May.

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