Reading and debate with UK author Philip Kerr

Joanna Betts

Thursday 28 January 2016 -
19:30 to 22:00
Senatssaal der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

"Brit Crime – A New Golden Age of Crime Writing?"

Philip Kerr's public reading is part of the three-day British Council Literature seminar in Berlin. Our seminar brings together six contemporary British writers for a mixture of readings, discussions and workshops on the topic "Brit Crime – A New Golden Age of Crime Writing?". Participants can engage with writers including Val McDermid, Philip Kerr, Bethan Roberts, and Kate Summerscale and experience their work at first hand. The event will be chaired by John Mullan, Professor of English at UCL and chair of the Guardian Book Club. 

Public reading with Philip Kerr 

British Council Germany in collaboration with the Großbritannien-Zentrum of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin cordially invite you to a public reading with Philip Kerr. The author is known for his Berlin-based „Bernie Gunther“ stories. He will read from his latest novel “The Lady From Zagreb”. Please respond until Tuesday, 26 January 2016 to Eventbrite (password: PhilipKerr). The invitation (for 2) is personalised and not transferrable. RSVP is required for admission. Please note that places are limited.  

Attend the full seminar

There are still a limited number of tickets available for our British Council Literature Seminar happening on 28-30 January 2016 at the Humboldt University Berlin. You can sign up on our website to engage with the writers Val McDermid, Philip Kerr, Sophie Hannah, Jake Arnott, Bethan Roberts and Kate Summerscale and their work at first hand.