Fans of classic crime fiction, of film and of the Court Theatre should all turn out for tonight’s fundraising screening of Ngaio Marsh – Crime Queen (Monday 26 September).
Hosted by Peter Elliott as Detective Inspector Roderick Alleyn, there will be a Q & A for 20 minutes with the film makers after the showing and a full compendium of Ngaio Marsh’s 32 detective stories and a signed copy of Joanne Drayton’s biography of Ngaio Marsh will be raffled on the night.
All funds raised will go to the Court Theatre’s fundraising appeal for “The Shed”.
This event is on at The Aurora Centre (corner of Greers Road and Memorial Avenue), at 7.30. tonight. Tickets are $25.00 and will be on sale at the door.
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