Murder on the Orient ExpressBy Agatha Christie
Tickets: £6 including a glass of wine or soft drink
Written in 1934, Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie has endured as a classic whodunit, explored on TV and in film with another remake being screened at The Spring in May. We will discuss why the novel is still so popular and how it has stood the test of time. How can it be viewed in relation to the more violent crime fiction of the present day? Is it possible to call it a literary classic? The discussion will be led by Spring trustee Peter Hammond.