Wine and Crime Night
- Date: Wednesday 12th December 2012
- Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
- Venue: The Science Centre
- Price: £5.00
- This event is open to over 18's only
This fascinating evening of Wine and Crime will include:
- A welcome to Staffordshire University's new £30m Science Centre
- A discussion on the differences between factual and fictional crime from Phil Lee, who until recently was a Detective Chief Inspector and Senior Investigating Officer at Staffordshire Police.
- An interactive panel discussion on crime related topics, with panellists including:
- Mel Sherratt (published crime author)
- Claire Atherton (up-and-coming crime writer)
- Sion Williams (Forensic Scientist)
- Dr Caroline Sturdy Colls (Forensic Archaeologist)
- Phil Lee (Lecturer in Policing and Criminal Investigation)
- Dr Mark Roycroft (until recently Detective Chief Inspector from the Metropolitan Police).
- Visual displays will include a mock-crime scene, an interactive courtroom presentation and demonstrations of equipment used in crime scene investigation.
- Stalls including Meet-and-Greet the Author (Mel will be selling copies of her latest books), crime-related games, books, and other Forensic Science stocking fillers.
Tickets are £5 per person, which includes a glass of wine (or non-alcoholic alternative) and entry into a prize draw.
Spaces are limited book now to avoid disappointment. To reserve your ticket email firstname.lastname@example.org, include your name, and how many tickets you would like to reserve, or phone Laura Walton on 01782 295925.