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Crossing the Tees - 2018

We enjoyed a fantastic line up in 2018. Here’s a reminder of our top events.

An Evening with Mick Herron

Author of the acclaimed Jackson Lamb series. Described as "The John le Carré of our generation" (Val McDermid) and "The new spy master" (Evening Standard)

A.A. Dhand - Girl Zero

The Bradford-born author talked about the second instalment of the Harry Virdee series.

The Secret Diaries of Adam Kay

Award-winning writer and comedian Adam Kay joined us with his debut memoir This Is Going To Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor.

A Conversation with the Yorkshire Shepherdess

Amanda Owen, shepherdess, farmer's wife, mother to nine children, passionate photographer and Sunday Times bestselling author.

History Wardrobe presents V for Victory

An uplifting presentation about life on the home front in World War One.

Author Session with Kate Pankhurst

Kate Pankhurst, descendent of Emmeline Pankhurst, introduced her children's book Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World.

View this years listings and book online

2018’s Short Story Competition was another success. Celebrations were held at Darlington’s Crown Street Library on 10th December 2018 with the following announcements:

Winner – Just a Small Boat by Fran Hunnisett

Second Place – Plastic is better than metal by Dominic JP Nelson-Ashley

Third Place – The Diavel Rides Out by Rebecca Chadfield

The following were Highly Commended:

Eleanor by Kathryn Baggott

Failure’s Door by Nate Connor

With Interest by Jo Derrick

The Eye of the Beholder by Marion Husband

The Wicker Man by Alan Parkinson

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9 - 19 June 2021