2025 Registration Form

    Are you a commercially published author, publisher, reader, reviewer or agent? (required)

    Would you like to appear on a panel? (Authors with commercial UK print publishers only.)
    Please sign up for the CrimeFest newsletter to receive details of the Indie Alternative panels for self-published authors.

    Will you be attending the Gala Events Dinner? (required)
    (You will be contacted with details for your main course - fish, meat, and vegetarian options - in early 2025. The opportunity to nominate two friends or family members will be sent out approximately two weeks prior to the Gala Dinner.)

    If you will be attending the dinner, do you have any dietary restrictions?
    (Please add details in the 'Additional comments' box further down.)


    Payment method (required):
    You will receive an invoice with details.
    Bank transfer (UK only, preferred option)Cheque (UK only)Credit card (world wide through Square - please note that CrimeFest will have to pay the credit card company a non-refundable transaction fee)

    Are you VAT registered? (required)

    Ticket Type (required):
    VAT registered:
    Early Bird Pass: £186 (£155 + £31 VAT)Gala Dinner: £72 (£60 + £12 VAT)
    Non-VAT registered:
    Full CrimeFest Pass: £155Gala Dinner: £60Community Pass for UK school and public librarians: £50Community Pass for full-time UK students: £50Community Pass for recipients of Jobseekers Allowance, Income Support, Employment Support Allowance, Universal Credit, DLA/PIP: £25

    Please note that it may take up to two working days for your invoice to come through.

    Passes and tickets have the following cancellation fees:
    – 15% up to 31 January
    – 25% from 1 February – 30 April
    – 50% from 1 May onwards
    – no refund on Gala Dinner tickets after 21 April

    To avoid any cancellation fees tickets may be transferred at no cost (subject to the discretion of the organisers)

    CrimeFest’s stated aim is to give all delegates the opportunity to celebrate the genre in a friendly, informal and inclusive atmosphere. Attendees are asked to respect commonsense rules for public behaviour, personal interaction, common courtesy and the rights of others.