Tickets are now on sale for CRIMEFEST 2022, 12-15 May.
- Full CRIMEFEST Pass – £200.00
- Full CRIMEFEST Community Pass for UK school and public librarians: £50.00
- Full CRIMEFEST Community Pass for full-time UK students: £50.00
- Full CRIMEFEST Community Pass for recipients of Jobseekers Allowance, Income Support, Employment Support Allowance, Universal Credit, DLA/PIP: £25.00
- Full CRIMEFEST Pass – DONORS (Only for delegates who donated their 2020 registration fee): £100.00
Full Passes do not include the Gala Dinner. Tickets to the dinner must be purchased separately.
Specsavers: proud sponsor of CRIMEFEST’s Community Passes.
Gala Awards Dinner: £60.00
(Only available with Full or Saturday Pass; or accompanying someone with a Gala Dinner ticket.)
Credit card payments will incur an additional PayPal fee.
Authors must register for the Full CRIMEFEST Pass to qualify for a panel.
(Please contact the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to pay with a cheque in any other currency than British pounds.)
The Full CRIMEFEST Pass is currently £200. The Full Pass includes a programme book, a delegate bag with a selection of contents, and admission to all events (with exception of the Gala Dinner, Crime Writing Day and Pitch an Agent).
Subject to availability, Friday and Saturday Day Passes will go on sale two months prior to the convention. The day passes will be £100 each and include a programme book and admission to all events (with exception of the Gala Dinner, Crime Writing Day and Pitch an Agent) for the relevant day.
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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.