Type of Artist:
One hour-long talk about my author journey and the Murder Most Unladylike series (suitable for boys and girls in years 4-7, any size audience up to 1,000).
One hour-long talk about crime fiction and The Guggenheim Mystery (suitable for boys and girls in years 4-7, any size audience up to 1,000) NB: Only available from August 2017
One workshop session on writing crime fiction (can be 1 hour or 1.5 hours). Suitable for boys and girls in years 4-7, classes up to 40 pupils.
*NB: In mixed-sex schools I will only talk to mixed audiences.*
DetailsPreferred age range:
Years 4 -7 (though I’m happy to allow interested Year 8s to attend).
Maximum number in any one session:
Up to 1,000 for talks, up to 40 for workshops
No of sessions per day:
Preferably 2 sessions per day, though a short third session can be added if pre-arranged with the school
60 minutes for talk, plus 20 minutes for signing afterwards. I prefer to sign afterwards.
Workshop: 1 hour or 1.5 hours (TBD by school)
Areas prepared to travel to:
I am based in London. Anywhere further than 1 hour’s travel from London I ask for overnight accommodation to be provided for the night before.
Please email us for details
Hold PLI (public liability insurance):
I have been CRB checked by Mousetrap Theatres in 2016.
Robin Stevens' website page
Murder Most Unladylike,
Arsenic for Tea,
First Class Murder,
Jolly Foul Play,
Mistletoe and Murder,
Cream Buns and Crime,
A Spoonful of Murder
The Guggenheim Mystery
Mystery and Mayhem
The children really enjoyed meeting her. In particular I thought she was really good with some of the boys who are on the autism spectrum - it was great to see them get so engaged with the topic and to see Robin giving them space to share their views. She handled that aspect really well.
School in Ireland
Robin Stevens' Amazon site