30 August 2016

Irish detective novels come to the Big Apple

Authors John Connolly, Declan Hughes and Stuart Neville will be taking part in the New York launch of the academic collection of essays The Contemporary Irish Detective Novel and Neville's latest novel So Say the Fallen.

29 August 2016

Graham Norton to discuss his crime novel in Dublin

Graham Norton will be in Dublin on 17 October to promote his debut novel. The evening event at the Mansion House on Dawson Street will include an interview and an audience Q&A. The €25 tickets include a signed copy of his new book.

26 August 2016

Irish crime fiction in Silicon Valley

Irish crime fiction is under the spotlight in several sessions at this year's Los Gatos Listowel writing festival in Silicon Valley. The Californian town of Los Gatos is twinned with Listowel in County Kerry, and the festival takes place from 6 to 9 October 2016.

24 August 2016

Trailer: season 3 of 'The Fall' is on the way

Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson are about to return as serial killer Paul Spector and police detective Stella Gibson in the third and probably final season of BBC crime drama The Fall. The latest series will be broadcast later this autumn, but the first public screening of its first episode will be to delegates at the Edinburgh International Television Festival tomorrow night (25 August).

Elaine Cassidy begins filming new RTÉ thriller

Elaine Cassidy (above) is about to start filming Acceptable Risk, the six-part thriller announced earlier this week as part of RTÉ television's new season.

16 August 2016

Paddy Slattery crowdfunds new crime thriller

Irish writer/director Paddy Slattery has begun crowdfunding via Indiegogo for his new crime thriller The Broken Law of Attraction.

11 August 2016

Trailer for the BBC's 'One of Us' thriller

The BBC says it will begin showing One of Us, its new four-part crime thriller set in the Scottish Highlands, from 23 August at 9 pm on BBC 1.

8 August 2016

Curtis Brown signs 'Farr' director Aidan Largey

Writer/director Aidan Largey has been signed by talent agency Curtis Brown. The pilot for his 2015 TV crime drama Farr was filmed in Belfast as part of the RTÉ Player's "Storyland" platform, in four six-minute episodes.