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The Rise of True Crime Genre Talk

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A thought-provoking discussion with esteemed journalists

Join award-winning journalist and popular crime podcast Trace presenter Rachael Brown, as she explores the process behind creating, investigating and writing true crime.

She will be joined by expert journalist and author Kate Wild, Sydney Crime curator Nerida Campbell and crime writer Sunil Badami to explore why true crime is so popular today.

Tickets include entry into the Underworld: Mugshots of the Roaring Twenties exhibition now on at Museum of Sydney.

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Prices are as follows: General $20, Concession $18.50 and Members $15

Please note this event is suitable for ages 16 and over.

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When: Wednesday 28 February 2018, 6.30pm-8pm
Where: Museum of Sydney
Cost: General $20, Concession $18.50, Members $15
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