Book club

Why not bring a picnic to enjoy while you relax and informally discuss a good book at Agatha Christie's holiday home?

  • Booking advisable
  • Free event

The book club will be discussing the new Poirot novel 'The Monogram Murders' by Sophie Hannah. Even if you've never read the book, you can find out about it and enjoy good company in the garden.

The basics

Booking details
Call 01803 842382
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Meet in the marquee in the Walled Garden.
What to bring and wear
Please feel free to bring a picnic with you, along with anything you'd like to sit on if the weather is fine and the event is held outside.
The marquee is in the Walled Garden, which has level access.
There is no need to pre-book a parking space for this event, as it takes place outside of normal opening times.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
27 September 2018 17:30 - 19:00 Available

Contact Info

Call 01803 842382

Upcoming events

'Agatha Christie & Collins' exhibition

Wed 26 Sep 2018
An exhibition of Christie's 'secret' letters to her longstanding publisher HarperCollins is on display in the Walled Garden, created to celebrate HarperCollins' 200th anniversary.

Greenway history talk

Wed 26 Sep 2018
Would you like to know more about the history of Greenway pre-Agatha Christie? Volunteer Ken will be giving a history talk in the courtyard.

Daily garden tour

Wed 26 Sep 2018
Every day a member of the garden team lead a free walk and talk around the garden. Why not join one to find out more about the history, see the seasonal highlights and pick up some tips.

Book club

Thu 27 Sep 2018
Why not bring a picnic to enjoy while you relax and informally discuss a good book at Agatha Christie's holiday home?

Greenway garden blitz

Wed 03 Oct 2018
On the first Wednesday of each month the garden team blitz an overgrown or neglected area of garden - can you help? The work involves cutting down or digging out weeds, brambles, overgrown shrubs and moving debris to the shredder or bonfire.

Meet the Writer-in-Residence: writing about weather

Sat 13 Oct 2018
Meet J. R. Carpenter for an informal discussion about writing and weather. Learn more about the themes of place, displacement, weather, and the environment which run through her work, and hear excerpts from her writing about the River Dart.