In the 1970s, painter Tom Adams created cover artwork for Agatha Christie's crime thrillers. His designs were to become the iconic images we have associated with Christie for decades. In this guest exhibition in the Schoolroom at Innerpeffray we show a wide selection of his covers and offer a chance to explore them further with a talk about the author and the artist's work.

The talk will be given on two consecutive Sundays, 'bookending' the exhibition. Dr Jim Grant and Lara Haggerty will present an exploration of the books and artwork. The talks will commence at 3pm, and tea will be provided.

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Innerpeffray Library

Crieff, PH7 3RF

01764 652819


Opening times

Wed-Sat 10am-5pm.
Sun 2pm-5pm.

Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

We have made all necessary changes to ensure that we can welcome visitors in a Covid-secure manner. This means we have had to introduce a timed ticketing scheme whereby we can accommodate up to 12 people at preset times, which are every hour on the hour.

Visitors are welcome to turn up without pre-booking but preference will be given to visitors who have booked in advance. If you wish to visit Innerpeffray but have not booked we recommend that you telephone us first to avoid delay or disappointment.

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