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An Evening with Nadiya Hussain

Monday 16th January 2017 7:30pm - 9pm Town Hall Literary Event, Chargeable Event

THSH and Impact Hub Birmingham with Foyles and Writers to Readers are proud to present an evening with one of nation’s favourite bakers; Nadiya Hussain.

Nadiya is known as the winner of Great British Bake Off 2015. Since then, she has baked the Queen’s birthday cake, published a cookbook and a children’s book, fronted a BBC One documentary, The Chronicles of Nadiya.

Already demonstrating she is a woman of many talents, Nadiya turns her hand to fiction and makes her debut into fiction with The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters.

The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters is the hilarious yet heartwarming debut novel, about an utterly dysfunctional but totally lovable family, exploring life, faith and identity as a second generation Bangladeshi in the UK. Nadiya will be in conversation with Immy Kaur from Impact Hub Birmingham.

Please note that your ticket will also entitle you to a copy of Nadiya’s book The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters which can be collected from the Foyles stand at the event, or from Foyles, Grand Central Birmingham for up to 14 days after the event.

This event will be signed by a British Sign Language interpreter.

Venue: Town Hall, Victoria Square, Birmingham B3 3DQ

Standard Tickets: £28 includes a copy of Nadiya's book. 

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* Please note both premium and standard tickets will entitle you to a copy of Nadiya Hussain's book, The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters, which can be collected from the Foyles stand at the event.



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