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Foyles Halloween Monster March

Saturday 29th October 2016 4pm - 7pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Children's Event, Free Event

Due to on going disruptions caused by the flood, this event has been cancelled.


Join us for a day of live jazz and scary stories and terrorise the residents of London on our Halloween Monster March.

Our macabre meander will begin at our Royal Festival Hall branch and will end with a party at our flagship store on Charing Cross Road, with complimentary drinks, spooky snacks and a live band that could wake the dead.

Be sure not to miss authors Neil Spring as he comes to haunt the auditorium with readings from his hugely popular novel, The Ghost Hunters.

Frankenstein, Dracula, zombies, ghosts and ghouls! Come dressed as your favourite Halloween monsters, upload your pictures to Instagram with the hashtag #foylesmonstermarch and whoever has the most likes on the day will win a frightfully fantastic prize.

Come along and join in the fearsome fun, if you dare…

4:00pm - Meet at Foyles Royal Festival Hall for the Monster March
5:00pm - Doors open for our Halloween Party at Foyles Charing Cross Road
6:00pm - Readings from Neil Spring and Naomi Alderman
7:00pm - End


Tickets: This event has been cancelled.

Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.


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