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Neil Gaiman plus special guests - Fortunately, the Milk

Tuesday 15th October 2013 7pm - 8:30pm Central Hall, Westminster Literary Event, Chargeable Event

A simple errand to the corner shop for milk becomes an incredible odyssey involving a time-travelling dinosaur, the Queen of the Pirates and a jewel known as the Eye of Splod. Welcome to Fortunately, the Milk.

This brilliantly unexpected adventure comes from the pen of Neil Gaiman, author of Coraline, Stardust and The Graveyard Book ad writer of two episodes of Doctor Who.

Time Out Live logoIn his only London event, in the spectacular setting of Central Hall, Westminster, Neil will reveal all about the creation of their spectacularly silly and mind-bendingly clever new book. Expect the unexpected...


Tickets: SORRY -SOLD OUT!
For more information about the event visit the Time Out website.

Venue: Central Hall Westminster, SW1H 9NH

 

 

 

Author photo courtesy of Kimberly Butler

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