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Matt Haig: Father Christmas and Me CANCELLED

Saturday 25th November 2017 10:30am - 12 Noon Town Hall Children's Event, Chargeable Event



Unfortunately, due to scheduling difficulties, the event Matt Haig: Father Christmas & Me is no longer able to take place on Saturday 25th November at Town Hall and the event is now cancelled.

Refunds are available from the point of purchase.


THSH and Foyles are delighted to welcome to the Town Hall bestselling author Matt Haig for an enchanting Christmas adventure to celebrate the publication of Father Christmas and Me, the third book in his festive children’s series.


Join Matt for an exclusive, interactive family event for ages 7+, where he introduces the magical, madcap world of Elfhelm and reads from his latest book followed by a signing.


“For Amelia, it isn't always easy, growing up as a human in Elfhelm, even if your adoptive parents are the newly married Father Christmas and Mary Christmas. But when the jealous Easter Bunny and his rabbit army launch an attack to stop Christmas, it's up to Amelia, her new family and the elves to keep Christmas alive. Before it's too late . . .”


Please note that there are two types of ticket available for this event, Ticket Only and Ticket and Book. The Ticket and Book option will entitle you to a copy of Matt Haig’s book Father Christmas and Me. This can be collected from the Foyles stand on the day of the event, or from Foyles, Grand Central Birmingham for up to 14 days after the event.


Tickets: £9.50 - ​£22.50 Tickets are available from:


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


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