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Terry Deary - Horrible Histories Event and Beastly Book Signing

Saturday 22nd June 2013 2pm - 3pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Children's Event, Free Event

In a special event, Terry Deary will be visiting the age of plague, poverty and prayers, taking readers back to the dangerous and disgusting days when knights rode round in tin cans and persecuted peasants turned spotty. With songs and stories it will be the most horrible history lesson you've ever experienced.

Terry's show will be followed by a book signing in the Children's Department on the ground floor.

This year, Horrible Histories, the world's bestselling children's history series, celebrates '20 Horrible Years' with new editions of foul favourites and brand-new books, The Beastly Best Bits and Deadly Days in History.

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles

Tickets: FREE but need to reserved in advance by adding the required number of tickets to the basket below.
Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you will receive is proof of your reservation.


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