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Five Minutes' Peace Afternoon Tea

Thursday 18th February 2016 3pm - 4pm Westfield Stratford City Children's Event, Free Event

SORRY - THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

We are delighted to invite you to our Five Minutes' Peace Afternoon Tea Party to celebrate the Large Family’s 30th Birthday.

 

Mrs Large, the elephant, just needs five minutes of peace and quiet away from her boisterous children! So, taking refuge in the bathroom, she fills herself a hot, foamy bubble bath. But there’s never a dull moment with the Larges, and it soon becomes clear that mum’s quiet time is to be very short-lived! Family life is beautifully observed in this warm and funny story.

 

We’ll be getting cosy on cushions in the Children’s Section enjoying sandwiches, squash and sweet treats whilst listening to Jill Murphy’s modern classic.

 

Every child will have a party bag to take home with them too!

 

Venue: Foyles, Westfield Stratford City, E20 1EH

Tickets: To book a place please email events@foyles.co.uk

 

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

 

 

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