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Join David Walliams in the Adventure of a Life Time!

Sunday 20th November 2016 9:30am - 11:30am Symphony Hall Literary Event, Children's Event, Chargeable Event

Young or old, this Christmas we’re inviting you to take part in the magic of The Midnight Gang at the family event of the season.… Grab your ticket and head to The Symphony Hall, Birmingham dressed in your favourite pyjamas for some classic fun with number one best-selling children’s author, David Walliams, at his biggest event yet!

Hosted by CBBC presenter, Katie Thistleton, you’ll get to hear David read from his new book, The Midnight Gang, as well as the chance to meet some of your favourite characters from the book (including the loveable Raj).

There will be pre-show activity from 9.30am in the foyer and the event itself will start at 10.30am.


Tickets: Tickets are £20 for the book and ticket, £10 for the ticket only and £32 for a family ticket.To purchase tickets, please visit 

Venue: Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EA

£1 from every ticket purchased will go to support the fantastic work of the Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

The Midnight Gang, written by David Walliams and illustrated by Tony Ross is released 3rd November simultaneously in eBook and audio. For more information on David’s children’s books, news and events please visit



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