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Where's Wally? World Book Day Picnic

Saturday 4th March 2017 1pm - 2pm Grand Central Birmingham Literary Event, Children's Event, Free Event

This year we’re celebrating 30 years of Where’s Wally? with a Where’s Wally? Picnic in conjunction with World Book Day.

Martin Handford created the first Where’s Wally? book in 1987, and the Wally phenomenon has been growing ever since!

We will be reading stories, playing hide and seek with Wally instore, colouring, and enjoying a Wally-themed picnic lunch.

There will also be a prize for the best dressed, so do come along in your Where’s Wally? finery!

 

Tickets: Tickets are £3, simply add the required number of tickets to the basket below. Please only book tickets for your child(ren). Please note, no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!). Your email confirmation is proof of booking.

Venue: Foyles, Grand Central Birmingham, B2 4BF

 

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