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Foyles’ Roald Dahl Laboratory: Create Your Own George’s Marvellous Medicine

Saturday 18th March 2017 2pm - 3pm Grand Central Birmingham Literary Event, Children's Event, Free Event

SORRY, THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. We’re celebrating British Science Week this year by getting children inspired to get creative and design their own Marvellous Medicine, using Roald Dahl’s George as inspiration.

Whether it’s filled with flowers and perfume, or bugs and slime, we want you to show us what your magical medicine would include. We will begin the workshop with a reading from George’s Marvellous Medicine, followed by the Marvellous Medicine craft activity, and we will even be demonstrating a real life science experiment!

So grab your lab coats and visit our instore laboratory to create your own marvellous medicine.

 

Tickets: This is a free event, 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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