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Greg James and Chris Smith: 'Kid Normal' signing

Sunday 16th July 2017 3pm - 4pm Grand Central Birmingham Signing, Children's Event

***THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT***

Kid Normal tells the story of Murph Cooper. When he rocks up to his new school several weeks into the beginning of term, he can't help but feel a bit out of his depth. And it's not because he's worried about where to sit, and making friends, and fitting in, or not knowing where the loos are. It's because his mum has enrolled him at a school for superheroes by mistake…

Greg James is a familiar voice and face on both radio and TV. He’s the host of Radio 1’s Drivetime show, named Best Entertainment Production at the 2016 ARIA Awards where the judges described it as ‘a joyous listen'. Chris Smith is a not only a key part of the success of Greg’s show but an award-winning journalist and broadcaster in his own right. Both Greg and Chris will be signing copies of their debut children's book, Kid Normal in store at our Birmingham shop.

 

Tickets: Registration for the signing is free but spaces are limited. Simply email birmingham@foyles.co.uk to book your place. Please note, no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!). Your email confirmation is proof of booking. Queuing from 2.30pm

Venue: Foyles, Unit 2A Grand Central, Birmingham, B2 4BF

 

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