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Christmas Shopping Evening and Penguin Pop-Up Shop - Foyles at Royal Festival Hall

Friday 16th November 2012 5:30pm - 9:30pm Royal Festival Hall Free Event

Join us as we celebrate the turning on of Southbank Centre's bigger and better-than-ever Christmas lights, plus the opening of the Christmas Market, with our own Christmas shopping evening. Mulled wine and mince pies will be served in the shop between 6pm and 9pm - enjoy a warming drink and some festive music while you browse!

This year we're also excited to be joined by the Penguin Pop-Up Shop, which will be selling a range of Penguin books and gifts outside the shop from 5.30pm until 9.30pm. And thanks to the lovely people at Penguin, Christmas will come even earlier for one lucky shopper, who will win 12 Books for Christmas. To enter our free draw to win this fantastic prize, just come along and sign up at the stall.


Penguin pop up logoFree Prize Draw

Sign up at the Penguin Pop-Up Shop between 5.30pm and 9.30pm to win this generous selection of Penguin titles - great reading for all the family this Christmas!

Pop up shopPenguin's 12 Books for Christmas

Zadie Smith: NW
Clare Balding: My Animals and Other Family
Margot Henderson: You're All Invited
Philip Pullman: Grimm Tales
Neil MacGregor: Shakespeare's Restless World
Nate Silver The Signal and the Noise
Pippa Middleton: Celebrate
Dawn French: Oh Dear Silvia
Jamie Oliver: 15MM
Jeff Kinney: Wimpy Kid - The Third Wheel
Jacqueline Wilson: Four Children and It
Peppa Pig: Peppa's Chrismas Wish

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