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Happy Birthday Roald Dahl!

Tuesday 13th September 2016 3pm - 5pm Grand Central Birmingham Children's Event, Free Event

We’re celebrating 100 years since the birth of the world’s number one storyteller. It’s going to be more giant than James’s peach, more enormous than a certain crocodile and more marvellous than George’s medicine! Join this awesome global party by heading to Foyles, Birmingham on Tuesday 13th September (Roald Dahl’s official birthday). There’ll be oodles of activities for you to choose from, so come along and wish Roald Dahl a splendiferous birthday!


Pretend to be Mr Willy Wonker and design your own chocolate bar, decorate the children’s section with hand-made bunting, make your own party hats, learn how to draw like Quentin Blake and test your Roald Dahl knowledge with quizzes, activity sheets and cross words.   

And don’t forget to come along dressed as your favourite Roald Dahl character!


Tickets: This is a free event, simply add the required number to the basket below

Venue: Foyles, Grand Central Birmingham, B2 4BF



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