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The Fairytale Hairdresser with Abie Longstaff

Saturday 22nd April 2017 2pm - 3pm Grand Central Birmingham Literary Event, Children's Event, Free Event

Children’s author Abie Longstaff will be leading an interactive afternoon focussed on her Fairytale Hairdresser stories.

Abie is every little girl's dream fairy godmother. She will take you into a modern fairy tale world where the Big Bad Wolf runs the opticians (all the better to see you with...) and Red Ridinghood has a skateboard shop and read you latest book in the series - The Fairytale Hairdresser and Aladdin.

Abie Longstaff draws on classic stories and adapts them with a fresh, contemporary feel that will have children giggling from beginning to end.

Come along and spot all the characters in the books and hear how Abie writes her alternative fairy tales – we’ll even be trying out some hairstyles too!

This event is ideally suitable for ages 3-6 years.

 

Tickets: This is a free event. Simply add the required number to the basket below. 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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