Friday, 29 July 2011

Simon & Schuster UK pop-up Book Boutique - fun for mums & kids on 4th August

I'm back, with news of another fab free event for those of you who live in London. Cbeebies fun for the kids, free books and champagne for the mums - what more could a girl (or at least a mum !) ask for ?

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The Brunswick and Simon & Schuster UK Ltd launch the pop-up Book Boutique!


The Brunswick shopping centre is working in partnership with Booksandthecity.co.uk, a Simon & Schuster initiative to promote the very best commercial women’s fiction.



On Thursday 4th August, an exclusive pop-up Book Boutique will be set up in The Gallery, located opposite Boots in The Brunswick.

Come and join in for champagne and girly chat from 2pm onwards in the Reading Lounge.

There will also be goody bags packed with complimentary books and money off vouchers for retailers at the Brunswick Centre, exclusive event competitions on the night including the chance to win one of five pairs of JOY sunglasses.


Join Rebecca Chance, the author of Bad Girls and Diva from 5.30pm for an evening of fizz and frolics to celebrate the launch of her brand new book Bad Sisters!


The morning will be filled with under-the-sea fun with The Octonauts ™ the hit CBeebies show, perfect for children aged 4-7. This FREE event includes interactive storytime, activity sessions and a guest appearance by character costume Captain Barnacles. Session times run from 11.00am to11.45am and 12noon to12.45pm



David Plumb, Brunswick centre manager commented “Our partnership with Simon & Schuster brings a unique event to The Brunswick, with everything from kid’s activities, goody bags and the chance to meet author Rebecca Chance and find out what it takes to get your work published, there is certainly something for everyone to enjoy, and all for free!”.


The Brunswick, known locally as “Bloomsbury’s High Street”, is situated opposite the Russell Square tube station, between Marchmont St, Bernard St and Brunswick Sq. It houses central London’s largest branch of Waitrose (23,000 sq ft) as well as retailers such as French Connection, LK Bennett, Hobbs, Benetton, Gap, Coast, Oasis, Joy and New Look. As well as its retail outlets and Renoir cinema, The Brunswick is also home to 400 apartments, one of which is lived in by David Levitt, the nonagenarian former architect who was responsible for the original design of The Brunswick. For further details see http://www.brunswick.co.uk/ .

Other blogposts you may be interested in :

Chuggington St Pancras event - Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st July 2011
Ultimate Guide to Buggy Friendly Britain - Get Nominating & Win !
Free Days Out & Activities for the kids this summer


 

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