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The Woolwich Centre Library

5 Wellington Street

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Join award-winning author-illustrator Chris Haughton (A Bit Lost, Oh No, George, Ssh! We Have A Plan and Good Night, Everyone) for a free fun interactive session, of storytelling, dancing, meeting George the Dog from Oh No, George and then mass live-drawing on a 10-foot sheet of paper.

Chris Haughton is an Irish designer and illustrator, whose books have been published worldwide and won numerous awards. He is also a founder of the fairtrade social business, Node, and has been listed in Time Magazine’s 100 for his work with the charity People Tree. Chris lives in East London.


AGE: 3+

The event is free to attend but all places must be booked. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


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What is the refund policy?

An attendee can cancel their ticket up to 7 days before the event and receive a full refund. If the cancellation takes place less than 7 days before an event the attendee is not eligible for a refund.

What qualifies as a concession?

The Greenwich Book Festival are offering concessions for Greenwich Card holders, Thames Clipper ticket-holders (valid that day), University of Greenwich staff, OAPs & students. Proof of concession will be checked on the door of the event so please ensure you bring your card/ID for verification.

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The University of Greenwich reserves the right to cancel a ticket at any time should the author withdraw from appearing. Such an occurance would be out of the University's control and tickets will be fully refunded. Where possible, attendees would be notified in advance by e-mail should a presentation be cancelled.

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