Win tickets to South Ken Kids Festival

Drawing_Jam at South ken kids Festival posterThe South Ken Kids Festival brings you a marvellous mash-up of music, live drawing, and fun for the whole family! This children’s book festival features dozens of literary events, workshops and talks for kids of all ages. Quentin Blake, Emile Bravo and Tony Ross are all on the bill. This year we have Franco-British drawing duos, a preview screening of “Ernest and Célestine”, and many many workshops….see their website for full details.

I have a great give away for 2 pairs of tickets to the Drawing Jam with David Coulter as part of the South Ken Kids Festival on Saturday 24 November at 5pm. The event is designed for ages 5 and over and will be held at the Institut français du Royaume-Uni Ciné lumière, Ciné lumière, London.

A panel of the Festival’s guest illustrators are invited to share the stage with David Coulter – the multi-instrumentalist artist who has played with The Pogues and Marianne Faithfull, among others – and draw along to his music.

You’re in for a treat as David Coulter whips out various instruments – including musical saw, Jew’s harp, ukulele and more – while you watch the improvisations of renowned illustrators projected live on the big screen.

 

Giveaway:

I have 2 pairs of tickets to the Drawing Jam as part of the South Ken Kids Festival to giveaway to readers of the gingerbread house.

For your chance to win, simply tell me your favourite children’s book in the comments below.

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Small print:

The giveaway consists of 2 pairs of tickets to the Drawing Jam as part of the South Ken Kids Festival on Saturday 24 November at 5pm. The giveaway ends November 20th at 8pm. The winners will be selected at random from all entries received and notified by email or their twitter handle. The prize is as stated: no cash alternatives are available. Travel expenses are not included and the ticket is not transferable to any other location or time. The winners’ details will be passed to the PR company who will email them confirmation and directions for the event.

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***** The winners are Sue Sweeney and Shane Weir *****

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4 Comments

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4 Responses to Win tickets to South Ken Kids Festival

  1. shane weir

    the hungry caterpillar

  2. Robin

    Any Just William story

  3. Caroline

    Dear Zoo!

  4. Sue Sweeney

    It would have to be ‘Tom’s Midnight Garden’ by Phillipa Pearce.