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Lynne Truss - Eats, Shoots & Leaves NZ Tour

Lynne Truss - Eats, Shoots & Leaves NZ Tour

As I'm sure you are all aware, Lynne Truss, the author of the bestselling Eats, Shoots & Leaves, will be in New Zealand in a couple of weeks time. I have listed below the details of her events and how you can purchase tickets in case you are interested in attending. From what I've heard from the UK, she makes for a very entertaining hour or so!! Tickets are selling fast apparently, so I would get in quick!


Wednesday 1st September
7.00pm
North Shore Library Foundation & Whitcoulls
Bruce Mason Centre, Cnr Hurstmere Road & The Promenade, Takapuna, Auckland
Tickets are available through Ticketek for $15 - 09 307 5000 or
www.premier.ticketek.co.nz


Thursday 2nd September
6.00pm
Dymocks Event
The Edge, Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland City
Tickets are available through Ticketek for $15 - 09 307 5000 or
www.premier.ticketek.co.nz


Friday 3rd September
1.00pm
NZ Book Council
St Andrews on the Terrace, 30 The Terrace, Wellington
Tickets are available through the NZ Book Council - email them on
events@bookcouncil.org.nz


Saturday 4th September
2.30pm
Books & Beyond Festival
Canterbury Room, Rydges Hotel
'An Hour with Lynne Truss'
Tickets are $10 and are available through Books & Beyond Ticket Office, 03
377 7115 or email bookings@booksandbeyond.co.nz


ENDS


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