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Published: Wednesday 20th of October 2010
Book-lovers could head to a special debate focused on spooky writing to feed their fetish for horror stories.
Foyles Fear Fest is the perfect opportunity for readers to gain an insight into the art of writing scary stories.
The event broken up into two parts, the first day will be organised on October 25th, with the second being hosted on October 31st.
Day one will feature a book reading by Tommy Donbavand, author of Scream Street. Further on in the evening, visitors could join illustrator Sarah Macintyre, who will be sharing tips with the audience on the art of drawing monsters.
The highlight of day two will be the Demons vs Angels debate that will see the readers pitting their wits against those of William Hussey, Cliff Mcnish, Sam Enthoven, Sarwat Chadda and L.A. Weatherly.
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Sunday 16th of December 2012 A Twickenham Rugby Museum & Stadium Tour allows sports fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the sport.
Saturday 15th of December 2012 The Orangery offers visitors an elegant lunch.
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