Cordially Invited: An Evening with Zoe Sugg
  • West End

Join record breaking author and lifestyle content creator Zoe Sugg for an intimate evening as she discusses her new book Cordially Invited in front of a live audience. Zoe will be in conversation with presenter and writer Jim Chapman.

Terms and conditions:
" Ticket holders must be 16 years old and over.
" Due to the anticipated high turnout and time limitations in place for this event, it isn't going to be possible for Zoe to do a book signing or take photos after the event, however the book included within the ticket price will be pre-signed by Zoe.
" No Professional Camera Equipment will be allowed in the venue.
" Please note we may take photos at the event, as an attendee you consent to photos of you being used for promotional purposes. If you do not want your photo taken, please let a member of the event staff know.
" There will also be an opportunity for ticket holders to submit questions to Zoe before the event and she will answer some of these live on stage.
" Ticket holders will receive their pre-signed book at the event.
" The Venue management reserves the right to make essential changes to the published programme or casting.
" Tickets cannot be resold or transferred and shall not be purchased or obtained from or through any person, commercial agent, company or otherwise. Any tickets advertised for sale will be void.

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