Neil Gaiman - 'Fortunately, the Milk'

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Neil Gaiman - 'Fortunately, the Milk'
The prize-winning author of 'Coraline', 'Stardust' and various episodes of 'Doctor Who' discusses his clever new book 'Fortunately, the Milk'.


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I have two tickets available for this. If you're interested email me at Stall seats - £20 for both of them (cover price). First come first served.

Hi, I have 2 tickets for £19 in total, anyone interested pop me an email at (lose the 7s) and I'll be happy to sell them. Cheers!

I can no longer go to this event and have two tickets to sell (£20 each, which includes a copy of the limited edition book), if you're interested please email me:

I can no longer go to this event and have one ticket to sell for £10, if you're interested please email me at

I have 1 (possibly 2) spare tickets for this event, for sale at cost price. Each is £20, which includes a copy of the limited edition book, sitting in the balcony. If you are interested, please email:

This book comes straight from The Theatre of the Absurd. Gaiman's text and Chris Liddell's illustrations perfectly knit together a shaggy dog story that races you to it's end - unable to put it down. The frenetic energy of the story leaves you breathless - and no time to question the veracity of the narrator until his skeptical children do. It's Monty Python for kids - a true joy to read and to look at - as ever when Liddell is involved - and it emphasises the pleasure of a BOOK - rather than an electronic device.

If anyone is able to get an extra copy of the slipcased edition - I would love a copy and would pay via Paypal.

Ella, I have a spare. If you ping me at:, I can sell it to you. If I don't hear from you, Belle is welcome to it!

This is bollocks. I tried from the moment this event was announced and NEVER got through because it kept timing out. Now, even though the page reads that the second allotment is out, it is still timing me out at the last page. There is no button to push, just the un-html word paypal. Poorly, poorly done, Time Out.

Thank you so much for organizing this amazing event! Can't wait to see Neil Gaiman and to read his latest book. Very Thrilled nd excited :) Angelica

Long-time fan of Neil Gaiman's books having just completed and loved 'The Ocean at the End of the Lane' and looking for a new read for my trip to London, I will be thrilled to see and hear him in person and to get a copy of this really interesting new book. Love Time Out! Andrew Galli Usually in San Francisco, occasionally in Surrey, often in London for a pint and a nite out!