Ticket to Who Do You Think You Are? Live for £9 at Olympia on Sunday 26 February (50% Off)
- Great place to start your family tree
- Celebrity guests: Larry Lamb, Richard Madeley and Emilia Fox
- Over 150 exhibitors
- Includes exhibition looking at old trades and professions
- Sprung from the TV series of "Who Do You Think You Are?"
- All day family history event from 9:30am-5pm
- Show programme included in price
- Access to all workshops, theatre, exhibitions, Ask the Experts and celebrity sessions
- Photography gallery which aims to date your old photos
- Under 16s can attend free
- Exhibitor offers and discounts available throughout the day
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Book online (link to be sent out by tomorrow 2pm) using Groupon codes. Valid 9.30am-5pm. Excludes £1 booking fee to be paid on redemption. All workshops, theatre, Ask the Expert and celebrity sessions are subject to capacity. Show programme to be collected on arrival to show. Must redeem by 23:59 25th Feb 2012
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Taking its cue from broken record players, history is always repeating itself. Skip to the start with today’s Groupon: £9 for a ticket to Who Do You Think You Are? Live at Olympia on Sunday 26 February.
About the event
Devoted to digging out the roots of family trees, Who Do You Think You Are? Live returns for its sixth year as one of the world’s biggest family history events. The jam-packed weekend is full of friendly famous faces including Larry Lamb, Richard Madeley and Emilia Fox, who will discuss their experiences in Celebrity Theatre. Over the course of the day, over 150 exhibitors invite guests to travel through time to uncover lost relatives, pore over family heirlooms, visit the interactive galleries to look at working lives of our ancestors and stop by the workshops. Aptly held at the historic Olympia, visitors have everything they need to excite their eyes, ears and memories.
Guests will be well-placed to explore the city as the event is held in the stylish heart of the capital. A short walk will take travellers along to Kensington Gardens to explore London’s natural splendour, while those more inclined towards shopping can indulge their cravings by heading up to Westfield shopping centre. A little closer to home, the Olympia itself offers up plenty of restaurants to keep rumbling tums occupied.
• Event starts at 9.30am, closes at 5pm
• Nearest tube station: Kensington (Olympia)
• Bus routes: 9, 10, 27, 28, 49 and 391
• Under 16s attend free
What to bring
• Old photographs to take to the Photography Gallery
• Family heirlooms (or photos of) for investigation by Eric Knowles
• Copy of family tree for reference
• Any additional documents to show the experts