Ticket To The Magic of Reality With Richard Dawkins Plus Book for £20 at The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday 19 October 2011 (£40 Value)
- Academic and author of the bestselling The God Delusion
- Evening chaired by The Times' James Harding
- Copy of new illustrated non-fiction book, The Magic of Reality
- Aimed primarily at children and young adults
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://www2.seetickets.com/offercodes/. Booking available from 10am on 11 Oct 2011 until 10am on 14 Oct 2011. Exchange Groupon on night for book. Doors 7.30pm, event starts 8.30pm. Rear of front arena and second tier. May not be seated together.
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To bear in mind recent evolution of thought, one must have a brain large enough to accommodate the largest of mammals. Explore polar opinions with today's Groupon: £20 for one circle ticket to The Magic of Reality, an evening with Richard Dawkins at The Royal Albert Hall, plus a copy of his new book, with See Tickets.
Illuminating an illustrious venue with epiphany fuelled light-bulbs, author Richard Dawkins is taking to the revered Royal Albert Hall to present his newest work, The Magic of Reality. The evening will be chaired by The Times editor, James Harding, and welcomes intrigued kids and big kids alike to its historic, Kensington location, which has hosted some of the world's most iconic events and boasts a mammoth capacity. Dawkins' new book follows the enormous success of The God Delusion, a seminal work that captured the attention of the world, selling over two million copies in the English language alone.
Taking place on Wednesday 19 October 2011, the event will welcome guests with entrance courtesy of See Tickets. Doors open at 7.30pm, and the evening begins at 8.30pm, when the academic and author will discuss and delve into his book The Magic of Reality, which celebrates the scientific world that surrounds us. Upon exchange of their Groupon voucher guests will also receive a copy of the book, which is a tribute to the planet written primarily for children and young adults.