Norwich We Got This (sometimes!) Launch
Katie Kirby, author / blogger / greeting card maker / social media celeb and general all round mums' heroine is coming to Norwich!
After her children were born, she realised they are NOT like the ones you see in Boden catalogues, and seeing as it was quite tricky to find work that flexed enough, Katie decided to start a blog about the gross injustice of it all. 400k facebook followers later, she has written her second book "The Daily Struggles of Archie Adams (Aged 2 ¼)".
Some people liked the blog and said it was funny, other people called her an offensive, foul mouthed alcoholic who can't even draw. She views all of those things as compliments (apart from the drawing one – RUDE!).
Katie's new book depicts the highs and lows of family life through the eyes of Archie - one highly opinionated, creatively-stifled modern-day toddler. See the world through the eyes of Archie. The world is out to get him, people tell him what to do, but he gets some comfort from his best friend Amelia and occasionally sinking his teeth into other people’s limbs. Then, his parents tell him that they are having another baby..
We'll be speaking to Katie about how she turned turned her blog and social media into a best-selling book, the inspiration for her latest book, how she juggles her new life as an author with being Mum to two boys.
This exclusive event will be held at Open Norwich (the old Barclays Banking Hall), with a Fitness and Wellbeing hub by eco-luxury Paradox Living including: complementary taster massages (these are all booked up now, so sorry!!); first hand fitness and nutrition advice from Evan; a selected range of mum-pampering-products. There will also be a fabulous Beauty Serum Cocktail Bar by Palm and Sole, Delicious brownies by Cocoa May, a specially curated Goody Bag, Gin & Prosecco Bar, Hurrah for Gin Prints Pop up, You can enter the comp to Win a Mum's Night off at The Boathouse Ormesby Broad AND you can buy Katie's new book for Christmas presents from Norwich Waterstones too!
Arrive to start at 6pm (hopefully that means you get out of bedtime!).
Tickets are £19.00 plus a small transaction fee, and you can pay with Visa/Debit through Ticket Tailor.
Info about the venue: The OPEN Youth Trust (OPEN) is a charity based in Norwich which relies on grant funding and donations from trusts, companies and individuals to raise the funds needed to support our work with young people. Profit from the event enables the charity to offer a diverse range of different activities, most of which are free to attend, for young people aged 7-19. Click here for more info. Thanks!
There are several nearby car parks including St Andrews on Duke Street, Monastery on Elm Hill, a new multi storey on Rose Lane and at the Castle Mall.