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Only Way To Get Tickets For Aline & Robert Crumb!

Posted: October 24, 2012

Thanks to the many of you who have been inquiring how to get hold of the hottest tickets in town for Saturday, November 3rd -  namely the ONLY UK Appearance of Aline and Robert Crumb talking about their new Knockabout book Drawn Together at the first Comica Festival event of the season at Foyles Bookshop in Charing Cross Road (see the blog post below).

Simple. The only way to get tickets is to sign up to the Comica Newsletter by typing in your email at the top of the right-hand column and then look out for Newsletters to follow. One of them coming up will contain the SECRET URL to enable you to book tickets.

We’ll be notifying everyone on the Comica Newsletter Mailing List all at the same time, so everyone has a fair and equal chance of getting these gold-dust tickets for this amazing night.

So, there you go. Sign Up right now and keep your eyes peeled for the Newsletters to follow! And we hope you’ll also be tempted by the rich, diverse programme of other Comica Festival events, exhibitions, parties, panels and workshops - in fact, there are still more to be added! Click on the Festival 2012 button at the top here.

See you at Comica Festival - why make a festival for a few days when you make it a whole month?!

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