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Story Pirates Presents "Septimus Heap"

Emmi MacIntyre
7 p.m., Tuesday March 26
The tour consists of a series of interactive skits, aimed at children ages 8 and up, that introduce the series’ characters and plot to new audiences and bring to life favorite scenes for fans of the series. The performance will feature actors from the nationally acclaimed education and media organization, The Story Pirates. Performances will include interactive skits and games, music and sound effects, prizes, and place an emphasis on audience participation and FUN. The show will be followed by an official Septimus Heap poster signing by the cast of the show.

Where: Joseph-Beth Booksellers - Cincinnati
Phone: 513-396-8960
Address: 2692 Madison Road
Website: josephbeth.com

Joseph-Beth Booksellers - Cincinnati

2692 Madison Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45208
 
The city's leading independent bookstore with author readings and signings and various reader clubs.
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