ROALD DAHL DAY: SEPTEMBER 2013 - GET READY FOR “MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM”!
marks the EIGHTH annual celebration of Roald Dahl’s work, life and
diverse legacy. This year’s Roald Dahl Day celebrations pay tribute to
the MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM within the work of the world’s number one
storyteller. We all love Roald Dahl’s more villainous characters,
whether it’s the terrifying Trunchbull, currently wowing audiences in
the multi-award-winning stage show on London’s West End and on Broadway,
or the Grand High Witch – about to be immortalised in a new audiobook
read by Miranda Richardson. And when it comes to MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM,
nobody does it with more aplomb than Mr Willy Wonka, whether in the
original book or played by Doug Hodge in the smash-hit musical which has
just opened at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
Although we say “Roald Dahl Day”, in honour of the author’s birthday
on September 13th, the festivities truly last throughout September.
For further information about Roald Dahl, please visit:
www.roalddahl.com - the official website of Roald Dahl.
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