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Anthony Horowitz, southbank centre, oblivion

From his first mission in Stormbreaker to his climatic ending in Scorpia Rising, Alex Rider, the teenage secret agent, has excited kids globally.

On the 19th February, the author of the famous Alex Rider series, Anthony Horowitz, will talk about his passion for writing and the inspiration behind his ideas. He will also discuss his latest book, Oblivion, from the best-selling fantasy series The Power of Five. The series is about five modern day teenagers teenagers who discover that they are destined to defeat 'The Old Ones', a group of mystical entities who once ruled the land ten thousand years ago.

The talk will take place at the Southbank Centre at 3pm, and is suitable for ages seven and over. Tickets are 8 for adults and 4 for under 16s and concessions.
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Why? Discover the inspiration behind Horowitz's stories
When: 19th Feb, 3pm
Phone: 44 (0)20 7960 4200
Where: Southbank Centre
Cost: 8 adult, 4 children
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