Stephen King in Europe : Paris, Munich and Hamburg (13th to 20th November 2013)

    Stephen King in Europe

    In collaboration with publishers Albin Michel and Heyne/Random House, Stephen King will be making his first
    official visit to France and Germany in November, including events for the public in both locations.” –
    Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep European Book Tour Kicks Off This November in Paris

    Albin Michel and Heyne/Random House are announcing that Stephen King will visit France and Germany to promote it’s latest novel ”Doctor Sleep”.

    Stephen King in France

    The French events will commence in Paris with a book signing to be held on Wednesday, November 13. Details and location information regarding this event will be announced in the near future.

    Albin Michel Publishing House is announcing that Stephen King will be in Paris, France, the 16th November 2013, starting with 20h30 at Le Grand Rex Cinema, 1, Boulevard Poissonnière.
    On November 16th, Stephen King will appear at the world-famous Le Grand Rex Cinema in Paris to speak, read from his work and do a question and answer session following the program.

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    On November 19th, Stephen will appear at Krimifestival in Munich, Germany. Stephen will speak, read from his work and do a Q&A session after the program.

    Stephen will appear at the Harbour Front Literature Festival in Hamburg, Germany on November 20th. Stephen will speak, read from his work and do a Q&A session after the program.

    Grand Rex

    Le Grand Rex (The Grand Rex), one of the largest cinemas in Europe and a shrine to Parisian cinema, invites you to discover its secrets, at the heart of its history. Since its inauguration in 1932, its has been ever-increasingly popular. A work of art and a popular monument, it has a magical link between fantasy and real life. An atmospheric theatre in American parlance, it features a starred “sky” overhead and interior fountains. It is a landmark of Art Deco architecture. It features the largest screen in Europe, called Grand Large. The cinema was designed by Auguste Bluysen, a French architect. John Eberson, a Romanian-American, served as a consulting architect. Eberson was known for his atmospheric cinemas in North America, and for more than three hundred in his career. Construction began in 1931, and the cinema opened its doors the following year on the evening of December the 8th.

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    Le Grand Rex has made it through the darkest moments in history unscathed. Its main auditorium which seats 2,650 people, sports a unique decor with a starry dome. In addition to cinema screenings, the venue also presents concerts, comedians, events and conventions.
    The cinema is host to the Jules Verne Adventure Film Festival each April, a six-day event that attracts more than 48,000 attendees and is the most important adventure and discovery film festival in the world.
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    Pics © Random House/Heyne & Albin Michel, Le Grand Rex


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