Stephen King – Exclusive In-Person Event

 

 

Simon & Schuster Canada is pleased to welcome international bestselling author Stephen King to Toronto for an exclusive Canadian in person appearance on November 19th, 2009 at the Canon Theatre.  The legendary horror, science fiction, and fantasy author has written more than fifty bestselling books and is the 2007 recipient of The Canadian Booksellers Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award.  Stephen King visits Toronto to celebrate the launch of his epic new novel, Under the Dome.

 For this exclusive in person event King will be joined in conversation by highly-acclaimed Canadian director, writer, and producer David Cronenberg on stage at the elegant Canon Theatre.

 Hosted by Canadian television and radio personality George Stroumboulopoulos, host of CBC television program The Hour, the evening will commence at 8:00pm with introductions followed by an in-depth interview with Stephen King led by David Cronenberg.

 Tickets go on sale on Friday, October 2nd for $33 and $28 (Service charges apply to phone and internet orders. All prices are in Canadian dollars and include GST & CIF. Seating is subject to availability) and will be available by phone at TicketKing (416) 872-1212 or 1(800)461-3333, online at www.ticketking.com, or in person at these box offices: The Royal Alexandra Theatre (260 King Street West) or The Princess of Wales Theatre (300 King Street West).

***All ticketed attendees wishing to purchase a signed copy of UNDER THE DOME will draw a chip upon entry to the Canon Theatre. There will be two different coloured chips in bags, 250 of which will be the “winning” colour. Only those who have drawn a winning chip will be able to purchase a signed copy of the book.***

One thought on “Stephen King – Exclusive In-Person Event

  1. Hi.

    Why is it that all the other cities that Mr. King will do his under the dome book tour that Toronto do not have the same privilege than the US cities in being able to buy a signed copy of his new release in November ?

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