LIVE Webstream of JKR Midnight Reading on July 21st, Live WebChat to Follow

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Jul 13, 2007

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UK publisher Bloomsbury has announced that the reading of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by author J. K. Rowling taking place at the Natural History Museum will be streamed LIVE online via the Bloomsbury website at midnight on July 21st.

Bloomsbury Publishing is delighted to announce that now everyone will be able to hear J K Rowling read from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, in a live webstream from the Natural History Museum in London at the precise moment it is published – 12.01am BST on Saturday 21st July 2007.

Ten years after publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone the publication of this, the final book in the series, returns to where it all began: with a book, the author and her readers.

The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows launch event is completely oversubscribed and no further tickets will be issued but Bloomsbury encourages fans to log on to the webstream to join in the experience. The streaming will be available for a further two weeks at www.bloomsbury.com.

The publisher also announced a live web chat with J. K. Rowling to be held the following week on July 30th from 2-3.00pm BST. Fans may submit their questions via the Bloomsbury site beginning one week before the event, or during the live webcast.





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