The story follows protagonist, Phileas Fogg as he tries to win a bet he made at the reform club for £20,000 (roughly 2 million USD now) to travel around the world in 80days.
Going through a book analysis such as this(Andsoforth’s Book Analysis workshop) will allow readers to understand the work needed to write a book.
Professional facilitators and our directors have crafted a one-of-a-kind professional workshop for an in-depth analysis of Around the World in 80 Days. The usage of outfits, cuisines and set design will contribute to the interpretation of one of Jules Verne’s best works and a book that is known throughout the world.
Location is secret and is revealed 24hrs before the workshop. State your dietary restrictions when filling in your ticketing details. Attendees will be moving from room to room in ANDSOFORTH's Book Analysis Workshop. ATW Workshop FAQ.pdf
Suitable for ages 4 and above. (There are no food samples in the children workshop)
Parent or adult must accompany children who are 7 and below.
All attendees are required to purchase tickets.
Each session will have a maximum capacity of 10 attendees all socially distanced.
All attendees are required to wear face masks. Face shields will only be permitted for children 12 years and below who may have difficulty wearing and keeping face masks on for a prolonged period of time.