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All Rise for Blue as big crowds expected as group head to Bluewater for book signing

PUBLISHED: 11:12 03 October 2017

Blue are coming to Bluewater

Blue are coming to Bluewater

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The members of the million-selling group will be autographing copies of their memoir

Boy band Blue will be uniting for a special book signing at Bluewater later this month.

The group, which includes Chatham-born Lee Ryan, will be at the Waterstones book store to promote their memoir Blue: All Rise.

Lee Ryan, Antony Costa, Duncan James and Simon Webbe will appear on October 22 at 1pm and fans are urged to get there early as demand is likely to be high.

The group were formed in 2000 and went on to enjoy three platinum-selling number one albums, picked up two Brit Awards and sold more than 16 million records.

Blue: All Rise is the boys’ intimate tell-all account charting the highs and the lows of their career, the stories behind the headlines, and a host of never-before-seen photos.

This event is free of charge but fans must have a copy of the book in order to meet the band.

Senior bookseller at the store, Katie Rayfield, said: “I was lucky enough to meet the boys when I was in my teens, and I’m equally as excited now. We’re so happy to have the opportunity to host what I’m sure will be a fun and lively event.”

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