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Ten Years Ago : Paul Brings Piccadilly To A Standstill



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Ten Years Ago Today: Paul McCartney brings Piccadilly to a standstill
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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Ten years ago, Paul McCartney caused chaos at the Waterstones bookshop in Piccadilly by holding a special signing event to launch his children's book "High In The Clouds." Paul read the first chapter to 23 children, answered their questions and handed out copies of the book to fans, some of whom had spent the evening camped outside.





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2015

Ten Years Ago Today: Paul Brings 

Piccadilly To A Standstill


Ten Years Ago Today: Paul Brings Piccadilly To A Standstill
Ten years ago, Paul caused chaos at the Waterstones bookshop in Piccadilly by holding 
a special signing event to launch his much-loved children’s book 'High In The Clouds'.
Paul read the first chapter to 23 children aged between six and eight – a tough crowd even 
in his eyes! After the reading, Paul answered the children’s questions and handed out 
copies of the book to fans, some of whom had spent the evening camped outside!  
We chatted to Paul about his memories from the day:
“I remember one of the kids asking me a question, ‘How old is Wirral?’ And I thought, 
‘Hmmm I don’t know!’
 
“It was a very difficult question! In the movie we are currently working on we’ve got him 

as a mid-teenager. I think back then though, on that particular day, I thought he was 
about seven or eight and I think it might have been because the kid asking me was about 
that age!
 
“I have since revised my opinion for the forthcoming ‘High in the Clouds’ animation film. 

So Wirral has grown up a bit – now he’s a teenager!”
 
We’re very excited to meet the teenage Wirral… watch this space! 
Sir Paul McCartney - Book Signing
McCartney promotes his first children's book, "High in the Clouds," at Princes 
Plain Primary School in London on Dec. 14, 2005. Photo: Getty Images

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