Brix Smith-Start at Stoke Newington Literary Festival

Brix’s memoir, The Rise, The Fall, and The Rise is an extraordinary tale of 10 years in possibly the most powerful and influential post-punk band in the world, of growing up in a dilapidated pink mansion in the Hollywood Hills and a life of extreme ups and downs: from luxury to...

Andrew O’Hagan at the Primrose Hill Summer Lecture Series

Award-winning writers Andrew O’Hagan and Jonathan Coe will be in conversation about their state-of-the-nation novels, spotlighting the humour and pathos of how we live now. Their latest works, respectively, are Illuminations a deeply charged novel about memory, war, and homecoming...

‘Release the Bats’ – a Special Evening with DBC Pierre

“You can be insecure and be a writer. You can be unsuccessful and be a writer. You can be a bad person and be a writer. You can be a drinker, a procrastinator, a freak. You can be compulsive, dependent, delusional, manic. You can be under house arrest. You can be on medication. You can...

An evening with Tim Burgess at Cecil Sharp House

Faber Social in association with RFB presents Tim Burgess plus special guests Sharon Horgan, Andrew Weatherall & Pete Paphides. A evening of talks and more in celebration of the new Tim Burgess book ‘Tim Book Two’...

Faber at Caught By The River Thames

Caught by the River Thames is a remarkable new music, arts and nature festival. Bringing together a truly inspirational gathering of bands and brewers, authors and artists, thinkers and drinkers, Caught by the River Thames will be part gig, part literary gathering and...

Steven Isserlis: Schumann Revisited

A magical night of music and conversation at Faber’s Bloomsbury House with the internationally renowned cellist Steven Isserlis....