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London
Readers’ Day: The Waste Land with Prof. Mark Ford
This day-long session led by Mark Ford, poet and Professor of English at University College London, will give you the tools f
28.05.2022- 10:00 am
£75
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Online Event: Sarah Hall in Conversation with Louise Brealey
Join us for a very special online event with Sarah Hall, author of Burntcoat, in conversation with actor Louise Brealey.  
01.06.2022- 7:00 pm
£5
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South West
Nicola Upson at Taunton Brewhouse
Join Nicola Upson at Taunton Brewhouse for a talk and Q&A abuot her latest novel Dear Little Corpses.
01.06.2022- 7:30 pm
£12
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Wales
Hannah Lee at Hay Festival
Join Hannah Lee at Hay Festival where she discusses her latest picture book The Rapping Princess.
03.06.2022- 1:00 pm
£6
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Wales
Miriam Toews at Hay Festival (in conversation with Claire Armistead)
Join Miriam Toews at Hay Festival where she discusses her latest book Fight Night.
04.06.2022- 4:00 pm
£10
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Wales
Francesca Simon at Hay Festival : Two Terrible Vikings
Join Francesca Simon at Hay Festival where she discusses her latest book Two Terrible Vikings.
04.06.2022- 10:00 am
£7
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London
Miriam Toews at Waterstones Gower Street (in conversation with Daisy Buchanan)
Join Miriam Toews discussing her latest book Fight Night with Daisy Buchanan at Waterstones Gower Street.
07.06.2022- 6:30 pm
£7
Book Tour
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South West
Anil Seth at Cheltenham Science Festival
Join Anil Seth at Cheltenham Science Festival as he talks about his latest book Being You.
09.06.2022- 8:00 pm
£10
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North East
Sarah Hall at Hexham Book Festival
Join Sarah Hall as she discusses her latest book Burntcoat at Hexham Book Festival.
11.06.2022- 3:15 pm
£8
One-off Event
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East of England
Icons & Influencers: Justine Picardie
Join Justine Picardie at EA Festival where she will discuss her latest book, Miss Dior: A Story of Courage and Couture.
11.06.2022- 11:05 am
£12
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Online Event: Leïla Slimani in conversation with Ingrid Persaud
Join us for a very special online event with international bestselling author Leïla Slimani to celebrate the paperback public
13.06.2022- 7:00 pm
£5
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London
The Con Artists Launch
Join The Free Association for a special show celebrating the launch of author Luke Healy's new book The Con Artists.
25.06.2022- 9:00 pm
£8.50
Book Tour
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Wales
Bob Stanley at Camp Good Life, Hawarden
Join Bob Stanley at Camp Good Life Festival where he will be discussing his new book Let's Do It!
18.09.2022- 12:00 pm
£49
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How will I receive my ticket(s) for an event?

If it is a Faber event, you will be sent an email with confirmation of your booking. If the event is online, you will be sent the link for the live event the day before the event takes place. If the event is in person, there will be a guest list on the door and you may also bring your confirmation email as additional identification.

For external events with Faber authors, please consult the event host.

Where do Faber events take place?

Faber author book tours are held across the UK. A significant number of Members events are held at Faber’s offices in Bloomsbury House, London, and screened online.

Do you have to be a Member to attend Faber events?

You only have to be a Member to attend Members events. All other events are open to all. It is free to sign up to become a Faber Member here.

Do authors do signings at Faber events?

This depends on the individual event. Check the listing for the event you are interested in or contact the event organiser.

Are streamed Faber events available afterwards?

Free online events are available to rewatch via the Faber Members Journal Page. Paid events are only available to rewatch for those who purchased tickets.

Are there any free events/discounts for students at Faber events?

Faber Members advertises free events throughout the year, including our Inside Faber series examining different parts of the publishing process. Students can apply for free tickets to any event (subject to availability) by emailing members@faber.co.uk.

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London
Christopher Hampton in Conversation with Jonathan Kent
Join us for a very special event at Bloomsbury House with playwright Christopher Hampton in conversation with director Jonath
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Online
In Focus: The Poetry of Derek Walcott
This event reviewed the poetry of the remarkable Derek Walcott (1930-2017), with particular focus on his collection White Egr
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London
New Poetry: A Celebration (In Person Tickets)
Join us in person at St George’s Church in Bloomsbury or online for this set of live readings from five exceptional Faber poe
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Online
Online Book Club Event: They by Kay Dick
To celebrate Faber’s publication of They by Kay Dick, don’t miss this FREE Members online book club event.
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Online Event: Audrey Magee and Colm Tóibín
Join us for a very special FREE online event where Audrey Magee discusses her work with fellow Irish author, Colm Tóibín.