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This November, Faber Social and Tatty Devine join forces to celebrate women’s voices.
As a female led company, Tatty Devine believe in being an individual, expressing yourself and equality in all areas of life. This month sees the launch of Tatty Devine’s Women With Something to Say campaign, featuring women from a variety of creative backgrounds. From writers, artists and musicians to comediennes, actresses and film makers, each contributor reveals what it means to be a woman in today’s society, leading with a single powerful phrase on a specially commissioned Tatty Devine name necklace.
Inspired by Viv Albertine’s brilliant phrase Life’s too short to be shy, our November Faber Social will include a glorious mix of stories, music and performance from Viv Albertine, Emily Berry, Kate Tempest, Marawa the Amazing and Bryony Kimmings, curated in collaboration with the wonderful Rosie and Harriet of Tatty Devine.
Where: The Social, 5 Little Portland St, London W1W 7JD
When: Monday 11th November 2013
Doors open at 7pm, event starts at 8pm
Tickets cost £7 in advance / £9 on the door
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Faber & Faber is one of the great independent publishing houses in London. We were established in 1929 by Geoffrey Faber and our first editor was T. S. Eliot. We are proud to publish prize-winning fiction and non-fiction, as well as an unrivalled list of modern poets and playwrights. Among our list of writers we have six Booker Prize winners and twelve Nobel Laureates, and we continue to seek out the most exciting and innovative writers at work today.