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Ferrante Night Fever

Tuesday 1st November 2016 6pm - 8pm Foyles at Waterloo Station Literary Event, Free Event

Get involved in the Ferrante Fever by popping in to our Waterloo Station branch to celebrate the award winning author’s spectacular works of fiction.

Named one of the 100 most influential people on the planet by Time Magazine in 2016 and renowned for her choice at anonymity, Ferrante is one of the most powerful names in fiction to date. Originally published in Italian, her novels have been translated into English, Dutch, French, German, and Spanish, among other languages.

Embracing Ferrante’s Italian heritage, we will be serving Italian-inspired snacks and drinks instore and giving away free Frantumaglia bookmarks and Ferrante Fever badges with every purchase. 

Don’t forget to share your visit on Twitter using #FerranteNightFever!


Tickets: This is a free event and does not require registration, please do just come along.

Venue: Foyles, Lower Concourse, London Waterloo Station, London, SE1 8SW



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