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Sunday 16th October 2016 2:30pm - 3:45pm Town Hall Literary Event

THSH and Foyles are proud to present Jo Malone: My Story. Jo Malone MBE is an inspirational British business woman and one of the most successful entrepreneurs of our age. Globally recognised for building the beauty brand eponymous with her name and most recently ‘Jo Loves’, Jo is responsible for revolutionising the beauty industry and creating some of the world’s favourite fragrances. Yet despite this, her personal journey to international brand prominence has not been easy.

Now, for the first time, Jo tells her remarkable full-life story – from modest beginnings struggling with dyslexia and leaving school without qualifications, to turning her fortunes around to become one of the world’s most successful business women.

Please note that your ticket will also entitle you to a copy of Jo’s new book (RRP £20), which can be collected from the Foyles stand at the event.

This event will be signed by a British Sign Language interpreter.

Venue: Town Hall, Victoria Square, Birmingham B3 3DQ
Tickets: £23.00 including a copy of Jo's new book, which can be collected on the night.

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Please not the timings for the show, 14:30 -15:45, are approximate and subject to change. Please check with the venue for more details.

All prices shown are inclusive of a £3 per ticket commission. (This also applies to phone and in person transactions – save 50p per ticket when you buy online. Please visit the THSH site for more information.) Commission exclusions apply.


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