• Read Louise Levene's THE FOLLOWING GIRLS, out now in hardback
  • Tom Wainwright's THE ROOM IN THE ELEPHANT tours the UK
  • See Sue Kelvin as Madam Morrible in WICKED West End
  • Buy Julian Barnes' exquisite LEVELS OF LIFE, out now in paperback
  • James Cotterill designs HOBSON'S CHOICE at the Oldham Coliseum
  • See Deborah McAndrew's AN AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY LARK
  • Douglas Dunn has won Queen Gold Medal for Poetry 2014
  • Buy Felicity Cloake's mouth-watering PERFECT TOO, out now
  • Tim Mascall designs lighting for THE NOTORIOUS MRS EBBSMITH
  • Gregory Clarke designs sound for TWO INTO ONE at the Menier
  • Blanche McIntyre directs TONIGHT AT 8:30 for the Nuffield / ETT
  • Tim Mascall designs lighting for MARTINE at the Finborough Theatre
  • Catch Sanjeev Bhaskar in LEWIS at 9pm on ITV
  • See Les Dennis starring in THE PERFECT MURDER, on tour
  • Tim Mascall designs lighting for JULIE MADLY DEEPLY
  • Gregory Clarke designs sound for A STEADY RAIN at the Ustinov Studio
  • Tim Mascall designs lighting for THE ONLY WAY IS DOWNTON
  • Rob Brydon stars in THE TRIP TO ITALY at 10pm on BBC2
  • Read Robert Lautner's ROAD TO RECKONING out now in hardback and kindle
  • Tim Mascall designs lighting for RUBY WAX: SANE NEW WORLD (touring)
  • Buy THURSDAY'S CHILDREN by Nicci French, out now in hardback
  • Abbey Smith directs THE NOTORIOUS MRS EBBMITH at Jermyn Street Theatre
  • Gregory Clarke designs sound for TONIGHT AT 8:30 (Nuffield / ETT)
  • Read Joanna Trollope's BALANCING ACT, out now in harback and on kindle
  • Anya Reiss' new adaptation of SPRING AWAKENING tours with Headlong

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Lauren O'Farrell

Lauren O'Farrell

Writer/Photographer/Traveller

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Carol MacArthur
+44 (0) 20 3214 0880
About

Writer, traveller and giant squid wrestler, Lauren O'Farrell began her plans for world domination through a weaving of words and wool during a rather nasty three year battle with cancer.  She emerged from treatment victorious, slightly radioactive and unsettlingly ambitious.

In December 2005 she founded the UK's woolly Godzilla of a knitting group, Stitch London, which she still runs today, and gathered London's first graffiti yarnstorming collective Knit The City, in 2009.  Her personal knitting accomplishments include a corset for a week old piglet, a single sock knit at both the Taj Mahal and 3500-metres up the Himalayas, and 8-metre giant squid for London's Natural History Museum made from 160 plastic carrier bags.

She is also rumoured to be sneaky stitching graffiti knitter Deadly Knitshade, though she will neither confirm or deny this if you ask.

Non-Fiction
Publication DetailsNotes
KNIT THE CITY
2011
Hoffman & Campe
Photographs of knitting in London.
STITCH LONDON
2011
David & Charles
20,000 words and captions and 200 colour and black & white illustrations.
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