• Michael Morpurgo

    Michael Morpurgo
  • Martin Bell

  • Vincent Cable

  • Mitch Tonks

  • Katie Fforde

  • Jazz evening with Tina May

  • Veronica Henry

    Veronica Henry
  • Terry Waite

    Fowey Festival Terry Waite
  • Harp Workshops with Hands on Harps

  • Judy Finnigan and Richard Madeley

  • Linda Grant

    Fowey Festival Linda Grant
  • Julie Summers

    Fowey Festival Julie Summers
  • Poldark Panel Event

    Fowey Festival Poldark Novel
  • Tatiana du Rosnay

    Tatiana De Rosnay
  • Fowey from the River

  • Book Binding with Megan Stallworthy



The planning is well underway for the 2018 Festival. Two new competitions are now launched for 2018, please read the information below.

Fowey Festival 2018 awards for young writers and artists, focusing on the theme of ‘Birds’.

Daphne du Maurier’s wonderful novel 'The Birds', written in 1952, was made into a film by Alfred Hitchcock and in 2018 will appear on the BBC as drama. For our 2018 competition, we are inviting young people to create their own original story, poem or work of art (picture or model) about ‘Birds’. The winner will be the 2018 Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature Young Writer or Young Artist of the Year.

Visit the 2018 awards for young writers and artists page to find out how to enter.

Fowey Festival 2018 adult short story competition titled ‘Don't Look Now’.

This competition is open to everyone over the age of 16. There will be a first prize of £100 and a second prize of £75. Get your pens (or typing fingers) out and start writing!

The closing date for both competitions is March 16th 2018, so there is plenty of time to get enthused and be creative. Prizes will be presented during the 2018 Festival.

Visit the 2018 short story competition page to find out how to enter.

We hope you can join us at the next festival, Saturday 12th- Saturday 19th May 2018.

With warm wishes,

The du Maurier Fowey Festival Team

Principal Sponsor




Duchy Of Cornwall Fowey Festival

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