Day: May 16, 2018
There is more to Polperro than smuggling despite what the history books say. The village has for many years been a magnet for artists, writers and even film directors including Alfred Hitchcock. Join us on a ...
Time: 11:00am – 12noon
In conversation with Lord Strathcarron
The Du Mauriers: Just as They Were, tells the story of five generations of this remarkable family, beginning with Mathurin-Robert Busson, a master glassblower who immigrated to London in ...
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
To Catch A King is the true story of one of the greatest escapes in British History. After the defeat at the Battle of Worcester, Charles II fled for his life with a vast ...
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Entry by donation to Friends of St Fimbarrus
We delve into this fascinating subject with Joanna Mattingly who talks about how Cornwall's churches are dismissed as being all Perpendicular, but this is only part of the ...
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Celebrating du Maurier’s Bestselling Novel
At the 2018 Festival we are delighted to be celebrating the 80th anniversary of Daphne du Maurier’s most popular novel, Rebecca (1938). Winner of the WH Smith ‘Nation’s Favourite ...
Multilingual Swedish singer, Annika Skoogh with her Jazz Quartet, is making a name for herself on the jazz scene as a vibrant and soulful singer. With a natural talent, she brings a special blend of Scandinavian ...