Come along to the Fowey Parish Hall for an informal reading group discussion of du Maurier’s fascinating short story collection, The Breaking Point (1959), with Dr Laura Varnam from University College, Oxford.
Join Mark Camp as he makes a rare venture across the River Fowey to explore the lanes and pathways of St Sampson’s Parish.
While primarily known as a writer of novels and short stories, Daphne du Maurier was also an accomplished playwright. Her work for the theatre includes September Tide, The Years Between, and a stage adaptation of Rebecca.
Truro School’s talented senior chamber musicians present a short recital of music from the 18th and 19th centuries. Truro School’s busy and active Music Department puts on nearly sixty concerts each year, both at the school and around the county.
A writer knows that nothing comes from nowhere. All creative work builds on what came before. Nothing is completely original. Today we bring four Cornish writers together to discuss their influences, giving examples from their own work.
Virginia Baily’s latest book, her follow-up to The Sunday Times bestselling Early One Morning, is a sweeping, absorbing novel by one of the most gifted, humane and perceptive storytellers at work today.
Coinciding with the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, renowned World War II historian, writer and broadcaster, James Holland draws on unseen archives and testimonies from around the world to offer a new perspective on this historic time.
Please join us for a star-studded evening of our favourite Film Music, performed by the fantastic local choir, The Fowey River Singers, in concert with The St Austell Brass Band, local schools and special guests!