IF YOU WANT TO STAY OVER FOR THE NIGHT (campers and vans) ring Treloan to book your place
festival flyer (pdf)
2010 fireside sessions & ‘FEAST’ (local food banquet)
each session kicks off with a BBQ at 7pm – bring food & drinks to share
These wednesday sessions start at the end of July through to the first week in September – July 28th, August 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th (FEAST a local food banquet) – the last fireside of the season is on September 1st.
Rob Barratt is a Bodmin-based comic poet and singer who has established himself in the South West as a writer and performer of pithy poems and silly songs. Rob spends a lot of time in a place he calls ‘Planet Barratt’ but occasionally he comes down to Earth to entertain audiences.Wadebridge Folk Festival 2010
August 25th:7 pm FEAST 2010 – a local food banquet
culinary delights, music, fire art and more…feast poster
The idea is to support local food retailers and producers – to help we’ve made up a list plus an invitation to you to make somthing special & tell us all about it – happy cooking! heres the invitation (pdf). We’re also really pleased to welcome forager Robin Harford to Treloan for FEAST – he’ll be on site to lead sessions on the local wild food larder.
- Jane Pugh
Words are my thing…I am a writer of everything: short stories, stage plays and film scripts and I also teach an MA in screen writing for University College Falmouth. Naturally a show off I love telling my stories to audiences and standing on the Fourth Plinth, I was in my element. FEAST
In a previous life she worked as a script editor for the BBC and Carlton Television and as producer on a number of short films screened at international film festivals and on British television. Her films have won a total of 6 awards. She is a graduate of the National Film and Television School. The Script Factory
- Jane Tozer
Jane Tozer is a poet and multiple prize-winning translator, living near Helston in West Cornwall. She is a lively, engaging reader of her own poems and translations.
In translation, Jane specialises in poetry from Old French and Middle English; as a storyteller, she enjoys the directness, colour and energy of mediaeval narrative. Poetry Can
July 28th: 7pm this week we have 2 fantastic guest poets July 28 fireside flyer
- wordsmith Rob Barratt returns…
- and we will also be welcoming Des Hannigan from Morvah, ex fisherman & accomplished rock climber (his collection of poems The Sea in all its Squalor was published by St Ives Printing and Publishing last year).
So The Sea in all its Squalor is a rewriting of notes from the times you were Skippering and working on the fishing boats?
Completely. I haven’t plucked anything out of my imagination. Like this one The Bitts – you know the phrase ‘the bitter end’ – a lot of people don’t realise how the sea and seagoing has given us so many everyday sayings. The bitter end is literally the last of the rope. Poetry Kernow