Publishers

Books on Cornwall and theatre

 

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A Different Earth

A brilliant evocation of the huge journey from Cornwall to Australia in the 1850’s.

Real events behind a terrific story.

A new introduction by Professor Philip Payton

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The Life Story of an Otter

A natural history classic published in a beautiful new edition.Timelessly fine text by an author acclaimed both for his observation and his descriptive powers.
Unique literary rendering of the landscape of West Cornwall.
Foreword by Howard Curnow, President of The Cornish Wildlife Trust

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John Penrose

A Romance of the Land’s End. The classic novel of the Land’s End- as Lorna Doone is to Exmoor.

Beautifully written by an acclaimed natural history author with a deep love of his native Cornwall.
New introduction by Bert Biscoe.

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Barclay Fox’s Journal 1832 – 1854

First paperback edition
Barclay Fox covered a great deal of ground.

From his home in Falmouth, Cornwall, he engaged in shipping, fishing, mining, foundry management, farming, railways. He was constantly on the move, on horseback, by carriage and coach and frequently by coastal steamer.

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The Lanhydrock Atlas

A Complete Reproduction of the 17th-Century Cornish Estate Maps

The Lanhydrock Atlas is a remarkable survival. Each of its 258 highly decorated maps, delicately painted and decorated in water colour and gold leaf on sturdy vellum, opens a door into the lost world of the seventeenth century, and brings to life not only the physical lie of the land but the stories of the people and their lives

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Theatre

Stella Europa

The play pits the values of Europe against the values of the British Independence Party. It pits the growing popular support of the BIP against the assumptions and connections of the British political establishment.

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