Days: Saturday

Scott Fletcher

Scott Fletcher is a digital artist and campaign consultant specialising in Virtual, Mixed and Augmented Reality for use in performance and personal experiences. His work allows… Read more Scott Fletcher

Nicola Way

Nicola Way has been massaging dogs and cats for more than 16 years, helping with such issues as torn and over-used muscles, trapped nerves,… Read more Nicola Way


All the world has seen of Keeva so far is her videos for “Desired Plan” and “Wrong Time” however this was enough to catch… Read more Keeva

MCMC Spoken

MCMC Spoken AKA Megan Chapman is a critically acclaimed performance word artist from Cornwall, South West England.  Since leaving University MCMC Spoken has gone from strength to… Read more MCMC Spoken

Andy Mac

DJing for 25 years now, Andy has played alongside some of the biggest names in house & techno at clubs all over the world,… Read more Andy Mac

Tim Walker

Tim Walker, one of the greatest British fashion photographers of our times, will talk about why he paused his professional routine to dedicate himself… Read more Tim Walker

Andy King

Andy King, a long time lover of music you can dance to, after a long absence from the wheels of steel and on the back of… Read more Andy King

David Serlin

David Serlin is a professor of communication and science studies at the University of California, San Diego, and an editor-at-large for Cabinet. David divides… Read more David Serlin

Sam Leith

Sam Leith is the literary editor of the Spectator. His work appears regularly in the Evening Standard, the Guardian and Times. He will be interviewing… Read more Sam Leith

Paddy Bramwells

Paddy Bramwells is a comedian, actor, teacher and occasional playwright. He started his compering career back in the 1988 when he was invited to host the… Read more Paddy Bramwells

Matthew de Abaitua

Matthew De Abaitua’s  novel  The Red Men was shortlisted for the Arthur C Clarke Award and adapted into a short film ‘Dr Easy’ by Shynola and produced by Film4/Warp Films. It… Read more Matthew de Abaitua

Louis Eliot

Louis Eliot and the Embers emerge from Hackney’s famed Toe Rag studio with new material in which New Wave infused guitar pop meets groovy… Read more Louis Eliot

Mary Epworth

Mary Epworth’s much-anticipated second album, Elytral, is released on 1st September. The first single from the new album, ‘Me Swimming’, has been enjoying a great deal of… Read more Mary Epworth

Acappella Sound

Acappella Sound are an exciting and contemporary female a-cappella harmony group, based in Roche, Nr. St Austell who sing current acappella arrangements and a… Read more Acappella Sound


Childhood are a South London band whose new album Universal High represents a huge leap forward from their debut, Lacuna. Universal High combines low-riding… Read more Childhood

Colin Taylor

Colin Taylor, a police officer of 21 years, was the longest serving police officer on the Isles of Scilly in living memory. He successfully blogged… Read more Colin Taylor

Bruce Parry

Explorer and BAFTA Award winning presenter, Bruce Parry, joins us to talk about his feature documentary, Tawai: A Voice from the Forest. The result… Read more Bruce Parry

Michael Bird

Michael Bird is a writer and independent art historian. His first children’s book, Vincent’s Starry Night and Other Stories, tells the history of art in… Read more Michael Bird

Joe Minihane

Joe Minihane is a freelance travel journalist based in Brighton. Floating: A Life Regained, the story of his attempts to recreate Roger Deakin’s seminal… Read more Joe Minihane

Peter Fluck

Peter Fluck was born in Cambridge in 1941. After disappointing O Levels, his parents and teachers both agreed that the best and only prospect… Read more Peter Fluck

Natasha Carthew

Natasha Carthew’s interactive poetry workshop for children aged 8-14 offers the chance to write and illustrate your own poem about a favourite object or… Read more Natasha Carthew

Wyl Menmuir

Wyl Menmuir is a novelist and editor based in Cornwall. His bestselling debut novel, The Many (Salt Publishing) was long-listed for the 2016 Man Booker Prize and… Read more Wyl Menmuir

Peter Beacham

Peter Beacham is a writer whose books on the South West of England include the revised edition of Nikolas Pevsner’s ‘Cornwall’ in the Pevsner… Read more Peter Beacham

Jay Armstrong

Jay Armstrong is founder and editor of Elementum, an independent biannual literary journal with a focus on nature writing and visual storytelling. Jay was… Read more Jay Armstrong

Henry Jeffreys

Henry Jeffreys has written about books, drinks and food – often all three at once – for various publications including the Guardian, the Daily… Read more Henry Jeffreys

The Q-dettes

The Q-dettes are a four-piece female group of vocal composers. They present arresting a cappella arrangements of familiar songs, sometimes poignant, sometimes swingin’, sometimes… Read more The Q-dettes

Indian Man

Indian Man hails from the Punjab, via Bristol, and performs an inspiring blend of traditional Punjabi Classics, Rolling Rhythms and Heavy Beats – he’s guaranteed… Read more Indian Man

Scaravelli Yoga

Hannah Guy teaches safe and fun classes that help you move with ease, nurturing vitality with relaxation, strength with flexibility and fostering a grounded… Read more Scaravelli Yoga

Leach Pottery

The Leach Pottery is considered by many to be the birthplace of British studio pottery. The Leach Pottery’s new studio was built in 2008… Read more Leach Pottery

Hollie McNish

Hollie McNish has published three collections of poetry – Papers, Cherry Pie, and Plum – plus one poetic memoir, Nobody Told Me, for which she won… Read more Hollie McNish

Will Burns

Will Burns is a writer from Wendover, Buckinghamshire. In 2014 he was named as one of four Faber New Poets and he his first… Read more Will Burns

Life Drawing

Life drawing is a wonderful discipline to learn. These fun and relaxed workshops with portrait artist Jason Walker are open to artists of all abilities,… Read more Life Drawing