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June 2013 Newsletter

Welcome to our June 2013 Newsletter

Have you got an East London Group painting in your attic?
Since the publication of the groundbreaking book From Bow to Biennale: Artists of the East London Group new information has come to light about these rediscovered painters. Have you got an East London Group painting in your attic?
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Nothing happens by chance
Elizabeth Crawford, editor of Campaigning for the Vote: Kate Parry Frye's Suffrage Diary, explains how she found the soaking-wet, mildewed volumes of a diary in a north London basement.
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Exciting new collection of plays by Charles Causley
A new collection of Causley's plays, Theatre Works, puts the poet at the heart of British drama. Charles Causley is thought of as a poet, but this collection reveals him to be a playwright of distinction. Included are plays never published before.
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It only took 158 years!
First English publication of Wilkie Collins's play The Lighthouse, written in 1855. Collins wanted to avoid his plays being pirated and refused to have them published in England. Foreword by crime writer PD James.
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Kindling the Scarp: Clemo in the Clay Country
First conference on the life and work, 'erotic mysticism' and faith of Cornish poet and novelist Jack Clemo in the Clay Country of his birth.
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Forthcoming titles
Lookout for our new titles in the autumn.
This Fair Land: an anthology of Maltese literature, edited by Charles Briffa
The Body's Reason, poems in Catalan by Maria-Mercè Marçal
Fifty Love Poems, poems in Catalan by Montserrat Abelló

Best Sellers
01.From Bow to Biennale
02.Cornwalls First Golden Age
03.The Old Red Tongue
04.Baggage
05.Grains of Gold
06.Celebrating Pevsner
07.Surfing Tommies
08.The Way Back
09.Scoot Dances
10.Star in a Night Sky
Forthcoming Books
Featured Books
Events
Regular Cornish language classes with Mick Paynter.

London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

First Sunday of every month, Redruth. Shout with the Red River singers.

Second Wednesday of every month, Luxulyan. Prys Ton – Cornish Music Session.

Until 6 January 2018, Southend. Exhibition – From Mile End to Mayfair: The East London Group & their contemporaries.

until 17 December 2017, Bow, London. Exhibition – The Working Artist: The East London Group.

20 October 2017, Penryn, Cornwall. Cornish songs from the Red River Singers at the National Dialect Festival 2017.

20–22 October 2017, Penryn, Cornwall. National Dialect Festival 2017.

25 October 2017, Bangor Universoty. Cyflwyno The Old Red Tongue / Introducing The Old Red Tongue.

2 November 2017, St Columb Major, Cornwall. Hark! A talk about Cornish carols by Sally Burley and Hilary Coleman.

9 November 2017, Bodmin, Cornwall. Talk by Paul Holden on the architect Richard Coad.

16 November 2017, Liskeard, Cornwall. Paul Holden gives the Inaugural George Vaughan-Ellis RIBA Memorial Lecture.

26 November 2017, Heartlands, Cornwall. Red River Singers at the Weekend Market.

29 November 2017, London. Paul Holden talk on Princes to Paupers: portraiture in the Lanhydrock photographic collection.

14 December 2017, Bodmin, Cornwall. Shout at Picrous Night.

22 December 2017, St Day, Cornwall. Carols with the red River Singers and the Carharrack & St Day Silver Band.

24 December 2017, Tregajorran, Cornwall. Christmas Eve carols in the Square.

29 November 2017, London. Paul Holden talk on “Estate Mapping at its Finest”: the Lanhydrock Atlas, 1696.