All photographs: Neil Thomson Yet again, we had a fantastic year down by the Port Eliot estuary. Rather than just doing the usual thank-yous, we thought it’d be nice to all go down the pub and discuss our favourite points of the weekend. * Jeff: So where shall we start – highlights? Who has some […]
Unfortunately, due to personal reasons, Alexandra Harris will no longer be able to make it to Port Eliot this year. Tim Dee, reviewer of Alexandra’s wonderful book Weatherland – who was due to talk to her on the Caught by the River stage – will instead appear with friend and fellow BBC man Paul Dodgson. […]
We are beyond saddened to hear of the death of Lord Peregrine Eliot, a good, good man and great friend to Caught by the River. Full tributes will follow. Our thoughts are with Cathy, Louis and the family. Read the official statement on the Port Eliot website.
As we creep closer to our seventh year down by the Port Eliot estuary, we thought we’d point you in the direction of a couple of things we’re particularly excited about. Taking to our stage on Thursday evening are July Skies, inspired, amongst other things, by ‘Orford Ness, lost youth, Henry Moore, pylons across fields, […]
Port Eliot Festival, St. Germans, Cornwall Thursday 28 – Sunday 31 July, 2016 With the rhubarb thrusting upward and the willow warbler singing strong while hoping to get his end away, it’s time to contemplate the Caught by the River stage’s return to Port Eliot festival – those grin-inducing Cornish vistas that make for one […]