We are delighted to be welcoming Pam to Falmouth Saturday 30th November to promote her new book ‘Up in the Attic.’
She will be performing at the Poly and tickets will be available directly from their box office http://thepoly.org/whats-on/event/1375/an-afternoon-with-pam-ayres
in the Attic
is the brand-new collection of verse from the nation’s favourite
poet, Pam Ayres. With
the same magic that has enchanted her fans for more than four
decades, Pam’s new collection is by turns side-splittingly funny,
at others so reflective and profound that audiences are moved to
From the horror of playing host in ‘The Dinner Party’ and complaints about pub tableware in ‘Don’t Put My Dinner on the Slate!’, to the poignant ‘Up in the Attic’, in which Pam is deluged by memories when on the search for an old document, and the sadness of wartime ‘Down The Line’, this new collection will tickle and move readers in equal measure.
Pam Ayres has been a writer, broadcaster, and entertainer for over 40 years. She is the author of several best-selling poetry books, including The Works, Surgically Enhanced, You Made Me Late Again!, and The Last Hedgehog. Pam’s autobiography, The Necessary Aptitude, was a best seller when it was published in 2011. On radio she is a regular on Just A Minute, six series of her own Ayres On The Air, and has appeared twice on the legendary Desert Island Discs.
Pam performs her solo stage show throughout the UK, and lives in the Cotswolds, where she is an enthusiastic gardener for wildlife.
Join us for our annual Christmas shopping evening Thursday 29th November 6-9pm for mince pies, wine and 10% off!
Come along and meet TP Fielden, master of detection, on Saturday 23rd June 1pm
TP will be signing copies of his newest Miss Dimont novel, published in paperback 14 June, an excellent read if you fancy some West Country mystery.
We are extremely proud to have Sir Robin visit us on Wednesday 13th June at 2pm for the launch of his new book ‘On Seamanship & Seafaring’ as part of the 3-day Suhaili 50 Parade of Sail festival.
Join us to meet Sir Robin and buy a signed copy of his new book.
An Evening with Raynor Winn
Join us Thursday 14th June 7.30pm in Dolly’s for an evening with Raynor Winn discussing her wonderful memoir about walking The Salt Path with her husband.
Tickets £15 including book (RRP £14.99) and a glass of wine or £10 excluding book.
Contact us on 01326 312873 for tickets