Early Bird Discount
Friday 13th April 2012
Hello Festival lovers,
Just a reminder that this year’s Early Bird offer ends this weekend. So, if you haven’t bought your tickets for this year’s Festival, if you book before midnight on Saturday 14th April you can enjoy a 5% discount on all tickets booked for certain events, including all the Festival Marquee events (daytime and evening) and the daytime talks in Fowey Town Hall. All Early Bird events are marked with an asterisk alongside their price in the printed Festival programme and on the website. Click here to browse the events and buy tickets now.
Even if you don’t book before the deadline, the 10% discount offer to those in full time education and registered unemployed is still effective right up until the last day of the Festival. Groups discounts are also available, please contact the Box Office for details.
Everyone is still entitled to the “cost only” booking fees. This means that if you buy your tickets either by cash or cheque, there is no additional booking or handling charges. If you book by debit card you will only be charged 30 pence and, if you pay by credit card, just 2.5% of your order value. We only apply charges that we ourselves will be charged. There are no added charges, whatsoever!
We only have one sold out show at the moment (Sir Terry Wogan). So, do take the time to check out our website. This year’s line-up has something to suit all tastes from Nik Kershaw and his band (Wouldn’t It Be Good, I Won’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me, Dancing Girls, The Riddle, Don Quixote etc, etc), to Sir Trevor McDonald, currently appearing on ITV in his new series on The Mighty Mississippi.
There’s other music from folk giants June Tabor & Oysterband, Georgie Fame, The Animals and Friends & The Move, classical and jazz guitarist John Williams and John Etheridge, the internationally renowned vocal group Blake and the former lead singer with Dr Hook, Dennis Locorriere (Sylvia’s Mother, When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Woman, Sexy Eyes, A Little Bit More, Shine Son, etc, etc)!
If you like comedy, Julian Clary will be at the Festival, talking about his new novel, Briefs encountered, Radio 4 favourite Miles Jupp (Rev, Balamory & Harry Potter),
Jimeoin, Irish comedian and star of last year’s Royal Variety Show and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Tony Hawks talking about and showing the film version of his hit book Round Ireland With A Fridge.
We also have a special advance screening of the new film version of Daphne du Maurier’s story The Scapegoat, starring Matthew Rhys. The film will be premiered on ITV later this year, prior to going on cinema release. The screening at the Festival will include a special panel event, featuring members of the cast and production team and Christian Browning, son of Daphne du Maurier.
There’s so much more too; there really is something for everyone! So, please don’t miss out! For all the latest news, you can like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/duMaurierFestival or follow us on Twitter: @DdMFestival. You can see the events and buy tickets here.
See you in May!
From all at the du Maurier Festival