Our Halloween Guest Speaker Event: Dr Tamsin Spargo talks about 'Until the Day Break'
As part of our Guest Speaker series and in the context of the Collaborative Project module for our 3rd years, we've invited Dr Tamsin Spargo, a Cornish writer, researcher and specialist in retelling non-fiction stories to share her knowledge and expertise with us.
As a Cornish writer and cultural historian, Dr Spargo has written about history, nonconformity, religion and sexuality. Her novel Wanted Man (Bloomsbury, 2005) is a surprisingly moving account of anti-hero and real-life train robber, Oliver Curtis Perry, as he became the United State's most wanted man in the late 1800s.
Book your free tickets for Dr Tamsin Spargo’s ‘Until the Day Break’ talk
Dr Spargo is one of the founders of Perthi Kov, a Redruth-based community group that creates immersive, site-specific theater walks and events. She contributed to Perthi Kov's Until the Day Break which launched in the summer of 2017 as a series of story walks that took place in two graveyards at St Euny Church, Redruth.
In this free talk she will recount the process of researching and writing collaboratively for 'Until the Day Break', share some stories and talk about what we can learn from retelling stories from real life.
The event takes places in Lecture Theatre 1, Woodlane Campus on Wednesday 31st October at 9am, followed by a Q&A at 10:15 in The Lighthouse, Tannachie House.
This is a free event, but places are limited, so early booking is advised. You can book your ticket here.