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A round-up of the articles that we published on the Daphne du Maurier website surrounding the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
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A round-up of the articles that we published on the Daphne du Maurier website surrounding the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>A round-up of the articles that we published on the Daphne du Maurier website surrounding the new adaptation of Rebecca
A round-up of the articles that we published on the Daphne du Maurier website surrounding the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
3rd December 2020: Way back in November 2018 the Daphne du Maurier website News Page announced the exciting fact that a new adaptation of Rebecca, Daphne du Maurier's most famous novel, was to be made. The film was released on 21st October 2020. During the lead up to the film and following its release, a great deal has been written about it... More >>
A round-up of the articles that we published on the Daphne du Maurier website surrounding the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America <em>Christmas in Cornwall</em> Luncheon – Saturday 12th December 2020
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Daphne du Maurier Society of North America <em>Christmas in Cornwall</em> Luncheon – Saturday 12th December 2020Daphne du Maurier Society of North America Christmas in Cornwall Luncheon – Saturday 12th December 2020
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America <em>Christmas in Cornwall</em> Luncheon – Saturday 12th December 2020
2nd December 2020: Members of the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America are invited to a Christmas in Cornwall Luncheon, in Dallas, on Saturday 12th December, 12.00pm – 2.30pm. During dessert, a robust discussion, of the novel Rebecca, will be led by Professor Theresa Kenney, from the University of Dallas... More >>
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America <em>Christmas in Cornwall</em> Luncheon – Saturday 12th December 2020
Fowey Festival Online Auction – last few days
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Fowey Festival Online Auction – last few daysFowey Festival Online Auction – last few days
Fowey Festival Online Auction – last few days
1st December 2020: The Fowey Festival Online Auction only has a few more days to run. It closes at 6pm on Sunday 6th December, so get bidding on some of the great items on offer. So far, bidding has been strong, and it is anticipated that there will be a considerable flurry of bids towards the end when people try to seal the deal at the last minute... More >>
Fowey Festival Online Auction – last few days
Never Give a Doppelgänger the Keys to Your Car ...
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Never Give a Doppelgänger the Keys to Your Car ...Never Give a Doppelgänger the Keys to Your Car ...
Never Give a Doppelgänger the Keys to Your Car ...
29th November 2020: Stephen Alexander, a London-based writer with a PhD in modern philosophy and literature, has written a number of du Maurier related blogs, several of which we have already shared with you on our Interesting Facts page. Today we bring you his thoughts on reading the first few chapters of The Scapegoat.... More >>
Never Give a Doppelgänger the Keys to Your Car ...
<em>Rebecca movie</em> – locations video
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<em>Rebecca movie</em> – locations videoRebecca movie – locations video
<em>Rebecca movie</em> – locations video
28th November 2020: The new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca used many locations to capture the look and feel of Manderley. In Daphne du Maurier's famous novel, Manderley, the home of Maxim de Winter, his late wife Rebecca and then also home to his new second wife, is absolutely integral to the plot, another character within the story. This link includes a short article and a video ... More >>
<em>Rebecca movie</em> – locations video
Clonmere Revisited by Chris Main
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Clonmere Revisited by Chris Main
27th November 2020: Today we have a new article for you, on the Interesting Facts page of the Daphne du Maurier website. Written by Chris Main, he looks at the novel Hungry Hill and compares it to the real-life of the Puxley family, in particular Henry Puxley, known by Daphne du Maurier as Christopher... More >>
Clonmere Revisited by Chris Main
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – thoughts on the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
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The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – thoughts on the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – thoughts on the new adaptation of Rebecca
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – thoughts on the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
24th November 2020: On 21st October, the day the new adaptation of Rebecca was first screened on Netflix, the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America had a small, Covid safe, event in Dallas. They kept the group small because of social distancing but had a lovely time watching the movie together. ... More >>
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – thoughts on the new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
A letter from Daphne du Maurier explaining some short stories
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A letter from Daphne du Maurier explaining some short storiesA letter from Daphne du Maurier explaining some short stories
A letter from Daphne du Maurier explaining some short stories
22nd November 2020: The Daphne du Maurier website recently received an exciting email, which is definitely one to share with you all. This summer, a letter written by Daphne du Maurier went up for auction and the person who placed the highest bid and came away with this fabulous piece of ephemera, generously shared the contents with us. ... More >>
A letter from Daphne du Maurier explaining some short stories
Fowey Festival Online Auction - A look at the du Maurier related items
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Fowey Festival Online Auction - A look at the du Maurier related itemsFowey Festival Online Auction - A look at the du Maurier related items
Fowey Festival Online Auction - A look at the du Maurier related items
20th November 2020: The Fowey Festival online auction is offering a fantastic range of items, which you might like to bid on to treat yourself or to buy some Christmas gifts for family or friends. Many of Fowey's local businesses have made donations, as have other supporters in the area. You might like to bid on a piece of art, some jewellery, or a book. Or maybe on a treat such as a cream tea or even a stay in Fowey. For all you du Maurier followers there are some great items, in a wide range of price bands, especially for you. ... More >>
Fowey Festival Online Auction - A look at the du Maurier related items
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – event cancellation
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Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – event cancellation
18th November 2020: Sadly, but very wisely the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America has cancelled the private viewing of the 1940 Hitchcock adaptation of Rebecca, because of the coronavirus.... More >>
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – event cancellation
A SAP Zoom Event – A Virtual Discussion and Q&A of the 1963 Hitchcock Film Adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier Story: <em>The Birds</em>
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A SAP Zoom Event – A Virtual Discussion and Q&A of the 1963 Hitchcock Film Adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier Story: <em>The Birds</em>A SAP Zoom Event – A Virtual Discussion and Q&A of the 1963 Hitchcock Film Adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier Story: The Birds
A SAP Zoom Event – A Virtual Discussion and Q&A of the 1963 Hitchcock Film Adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier Story: <em>The Birds</em>
14th November 2020: The Society of Analytical Psychology is holding another of its occasional events discussing the work of Daphne du Maurier and its transferral into film. This time the subject is The Birds. The event takes place on Sunday 22nd November 2020 from 3.00 to 4.30pm. ... More >>
A SAP Zoom Event – A Virtual Discussion and Q&A of the 1963 Hitchcock Film Adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier Story: <em>The Birds</em>
The <em>Manderley Suite</em> by composer and musician Jonathan Stich
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The <em>Manderley Suite</em> by composer and musician Jonathan StichThe Manderley Suite by composer and musician Jonathan Stich
The <em>Manderley Suite</em> by composer and musician Jonathan Stich
7th November 2020: Jonathan Stich, a composer and musician, living in Switzerland, is a massive admirer of Daphne du Maurier and her writing. Inspired by Rebecca, he has written a composition for violin and piano entitled the Manderley Suite. The piece leads one through the story and echoes the characters and their passion with haunting melodies and rhythmical patterns, in a romantic and almost cinematic way. ... More >>
The <em>Manderley Suite</em> by composer and musician Jonathan Stich
National Trust article on the filming locations of the new <em>Rebecca</em> adaptation
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National Trust article on the filming locations of the new <em>Rebecca</em> adaptationNational Trust article on the filming locations of the new Rebecca adaptation
National Trust article on the filming locations of the new <em>Rebecca</em> adaptation
3rd November 2020: The National Trust has just published an article looking at the properties that were chosen for the film locations in the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca. It is not that unusual for National Trust houses, their grounds and parkland to be used in films. They are, after all, perfect settings ... More >>
National Trust article on the filming locations of the new <em>Rebecca</em> adaptation
The Cast of <em>Rebecca</em>, on Bringing Daphne Du Maurier’s Novel Alive Through Fashion
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The Cast of <em>Rebecca</em>, on Bringing Daphne Du Maurier’s Novel Alive Through FashionThe Cast of Rebecca, on Bringing Daphne Du Maurier’s Novel Alive Through Fashion
The Cast of <em>Rebecca</em>, on Bringing Daphne Du Maurier’s Novel Alive Through Fashion
2nd November 2020t: It is hard to overstate the role that clothes play in Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, says Hayley Maitland in her fabulous article for Vogue Magazine. When director Ben Wheatley committed to adapting Du Maurier’s best-loved novel for the screen, he immediately tasked costume designer Julian Day with developing each character’s wardrobe ... More >>
The Cast of <em>Rebecca</em>, on Bringing Daphne Du Maurier’s Novel Alive Through Fashion
Our website followers views on the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
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Our website followers views on the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>Our website followers views on the Netflix adaptation of Rebecca
Our website followers views on the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
31st October 2020: The critics, the broader media and people on social media have said so much about the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca, much of it not very complimentary. Today we bring you the thoughts of three knowledgeable du Maurier followers and supporters of our website.... More >>
Our website followers views on the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
A Dark, Diabolic Beauty, Daphne du Maurier, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
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A Dark, Diabolic Beauty, Daphne du Maurier, Bodmin Moor, CornwallA Dark, Diabolic Beauty, Daphne du Maurier, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
A Dark, Diabolic Beauty, Daphne du Maurier, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
28th October 2020: A few weeks ago, we shared with you the first of Jo Wing's fascinating blogs about Daphne du Maurier. Today we bring you a second treat. This time Jo talks to us about Bodmin Moor, from three perspectives... More >>
A Dark, Diabolic Beauty, Daphne du Maurier, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
An article about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on 'The Conversation' website
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An article about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on 'The Conversation' websiteAn article about the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca on 'The Conversation' website
An article about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on 'The Conversation' website
27th October 2020: This week Netflix returned to Manderley with a modern interpretation of Daphne du Maurier's classic novel Rebecca. Du Maurier expert Laura Varnam has already written several du Maurier related articles for 'The Conversation'. In her newest piece, she tells us what this new 21st-century adaptation of Rebecca has to offer its audience and how it interprets the original story in a new and thought-provoking way... More >>
An article about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on 'The Conversation' website
My Fave Places: Dr Laura Varnam's du Maurier Country
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My Fave Places: Dr Laura Varnam's du Maurier CountryMy Fave Places: Dr Laura Varnam's du Maurier Country
My Fave Places: Dr Laura Varnam's du Maurier Country
25th October 2020: Muddy Stilettos Cornwall is, an online, indispensable and witty guide to the best of Cornwall and all it has to offer, whether it's foodie hotspots, stylish boltholes, day trips, hotels, or walks. This week in the Muddy Stilettos occasional series, My Fave Places, we find Dr Laura Varnam in du Maurier Country. ... More >>
My Fave Places: Dr Laura Varnam's du Maurier Country
St Austell Voice reports on new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
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St Austell Voice reports on new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>St Austell Voice reports on new adaptation of Rebecca
St Austell Voice reports on new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
23rd October 2020: If you live in the Fowey and St Austell area, you may well have seen a short feature discussing the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca, in this week’s issue. We were delighted when journalist Natashia Swift messaged me from the newspaper last week. She asked if she could put some questions to me about what it is that makes Daphne du Maurier’s work so timeless and why it continues to keep generations of people entertained... More >>
St Austell Voice reports on new adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
Ten Daphne du Maurier adaptations to watch after <em>Rebecca</em>
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Ten Daphne du Maurier adaptations to watch after <em>Rebecca</em>Ten Daphne du Maurier adaptations to watch after Rebecca
Ten Daphne du Maurier adaptations to watch after <em>Rebecca</em>
22nd October 2020: Flora Watkins, who writes such excellent articles about, or including, Daphne du Maurier and her work, that she feels as if she is part of the team here at the Daphne du Maurier website, has written another great article this week. Published in the Spectator, Ten Daphne du Maurier adaptations to watch after Rebecca is a fabulous article... More >>
Ten Daphne du Maurier adaptations to watch after <em>Rebecca</em>
Today’s the Day – Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> is streaming from today - 21st October
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Today’s the Day – Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> is streaming from today - 21st OctoberToday’s the Day – Netflix adaptation of Rebecca is streaming from today - 21st October
Today’s the Day – Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> is streaming from today - 21st October
21st October 2020: Today is indeed the day that we have been waiting for, the day that Netflix screen their new adaptation of Rebecca. We have followed the filming and the post-production with much excitement. We have been reading endless articles and comments, from every part of the media, for weeks, and at last, the day has arrived!... More >>
Today’s the Day – Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> is streaming from today - 21st October
Kristin Scott Thomas talks about her role in <em>Rebecca</em> on the Graham Norton Show - 23rd October
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Kristin Scott Thomas talks about her role in <em>Rebecca</em> on the Graham Norton Show - 23rd October Kristin Scott Thomas talks about her role in Rebecca on the Graham Norton Show - 23rd October
Kristin Scott Thomas talks about her role in <em>Rebecca</em> on the Graham Norton Show - 23rd October
20th October 2020: UK viewers will be able to see Kristin Scott Thomas talking to Graham Norton on his Friday night chat show this Friday evening, 23rd October at 10.45pm. They will discuss Kristin’s role as Mrs Danvers in the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca.... More >>
Kristin Scott Thomas talks about her role in <em>Rebecca</em> on the Graham Norton Show - 23rd October
To remind you about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st October
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To remind you about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st OctoberTo remind you about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of Rebecca on 21st October
To remind you about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st October
19th October 2020:The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America has sent us a lovely poster reminding everyone of their special screening of the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca on 21st October. ... More >>
To remind you about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st October
From Best Seller to Best Picture: Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em> through The British Newspaper Archives
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From Best Seller to Best Picture: Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em> through The British Newspaper ArchivesFrom Best Seller to Best Picture: Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca through The British Newspaper Archives
From Best Seller to Best Picture: Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em> through The British Newspaper Archives
18th October 2020: Rose Staveley-Wadham has written a fabulous article on the passage of Daphne du Maurier’s most popular and well-known novel Rebecca from publication, to bestseller, to West End play, and then Oscar-winning movie. ... More >>
From Best Seller to Best Picture: Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em> through The British Newspaper Archives
From Menabilly to Manderley – the location of Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em>
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From Menabilly to Manderley – the location of Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em> From Menabilly to Manderley – the location of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca
From Menabilly to Manderley – the location of Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em>
17th October 2020: The forthcoming adaptation of Rebecca, due for release on 21st October, is generating a considerable amount of interest. This week Tatler Magazine includes a beautiful article, looking at Menabilly, the inspiration for the location of Maxim de Winter’s house, Manderley, in the novel Rebecca. Menabilly was later to become Daphne du Maurier’s home.... More >>
From Menabilly to Manderley – the location of Daphne du Maurier’s <em>Rebecca</em>
An Interview with Tatiana de Rosnay about the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
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An Interview with Tatiana de Rosnay about the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>An Interview with Tatiana de Rosnay about the Netflix adaptation of Rebecca
An Interview with Tatiana de Rosnay about the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
15th October 2020: It was an enormous pleasure for me when, earlier this month, Tatiana de Rosnay agreed to be interviewed by me about the forthcoming Netflix adaptation of Rebecca. Tatiana, as Daphne du Maurier's biographer, is one of the very few people who have been able to see the new film ahead of the rest of us... More >>
An Interview with Tatiana de Rosnay about the Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
Daphne du Maurier’s granddaughter Grace Browning talks to us about the forthcoming Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
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Daphne du Maurier’s granddaughter Grace Browning talks to us about the forthcoming Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>Daphne du Maurier’s granddaughter Grace Browning talks to us about the forthcoming Netflix adaptation of Rebecca
Daphne du Maurier’s granddaughter Grace Browning talks to us about the forthcoming Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
14th October 2020: Grace Browning, Daphne du Maurier’s granddaughter, has written an article for us about the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca. It is a treat for all of us to have a contribution from a member of Daphne’s family, and we are absolutely delighted to bring this article to you.... More >>
Daphne du Maurier’s granddaughter Grace Browning talks to us about the forthcoming Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
Anticipation for Rebecca, a blog by Suzi Bamblett
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Anticipation for Rebecca, a blog by Suzi Bamblett
13th October 2020: In February 2019 retired teacher, creative writing graduate and blogger Suzi Bamblett contributed an article to our website's About Daphne du Maurier page entitled An Imagined Dialogue between Daphne du Maurier and Susan Bamblett. Now, as we await the screening of the new Netflix adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's beautiful novel Rebecca, Suzi has sent us her latest blog called Anticipation for Rebecca. It will shortly appear on her own website, but she is sharing it with us first. ... More >>
Anticipation for Rebecca, a blog by Suzi Bamblett
Another opportunity to see <em>Daphne du Maurier: In the Footsteps of Rebecca</em> on 16th October
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Another opportunity to see <em>Daphne du Maurier: In the Footsteps of Rebecca</em> on 16th OctoberAnother opportunity to see Daphne du Maurier: In the Footsteps of Rebecca on 16th October
Another opportunity to see <em>Daphne du Maurier: In the Footsteps of Rebecca</em> on 16th October
13th October 2020: The documentary Daphné du Maurier: sur les traces de Rebecca, which translates as Daphne du Maurier: In the Footsteps of Rebecca, directed by Elisabeth Schlumberger and produced by Patricia Houtart and Francois Duplat in 2017 is to be screened again on PBS America on 16th October at 8.15pm, UK time, and then again a little later at 12 (midnight) on the same evening. ... More >>
Another opportunity to see <em>Daphne du Maurier: In the Footsteps of Rebecca</em> on 16th October
Ned du Maurier Browning revisits memories of childhood in Cornwall with his famous Grandmother
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Ned du Maurier Browning revisits memories of childhood in Cornwall with his famous GrandmotherNed du Maurier Browning revisits memories of childhood in Cornwall with his famous Grandmother
Ned du Maurier Browning revisits memories of childhood in Cornwall with his famous Grandmother
12th October 2020: There is a fascinating article in Tatler Magazine today, published to coincide with the new Netflix adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s most famous novel Rebecca, which will be screened in just a few days, on 21st October. In this article, Ned du Maurier Browning shares with us his memories of happy holidays at Kilmarth, his famous grandmother, Daphne du Maurier’s home... More >>
Ned du Maurier Browning revisits memories of childhood in Cornwall with his famous Grandmother
Five Books interviews Dr Laura Varnam about <em>Rebecca</em>
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Five Books interviews Dr Laura Varnam about <em>Rebecca</em>Five Books interviews Dr Laura Varnam about Rebecca
Five Books interviews Dr Laura Varnam about <em>Rebecca</em>
10th October 2020: Ahead of the release of the new Netflix adaptation of Du Maurier’s Rebecca the website Five Books interviewed expert Dr Laura Varnam (University College, Oxford) about the novel. ... More >>
Five Books interviews Dr Laura Varnam about <em>Rebecca</em>
Susan Hill named in Queen's Birthday Honours list
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Susan Hill named in Queen's Birthday Honours listSusan Hill named in Queen's Birthday Honours list
Susan Hill named in Queen's Birthday Honours list
10th October 2020: Susan Hill is among those named in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list, which was announced a little late this year because of the pandemic. Novelist Susan Hill has been made a dame for her services to literature. On receiving the news, she said... More >>
Susan Hill named in Queen's Birthday Honours list
Lily James interview in Harper’s Bazaar Magazine November 2020
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Lily James interview in Harper’s Bazaar Magazine November 2020
7th October: The November issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, published on 1st October 2020, includes a fascinating interview with Lily James in which she discusses her role as the second Mrs de Winter in the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca (released on 21st October). The article also includes some beautiful images of Lily wearing gorgeous outfits, in that stylish way which is so familiar to us if we read the magazine regularly ... More >>
Lily James interview in Harper’s Bazaar Magazine November 2020
ITV West Country News comes to Fowey to talk about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
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ITV West Country News comes to Fowey to talk about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>ITV West Country News comes to Fowey to talk about the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca
ITV West Country News comes to Fowey to talk about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
6th October 2020: Recently, ITV West Country asked my friend, colleague and du Maurier expert, Lynn Goold, and I to take part in a news item about Daphne du Maurier and the new adaptation of Rebecca which will be streamed on Netflix on 21st October. We were delighted to take part and met up with Grace Pascoe, Cornwall Correspondent for ITV News West Country, on a rainy day in late September... More >>
ITV West Country News comes to Fowey to talk about the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em>
A reminder about the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s up-coming events
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A reminder about the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s up-coming events  A reminder about the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s up-coming events
A reminder about the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s up-coming events
5th October 2020: The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America has a number of events coming up during the next few weeks and has sent us one of their gorgeous posters with the information about them so that we can update everyone.... More >>
A reminder about the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s up-coming events
<em>Rebecca</em> posters designed by British graphic designer Julian House
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<em>Rebecca</em> posters designed by British graphic designer Julian House
2nd October 2020: Yesterday we brought you news of the TV tie-in edition of Rebecca which is published on 8th October. The cover has been designed by British graphic designer Julian House, and today we have a treat for you because we can show you three other designs that were created during the process of designing the chosen cover image... More >>
<em>Rebecca</em> posters designed by British graphic designer Julian House
Virago publishes a beautiful film tie-in edition of <em>Rebecca</em> on 8th October
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Virago publishes a beautiful film tie-in edition of <em>Rebecca</em> on 8th OctoberVirago publishes a beautiful film tie-in edition of Rebecca on 8th October
Virago publishes a beautiful film tie-in edition of <em>Rebecca</em> on 8th October
1st October 2020: Virago has just announced that they have published this beautiful film tie-in edition of Daphne du Maurier's iconic novel Rebecca. It will be available from 8th October, giving you plenty of time to read or re-read this fabulous novel before you watch the film on Netflix on 21st October.... More >>
Virago publishes a beautiful film tie-in edition of <em>Rebecca</em> on 8th October
Countryfile Magazine takes us to the Hartland Peninsula, one of the film locations for <em>Rebecca</em>
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Countryfile Magazine takes us to the Hartland Peninsula, one of the film locations for <em>Rebecca</em>Countryfile Magazine takes us to the Hartland Peninsula, one of the film locations for Rebecca
Countryfile Magazine takes us to the Hartland Peninsula, one of the film locations for <em>Rebecca</em>
29th September 2020: The October 2020 issue of Countryfile Magazine is packed with exciting articles, and particularly the one which takes us to the Hartland Peninsula, Devon. It was here that one of the most important scenes in the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca was filmed.... More >>
Countryfile Magazine takes us to the Hartland Peninsula, one of the film locations for <em>Rebecca</em>
Viewing the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on Wednesday 21st October
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Viewing the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on Wednesday 21st October Viewing the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca on Wednesday 21st October
Viewing the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on Wednesday 21st October
28th September 2020: The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America have come up with the lovely idea about watching the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca. Because their members live throughout North America and in England, not everyone will be able to attend the watch party in Dallas... More >>
Viewing the new Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> on Wednesday 21st October
A podcast discussing the novel and both film adaptations of <em>The Scapegoat</em> by Daphne du Maurier
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A podcast discussing the novel and both film adaptations of <em>The Scapegoat</em> by Daphne du MaurierA podcast discussing the novel and both film adaptations of The Scapegoat by Daphne du Maurier
A podcast discussing the novel and both film adaptations of <em>The Scapegoat</em> by Daphne du Maurier
27th September 2020: Du Maurier expert Dr Laura Varnam was a guest on the Modern Life podcast, hosted by Tabby Pawlitzki, to discuss Daphne’s 1957 novel The Scapegoat and its two film adaptations: the 1959 version starring Alec Guinness and Bette Davis, and the 2012 version starring Matthew Rhys, Eileen Atkins, and Sheridan Smith. ... More >>
A podcast discussing the novel and both film adaptations of <em>The Scapegoat</em> by Daphne du Maurier
Cornwall Life Magazine article about the Rook with the Book in Fowey
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Cornwall Life Magazine article about the Rook with the Book in Fowey
26th September 2020: The October 2020 issue of Cornwall Life Magazine includes a super article on the Rook with a Book sculpture which, after two years at Berrill’s Yard, Fowey, is now settled on Town Quay, probably the most popular location in Fowey and one where hundreds of people will see her... More >>
Cornwall Life Magazine article about the Rook with the Book in Fowey
Watch the film of <em>The Birds</em> with The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
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Watch the film of <em>The Birds</em> with The Daphne du Maurier Society of North AmericaWatch the film of The Birds with The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
Watch the film of <em>The Birds</em> with The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
21st September 2020: The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America is happy to be able to tell us that coronavirus cased have plummeted in Texas. So, they can invite their members to a big screen showing of Alfred Hitchcock’s adaptation of The Birds on 13th October... More >>
Watch the film of <em>The Birds</em> with The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
Would you like to donate to the Brontë Parsonage Museum Appeal?
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Would you like to donate to the Brontë Parsonage Museum Appeal?Would you like to donate to the Brontë Parsonage Museum Appeal?
Would you like to donate to the Brontë Parsonage Museum Appeal?
19th September 2020: Many charitable organisations have been struggling financially since the coronavirus came into our lives, and many of you will have already given generously, to help those that are dear to your heart. The Brontë Society is one such organisation that is currently struggling. Because the Brontës were so dear to Daphne du Maurier’s heart, it seems right to give this appeal a mention here on her website, ... More >>
Would you like to donate to the Brontë Parsonage Museum Appeal?
A reminder about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st October.
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A reminder about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st October.A reminder about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of Rebecca on 21st October.
A reminder about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st October.
16th September 2020: The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America has sent us a lovely poster reminding everyone of their special screening of the new Netflix adaptation of Rebecca on 21st October.... More >>
A reminder about The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America’s screening of <em>Rebecca</em> on 21st October.
Netflix adapt <em>Rebecca</em> from Daphne du Maurier’s iconic novel
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Netflix adapt <em>Rebecca</em> from Daphne du Maurier’s iconic novelNetflix adapt Rebecca from Daphne du Maurier’s iconic novel
Netflix adapt <em>Rebecca</em> from Daphne du Maurier’s iconic novel
15th September 2020: The Netflix adaptation of Rebecca is influenced by Daphne du Maurier’s iconic novel, not by any of the previous film and television productions. Read this excellent article... More >>
Netflix adapt <em>Rebecca</em> from Daphne du Maurier’s iconic novel
The Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> - A poster
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The Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> - A posterThe Netflix adaptation of Rebecca - A poster
The Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> - A poster
14th September 2020: We wanted to share with you all, an image of the Netflix poster for their new adaptation of Rebecca, which will be screened from 21st October. So, just five weeks to wait!... More >>
The Netflix adaptation of <em>Rebecca</em> - A poster
Dame Diana Rigg dies aged 82
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Dame Diana Rigg dies aged 82 Dame Diana Rigg dies aged 82
Dame Diana Rigg dies aged 82
11th September 2020: it is with sadness that we bring you the news that Dame Diana Rigg has died aged 82. She was one of our finest classically trained British actresses, famous for roles as diverse as Emma Peel in The Avengers, the title role in the film Hedda Gabler, and Lady Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones. But at this time when the new adaptation of Rebecca is on the lips of every Daphne du Maurier follower, we must not forget that Diana Rigg was once Mrs Danvers.... More >>
Dame Diana Rigg dies aged 82
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - a date for your diaries
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The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - a date for your diariesThe Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - a date for your diaries
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - a date for your diaries
9th September 2020: The new film adaptation of Rebecca will be released on Netflix on 21st October. On that evening members of the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America are invited to join the Kinney’s and see the film in Dallas.... More >>
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - a date for your diaries
<em>Rebecca</em> – A trailer for the new adaptation is here
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<em>Rebecca</em> – A trailer for the new adaptation is hereRebecca – A trailer for the new adaptation is here
<em>Rebecca</em> – A trailer for the new adaptation is here
8th September 2020: The long-awaited new adaptation of Rebecca moves a step closer today as Netflix releases the first trailer for the film. ... More >>
<em>Rebecca</em> – A trailer for the new adaptation is here
The end of an era at Bookends of Fowey
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The end of an era at Bookends of FoweyThe end of an era at Bookends of Fowey
The end of an era at Bookends of Fowey
24th August 2020: Bookends of Fowey has closed. We have sold our bookshop and are about to start our retirement, but rest assured the bookshop will reopen, under new ownership, shortly. ... More >>
The end of an era at Bookends of Fowey
<em>Rebecca</em> film to be released by Netflix on 21st October 2020 – it’s official
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<em>Rebecca</em> film to be released by Netflix on 21st October 2020 – it’s officialRebecca film to be released by Netflix on 21st October 2020 – it’s official
<em>Rebecca</em> film to be released by Netflix on 21st October 2020 – it’s official
5th August 2020: After much speculation and rumour we can now confirm that the new adaptation of Rebecca, based on Daphne du Maurier’s most famous 1938 novel of the same name, is to be released on Netflix on 21st October.... More >>
<em>Rebecca</em> film to be released by Netflix on 21st October 2020 – it’s official
Olivia de Havilland dies age 104
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Olivia de Havilland dies age 104Olivia de Havilland dies age 104
Olivia de Havilland dies age 104
26th July 2020: Hollywood star Olivia de Havilland, who celebrated her 104th birthday on 1st July, died yesterday, in Paris. To nearly everyone she is probably best remembered for her role in the 1939 film Gone With the Wind. ... More >>
Olivia de Havilland dies age 104
There will be no Literary Festival in Fowey in 2020
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There will be no Literary Festival in Fowey in 2020There will be no Literary Festival in Fowey in 2020
There will be no Literary Festival in Fowey in 2020
2nd July 2020: The 2020 Fowey Festival, which was initially postponed from May until September because of the Covid-19 pandemic has been cancelled. The Fowey Festival Board of Trustees have been monitoring the situation throughout the past months, but have now, with heavy hearts, announced that the Fowey Festival will not take place this year.... More >>

https://foweyfestival.com


There will be no Literary Festival in Fowey in 2020
Another opportunity to see the Daphne du Maurier Documentary <em>In Rebecca’s Footsteps</em>
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Another opportunity to see the Daphne du Maurier Documentary <em>In Rebecca’s Footsteps</em>Another opportunity to see the Daphne du Maurier Documentary In Rebecca’s Footsteps
Another opportunity to see the Daphne du Maurier Documentary <em>In Rebecca’s Footsteps</em>
30th June 2020: There is another opportunity to see the Daphne du Maurier documentary In Rebecca’s Footsteps, on the PBS America channel, on Friday 3rd July at 7.15pm. This is not a channel everyone can get but, if you have Freeview Play, you will find it on Channel 91.... More >>
Another opportunity to see the Daphne du Maurier Documentary <em>In Rebecca’s Footsteps</em>
The Rook with a Book arrives at her new home on Fowey Town Quay
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The Rook with a Book arrives at her new home on Fowey Town QuayThe Rook with a Book arrives at her new home on Fowey Town Quay
The Rook with a Book arrives at her new home on Fowey Town Quay
25th June 2020: The Rook has now flown from Berrills Yard and has landed safely at Town Quay, where she looks tremendous!!! ... More >>
The Rook with a Book arrives at her new home on Fowey Town Quay
The continuing story of the Rook with a Book
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The continuing story of the Rook with a BookThe continuing story of the Rook with a Book
The continuing story of the Rook with a Book
20th June 2020: Back in February we told you that Isla, the Rook with a book, would be moving from her home by the lifeboat at Berrills Yard, to the Town Quay, in March. Of course, Covid-19 put a stop to just about everything in March, but during the last week, there has been some exciting activity taking place on Fowey Town Quay.... More >>
The continuing story of the Rook with a Book
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – July 2020 meeting is cancelled
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Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – July 2020 meeting is cancelledDaphne du Maurier Society of North America – July 2020 meeting is cancelled
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – July 2020 meeting is cancelled
10th June 2020: We are sorry to announce that the next meeting for the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America, which was planned for 5th July, has been cancelled. ... More >>
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America – July 2020 meeting is cancelled
A Delicious Article called <em>Bookish Cakes: from Proust to Barbara Pym</em> by Flora Watkins
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A Delicious Article called <em>Bookish Cakes: from Proust to Barbara Pym</em> by Flora WatkinsA Delicious Article called Bookish Cakes: from Proust to Barbara Pym by Flora Watkins
A Delicious Article called <em>Bookish Cakes: from Proust to Barbara Pym</em> by Flora Watkins
28th May 2020: A fabulous article to cheer everyone up at this difficult time, what could be better than an article about books and cakes. Many of you will remember the beautiful piece that Flora Watkins wrote for ... More >>
A Delicious Article called <em>Bookish Cakes: from Proust to Barbara Pym</em> by Flora Watkins
Daphne du Maurier Perpetual Calendar
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Daphne du Maurier Perpetual Calendar
22nd May 2020: If you have not come across this before, let me introduce you to the Daphne du Maurier Perpetual Calendar. Twelve beautiful images of Daphne du Maurier’s homes and other places that she is associated with, painted by Pat Thuysbaert, who is based in Looe, Cornwall. ... More >>
Daphne du Maurier Perpetual Calendar
Happy Birthday Daphne
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Happy Birthday DaphneHappy Birthday Daphne
Happy Birthday Daphne
13th May 2020: Daphne du Maurier was born on May 13th 1907 and died on April 19th 1989. Each May for the last twenty-four years there has been a literary festival in Fowey which, in part, celebrates the life and work of Daphne du Maurier, the town’s most influential writer. Traditionally the festival has taken place during the week of Daphne’s birthday... More >>
Happy Birthday Daphne
<em>Richard & Judy: Keep Reading and Carry On</em>
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<em>Richard & Judy: Keep Reading and Carry On</em> Richard & Judy: Keep Reading and Carry On
<em>Richard & Judy: Keep Reading and Carry On</em>
4th May 2020: Richard & Judy: Keep Reading and Carry On is a new programme starting today (Monday 4th May 2020) and screening each afternoon until Friday, at 5-30pm on Channel 4. Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan are well known to millions of people for their daytime television programmes and the Richard and Judy Book Club. Fans of the Fowey Festival will also have seen them speak at our literary festival in Fowey.... More >>
<em>Richard & Judy: Keep Reading and Carry On</em>
Daphne du Maurier’s short story <em>The Birds</em>
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Daphne du Maurier’s short story <em>The Birds</em>Daphne du Maurier’s short story The Birds
Daphne du Maurier’s short story <em>The Birds</em>
26th April 2020: Here at the Daphne du Maurier website, we thought you might be interested in this article from Irish film director, screenwriter, novelist and short story writer Neil Jordan. In it he shares his thoughts on the current situation regarding Covid-19, dystopian novels and Daphne du Maurier’s short story The Birds. It makes fascinating reading. ... More >>

https://www.hotpress.com/culture/neil-jordan-letters-home-covid-19-odd-way-shown-paucity-imaginations-22813175


Daphne du Maurier’s short story <em>The Birds</em>
Hitchcock's <em>Rebecca</em> film is 80 years old
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Hitchcock's <em>Rebecca</em> film is 80 years oldHitchcock's Rebecca film is 80 years old
Hitchcock's <em>Rebecca</em> film is 80 years old
14th April 2020: This week celebrates the 80th anniversary of the first screening of Rebecca, the classic film of Daphne du Maurier's most famous novel.... More >>
Hitchcock's <em>Rebecca</em> film is 80 years old
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - May meeting cancelled
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Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - May meeting cancelledDaphne du Maurier Society of North America - May meeting cancelled
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - May meeting cancelled
12th April 2020; Unsurprisingly, but with regret, the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America has cancelled its next meeting which was to take place on 13th May 2020. The meeting would have been a celebration of Daphne's birthday.... More >>
Daphne du Maurier Society of North America - May meeting cancelled
Happy Easter Everyone
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Happy Easter EveryoneHappy Easter Everyone
Happy Easter Everyone
11th April 2020: Wishing everyone at the Daphne du Maurier website and on our Facebook and Twitter pages a Very Happy Stay at Home Easter. ... More >>
Happy Easter Everyone
FUNDRAISING TO SAVE FOWEY FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND LITERATURE: A plea from Ann and David at Bookends of Fowey
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FUNDRAISING TO SAVE FOWEY FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND LITERATURE: A plea from Ann and David at Bookends of FoweyFUNDRAISING TO SAVE FOWEY FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND LITERATURE: A plea from Ann and David at Bookends of Fowey
FUNDRAISING TO SAVE FOWEY FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND LITERATURE: A plea from Ann and David at Bookends of Fowey
5th April 2020: Thank you very, very much to the 30 lovely people who have been kind enough to donate to the fund during the first five days of this appeal, which aims to save the Festival, for everyone, the visitors who enjoy coming to Fowey and the people who live and work in Fowey and need the Festival as an essential part of their yearly income.... More >>

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/displayCharityCampaignPage.action?campaignId=11702


FUNDRAISING TO SAVE FOWEY FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND LITERATURE: A plea from Ann and David at Bookends of Fowey
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America Inaugural Meeting – a write-up
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The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America Inaugural Meeting – a write-up The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America Inaugural Meeting – a write-up
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America Inaugural Meeting – a write-up
28th March 2020: The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America held their inaugural meeting at the beginning of March. Even with the events that were beginning to take shape as coronavirus spread across the world, who could have imagined, on that day, how much the world would have altered in the following days and weeks. This week we were absolutely delighted to receive the write up of that very special meeting, and we are happy to be able to share it with you now as we think about our dear fellow Daphne du Maurier enthusiasts across the Atlantic. ... More >>

https://daphnedumauriersociety.org/


The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America Inaugural Meeting – a write-up
A word about Daphne du Maurier’s short stories
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A word about Daphne du Maurier’s short storiesA word about Daphne du Maurier’s short stories
A word about Daphne du Maurier’s short stories
27th March 2020: Daphne du Maurier wrote over fifty short stories, many of which have a dark side or an unexpected twist in their tale, but sometimes are mocking or funny or simply beautiful in their own right. Currently, with much on our minds, a short story might be just what we need to take us away from the worries of coronavirus for a while. ... More >>
A word about Daphne du Maurier’s short stories
Daphne du Maurier's books are a suggested read on many people's lists
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Daphne du Maurier's books are a suggested read on many people's listsDaphne du Maurier's books are a suggested read on many people's lists
Daphne du Maurier's books are a suggested read on many people's lists
26th March 2020: Many people are posting listings of recommended books to read while we are all confined to our homes, and to our great joy, Daphne du Maurier is nearly always one of the authors listed. Many of you will know her work already. If you haven't read her, I want to tell you a little bit about her writing. ... More >>
Daphne du Maurier's books are a suggested read on many people's lists
Daphne du Maurier Short Story Inspires Fashion Collection
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Daphne du Maurier Short Story Inspires Fashion CollectionDaphne du Maurier Short Story Inspires Fashion Collection
Daphne du Maurier Short Story Inspires Fashion Collection
11th March 2020: Fashion designers Thea Bregazzi and Justin Thornton, creators of the fashion label Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, have taken inspiration from Daphne du Maurier short story Don’t Look Now, and its famous film adaptation of the same name directed by Nicholas Roeg.... More >>
Daphne du Maurier Short Story Inspires Fashion Collection
A Special Day Out at Jamaica Inn – Saturday 28th March 2020
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A Special Day Out at Jamaica Inn – Saturday 28th March 2020A Special Day Out at Jamaica Inn – Saturday 28th March 2020
A Special Day Out at Jamaica Inn – Saturday 28th March 2020
The National Women’s Register Roseland invite you to join them on a special day out at the traditional Cornish Jamaica Inn Hotel on Bodmin Moor. On Saturday 28th March 2020 they are hosting a day for members and non-members which will focus on Daphne du Maurier and includes a talk by du Maurier expert Lynn Gould.... More >>
A Special Day Out at Jamaica Inn – Saturday 28th March 2020
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America is meeting on Sunday 1st March 2020
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The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America is meeting on Sunday 1st March 2020The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America is meeting on Sunday 1st March 2020
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America is meeting on Sunday 1st March 2020
23rd February 2020: As a group, the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America will be considering Daphne’s novel Rebecca throughout the year 2020. For those of you living in North America, here is a reminder that you can join the Society for a luncheon in honour of Daphne du Maurier... More >>

https://daphnedumauriersociety.org/


The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America is meeting on Sunday 1st March 2020
The Rook with a Book to have a new home in Fowey
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The Rook with a Book to have a new home in FoweyThe Rook with a Book to have a new home in Fowey
The Rook with a Book to have a new home in Fowey
22nd February 2020: In March 2018, the Rook with a Book became a significant piece of public art in Fowey. Sculpted by father and son team Gary and Thomas Thrussell and installed at Berrills Yard. Initially, the Rook was loaned to the Town by Thrussells for a period of two years. However, we are very happy to be able to announce that she is to stay in Fowey... More >>
The Rook with a Book to have a new home in Fowey
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> - the ongoing mystery about Rachel
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<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> - the ongoing mystery about Rachel My Cousin Rachel - the ongoing mystery about Rachel
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> - the ongoing mystery about Rachel
21st February 2020: The television screening of the 2017 film My Cousin Rachel, starring Rachel Weisz in the titular role, has inevitable prompted viewers to ask questions. Was Rachel good or evil, angel or devil, saint or poisoner, Ambrose’s grieving widow or his murderer? My Cousin Rachel has been discussed in many articles over the years, and there has been much speculation about the character of Rachel. ... More >>
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> - the ongoing mystery about Rachel
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> starring Rachel Weisz on Film4 this evening
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<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> starring Rachel Weisz on Film4 this eveningMy Cousin Rachel starring Rachel Weisz on Film4 this evening
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> starring Rachel Weisz on Film4 this evening
19th February 2020:The 2017 adaptation of My Cousin Rachel based on the 1951 novel by Daphne du Maurier is being shown on Film4 at 9pm this evening. Rachel Weisz stars as Rachel and Sam Claflin as Phillip, ... More >>
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> starring Rachel Weisz on Film4 this evening
New York Public Library’s 125 Books We Love
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New York Public Library’s 125 Books We LoveNew York Public Library’s 125 Books We Love
New York Public Library’s 125 Books We Love
15th February 2020: New York Public Library is celebrating its 125th anniversary and, we agree with them that, this is the perfect moment to celebrate and reaffirm the enduring power of libraries. One of the ways that they are doing this is by honouring, 125 books We Love, the books that made us fall in love with reading from the past 125 years. We are especially happy to see that Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is included in the 125. ... More >>

https://www.foweyfestival.com


New York Public Library’s 125 Books We Love
Happy Valentine’s Day
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Happy Valentine’s DayHappy Valentine’s Day
Happy Valentine’s Day
14th February 2020: The Daphne du Maurier website, and Bookends of Fowey, wish everyone who loves Daphne du Maurier and her writing a very happy Valentines Day, and shares with you photographs of the Valentine’s Day window at Bookends. Thank you, Suzanne, for the fabulous window display. You will notice that a copy of Frenchman’s Creek is centre front in the display. ... More >>
Happy Valentine’s Day
The play of <em>My Cousin Rachel</em> final performances
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The play of <em>My Cousin Rachel</em> final performances The play of My Cousin Rachel final performances
The play of <em>My Cousin Rachel</em> final performances
9th February 2020: The Theatre Royal Bath’s popular and highly successful tour of My Cousin Rachel reached its final performance at the Richmond Theatre on Saturday. James Thatcher, a keen follower of Daphne du Maurier and member of The Daphne du Maurier website Facebook page and the Daphne du Maurier Society Facebook page, attended the last matinee yesterday afternoon... More >>
The play of <em>My Cousin Rachel</em> final performances
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
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The Daphne du Maurier Society of North AmericaThe Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
3rd February 2020: The Daphne du Maurier website welcomes the Daphne du Maurier Society of North America, a new society formed by a group of people, with a passion for Daphne du Maurier and her works, their intention being to met four times a year to discuss the novels, short stories, social history, critical reviews, film adaptations and the life of Daphne du Maurier. ... More >>
The Daphne du Maurier Society of North America
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour’s final week is in Richmond
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<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour’s final week is in RichmondMy Cousin Rachel tour’s final week is in Richmond
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour’s final week is in Richmond
29th January 2020: The Theatre Royal Bath’s popular and highly successful tour of My Cousin Rachel reaches its final week next week. Performances will take place at the Richmond Theatre from Monday 3rd to Saturday 8th February. Performances begin at 7.30pm, with matinee’s on Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30pm. If you haven’t seen the play already do, try to get to Richmond during the last week of its run. ... More >>
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour’s final week is in Richmond
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour in Chichester – Tuesday 28th January - Saturday 1st February
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<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour in Chichester – Tuesday 28th January - Saturday 1st FebruaryMy Cousin Rachel tour in Chichester – Tuesday 28th January - Saturday 1st February
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour in Chichester – Tuesday 28th January - Saturday 1st February
24th January 2020: The Theatre Royal Bath Productions tour of My Cousin Rachel reaches the Chichester Festival Theatre for the week Tuesday 28th January to Saturday 1st February. Performances begin at 7.30pm with matinees starting at 2.30pm on Thursday and Saturday. Box office: 01243 781312. ... More >>
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour in Chichester – Tuesday 28th January - Saturday 1st February
Screening of <em>The Scapegoat</em>, followed by a panel discussion
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Screening of <em>The Scapegoat</em>, followed by a panel discussionScreening of The Scapegoat, followed by a panel discussion
Screening of <em>The Scapegoat</em>, followed by a panel discussion
21st January 2020: An event not to be missed takes place on Sunday 2nd February at Hampstead Everyman Cinema. The Society for Analytical Psychology presents a screening of the 1959 adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s novel The Scapegoat, followed by a panel discussion, with three Jungian analysts from the Society of Analytical Psychology, including Daphne du Maurier’s Grandson, Rupert Tower... More >>
Screening of <em>The Scapegoat</em>, followed by a panel discussion
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Sheffield - Monday 20th to Saturday 25th January
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<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Sheffield - Monday 20th to Saturday 25th JanuaryMy Cousin Rachel tour moves to Sheffield - Monday 20th to Saturday 25th January
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Sheffield - Monday 20th to Saturday 25th January
17th January 2020: Theatre Royal Bath Productions presents Helen George in My Cousin Rachel, at the Lyceum Theatre Sheffield from 20th to 25th January. Performances begin at 7.45pm with matinees starting at 2pm on Thursday and 3pm on Saturday. My Cousin Rachel is based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier, adapted by Joseph O’Connor and directed by Anthony Banks. You are in for a treat, so do try to get a ticket. ... More >>
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Sheffield - Monday 20th to Saturday 25th January
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Cambridge Arts Theatre
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<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Cambridge Arts TheatreMy Cousin Rachel tour moves to Cambridge Arts Theatre
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Cambridge Arts Theatre
6th January 2020: Following a short Christmas and New Year break the tour of My Cousin Rachel starring Helen George, Simon Shepherd and Jack Holden moves to the Cambridge Arts Theatre for the week January 13th – 18th. ... More >>
<em>My Cousin Rachel</em> tour moves to Cambridge Arts Theatre
Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier followers
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Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier followers Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier followers
Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier followers
1st January 2020: The Daphne du Maurier website wishes you a very Happy New Year and extends a warm welcome as you join us through the pages at this site. Whether this is your first visit, or if you are coming back to us as a regular follower, we look forward to sharing news and information with you all, as we move into 2020 and all that the coming year will hold. ... More >>

http://www.dumaurier.org/index.php


Happy New Year to all Daphne du Maurier followers

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