Gwyn Griffiths July 11, 2018

Plays are written to be performed but that does not mean that they don’t make great reading. That is true of this collection of essentially working-class plays which are a robust, haunting and rich portrayal of Cornwall’s past. The Last Voyage of Alfred Wallis by Donald R Rowe is the poignant story of the last years of artist Alfred Wallis’s life. Wallis had been a sailor, fisherman and rag-and-bone man who at the age of…

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