Pamflet ❤ Port Eliot

That’s right, come 21 July the Pamfmobile will be crammed with hats, dresses, posters, zines, prittstick and other essential tat and rumbling down to Cornwall for the Port Eliot Festival – eeeeeeeekkkk!!! We’ve always wanted to go to P.E. – it looks like one of the coolest (and dare we say, in our dotage, cleanest) festivals in the land, with an eclectic mix of bookworms, fashiontypes, musos and assorted eccentrics happily mingling in the gorgeous grounds of the estate. So without sounding too sycophantic, we’re hugely honoured to have been invited to bring the Pamflet Salon to the party.

We will be talking about maga/zines with Craig Taylor on the Five Dials stage on Friday, then getting our fashion/feminist/fangirl hats on in the Barbara Hulanicki tent on Sunday where we’ll be paying tribute to the women who’ve inspired us in typical Pamflet style (ie. lots of posters, t-shirts and scribbling).

And when we’re not ‘on the job’, we’ll be wandering around the festival, trying to get our photo taken by Luella’s photographer husband David Sims (“shooot meeee Dave!”), pestering our idols for autographs, stuffing like boa constrictors at the fancy food stalls, throwing shapes at the silent disco, paddling timidly in the lake and obsessively tidying our camp. Because we’re cool like that.

Port Eliot runs from Thursday 21 – Sunday 24 July. Tickets are £140 for weekend camping and are available here. Get yours now and JOIN US for some midsummer frolics.

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