Constantine Cornwall

What’s On

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Farmers’ Market

farmersmarket

Constantine Church Hall

Second Saturday
of each month

9.30am to 12 noon

Yoga Classes

yogagrace

Tolmen Centre
Every Tuesday
18.30 - 19.45

07554 184846

yogagrace.co.uk

Port Navas

Thursday 21st September - Thursday 7th December

Port Navas Art Group

Thursdays 1pm-4pm

An informal group meeting each Thursday through the winter for art enjoyment.
Contact Ron Prior on 340566.

Port Navas

Monday 9th October - Wednesday 20th December

Kernow French speaking group 

Mondays 11am and/or Wednesdays 3pm

Join our friendly and relaxed groups. £10 per session. First session is a FREE TASTER!

Further information from Fern Wetzel-Harrison: 07931974816 fernwharrison@yahoo.com  – Visit “Kernow French Speaking Group” on Facebook

Port Navas

Monday 23rd October
10:00am - 12:00pm

Pope’s Garden Squad

Join the group and help to keep our community garden tidy. Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits! Bring your own gloves, trowels etc.

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 25th October
7:30pm

Café Open

Hidden Figures

Behind the men who went to the Moon were three brilliant black women who never received their due recognition – until now.

“Hidden Figures captures all the grit, grace and brilliance of its three female protagonists.”

Tickets £4

Trailer

Tolmen Books

Friday 27th October
6:30pm

An Evening with Liz Fenwick

Liz describes herself as “writer, ex-pat expert, wife, mother of three, and dreamer turned doer…” Liz is the award winning author of many books set in Cornwall including ‘The Cornish House’ and ‘A Cornish Affair’.  ‘The Returning Tide’ was published in March 2017.

6.30pm for 7.30pm

Tickets £5

Tolmen Music

Sunday 29th October
7:30pm

John Etheridge and Vimala Rowe

We are delighted to welcome back legendary guitarist John Etheridge, this time accompanied by extravagantly talented singer Vimala Rowe. They will be featuring numbers from their much-lauded album, ‘Out of the Sky’, as well as other pieces. A fortuitous meeting in North London brought them together and they have developed a highly personal repertoire from an eclectic mix of music, original and traditional.

“John Etheridge has explored many genres, styles and legacies in his career, but his curiosity never dimmed, and in Vimala Rowe he has found a singer of quite astonishing versatility and adaptability”  – London Jazz News

Tickets £12.50 (no concessions)

PreviewBook Online

Port Navas

Wednesday 1st November
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3.  Booking not required.

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 8th November
7:30pm

Transition Constantine / Demain

Awarded the “Best Documentary Cesar Award, the film ‘Demain’ is about what should, or could, be our future. Following the publication of a study showing that part of the human race could disappear by 2100, French Film-maker Cyril Dion set out to investigate in ten countries how this could still be avoided.

Tickets £4

Tolmen Music

Friday 10th November
7:30pm

Rough Island Band

Contemporary folk quartet playing original music inspired by the landscapes, people and stories of the Isles of Scilly.

This Island of YoursYou Can Call Me AlBook Onlinewww.roughislandband.com

Women's Institute

Monday 13th November

Christmas Cookery before and After – Mary and Sylvia

Competition:
Your least used kitchen gadget.

Port Navas

Thursday 16th November
7:00pm

The Cutty Sark

Richard Doughty , the Director of the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, will talk about his experiences of this world famous tea clipper.

£7 to include a pasty. To book a place ring Pauline on 250604

Constantine

Friday 17th November
7:00pm

Exploits of a local vet in the Boer War

by John Head

(Talk to be preceded by the AGM)

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 22nd November
7:30pm

Café Open

The Other Side of Hope

With his previous film Le Havre, and this very sympathetic and charming new work, The Other Side of Hope, Kaurismäki has made refugees his focus.

“A deeply humane film, as well as a quietly hilarious one.”…Time Out.

Tickets £4

Trailer

Tolmen Theatre

Friday 1st December
7:30pm

Café Open

We Are Brontë

Publick Transport

We Are Brontë is a piece of hilarious visual theatre inspired by the real and imaginary worlds of Yorkshire’s literary siblings, presented in Publick Transport’s irreverent style. Physical theatre collides with stand-up, clowning and improvisationas two performers deconstruct Gothic themes of love, madness, repression and revenge. Part play, part enquiry into the act of putting on a play, this is no ordinary Brontë adaptation.

In association with Carn to Cove

Tickets £9, £7, Family £25

PreviewBook Online

Port Navas

Saturday 2nd December
5:30pm

Lighting the Christmas Tree

Mulled wine and mince pies, followed at 6pm by the lighting of the Christmas tree and singing of carols led by Constantine Silver Band. Come and marvel at David’s twinkly lights, in full colour.

Port Navas

Wednesday 6th December
12:30pm

Christmas Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required. Christmas Raffle

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 6th December
7:30pm

Café Open

La La Land

The story of Mia, an aspiring actress, and Sebastian, a dedicated jazz musician, who are struggling to make ends meet in a city known for crushing hopes and breaking hearts. La La Land is a happy, sweet-natured movie – something to give you a vitamin-D boost of sunshine.

Tickets £4

Trailer

Tolmen Music

Thursday 7th December
7:30pm

Barb Jungr sings Bob Dylan

Every Grain of Sand

On the release of the Barb Jungr’s Linn Records Vinyl Celebratory collection of Every Grain of Sand, the cult classic CD released in 2002 which launched her career in the USA and later, in Australia, Jungr returns to her fabulous original arrangements live, cementing her status as “one of the best interpreters of Jacques Brel and Bob Dylan anywhere on this angst ridden planet today.” (The Village Voice USA)

In 2013 The Wall Street Journal called the album “the most significant vocal album of the twenty first century thus far.”

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Port Navas

Saturday 9th December - Sunday 10th December
10:00am - 6:00pm

A Cornish Christmas

Three local Cornish Artists, Demelza Whitley, Mel Chambers and Tiffa Meadows come together for a weekend of Christmas Delights.

Bespoke gifts, crafts, ceramics, Raku fired sculpture, watercolours, prints, knitwear, cards and stocking fillers all hand made and created locally with love

Port Navas

Friday 5th January
6:00pm

Twelfth Night

Join us to celebrate Epiphany, turn off the Christmas tree lights, and enjoy a drink with friends. Please bring a plate of food to share.

Port Navas

Wednesday 10th January
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Port Navas

Thursday 18th January
7:00pm

To quote Carl Sagan “We are made of starstuff”

Robert Beeman, astronomer

£7 to include a pasty. To book a place ring Cate on 340581

History Group

Friday 19th January
7:15pm

The growth of early Falmouth

by Tom Weller

Port Navas

Monday 22nd January
10:00am - 12:00pm

Pope’s Garden Squad

Join the group and help to keep our community garden tidy. Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits! Bring your own gloves, trowels etc.

Port Navas

Wednesday 7th February
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Port Navas

Thursday 8th February
7:00pm

Cycling the Via Francigina

David Cross

An ancient pilgrims’ way from Canterbury to Rome, most walk but David cycled, stopping at all the great cathedrals.

£7 to include a pasty. To book a place ring Tiffa on 340340

History Group

Friday 16th February
7:15pm

Mine buildings of Cornwall

by Kingsley Rickard

Port Navas

Wednesday 7th March
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Port Navas

Thursday 8th March
7:00pm

The History and Geography of Murder

Professor Peter King

Peter’s second talk in the Hall, which promises to be as exciting as the first.

£7 to include a pasty. To book a place ring Margaret on 340214

History Group

Friday 16th March
7:15pm

Crime and Punishment in 18th and 19th Century Cornwall

by Pete King