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This annual sponsored walk, organised by The Save the Children Fund local branch will start at the hall, 10am for the 10 mile walk, 11.30 for 4 miles. Tea for walkers and non walkers will be served in the hall from 3pm.
Further information, and sponsorship forms, contact Mel on 341484 or Roger 340718.
“Welcome to the world of prog folk… Moulettes are among the current leading practitioners of the sub-genre. They are like a cross between Pentangle and the Kronos Quartet by way of Kate Bush and early Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett” – Reuters.
Sounds intriguing? Book early to avoid disappointment as this band is wildly popular on the festival circuit and we expect high demand for tickets.
Tickets £11/£10/£5 (children)
Rich insightful, and occasionally heartbreaking, ‘20 Feet From Stardom’ is an energetic tribute to the passion, talent, and hard work of backup singers.
A collection of talented local artists and crafters selling their work at affordable prices.
Coffee, tea and biscuits available
Greyscale Theatre Company
An investigation into what happens when we discover that our parents are awed human beings, and that at some point they are suddenly going to disappear from our lives. This was one of the most intriguing and fascinating plays we saw at Edinburgh this year, beautifully performed.
“It’s a very pure form of theatre- intimate, pared down and emotionally true.” The Stage
Tickets £10, £9
We are thrilled to welcome back Chris Wood, touring his new album. Chris gave a superb performance at his last appearance with us, and we expect the same combination of original songs – both biting and tender – superb guitar work, and his uniquely engaging, and at times challenging, stage presence.
Bridge of Spies finds new life in Hollywood’s classic Cold War espionage thriller formula, thanks to reliably outstanding work from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.
Would you like to join us on our trip to Pont Croix staying with lovely welcoming families, sightseeing, eating, doing and having lots of fun?
All ages welcome. Travel by couch from Constantine. Trial membership free.
Approx £150 depending on numbers.
If interested please contact Maggie Mackenzie on 01326 340022 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The group’s fifth exhibition, a display in various mediums by amateur local artists.
On Port Navas Quay by kind permission of the Oyster Farm. Bring your own picnic and let’s celebrate together.
Ben Rawlence talks about his internationally best selling book City of Thorns. Recently book of the week on Radio Four, it interweaves the stories of nine people living in the refugee camp Dadaab.
To the charity workers, Dadaab refugee camp is a humanitarian crisis; to the Kenyan government, it is a ‘nursery for terrorists’ but to its half a million residents, it is their last resort. City of Thorns is an urgent human story with deep international repercussions, brought to life through the stories of people who call Dadaab home.
Los Angeles Times “Magisterial”
The Sunday Times “Masterful”
The Guardian “Remarkable… brilliant…Timely, compelling and disturbing.”
In aid of the WindleTrust which supports secondary education in the camp.
Led by a marvellous performance from Maggie Smith, Lady in the Van wrings poignant, often hilarious insight from the story of Miss Shepherd who lived in her yellow camper van in Alan Bennet’s driveway for sixteen years.
A semi-literate and lonely odd-job man (Gerard Depardieu) bonds with a much older and well-read woman.
“a charming, sentimental, well-acted movie.” The Guardian
“Sometimes I imagine myself to be my statue down Camborne, gazing out over those roundabouts…. watching the cars, lorries and motorbikes bombing along.
The ingenuity in all that machinery going on… .. the pistons, the pumps, the fumes, the exhausts, the fuel…. it’s all so easy now.”
Kernow King tells the story of one of Cornwall’s greatest sons Richard Trevithick.
Tickets £10, £8, Children £6
Come for a cream tea and be entertained by the Ukulele Orchestra of Constantine. This is the orchestra’s second appearance in Port Navas, and they are back by popular demand. Not to be missed. £5
Todd Haynes has turned Patricia Highsmith’s novel of lesbian love in Fifties New York into an exceptionally beautiful film, with a career-best performance from Cate Blanchett.
Flats & Sharps blur the lines between Bluegrass, Folk and Country, and have gained recognition for performing their own highly original songs as well as their renditions of Bluegrass classics.
“…effortlessly entertaining …sublime five part harmonies …the pace of their performance is breathtaking – I recommend seeing Flats and Sharps at the earliest opportunity.” Mark Ellen Radio 2 magazine.
Tickets £11, £10
Our usual friendly gathering with goodies for sale. Organised by Sally Thomas and Helen Collins. Coffee, raffle and chatter
Pipeline Theatre Company Previews
An RAF drone pilot visits his rural childhood home for his sister’s wedding. Holed up in an old tree-house and beset by visions of the carnage that he has caused, he becomes aware of something impossible – his body discarding its human form…
‘Swivelhead’ viscerally explores the ethical and personal consequences of a new age of warfare.
Tickets £8, £7 (age 16+)
Private View Friday 22nd July 6-8pm.
Thereafter open daily until 31st July
An exhibition of paintings of life in, on and beside the waters of the Helford River and Lizard Coast.
Creeks and cliffs, boats and fish and everything in between.
Broadcast live from the Tolmen Centre.
It’s your chance to ask a question and in uence debate on the popular Radio Four programme. Free entry. Pre-booking essential.
Our annual barbecue with excellent food, expertly barbecued. No booking necessary, just turn up. £7 per head, under 10s half price.
“Compass’d by the Inviolate Sea – Marine Painting in Cornwall from Turner to Wallis”
Mel Chambers’ annual exhibition is back capturing the magic and beauty of all things ‘wild’ – and that’s just the locals!
Paintings, ceramics, sculpture and alchemy tiles.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust