Doctor's Lane
Polwheveral Creek
The Helford River near Merthen Woods
Constantine from Higher Calamansac
Helford Gig
Constantine in the snow
The church from Doctor's Lane
Sunday Service at St Constantine
St Constantine
Constantine Carnival
Bluebells at Calamansac
Port Navas Regatta
Port Navas

Constantine Museum

Monday 16th June to Sunday 31st August

WW1 Exhibition

WW1 objects that form part of the museum collection will be on display


Friday 5th September
10:30am - 12:00pmWI Hall

Christmas Lights Appeal Coffee Morning

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 6th September

Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman

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With a story that includes music making with the likes of Seth Lakeman, Cara Dillon, Levellers, Kate Rusby and Show of Hands, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman have established themselves as pillars of modern British folk.

Tickets £11, £10

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 10th September

The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Wes Anderson brings his signature charm to highly stylised comedy drama ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’, which tells the story of European hotel workers trying to recover a Renaissance painting.

Tickets £3 

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 13th September
10:00am - 2:00pm

It’s a Crafty Affair


Showcasing local Crafters and Makers

Come and join us for some crafty fun and buy locally handmade crafts, food and drink, all on your doorstep

Children’s games, activities and face painting

Tea, Coffee, Cakes and Savouries served on the day

Raffle Prize Draw

For further info please visit us on Facebook, call 01326 340818 or email

Port Navas

Thursday 18th September
7:00pmPort Navas Village Hall

The History of Trenarth


Lucie Nottingham

The house, its garden and the farm over the past five centuries.

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

Constantine History Group

Friday 19th September
7:15pmWI Hall

A Lady With Letters

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 20th SeptemberCAFE TOLMEN OPEN

Wurlitza: Diary of a Lost Girl

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After two years in the making, the wonderful Wurlitza bring another neglected silent film to life.with a glorious live soundtrack. Fast moving and at times shocking, Diary of a Lost Girl tells the story of Thymian, played by the mesmerising screen idol Louise Brookes. Described as a fusion of everything, jazz, folk, rock and pop with a touch of classical thrown in, Wurlitza are absolutely superb.

Tickets £8, £7 

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 24th September

The Lunch Box

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Bollywood romance blossoms beautifully when the wrong lunch lands on the desk of a Mumbai office drone.

Tickets £3

Tolmen Centre

Friday 3rd October

Seven Deadly Sins 

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Tom Jackson Greaves with Polly Motley

Adam and Eve are in a relationship pickle! As they dance through the sins of their past they reach an ultimate choice. But are they brave enough to make it? Seven Deadly Sins is a vibrant dance comedy full of laughs, apples and exhilarating movement. Choreographed by young Cornish artistTom Jackson Greaves, a winner of the New Adventures Choreographer Award.

Sexy slick and beautifully expressive’ The Stage

Tickets £8, £7, Children £6

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 8th October


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As the Allies sweep across Germany, Lore leads her siblings on a journey that exposes them to the truth of their parents’ beliefs.

Tickets £3

Port Navas

Thursday 16th October

Gone Paddling

Constantine History Group

Friday 17th October
7:15pmWI Hall

Work & Wealth on the Helford River

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 18th October

Pendulums Bargain Emporium

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Maison Foo 

Inspired by ‘The Elves and the Shoemaker’ a desperate tale of slavery and greed told with humour, intimacy and charm using Maison Foo’s inventive visual blend of storytelling, live music, clowning and puppetry.

“Touching and beautifully crafted…deceptively sophisticated and layered work – a little show with a big heart.‘
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Tickets £12, £10, £6 Children under 16

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 22nd October

American Hustle

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A con man, Irving Rosenfeld, along with his seductive partner Sydney Prosser, is forced to work for a wild FBI agent, Richie DiMaso, who pushes them into a world of Jersey powerbrokers and mafia.

Tickets £3 

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 25th October

Lady Maisery

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Nominated for the ‘Horizon’ BBC Folk Award 2012 and for ‘Best Debut’ at the Spiral Awards 2012. Lady Maisery explore vocal harmony to breathtaking effect, through their fresh interpretations of songs and ballads.

Tickets £11, £10 (£5 for children): advanced booking is advised.

Tolmen Centre

Sunday 26th October
11:00am - 12:30pm

Workshop with Lady Maisery

Suitable for singers of all ages and abilities, and will offer the chance to sing in harmony and to learn about the mysterious art of ‘diddling’.

Tickets £10 (£5 for children): Advanced booking is advised.

Tolmen Centre

Friday 31st October

Philip Marsden

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Constantine Literary Group present Philip Marsden 

The award-winning author of a number of works of travel, fiction and non-fiction, including The Bronski House, and The Levelling Sea, will talk about his latest book Rising Ground. an exploration of the mythology and topology of Cornwall.

Light refreshments and wine available from 6.30

Tickets £5

Tolmen Centre

Thursday 6th November to Saturday 8th NovemberCAFE TOLMEN OPEN

Pipeline Theatre: Streaming

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Falling from a world of virtual wealth, Rosa (15) and her father land in a cheap flat with a reclusive new neighbour – a webcam girl. Blending unforgettable characters, moments of macabre
puppetry and a translucent set, Streaming is a funny, moving and and disturbing rites-of-passage story for the modern age.

Tickets £8, £6 Children Age Guide16+ 

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 12th November

The Wolf of Wall Street

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The Wolf of Wall Street is a 2013 American black comedy film directed by Martin Scors- ese. An epic, boldly broad screwball comedy about the state of America, in the 70’s and now.
Tickets £3

Constantine History Group

Friday 21st November
7:00pmTolmen Centre

AGM & In The Footsteps of Shackleton