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

Port Navas

Tuesday 6th January
6:00pm

Twelfth Night

Port Navas

Thursday 15th January
7:00pm

Pigs on Parade

Constantine History Group

Friday 16th January
7:15pmWI Hall

Tombs of our Ancestors

Tolmen Centre

Friday 16th January
7:30pmCAFÉ TOLMEN OPEN

Steve Knightley

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The songwriting force behind the phenomenally successful acoustic duo (now trio) Show of Hands, Steve continues his solo ‘Grow your own’ tour of village venues with this appearance at the Tolmen Centre. He is renowned for his strong, trademark narrative songs which reflect the escapades, hopes and fears not only of people in his native West Country but of those beyond, and he pulls no punches when writing highly literate songs about bigger, global issues. Worth the ticket price just to hear the Cornish anthem ‘Cousin Jack’ performed by the Devonian who composed it, but expect an intense and engaging evening with a great musician.

Tickets £16

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 21st January
7:30pmCafé Tolmen Open

Two Days One Night

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Winner of best film at the Sidney Film Festival,. Marion Cotillard plays Sandra, a young Belgian mother, who discovers that her workmates have opted for a significant pay bonus, in exchange for her dismissal. She has only one weekend to convince her colleagues to give up their bonuses so that she can keep her job.The film was Winner of best film at the Sidney Film Festival.

Tickets £3

Port Navas

Wednesday 4th February
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 4th February
7:30pmCafé Tolmen Open

Searching for Sugarman

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A new documentary about lost Detroit musician Sixto Rodriguez, once touted as the new Dyllan- opens an unexpected window on the secret history of white South Africa.

Tickets £3

Tolmen Centre

Friday 13th February
7:30pmCAFÉ TOLMEN OPEN

Near Gone

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Two Destination Language

Two performers have a difficult story to tell.They come on stage and launch themselves into an hour long attempt to put into words the utterly unspeakable. Delivered in English and Bulgarian, with pounding gypsy-inspired music, this beautiful performance fills an empty space with two performers, hundreds of fresh flowers and a storm of emotion. Near Gone won a 2014 Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Festival for Innovation, Experimentation and Playing With Form.

Tickets £10, £8 Children £5

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 18th February
7:30pmCafé Tolmen Open

Ida

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Anna, a young novitiate nun in 1960s Poland, is on the verge of taking her vows when she discovers a dark family secret dating back to the years of the Nazi occupation. Powerfully written and eloquently shot, Ida is a masterly evocation of a time, a dilemma, and a defining historical moment.

Tickets £3

Port Navas

Thursday 19th February to Thursday 26th March

Compline

Port Navas

Thursday 19th February
7:00pm

Village Life and Community Values

Constantine History Group

Friday 20th February
7:15pmWI Hall

Wartime in our Area

Tolmen Centre

Thursday 26th February
7:30pmCAFÉ TOLMEN OPEN

After the Accident

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A child’s life is snuffed out by a joy-rider.
Four years on, the parents and the joy-rider meet.
A powerful award-winning drama, After the Accident combines highly-charged storytelling with thought-provoking themes in exploring the workings of Restorative Justice; a process which tries to repair the damage done by crime. Highly current, the drama unpicks the web of emotional devastation that the families face with clarity and force. Despite its challenging subject matter the play draws you in quickly, and through its wonderfully pared down script and recognisable characters, uncovers layer after layer with courage and compassion

Tickets £8, £6 13+

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 28th February
7:30pmCAFÉ TOLMEN OPEN

LEVERET

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Leveret features three of England’s finest musicians in an exciting new collaboration. Andy Cutting, Sam Sweeney and Rob Harbron are each regarded as masters of their instrument and are involved in numerous collaborations with a huge range of artists. Together their performances combine consummate musicianship, compelling delivery and captivating spontaneity.

Tickets £11

Port Navas

Wednesday 4th March
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 4th March
7:30pmCafé Tolmen Open

Lars and the Real Girl

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Ryan Gosling provides a spectacular tour-de-force as a dysfunctional young man in a small town who only begins to blossom when he starts a “relationship” with an expensive love doll.When he takes the risk of introducing “Bianca” to the tightly-knit community in which he lives, the “relationship” is met with an unexpectedly heartwarming response.

Tickets £3

Port Navas

Wednesday 11th March
7:00pm

The Annual General Meeting

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 14th March
7:30pmCAFÉ TOLMEN OPEN

Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker

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Double BBC Folk Award nominees Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker infuse ageless stories of love and loss with their exquisite command of many instruments. Whether interpreting words centuries old or singing her own authentic lyrics, Josienne’s jewel-like voice finds the nuance in the simplest phrase and sends it, effortlessly, straight to your heart. Ben’s musical tact and flair for arrangement provide the perfect setting, allowing the song centre-stage.

Tickets £11

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 18th March
7:30pmCafé Tolmen Open

Mr Turner

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“Mike Leigh’s biopic is a rambling, richly detailed character study with a magnificent central performance from Timothy Spall.” Geoffrey MacNab,The Independent

Tickets £3

Constantine History Group

Friday 20th March
7:15pmWI Hall

The Isles of Scilly

Tolmen Centre

Friday 20th March
7:30pmCafé Tolmen Open

Crazy Glue

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Single Shoe Theatre Company

They have a car in the garage, a chicken in the pot and a child on the way. But is that enough to make true love stick? Crazy Glue follows the comedic roller coaster of a couple’s romance as they move from the blossoming of first love through to the thornier terrainof married life.

The captivating cast of two blend vocal sound effects, quirky humour and an evocative 1930’s soundtrack to reveal the crazy, sticky, messy side of marriage. A show guaranteed to enchant all ages.

Tickets £10, £8, Children £5