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

Body Control Pilates

Lynn Wise – certified teacher

Daytime Pilates class coming to Constantine soon. Please contact Lynn to express an interest.

07754 891897 / 01326 290360
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Ruthie’s Fitness Classes

Constantine Church Hall

Zumba Class
Every Tuesday
6.30 – 7.30pm
Body Blitz
Every Thursday
6.45 – 7.45pm

01326 340096
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Yoga Classes

yogagrace

Tolmen Centre
Every Tuesday
18.30 - 19.45

07554 184846
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Tolmen Exhibitions

Tolmen Autumn Gallery

Sept/Oct: A retrospective of Peta White’s colourful and expressionist paintings, drawn from her experience as a Jungian psychoanalyst.

Nov/Dec: An exhibition of Sally Wills’ mosaics incorporating found materials including shells, glass, china with smalti and tesserae.

 

Port Navas

Wednesday 17th October - Wednesday 19th December

Kernow French speaking group

Join our friendly & relaxed group on Wednesdays at 3pm.

First session is a FREE TASTER

For more information contact: fernwharrison@yahoo.com


Facebook: Kernow French Speaking Group

Tolmen Exhibitions

Tolmen Spring Gallery

From January: Figurative paintings by Jo King celebrating film noir, pop art, portraiture and life studies. His work is exhibited, published and collected internationally.

From February 24th: Drawings by Lynne Treloar, which focus on the artist’s passion for rural life, are shown alongside photographs documenting local history. Much of the work was made at Carwythenack Farm.

Port Navas

Saturday 5th January
6:00pm

Twelfth Night

Join us to turn off our famous Christmas lights. Bring a plate of food to share.

Port Navas

Wednesday 9th January
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 9th January
7:30pm

Café Open

Phantom Thread

Set in 1950’s London, Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) is a renowned dress-maker whose fastidious life is disrupted by a young, strong-willed woman, Alma, who becomes his muse and lover.

Tickets £4

Trailer

Cottage Garden Society

Thursday 10th January

An illustrated talk by Pat Ward

Garden Visitors – be surprised.

Port Navas

Wednesday 16th January
7:00pm

Poldark

Hannah Darling

Delving into the Cornish mining saga with the stories and characters from the Winston Graham novels, the TV series and the locations featured in and around Cornwall.

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

Port Navas

Thursday 17th January - Thursday 4th April

Port Navas Art Group


Thursdays 1pm-4pm

An informal group meeting each Thursday through the winter for art enjoyment.
Contact Francesca Stuart on 01326 341119 or franstuart@icloud.com

Tolmen Theatre

Saturday 19th January
7:30pm

Café Open

Luke Wright, Poet Laureate

After the hugely acclaimed What I learned from Johnny Bevan and Frankie Vah, we’re delighted to welcome back Luke Wright. With a new Poet Laureate due to be announced in 2019 he’s chucking his hat in the ring. But let’s be honest, he’s a dark horse at best. But Luke really does care about Britain, so he’s on a mission to write poems that might be able to unite a nation divided by austerity and Brexit. Luke delves into the murky world of poets laureate past: the heroes, the villains, and ones who didn’t even write poetry.

‘One of the funniest and most brilliant poets of his generation’ ..The Independent

‘Pulsating poetic story-telling’ ..The Guardian

Tickets £10
Age category: 14+

Port Navas

Monday 21st 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

Tolmen Theatre

Friday 25th January
7:30pm

Café Open

Ghost Stories: Tales of the Supernatural

The Paper Cinema
A bewitching new production based on ghostly tales. Beguiling pen and ink drawings are magically brought to life by two puppeteers and a projector to create a unique, animated film. They are joined by a hugely talented ensemble of multi-instrumentalists performing the atmospheric soundtrack live on stage.

‘ingenious and beautiful… bound to delight’  The Telegraph

Tickets £10, £5 Children

Tolmen Music

Sunday 27th January
7:30pm

Sarah Gillespie

Sarah Gillespie is a critically acclaimed singer songwriter renowned for mixing elements of blues, folk and jazz with her distinctive streetwise lyricism.

She is joined by Mercury nominated Kit Downes (piano), Ruth Gollar (bass) & Chris Montague

‘Haunting tunes and striking lyrics…yearningly pretty and bitter sweet’  The Independent

Tickets £11

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 30th January
7:30pm

Café Open

The Station Agent

A sweet and quirky film. When his boss dies, diminutive model railway shop worker Fin McBride inherits a disused railway depot in a sleepy provincial town. Although he tries to ignore friendly overtures from the curious local community, Fin finds himself slowly drawn into their lives.

Tickets £4

Trailer

Port Navas

Wednesday 6th February
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 13th February

Café Open

The Big Sick

When Pakistan-born Kumail (Nanjiani, who stars as himself) meets and falls in love with American Emily, he has to take on the expectations of his family, their 1400-year-old traditions, and his desire to forge a career in stand-up comedy.

The day before Valentine’s Day, a sensitive, funny and truthful take on modern romance.

Tickets £4

Trailer

Cottage Garden Society

Thursday 14th February
6:45pm

Cottage Garden Society AGM

Followed by John Moreland’s illustrated talk.

Creation of three gold medal show gardens at Chelsea.

Tolmen Theatre

Saturday 16th February
7:30pm

Café Open

Mistero Buffo

Rhum and Clay

A travelling storyteller, a gig economy worker, rushes from his last delivery of the day to recount ancient tales of Jesus and his life… however these versions aren’t like any you’ve heard before. Darkly comic, sometimes tragic and always subversive, Mistero Buffo takes aim at those who manipulate truth and belief for power and control

“Spooner tackles a huge cast of characters…with astonishing sharpness and clarity.”…The Guardian.

“Magnificent production…an astonishing performance.” ..The Stage.

Tickets £10

Constantine

Friday 22nd February - Saturday 23rd February
7:30pm

Drip, Drip, Drip

Pipeline Theatre Preview

In overstretched NHS hospital, a trainee nurse from Eritrea and a Muslim doctor treat David – cancer patient, discredited academic, and racist. As life ebbs, reality splinters, jumping between the Nazi euthanasia programme, a burns clinic in Africa, and a National Front march in 1977. But the most pressing reality of all is that Professor David Jeffs has a lecture to finish, and time is running out.

Pipeline Theatre, known for indelible characters and breathtaking production values, takes you on a break-neck, darkly comic and taboo-busting journey through an NHS phantasmagoria.

Tickets £8

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 27th February
7:30pm

Café Open

The Bookshop

Set in a small town in 1959, the story of a woman who decides, against polite but ruthless local opposition, to open a bookshop, a decision which becomes a political minefield much to the horror of the mysterious recluse and novel lover Edmund Brundish (Bill Nighy).

Tickets £4

Trailer

Tolmen Music

Sunday 3rd March
7:30pm

Sam Carter

Named Best Newcomer at the 2010 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Sam Carter has been stirring audiences from Camden to Canada, via an attention grabbing appearance on Later… with Jools Holland and a tremendous performance in a specially assembled band to back Richard Thompson at Shrewsbury Folk Festival. Described as ‘the finest English-style finger-picking guitarist of his generation’ by Jon Boden (Remnant Kings, ex- Bellowhead), Sam has toured the world, equally happy to perform intimate solo shows on acoustic guitar, on electric with a full band, or to collaborate with other artists.

Tickets £11

Port Navas

Wednesday 6th March
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Port Navas

Wednesday 13th March
7:30pm

The Annual General Meeting

Refreshments after the business!

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 13th March
7:30pm

Café Open

Under the Tree

A man accused of adultery and forced tomove in with his parents while he fights for custody of his four-year-old daughter, is gradually sucked into a dispute between his parents and their neighbours over an old and beautiful tree. 

Tickets £4

Cottage Garden Society

Thursday 14th March

Surreal Succulents

All you need to know about the creation of Surreal Succulents.

By Daniel Michael, Tremenheere Penzance

Port Navas

Wednesday 20th March
7:00pm

Life in the Solar System?

Robert Beeman

There is a possibility of life in the solar system following recent discoveries by the Mars Curiosity rover and the late Cassini mission to Saturn where some of the simple building blocks for life have been found. £7 to include a pasty. To book a place please ring Margaret on 340214

Tolmen Music

Friday 22nd March
7:30pm

Pete Oxley and Nick Meier

These are two masterly guitarists, although very
different in style. Oxley has been playing on the British jazz scene since 1997, with everyone from Stacey Kent to Gilad Atzmon, while Meier, originally from Switzerland, has toured the world, absorbing musical idioms en route. In the course of a dozen pieces the array of changing sounds, moods and textures they create is gorgeous, fascinating and apparently endless.

Tickets £11

Tolmen Theatre

Saturday 30th March
7:30pm

Café Open

Twisted Tales

‘Owdyado Theatre

Twisted Tales is a hilariously dark triple bill of riotous comedies that reveal the darkness under the domestic, the lengths people will go to for love, and how to wash blood stains out of a carpet. Inspired by cult series TheTwilight Zone and Inside Number Nine, this series of dark comedies is co-written by Daniel Richards and Charlotte Bister and distinguished Cornish writers Brett Harvey and Jon Welch.

Tickets £10, £8, Children £5

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 3rd April
7:30pm

Café Open

Safety not Guaranteed

From the producers of Little Miss Sunshine. Three cynical Seattle magazine employees discover a mysterious eccentric named Kenneth, who believes he’s solved the riddle of time travel.

Tickets £4