Constantine Cornwall

Bash Street Theatre Company: Silent Movie

Bash Street Theatre has an international reputation for outdoor productions combining live music and silent comedy.


Their new indoor show brings to life all the action, music and comedy of a B&W movie of the 1920s.

‚ Kept young and old entranced Lyn Gardner The Guardian

Tickets £8, £7 Children £4

Pluck present Musical Arson

musicalarsonAn international sell-out show. The world three most stupid musicians entertain with their hilarious antics as they compete, ridicule, argue and seduce their way through Bach to Beatles. ‚ Classical music for all ages and shoe sizes The Sunday Times. In association with Venue Cornwall Tickets ¬£8, ¬£7 Children ¬£4

Scaramouche Jones

scaramouche11pm on Millennium Eve: Ancient clown Scaramouche breaks fifty years silence to give his final performance and charts a bizarre odyssey through crumbling empires, comic misadventures and the 20th Century darkest episodes, revealing the loves, the brutalities, the ecstasies and the tragedies beneath his seven white masks in an epic, poetic, profoundly moving tale.


If Music be the Food of Love

foodofloveA delicious Valentine Day recital of romantic music sung by Melanie Uren. Complete the evening delights with a candlelit supper. In aid of the Museum. Recital only: £5, with Supper £10.

The Penny Dreadfuls present Aeneas Faversham Forever

pennydreadfulsFresh from their recent series on Radio 4, a trio of Victorian gentlemen humourists, the Penny Dreadfuls bring you the visually resplendent, aurally pleasurable Aeneas Faversham Forever, one of this year most scrumptious and comically edifying Edinburgh Fringe treats. ‚ Think A Bit of Fry and Laurie with a dash of Ripping Yarns and a twist of Big Train. Grab the chance to see the Penny Dreadfuls live – The Guardian In association with Venue Cornwall Tickets ¬£8/¬£7 Children ¬£4

Poetry and Music: Louis de Bernieres and Ilone Antonius Jones

prog08_01A sparkling and entertaining show of poetry, music and badinage. Rated unmissable by Edinburgh Fringe critics, this unusual and exciting mix has delighted audiences across the UK and abroad. Presented in association with Carn to Cove. Tickets £7/£6

Epiphany Concert

Brought to us by the amazing combined talent of Constantine, a great annual treat to round off the festive season.

Tickets £3


Louis de Bernieres and Ilone Antonius Jones

Tolmen Theatre Company

Miracle Theatre

Philip York

Rogue Theatre

Cube Theatre

Miracle Theatre

New Cornwall Opera

Horsemen of the Apocalypse

1927 Cabaret

Tolmen Theatre Company

Cscape Dance Company

Cartoon de Salvo

Cube Theatre

Black Sheep Comedy Theatre

Poetry and Music

Behind You

Cats Cradle

Lies have been Told (Robert Maxwell)

Pathway to the Red Sun

The Uninvited

The Taming of the Shrew

Carmen and Friends

Guitar and lute recital

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

Behind You


Hard Hearted Hannah


I Lear/Professor Bumm


Cornwall Theatre Collective

Miracle and Cube Theatre

Larry Coryell and others

Rogue theatre

Kneehigh Theatre

Inspector Sands

Tolmen Theatre Company

Michael Lunts and Susan Flannery

3 Daft Monkeys

Ian Keable & Tim Fitzhigham

The Zig Zag Way

Victoriana Mysterioso/Hyde and Seek

Bombay Jazz

Madam Lucindas Wondershow



The Balmaiden

Pass the Port

Conjuring up comedy

In the Bath ‚ Unplugged


The Tolmen International Guitar Symposium (3 days)

The Tolmen Theatre Company

Kneehigh Theatre

Miracle Theatre

The Singing Sous Chefs

Cscape Dance Company




Hank Wangford and Reg Meuross

Lemm Sissay

Mervyn Stutter

O Region

Cartoon de Salvo

Anna and the Blue Dog Bar

Journey to the Centre of the Earth

The Time Machine

Alive Again

Guilty Fingers

Nooze Looan

Hillbilly Goats Gruff

Comedy Night

Hank and Reg Ride Out

Something Dark

Getting nowhere fast

Laughing Gas

Meat and Two Veg