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Carn to Cove is Cornwall’s performing arts scheme for rural communities.  We fill our wonderfully varied community halls with poetry, laughter, music, drama, stories and dancing.  Local people choose the live shows they want to see and hear in their halls.  This means we have loads of variety for everyone across Cornwall. 

Carn to Cove works in close collaboration with Cornwall Young Promoters Scheme which enables young people to select and promote shows in their communities. Groups are springing up all over Cornwall!  If you would like to talk about programming work for young people in your venue or need help attracting younger audiences visit www.youngpromoters.org

The success of Carn to Cove is founded on the commitment and enthusiasm of the local promoters across the county. Tickets can be booked here or by calling your local hall on the phone number given on the events pages.

Please support your local volunteers who work so hard to make a great night out by making sure you are in the village hall on the night Carn to Cove comes to you!

If you are interested in joining our mailing list, our 200+ volunteers, or wish to enquire about including your community on the scheme, please contact us on 01209 312500.

Tim Smithies and Claire Marshall

Coming Soon

The Lunchbox

A new member to the C Fylm community of film clubs, Penryn Picture House presents its first film screening - The Lunchbox tells thes story of a mistaken delivery in Mumbai's famously efficient lunchbox delivery system, which connects a young housewife to an older man in the dusk of his life as they build a fantasy world together through notes in the lunchbox.

Their story unfolds through letters shared alongside the delicious food she creates each day, and during the interval local chef Salvador Thali will be serving the curry featured in the film.

Advance booking for the food and film is essential. For more information please email penrynpicturehouse@gmail.com

Event Dates

Thu.10th.Sep 2015

19:30

Penryn Temperance Hall

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Ben Jordan

Ben Jordan is an American musician from Denver, Colorado. He is currently residing and touring throughout the UK and Europe. This year Ben released his highly anticipated follow up to 2010's Ghosts Breathing Through Our Strings, entitled Dream Invisible on IRL Records.

This album features the majority of Sam Green & the Midnight Heist, Jaz Delorean, from Tankus the Henge and other UK musicians. Last summer, Ben was picked up as an endorsee for Anderwood guitars and signed by IRL Records.

Ben's songs range from intimate ballad to high energy foot stomper and everywhere in between. His solo shows are part comedy, part travelogue and always a hair’s breadth from careering off the road. His communication and rapport with the audience is a rare and often hilarious thing to see.

Never one to shy away from a road story or a joke before breaking your heart or making you want to get up and dance, Ben is both new & old in the same breath. With ever changing set lists and a prolific output of songs, definitely a live experience worth having more than once.
 

Event Dates

Fri.11th.Sep 2015

19:30

Hay Studio

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Jonah's Lift

with Gareth & Annie

To introduce the first Helland Festival of Music, we present a musical double bill.

Gareth Lee & Annie Baylis are a slick contemporary folk duo, who have a modern approach to creating a classic sound. They present an intimate set performing tracks from their debut EP 'A Little Light' which captured the ears of legendary Whispering Bob Harris, where the pair were invited to record a session at his home-studio in Oxfordshire.

Jonah's Lift are an eclectic folk rock band formed in 2007 from a desire to whip audiences into a frenzy and get people dancing. They play a collection of original material, up-beat traditional folk tunes from around the world and unique twists on covers. They are highly energetic and their two man fiddle section is merciless!

Event Dates

Sat.19th.Sep 2015

19:00

Helland Village Hall

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Johanna Graham Quartet

A truly gifted singer who is sure to entertain and captivate in equal measure, Johanna Graham leads a fabulous quartet. Citing musical influences from the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’Day and Julie London, she is a stunningly emotive and expressive performer. Her debut album "Don't Let Me Be Lonely" released on 33Jazz Records, features her warm and mellow vocals and offers an eclectic sound that incorporates both her individual style and vocal ability, with All About Jazz describing the album as "...a musically satisfying journey".

Her award-winning quartet has already performed at some of the leading UK jazz venues and festivals and is fast gaining a notable reputation. The quartet comprises three highly accomplished musicians from the West Country: with Martin Bowie providing classy guitar riffs and top level phrasing, insightful double bass playing from the highly experienced Tim Greenhalgh, and exhilarating drumming from Damian Rodd.

"Beautiful vocals" Chrissie Hynde

"A fine singer with a palpably individual style" Jazzwise Magazine 

Event Dates

Sat.19th.Sep 2015

19:00

Praa Sands Community Centre

Sat.26th.Sep 2015

19:30

Millbrook Village Hall

Sat.7th.Nov 2015

19:30

Mevagissey Jubilee Hall

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Pedal Power in Cornwall

A Bicycle and Film Extravaganza

Cycletricity are a green energy project based in Bristol who provide equipment to convert energy produced by cycling to run a projector and sound system for a special film programme.

Working with C Fylm and Afrika Eye Festival, who have used bicycle generated film screenings in Africa we have offered a selection of films for programming.

Films are still being selected so check back for more details but so far you can see critically acclaimed music documentaries Finding Fela and Searching for Sugar Man at AMATA in Penryn.
 

Event Dates

Thu.24th.Sep 2015

19:30

Carn Marth Hotel, Newquay

Fri.25th.Sep 2015

19:30

BF Adventure

Sat.26th.Sep 2015

19:30

Bike Chain Bike Hire

Sun.27th.Sep 2015

16:00

Academy of Music & Theatre Arts, Penryn

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Modou N’Diaye Cissokho & The Golden Kora Band

Master drummer and kora player Modou N'Diaye Cissokho is a member of the internationally renowned Cissokho family of griot musicians from the Casamance region of Southern Senegal.

As a virtuoso drummer and percussionist with a superb repertoire of rhythms, he plays a variety of instruments ranging from djembe, sabar and talking drum to his leading instrument, the 22 string kora (West African harp) which he will be focussing on for this concert with The Golden Kora Band.

Modou N’Diaye Cissokho is standing in for his uncle, Sadio Cissokho, who is unfortunately unable to travel due to ill health.

Before the time of pen and paper in West Africa, it was the role of the Cissokho Griot family to preserve the region’s history by passing on stories of creation and culture through song.

Entrusted by the Royal Mandingue Empire as advisers since the 14th century, Modou’s family are renowned  for producing the most highly -skilled musicians in Senegal’s southern region.

These traditional influences continue to inspire his music today whilst allowing him to collaborate with modern ensembles of electric bass and drum kit producing the updated Senegalese sound.

Returning for their third European tour this decade the 4-strong group are now set to bring their native dance styles of mbalax, diambadong and eekon kon back to Europe in the autumn of 2015.

Event Dates

Fri.25th.Sep 2015

19:30

Mylor Theatre, Truro College

Sat.26th.Sep 2015

19:30

Academy of Music & Theatre Arts, Penryn

Sun.11th.Oct 2015

19:30

The Tolmen Centre

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Miracle Theatre Company

Tin - the Movie

West Cornwall - 1895. A once glorious tin mine, on which the whole town has depended for generations, is on its last legs. A weather-beaten opera company arrives to give a performance of Fidelio in the town hall and finds itself tangled up in a scam to offload worthless shares in the mine. When the mine unexpectedly yields up new treasures, melodrama starts to spill over into everyday life, reputations crumble and any notion of fair play is abandoned. Made in Cornwall and based on a true story, Miracle Theatre’s highly anticipated feature film stars Jenny Agutter, Dudley Sutton and Ben Luxon alongside Helen Bendell, Ben Dyson, Steve Jacobs, Dean Nolan, and Jason Squibb.

These special screenings feature an introduction from writer & director, Bill Scott, and a post-film Q&A.

Event Dates

Fri.25th.Sep 2015

19:30

Ruan Minor Village Hall

Fri.9th.Oct 2015

19:30

Warleggan Jubilee Hall

Sat.24th.Oct 2015

19:00

Praa Sands Community Centre

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Annamaria Murphy & Bagas Degol

Salt Road

An evening of stories, music and songs of journeys, emigration, and those who wait on shore from writer Annamaria Murphy (Kneehigh Theatre, BBC Radio 4, C Scape Dance, Rogue Theatre) and musicians and composers, Bagas Degol, following the Salt Road around the coast of Cornwall.

Cod Joliff, fisherman, finds a mysterious diary written by his great great great Grandfather, Ebeenezer Joliff, who had gone with his two brothers to preach in Tierra Del Fuego. Cod goes on an epic journey to discover the secrets hidden in the diary's pages.

Come to Salt Road and find out who kissed like a limpet and what Caleb Joliff saw in an iceberg.

Made especially for Cornish feasts, halls, festivals, sundry venues both usual and unusual.  

Event Dates

Sat.26th.Sep 2015

19:30

Boscastle Community Centre

Sat.10th.Oct 2015

19:30

Lamorna Village Hall

Fri.16th.Oct 2015

19:30

Burrell Theatre

Sat.24th.Oct 2015

19:30

Veryan Parish Hall

Fri.6th.Nov 2015

19:30

St Ives Guildhall

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Gwary Teg Theatre

National Minority

National Minority is a new play by Alan M Kent, Cornish poet, novelist and dramatist, set in the library of a fictional National Trust property, Rosenanan, and deals with the search for a group of extant manuscripts.

The Sherwood Sermons written in 1680 remain a fascinating literary holy grail for scholars of the Cornish language. There have been rumours of their sighting over the centuries but they still remain undiscovered. National Minority incorporates this narrative in a literary detective story that takes audiences to a new discovery of identity and change.

The play is intimate and thought provoking, and is directed by Jason Squibb from Collective Arts Ltd (and Reverend Odgers in the BBC’s Poldark).

Event Dates

Fri.2nd.Oct 2015

19:30

Lelant Village Hall

Sat.10th.Oct 2015

19:30

The Centre, Newlyn

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North South Theatre

Pals

Pals is a story about two friends who volunteer to join the army after they get seduced by the propaganda given to them by some recruitment officers who visit their local village.

They set off with ideas of grandeur and thoughts of adventure and becoming heroes. What they get is bombardments, freezing rain, lice, rats and a stark realisation that human life is fragile.

They deal with life in the trenches as only young soldiers can, with a matter of fact attitude and a sense of humour only men in their situation can understand.

This is George and Stan's story and will make you laugh and cry as you share their dugout with them.
 

Event Dates

Fri.2nd.Oct 2015

19:30

Portreath Millennium Hall

Sat.3rd.Oct 2015

19:30

St Mawes Memorial Hall

Sat.10th.Oct 2015

20:00

Carleen Village Hall

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Bec Applebee

The Ugly Sisters

The Ugly Sisters is an entertaining and funny family show, which takes a satirical look at some of the issues around accepted media driven notions of 'perfect beauty'. Using the characters of the sisters in the Cinderella story we ask who really is the 'Ugly' Sister? How far will the sisters go to get the attention of the prince? What is their beauty routine? How much plastic and elastic can one girl use to get the perfect look?

The show is performed by a dazzling selection of Cornwall’s talent – Bec Applebee (Kneehigh Theatre) Mary Woodvine (Kneehigh Theatre/ Poldark) and Jenny Beare (Goldentree Productions).

Event Dates

Fri.2nd.Oct 2015

20:00

Landulph Memorial Hall

Sat.3rd.Oct 2015

20:00

Burrell Theatre, Truro School

Fri.13th.Nov 2015

19:00

Nancledra School Hall

Sat.14th.Nov 2015

19:30

Mawgan Porth Village Hall

Fri.27th.Nov 2015

19:30

Mevagissey Jubilee Hall

Sat.28th.Nov 2015

19:30

Helland Village Hall

Sun.29th.Nov 2015

19:00

St Erme Community Centre

Sat.5th.Dec 2015

19:30

St Mawes Memorial Hall

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C Scape

Taste

Tea: how do you take yours? Milk no sugar? Milk in first? No milk at all? Builders, Earl Grey... Herbal?


What’s behind our choices? What defines our identity? Do we really fall into “social tribes” and if so, how far up the social ladder is our tribe? Can we climb higher?


Inspired by the tapestries of Grayson Perry, Taste is a delicious romp of a show with humour, irreverence and playfulness at its heart. Blending dance from choreographers Sally Knight (Cscape, Kneehigh) and Neil Paris (Fabulous Beast) and writing from Murray Lachlan Young (BBC Radio 2 & 4) Taste explores what defines our identity and ponders the intricacies behind our choices.

As refreshing as your perfect cup of tea.
 

Event Dates

Sun.4th.Oct 2015

19:30

Grampound Community Hall

Thu.15th.Oct 2015

19:30

Liskeard School

Sat.24th.Oct 2015

19:30

St Ives Guildhall

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Le Navet Bete

Dick Tracy

Newsflash! There's been a series of high-profile crimes right across the city - but fear not...the police chief's put his best man on the job - Dick Tracy. It's now down to the square jawed, hard-hitting, fast-shooting, comic book detective to solve the crime the only way he knows how...the crime solving way… Will Tracy be able to save the day, get the girl and get to the bottom of who's causing the mayhem? Or perhaps the truth is closer than he thinks....

With their work rooted in the ridiculous, Le Navet Bete's Dick Tracy is a physical comedy influenced by the world-famous detective incorporating fooling, original live music, plenty of audience interaction, lightning quick character changes, incredibly authentic accents spattered with mystery, malice and mischief.

“Le Navet Bete are a company on top form and leagues ahead of anyone else doing this work.” ***** What’s On Stage 

Event Dates

Fri.9th.Oct 2015

19:30

Wadebridge Town Hall

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James Wilton Dance

Last Man Standing

Our planet is under constant threat from external forces like solar flares or meteors. The thought that everything could end in an instant is compelling and can cause us to reflect on our own purpose and place in the universe.

This first full length work by James Wilton Dance will explore the desire to survive and the fragility of our existence, the hard-wired human drive to stay alive despite the inevitability of our ultimate conclusion. The driving physicality of James’ movement style is informed by martial arts and combat and is instantly characterised by super-physical floor work which gives the work a unique dynamic.  

Event Dates

Fri.9th.Oct 2015

19:30

Keay Theatre

Mon.12th.Oct 2015

19:30

Budehaven School

Tue.13th.Oct 2015

19:30

The Acorn, Penzance

Wed.14th.Oct 2015

19:30

Looe Community School

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The Clockwork Moth

The Devil With The Three Golden Hairs

A hidden gem by the Brothers Grimm, blending intricate shadow-puppetry, storytelling and live music to create a sensory feast performed by The Clockwork Moth. A teenage boy, believed to have been born lucky, embarks on a journey to the underworld and back. This is classic Grimm's - darkly sweet, funny, and deeply magical - a brutal King, a deathly ferryman, a narcissistic Lucifer, and a host of wise-women, curses, enchantments and courtly delights.

"an enchanting show, delivered with an obvious passion and dedication to the craft...a seamless choreography of puppetry and set changes; with a bewildering array of 60 individually crafted scenes passing before our eyes." James Richardson, Angel Heart Theatre.

"It is unique, magic, beautiful, deep, strong, funny, and captures both children and adults with great timing and soundtrack." Nathilde Overrein Rapp, Jellyfish Productions.
 

Event Dates

Sun.11th.Oct 2015

14:30

The Centre, Newlyn

Fri.4th.Dec 2015

19:00

Dobwalls Memorial Hall

Sat.12th.Dec 2015

16:00

Millbrook Village Hall

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The Forbidden Door

Devil's Violin

What would you sacrifice for the sake of the one you love?

The Forbidden Door tells passionate, funny and hauntingly interwoven stories. Twisting human nature’s need to disobey the rules into beautiful tales of love and loss. With their visceral combination of live music and interwoven storytelling, The Devil’s Violin weaves a powerful spell of melody and mood.

This is storytelling for adults; there are no big eyes or nursery rhymes. Expect impossible quests, heart-stopping twists, love, loss, high drama, low comedy and pure moments of total abandonment from the real world.  

Event Dates

Sat.17th.Oct 2015

16:00

The Atlantic Hotel, Newquay

Thu.14th.Jan 2016

19:30

St Endellion Church

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Tony Hazzard

An Evening With....

A legendary songwriter with a string of hits to his name, Tony Hazzard has had songs recorded by household names including Manfred Mann, The Hollies, Andy Williams, Nana Mouskouri, Lulu, The Tremeloes, Gene Pitney, and many more.

Tony has also recorded five albums of his own and also played and sung on many recording sessions for others, featuring on three of Elton John’s early albums. His shows consist of not only songs, but also anecdotes gleaned from his years in the music business. Tony accompanies himself on guitar and ukulele.

“Terrific list (of songs), but just ‘Ha Ha Said The Clown’ would be enough. Great song!” Sir Richard Stilgoe, songwriter, lyricist and musician. 

Event Dates

Sat.17th.Oct 2015

19:00

Whitecross Village Hall

Fri.30th.Oct 2015

19:30

Troon Church Hall

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Spiltmilk Dance

Blast From The Past

Jam-packed with hits, Blast from the Past is a fast-paced race through seven decades of the blockbusters and bestsellers we all remember, and the fads and fashions we might prefer to forget. Set to a soundtrack of chart toppers from 1952 to the present day, the show sings the praises of British pop culture and its ability to unite us all in weird and wonderful ways.
Somewhere between a dance performance, sketch show, TV gameshow and the ultimate compilation album, Blast from the Past will have you feeling nostalgic, singing along, laughing out loud and playing a swift game of pass the parcel!

Spiltmilk Dance have been ‘sticking a big fat ray of sunshine’ into the world of contemporary dance since 2005 but this is their first visit to Cornwall. Audiences leave a Spiltmilk Dance experience smiling, toe tapping, and wanting more!
 

Event Dates

Sat.17th.Oct 2015

19:30

The Tolmen Centre

Sun.18th.Oct 2015

15:00

Carnon Downs Village Hall

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Wild Willy Barrett

with French Connection

"From a cafe in Paris, via a hoolie in Dublin, to a night out in New Orleans with rip-roaring fiddle and banjo – this band does it all!”

A fabulous show suitable for all ages, directed by the inimitable Wild Willy Barrett. Charismatic French singer Aurora Colson takes centre stage, captivating audiences with her compelling and expressive vocals as she effortlessly tackles a wide range of styles: from Bluegrass to acoustic blues, with haunting Irish melodies and a touch of Piaf thrown into the mix.

Innovative arrangements beautifully performed on instruments including the guitar, cello, fiddle, banjo and uilleann pipes, all overlaid with a large dose of wry humour.
 

Event Dates

Fri.23rd.Oct 2015

19:30

North Hill Village Hall

Sat.24th.Oct 2015

19:30

St Endellion Church

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PuppetCraft

Monkey

The comic adventures of a fantastical superhero, inspired by the classic Chinese epic story and with a script written specially for PuppetCraft by the brilliant poet Michael Rosen, Children’s Laureate 2007–2009.

Stunning string puppets, antique shadow puppets and live music tell the story of the birth and comic escapades of Monkey -the trickster who hatched from an egg, can fly on a cloud and can transform into anything.

For 24 years PuppetCraft has been touring far and wide, becoming one of Britain's top puppet companies, and a mainstay of the Carn to Cove programme.
 

Event Dates

Fri.6th.Nov 2015

18:30

Landewednack Community Hall

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Sam Lee and Friends

Since bursting on to the folk scene at the end of the Noughties, Sam Lee has blazed a trail as an outstanding singer and song collector, the driving force behind the eclectic, award-winning folk club The Nest Collective, which has brought traditional music to all kinds of new stages and venues, and founder of a burgeoning song collectors’ movement that inspires a new generation of performers to draw on living source singers rather than books and records.

Event Dates

Fri.6th.Nov 2015

20:00

Calstock Hall

Sat.7th.Nov 2015

20:00

Falmouth Poly

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Fol Espoir

Instructions For American Servicemen In Britain

It’s 1942 and a horde of Yankee servicemen have just arrived in England - where the locals speak a strange dialect, boil all their food, and talk endlessly about the weather. The Americans see the Brits as a strange race. Get ready to judge for yourself in a night of joyous laughter and downright silliness as a crack team of experts attempt to explain the rules of British life.

This rib-tickling new show for adults and families is from comic company Fol Espoir the creators of 'Winston On the Run' (★★★★★ WhatsOnStage) and 'Dr Brown Because' (★★★★ The Times, The Sunday Times, Time Out).
 

Event Dates

Sat.7th.Nov 2015

19:30

Blisland Village Hall

Sun.8th.Nov 2015

19:30

Callington Primary School

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Iain Ballamy & Stian Carstensen

Little Radio

Internationally acclaimed jazz saxophonist, Iain Ballamy and accordionist, Stian Carstensen delve into the musical memories of local residents young and old to retrieve well-loved songs which they customise and return to Calstock.

Like a live, special jukebox, these reworked, locally prized songs sit within a rich programme, ranging from classic jazz standards to tangos, Chopin to children’s songs plus original music all performed with Little Radio’s unique flair and wit.

"Ballamy is one of Europe's finest jazz saxophonists and Carstensen a multi-instrumentalist who is also an accordion virtuoso.” The Observer

Thanks to the children of St Dominic Primary School and residents of Fernleigh House, Albaston for their participation in this project. 

Little Radio   website

Please note Doors Open at 6.00pm, Start time is 7.00pm for this event

Tickets in advance :
Standard : £8.00     (£9.00 On The Door)
Unwaged, Under18s : £6.00
Family : £22.00

(2Adult,2Under18)

The Little Radio project is produced by sounduk in partnership with Calstock Arts and supported by Arts Council England, Carn to Cove and PRS for Music Foundation.

Event Dates

Fri.13th.Nov 2015

19:00

Calstock Arts, The Old Chapel

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Circus Berzercus

Komedy of Errors

Two brilliant performers from Circus Berzercus - Gerald (juggler Ben Cornish) and Wallace (clown Steve Eldridge) combine to bring you a show packed with comedy and circus skills. Their family show Komedy of Errors has been a hit around the country, appealing to adults and children alike.

Audiences enjoy the dazzling juggling, mad monocycling, hint of danger - and plenty of opportunities for them to get in on the act.  

Event Dates

Fri.13th.Nov 2015

19:00

Lambeage Hall, Coverack

Sat.14th.Nov 2015

18:30

The Stithians Centre

Sun.15th.Nov 2015

14:00

Trannack C.P. School

Sat.12th.Dec 2015

19:30

Warleggan Jubilee Hall

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Mervyn Stutter

Utterly Stutterly

Mervyn Stutter is an actor, comedian, scriptwriter, satirical songwriter, founder member of The Flying Pickets and something of a national treasure; he performs at the Edinburgh Fringe every year and audiences love him.

He’s worked on Radio, TV, in theatre and cabaret and knows how to tell stories and sing songs, poke fun at himself and the Baby Boomer generation.

His sometimes wicked but always affectionate sense of humour brings warmth and joy to an audience that is happy to laugh both at his life and their own.  

Event Dates

Sat.14th.Nov 2015

19:00

Townshend Village Hall

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Ninebarrow

Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo, who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Described by Mike Harding as sounding ‘damn fine’ and by Seth Lakeman as ‘a fantastic duo’, Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere combine breathtaking vocal harmonies and melodies, delivering original songs that are inspired and rooted in the landscape and history of the British Isles.

As well as crafting unique and engaging original material, Ninebarrow also take a wide-range of traditional folk songs and rework them in their own, distinctive way. They occupy the middle ground between Simon & Garfunkel and Seth Lakeman.  

Event Dates

Sat.14th.Nov 2015

19:30

Liskerrett Community Centre

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IMS Prussia Cove

Take Five

Take Five brings together five top class professional musicians from IMS Prussia Cove to perform a varied programme of music for violin, viola cello and double bass, presented in an accessible, informative and compelling way the players introduce a variety of music for different combinations of instruments, leading to a performance of Dvorak's youthful Quintet for string quartet and double bass.

For over 40 years musicians from across the world have been drawn to the seminars at IMS Prussia Cove, near Penzance, to share their passion for chamber music - the ‘music of friends'. In musician's circles the IMS name is associated with top quality chamber music performance, attracting both seasoned professionals and outstandingly gifted young players.

Photo credit : Miles Essex 

Event Dates

Wed.2nd.Dec 2015

19:30

The Centre, Newlyn

Thu.3rd.Dec 2015

19:30

Church of St Mary & St Julian, Maker

Fri.4th.Dec 2015

20:00

Calstock Arts, The Old Chapel

Sat.5th.Dec 2015

20:00

St Ives Guildhall

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Megan Henwood

Megan Henwood first came to the notice of the folk fraternity when she won the BBC’s Young Folk Award in 2009 and was nominated for their Horizon Award in 2012.

Her debut album ‘Making Waves’ saw her songs played widely on national and regional radio as well as playlisted on Radio 2. Megan has spent two years writing, recording and producing her new album ‘Head Heart Hand’ a set of bewitching songs of lyrical depth.

With her distinctive voice, accomplished guitar playing and engaging banter, she delivers her songs with an honesty and integrity that touches those lucky enough to see her live.  

Event Dates

Sat.12th.Dec 2015

19:00

Praa Sands Village Hall

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Carn to Cove is part of Cornwall Arts Centre Trust Ltd, Charity No. 292138, Company No. 01727731. We are funded by Arts Council England and Cornwall Council.
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