This spring, we will be transported to fantastical worlds, moved by poignant stories, and enthralled by captivating performances in venues across Cornwall.
Featuring all 46 performances by 20 artists in 39 Cornish communities, our spring brochure is out now and making its way to leaflet stands and through letterboxes across Cornwall.
Here are just a few of the highlights to look forward to, with even more exciting events featured on our What’s On page.
This season offers fun for all ages and tastes – you’ll find music, theatre, dance, circus, film, cabaret and more, so be sure to peruse the lineup and book your tickets today!
We can’t wait to see you at a show soon.
Oll a’n gwella – all the best,
Francesca & the Carn to Cove team
Super Hot Hot Dog invites you to join them at their seaside! Visit the extrovert owner of the ice cream parlour before travelling deep underwater to meet mysterious sea creatures and a wise Octopus. Join the queue for a Super Hot Hot Dog of your choice and see yourself in new ways at the hall of mirrors.
Corali is a leader in dance created by artists with a learning disability.
Thurs 15th Feb, 3.30pm
Liskerrett Centre, Liskeard
Sat 17th Feb, 6 pm
Portreath Millennium Hall
LORE is the new production from award-winning dance company James Wilton Dance. It’s a folklore-inspired journey into a pagan world of gods, demons and humans, all embodied through otherworldly athleticism.
Thurs 22nd Feb, 7.30pm
Perranporth Memorial Hall
Fri 23rd Feb, 7pm
The Beat, Bodmin
Sat 24th Feb, 7.30pm
Calstock Village Hall
Sunday 25th February, 1.30pm
The Zone, Downderry
At a wake in a pub, a storyteller fondly remembers Cornish miner, Joe. Soon, a deeper story emerges about friendship, mischief and forces more powerful than man.
A haunting yet playful story told through music and song inspired by folklore, home, mining, memories, and mischief. Join in, sing or play along, or just listen and enjoy the story.
A Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Production in association with Tête à Tête and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Wed 6th March, 7.30pm
Wheal Martyn Clay Works,
Thurs 7th March, 7.30pm
Miners and Mechanics Institute,
Fri 8th March, 7.30pm
Kresen Kernow, Redruth
Sat 9th March, 2.30pm
Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen
Sound artist, nature beatboxer and composer Jason Singh performs his live soundtrack to John Grierson’s monumental silent documentary film Drifters.
Sarah Acton opens each performance with newly commissioned poetry, field recordings, local musicians and stories of fishing communities of the South West.
Fri 22nd March, 7.30pm
The Centre, Newlyn
Sun 24th March, 7.30pm
St Michael’s Church Hall, Newquay
Joe, Ross and Ellie used to be in a band. They were pretty good too, making waves in the pubs and clubs across the rugged patchwork of England’s southwest. They even had a song on Radio 2. But that was all a decade ago and the songs, the stories, the secrets are long since buried. Until now.
Sat 23rd March, 7.30pm
Helland Village Hall
This may be the last day in this place.
Max may have been in this place for some time. And today, Max will pull us deeper into the intimate world he shares with his bird on his trampoline. This world is a tender, heart-breaking world. A world filled with strange sounds, echoes of the past, and perhaps an idea of the future?
Sat 23rd March, 7.30pm
Redruth Wesley Chapel