What's On

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Pirates of Penzance - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    The Pirates Of Penzance: Sep 17th-21th
    Sentimental pirates, silly policemen and swashbuckling musical fun in this well-loved classic, as Penzance’s most famous outlaws clash with the ‘very model of a modern Major General’.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • St Ives

    September Festival - St Ives

    St Ives September Festival

    What’s it all about?

    Started in 1978, the festival lasts for fifteen days offering a wide range of music, arts and literature events in locations throughout St Ives, attracting visitors from far and wide.

    What happens?

    With music, visual arts, poetry, literature, theatre and cinema on offer around St Ives, in Cornwall. 

    This year’s Festival will take place over 15 days from Saturday, September 8th , to Saturday, September 22nd.

    The acclaimed Hackney Colliery Band are heading to the 2018 St Ives September Festival.The band, who have gone from success to success since appearing at the 2012 London Olympic Games closing ceremony, are one of five acts already booked to appear at St Ives Guildhall during the Festival, alongside Welsh indie-roots band, Rusty Shackle, Daphne's Flight, The Young 'Uns and closing the festival on September 22nd, Scotish folk band, Breabach. 

    For further information about the 2018  Festival, which will includes music, theatre, poetry, film, walks, talks and arts events - go to festival WEBSITE

    Ticket prices vary depending upon event.

    Ticketed gigs take place at The Guildhall and The Western Hotel which hosts a full programme. There will be music of all types in the Guildhall and the Pubs.

    Other attractions

    Other attractions include arts workshops and classes, arts exhibitions, talks, walks, theatre, comedy, films, cabaret, street entertainment, poetry, and many other events. As well as Open Studios, where local artists open their workspaces to the public in order to feature their work in art, ceramics, textiles and glass; there will also be an art exhibition in the St Ives School of Painting and ceramic pit firing on Porthmeor Beach.

    To book tickets click HERE

    Venues around the town
    St Ives
    CORNWALL
    TR26 2BS

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Pirates of Penzance - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    The Pirates Of Penzance: Sep 17th-21th
    Sentimental pirates, silly policemen and swashbuckling musical fun in this well-loved classic, as Penzance’s most famous outlaws clash with the ‘very model of a modern Major General’.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • St Ives

    September Festival - St Ives

    St Ives September Festival

    What’s it all about?

    Started in 1978, the festival lasts for fifteen days offering a wide range of music, arts and literature events in locations throughout St Ives, attracting visitors from far and wide.

    What happens?

    With music, visual arts, poetry, literature, theatre and cinema on offer around St Ives, in Cornwall. 

    This year’s Festival will take place over 15 days from Saturday, September 8th , to Saturday, September 22nd.

    The acclaimed Hackney Colliery Band are heading to the 2018 St Ives September Festival.The band, who have gone from success to success since appearing at the 2012 London Olympic Games closing ceremony, are one of five acts already booked to appear at St Ives Guildhall during the Festival, alongside Welsh indie-roots band, Rusty Shackle, Daphne's Flight, The Young 'Uns and closing the festival on September 22nd, Scotish folk band, Breabach. 

    For further information about the 2018  Festival, which will includes music, theatre, poetry, film, walks, talks and arts events - go to festival WEBSITE

    Ticket prices vary depending upon event.

    Ticketed gigs take place at The Guildhall and The Western Hotel which hosts a full programme. There will be music of all types in the Guildhall and the Pubs.

    Other attractions

    Other attractions include arts workshops and classes, arts exhibitions, talks, walks, theatre, comedy, films, cabaret, street entertainment, poetry, and many other events. As well as Open Studios, where local artists open their workspaces to the public in order to feature their work in art, ceramics, textiles and glass; there will also be an art exhibition in the St Ives School of Painting and ceramic pit firing on Porthmeor Beach.

    To book tickets click HERE

    Venues around the town
    St Ives
    CORNWALL
    TR26 2BS

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Thursday, September 20, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Pirates of Penzance - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    The Pirates Of Penzance: Sep 17th-21th
    Sentimental pirates, silly policemen and swashbuckling musical fun in this well-loved classic, as Penzance’s most famous outlaws clash with the ‘very model of a modern Major General’.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • St Ives

    September Festival - St Ives

    St Ives September Festival

    What’s it all about?

    Started in 1978, the festival lasts for fifteen days offering a wide range of music, arts and literature events in locations throughout St Ives, attracting visitors from far and wide.

    What happens?

    With music, visual arts, poetry, literature, theatre and cinema on offer around St Ives, in Cornwall. 

    This year’s Festival will take place over 15 days from Saturday, September 8th , to Saturday, September 22nd.

    The acclaimed Hackney Colliery Band are heading to the 2018 St Ives September Festival.The band, who have gone from success to success since appearing at the 2012 London Olympic Games closing ceremony, are one of five acts already booked to appear at St Ives Guildhall during the Festival, alongside Welsh indie-roots band, Rusty Shackle, Daphne's Flight, The Young 'Uns and closing the festival on September 22nd, Scotish folk band, Breabach. 

    For further information about the 2018  Festival, which will includes music, theatre, poetry, film, walks, talks and arts events - go to festival WEBSITE

    Ticket prices vary depending upon event.

    Ticketed gigs take place at The Guildhall and The Western Hotel which hosts a full programme. There will be music of all types in the Guildhall and the Pubs.

    Other attractions

    Other attractions include arts workshops and classes, arts exhibitions, talks, walks, theatre, comedy, films, cabaret, street entertainment, poetry, and many other events. As well as Open Studios, where local artists open their workspaces to the public in order to feature their work in art, ceramics, textiles and glass; there will also be an art exhibition in the St Ives School of Painting and ceramic pit firing on Porthmeor Beach.

    To book tickets click HERE

    Venues around the town
    St Ives
    CORNWALL
    TR26 2BS

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Friday, September 21, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Pirates of Penzance - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    The Pirates Of Penzance: Sep 17th-21th
    Sentimental pirates, silly policemen and swashbuckling musical fun in this well-loved classic, as Penzance’s most famous outlaws clash with the ‘very model of a modern Major General’.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • St Ives

    September Festival - St Ives

    St Ives September Festival

    What’s it all about?

    Started in 1978, the festival lasts for fifteen days offering a wide range of music, arts and literature events in locations throughout St Ives, attracting visitors from far and wide.

    What happens?

    With music, visual arts, poetry, literature, theatre and cinema on offer around St Ives, in Cornwall. 

    This year’s Festival will take place over 15 days from Saturday, September 8th , to Saturday, September 22nd.

    The acclaimed Hackney Colliery Band are heading to the 2018 St Ives September Festival.The band, who have gone from success to success since appearing at the 2012 London Olympic Games closing ceremony, are one of five acts already booked to appear at St Ives Guildhall during the Festival, alongside Welsh indie-roots band, Rusty Shackle, Daphne's Flight, The Young 'Uns and closing the festival on September 22nd, Scotish folk band, Breabach. 

    For further information about the 2018  Festival, which will includes music, theatre, poetry, film, walks, talks and arts events - go to festival WEBSITE

    Ticket prices vary depending upon event.

    Ticketed gigs take place at The Guildhall and The Western Hotel which hosts a full programme. There will be music of all types in the Guildhall and the Pubs.

    Other attractions

    Other attractions include arts workshops and classes, arts exhibitions, talks, walks, theatre, comedy, films, cabaret, street entertainment, poetry, and many other events. As well as Open Studios, where local artists open their workspaces to the public in order to feature their work in art, ceramics, textiles and glass; there will also be an art exhibition in the St Ives School of Painting and ceramic pit firing on Porthmeor Beach.

    To book tickets click HERE

    Venues around the town
    St Ives
    CORNWALL
    TR26 2BS

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Looe

    Music Festival - Looe

    Looe Music Festival, one of the last summer festivals on the South Coast

    What’s it all about?

    It’s the last of the summer festivals in a dramatic, magical location. Visit for the day, or stay all weekend. When you’re done dancing holes in the sand, you can stroll back to your holiday cottage, hotel, B&B, caravan or grab a shuttle bus to your campsite.

    The 2018 line up 

    STEVE ‘N’ SEAGULLS | THE WATERBOYS | THE STRANGLERS | MARTIN HARLEY & DANIEL KIMBRO | THE QUIREBOYS | HIMALAYAS | AILBHE REDDY | RHYS LEWIS | THE YOUNG UNS | MOLOTOV JUKEBOX | STEPHEN JAMES SMITH | LOS PACAMINOS featuring PAUL YOUNG | GWENNO | THE VIEWERS | BAKA BEYOND | SIMON JAMES & THE DEEP RIVER PILOTS | JILL JACKSON | EMILY CAPELL | TOKYO TABOO | COCO & THE BUTTERFIELDS | MAD DOG MCREA | CRAWFORD MACK | THE CORRESPONDENTS | BEZ (Happy Mondays) DJ Set | PP ARNOLD | UNCLE FRANK | GAZ BROOKFIELD & THE COMPANY OF THIEVES | CECIL | WILLE & THE BANDITS | TRAD.ATTACK | INTERCEPTORS | THE LONDON AFRICAN GOSPEL CHOIR | PEATBOG FAERIES | SERIOUS CHILD | HANNAH SANDERS & BEN SAVAGE | HONEY & THE BEAR | THE HUT PEOPLE | LORRAINE LUCAS | CHARLIE DORE | JOHN ALEXANDER | OOMPAH BRASS | THE NORMALS | THE ESKIES | HOLLIE ROGERS | KITTY MACFARLANE | BEV LEE HARLING | SONIC KINGDOM | JOE CHOWN | TOTALLY UKELESS | THE HUCKLEBERRY FINNS | RAIN RESERVE | PLUS MANY MORE NAMES STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED

    See the full 2018 line up and the schedule for the weekend HERE

    Book tickets HERE

    Previous big performers have included The Darkness, Reef, The Stranglers, Levellers, Seth Lakeman, Chas & Dave, The Damned, Roy Wood, Ade Edmonson, The Selecter and Sham 69. Looe Music Festival 2017 promises another superb line-up, and a family-friendly weekend to look forward to. Expect an eclectic line-up of local, national and international bands and solo artists, music workshops, and live music on every corner. 

    What happens?

    For three days in September the beautiful port of Looe in South East Cornwall delivers a big weekend of music, entertainment and culture. Unique on the festival circuit, Looe Music Festival takes place in the heart of town with the main stages on the beach and around the bustling harbour. Wherever you look there are amazing views, intoxicating music, side streets to explore, and pubs to lose a day in.

    The festival pops-up from nowhere to transform the beach and the streets, giving locals & visitors from all over the world a chance to mingle and enjoy the show. A grown-up festival with something for the entire family from folk, punk, ska, choral, classical, barbershop, jazz, hip hop and even bhangra.

    How can you take part?
    Buy your event tickets early, book your accommodation, and head for the award winning seaside resort of Looe for a long weekend in September and enjoy this magical event. See you on the beach!

    Looe Music Festival
    Fore Street
    East Looe
    Looe
    Cornwall
    PL13 1AA

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Bodmin

    Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne - Bodmin

    Cohen's authoritative singing style and approach is firmly rooted in the traditions of the British Isles.
    An experienced player of the melodeon and anglo concertina, Cohen has performed in numerous line-ups over the years but is probably best-known as a member the trio Granny's Attic.

    Venue: St Petrocs Centre, Bodmin

    Doors Open 7.45pm  Show Starts 8.15pm

    Book HERE or Phone 01726 879500

    Buy from Bodmin Tourist Centre


     

Saturday, September 22, 2018

  • St Ives

    September Festival - St Ives

    St Ives September Festival

    What’s it all about?

    Started in 1978, the festival lasts for fifteen days offering a wide range of music, arts and literature events in locations throughout St Ives, attracting visitors from far and wide.

    What happens?

    With music, visual arts, poetry, literature, theatre and cinema on offer around St Ives, in Cornwall. 

    This year’s Festival will take place over 15 days from Saturday, September 8th , to Saturday, September 22nd.

    The acclaimed Hackney Colliery Band are heading to the 2018 St Ives September Festival.The band, who have gone from success to success since appearing at the 2012 London Olympic Games closing ceremony, are one of five acts already booked to appear at St Ives Guildhall during the Festival, alongside Welsh indie-roots band, Rusty Shackle, Daphne's Flight, The Young 'Uns and closing the festival on September 22nd, Scotish folk band, Breabach. 

    For further information about the 2018  Festival, which will includes music, theatre, poetry, film, walks, talks and arts events - go to festival WEBSITE

    Ticket prices vary depending upon event.

    Ticketed gigs take place at The Guildhall and The Western Hotel which hosts a full programme. There will be music of all types in the Guildhall and the Pubs.

    Other attractions

    Other attractions include arts workshops and classes, arts exhibitions, talks, walks, theatre, comedy, films, cabaret, street entertainment, poetry, and many other events. As well as Open Studios, where local artists open their workspaces to the public in order to feature their work in art, ceramics, textiles and glass; there will also be an art exhibition in the St Ives School of Painting and ceramic pit firing on Porthmeor Beach.

    To book tickets click HERE

    Venues around the town
    St Ives
    CORNWALL
    TR26 2BS

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Looe

    Music Festival - Looe

    Looe Music Festival, one of the last summer festivals on the South Coast

    What’s it all about?

    It’s the last of the summer festivals in a dramatic, magical location. Visit for the day, or stay all weekend. When you’re done dancing holes in the sand, you can stroll back to your holiday cottage, hotel, B&B, caravan or grab a shuttle bus to your campsite.

    The 2018 line up 

    STEVE ‘N’ SEAGULLS | THE WATERBOYS | THE STRANGLERS | MARTIN HARLEY & DANIEL KIMBRO | THE QUIREBOYS | HIMALAYAS | AILBHE REDDY | RHYS LEWIS | THE YOUNG UNS | MOLOTOV JUKEBOX | STEPHEN JAMES SMITH | LOS PACAMINOS featuring PAUL YOUNG | GWENNO | THE VIEWERS | BAKA BEYOND | SIMON JAMES & THE DEEP RIVER PILOTS | JILL JACKSON | EMILY CAPELL | TOKYO TABOO | COCO & THE BUTTERFIELDS | MAD DOG MCREA | CRAWFORD MACK | THE CORRESPONDENTS | BEZ (Happy Mondays) DJ Set | PP ARNOLD | UNCLE FRANK | GAZ BROOKFIELD & THE COMPANY OF THIEVES | CECIL | WILLE & THE BANDITS | TRAD.ATTACK | INTERCEPTORS | THE LONDON AFRICAN GOSPEL CHOIR | PEATBOG FAERIES | SERIOUS CHILD | HANNAH SANDERS & BEN SAVAGE | HONEY & THE BEAR | THE HUT PEOPLE | LORRAINE LUCAS | CHARLIE DORE | JOHN ALEXANDER | OOMPAH BRASS | THE NORMALS | THE ESKIES | HOLLIE ROGERS | KITTY MACFARLANE | BEV LEE HARLING | SONIC KINGDOM | JOE CHOWN | TOTALLY UKELESS | THE HUCKLEBERRY FINNS | RAIN RESERVE | PLUS MANY MORE NAMES STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED

    See the full 2018 line up and the schedule for the weekend HERE

    Book tickets HERE

    Previous big performers have included The Darkness, Reef, The Stranglers, Levellers, Seth Lakeman, Chas & Dave, The Damned, Roy Wood, Ade Edmonson, The Selecter and Sham 69. Looe Music Festival 2017 promises another superb line-up, and a family-friendly weekend to look forward to. Expect an eclectic line-up of local, national and international bands and solo artists, music workshops, and live music on every corner. 

    What happens?

    For three days in September the beautiful port of Looe in South East Cornwall delivers a big weekend of music, entertainment and culture. Unique on the festival circuit, Looe Music Festival takes place in the heart of town with the main stages on the beach and around the bustling harbour. Wherever you look there are amazing views, intoxicating music, side streets to explore, and pubs to lose a day in.

    The festival pops-up from nowhere to transform the beach and the streets, giving locals & visitors from all over the world a chance to mingle and enjoy the show. A grown-up festival with something for the entire family from folk, punk, ska, choral, classical, barbershop, jazz, hip hop and even bhangra.

    How can you take part?
    Buy your event tickets early, book your accommodation, and head for the award winning seaside resort of Looe for a long weekend in September and enjoy this magical event. See you on the beach!

    Looe Music Festival
    Fore Street
    East Looe
    Looe
    Cornwall
    PL13 1AA

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Eden Project

    Eden Art's Festival- Art's and Nature Weekend - Eden Project

    An immersive and inspitation weekend is assured on 22-23 September. Come and celebrate the connections betweem art, science and nature through exhibitions, theatre, music, dance and creative workshops.

     

    This weekend, surrounded by the most stunning setting, you can enjoy performances from 10 Steps to Happiness, who recently performed at the Brighton Fringe Festival, as well as Bottled Up, who were also recently seen at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Immerse yourself in folk music from one of Britain's leading musicians, Ange Hardy.

    For a more family friendly experience, see Eden's Family Weekend on the first weekend of the festival (15-16 September).

    All activites are free with Eden admission.

    To view the full programme visit www.edenproject.com/arts-festival

Sunday, September 23, 2018

  • Looe

    Music Festival - Looe

    Looe Music Festival, one of the last summer festivals on the South Coast

    What’s it all about?

    It’s the last of the summer festivals in a dramatic, magical location. Visit for the day, or stay all weekend. When you’re done dancing holes in the sand, you can stroll back to your holiday cottage, hotel, B&B, caravan or grab a shuttle bus to your campsite.

    The 2018 line up 

    STEVE ‘N’ SEAGULLS | THE WATERBOYS | THE STRANGLERS | MARTIN HARLEY & DANIEL KIMBRO | THE QUIREBOYS | HIMALAYAS | AILBHE REDDY | RHYS LEWIS | THE YOUNG UNS | MOLOTOV JUKEBOX | STEPHEN JAMES SMITH | LOS PACAMINOS featuring PAUL YOUNG | GWENNO | THE VIEWERS | BAKA BEYOND | SIMON JAMES & THE DEEP RIVER PILOTS | JILL JACKSON | EMILY CAPELL | TOKYO TABOO | COCO & THE BUTTERFIELDS | MAD DOG MCREA | CRAWFORD MACK | THE CORRESPONDENTS | BEZ (Happy Mondays) DJ Set | PP ARNOLD | UNCLE FRANK | GAZ BROOKFIELD & THE COMPANY OF THIEVES | CECIL | WILLE & THE BANDITS | TRAD.ATTACK | INTERCEPTORS | THE LONDON AFRICAN GOSPEL CHOIR | PEATBOG FAERIES | SERIOUS CHILD | HANNAH SANDERS & BEN SAVAGE | HONEY & THE BEAR | THE HUT PEOPLE | LORRAINE LUCAS | CHARLIE DORE | JOHN ALEXANDER | OOMPAH BRASS | THE NORMALS | THE ESKIES | HOLLIE ROGERS | KITTY MACFARLANE | BEV LEE HARLING | SONIC KINGDOM | JOE CHOWN | TOTALLY UKELESS | THE HUCKLEBERRY FINNS | RAIN RESERVE | PLUS MANY MORE NAMES STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED

    See the full 2018 line up and the schedule for the weekend HERE

    Book tickets HERE

    Previous big performers have included The Darkness, Reef, The Stranglers, Levellers, Seth Lakeman, Chas & Dave, The Damned, Roy Wood, Ade Edmonson, The Selecter and Sham 69. Looe Music Festival 2017 promises another superb line-up, and a family-friendly weekend to look forward to. Expect an eclectic line-up of local, national and international bands and solo artists, music workshops, and live music on every corner. 

    What happens?

    For three days in September the beautiful port of Looe in South East Cornwall delivers a big weekend of music, entertainment and culture. Unique on the festival circuit, Looe Music Festival takes place in the heart of town with the main stages on the beach and around the bustling harbour. Wherever you look there are amazing views, intoxicating music, side streets to explore, and pubs to lose a day in.

    The festival pops-up from nowhere to transform the beach and the streets, giving locals & visitors from all over the world a chance to mingle and enjoy the show. A grown-up festival with something for the entire family from folk, punk, ska, choral, classical, barbershop, jazz, hip hop and even bhangra.

    How can you take part?
    Buy your event tickets early, book your accommodation, and head for the award winning seaside resort of Looe for a long weekend in September and enjoy this magical event. See you on the beach!

    Looe Music Festival
    Fore Street
    East Looe
    Looe
    Cornwall
    PL13 1AA

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Eden Project

    Eden Art's Festival- Art's and Nature Weekend - Eden Project

    An immersive and inspitation weekend is assured on 22-23 September. Come and celebrate the connections betweem art, science and nature through exhibitions, theatre, music, dance and creative workshops.

     

    This weekend, surrounded by the most stunning setting, you can enjoy performances from 10 Steps to Happiness, who recently performed at the Brighton Fringe Festival, as well as Bottled Up, who were also recently seen at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Immerse yourself in folk music from one of Britain's leading musicians, Ange Hardy.

    For a more family friendly experience, see Eden's Family Weekend on the first weekend of the festival (15-16 September).

    All activites are free with Eden admission.

    To view the full programme visit www.edenproject.com/arts-festival

Monday, September 24, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago: September 24th-28th
    Inspired by the jazz music from the 20s, Chicago is a slick and saucy production that gives us an insight into the lives of the murderesses of the Cook County Jail.
    Featuring Iconic songs such as ‘All That Jazz‘ and ‘Razzle Dazzle‘.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago: September 24th-28th
    Inspired by the jazz music from the 20s, Chicago is a slick and saucy production that gives us an insight into the lives of the murderesses of the Cook County Jail.
    Featuring Iconic songs such as ‘All That Jazz‘ and ‘Razzle Dazzle‘.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago: September 24th-28th
    Inspired by the jazz music from the 20s, Chicago is a slick and saucy production that gives us an insight into the lives of the murderesses of the Cook County Jail.
    Featuring Iconic songs such as ‘All That Jazz‘ and ‘Razzle Dazzle‘.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Thursday, September 27, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago: September 24th-28th
    Inspired by the jazz music from the 20s, Chicago is a slick and saucy production that gives us an insight into the lives of the murderesses of the Cook County Jail.
    Featuring Iconic songs such as ‘All That Jazz‘ and ‘Razzle Dazzle‘.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Friday, September 28, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Chicago: September 24th-28th
    Inspired by the jazz music from the 20s, Chicago is a slick and saucy production that gives us an insight into the lives of the murderesses of the Cook County Jail.
    Featuring Iconic songs such as ‘All That Jazz‘ and ‘Razzle Dazzle‘.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Saturday, September 29, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Proms at the Minack - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Proms at The Minack 2018

    Rule Britannia, Britannia rules the waves....
    Presented by Mount Charles Band and friends
    performances September 29 & 30 at 7.30pm and September 30 at 2pm
    Bring your flags, horns and whistles to help create the traditional Proms ambience.
    A great party atmosphere brings the curtain down on another Minack season.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Eden Project

    Proud Eden - Eden Project

    Returning for it's second year, the eagerly awaited Proud Eden is back for a celebration of LGBTQ arts and culture with an amazing line-up of music, performance and spoken word.

    Enjoy an exciting line-up of talent brought to you by publishers Penguin Random House in association with Gay Times:

    Heather Peace, actress, musician and LGBT rights activist, will be headlining Proud Eden. Recently supporting Alison Moyet, Heather has released a new ED called Come Home.

    Toby Campion, poet, play write and performer, will be hosting the fun-filled evening. Being a UK National Poetry Slam Champion and described by BBC Sunday Politics as "the voice of a generation", Toby is known for being a witty wordsmith.

    The Trees- an all-female four-part harmony driven folk band from Plymouth.

    Matthew Todd- a multi-award winning writer and sometime performer. Matthew is the author of 'Straight Jacket- Overcoming Society's Legacy of Gay Shame'.

    Hugo Valentine- Musician, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter.

    Travis Alabanza- Performance artist, theatre maker, poet and writer.

    Kit Rice- Singer, songwriter and musician, performed on The Voice UK 2017.

    Making Gay History- The Podcast- Bringing the voices of queer history to life.

    Daniels Barter- Non-binary photographic exhibition explores and serves as a platform for gender identities that fall outside, or don't conform to, a gender binary.

    Find out more at www.edenproject.com/proud-eden

    Tickets are on sale now at just £10 per person.  

Sunday, September 30, 2018

  • Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Proms at the Minack - Minack Theatre & Visitor Centre

    Proms at The Minack 2018

    Rule Britannia, Britannia rules the waves....
    Presented by Mount Charles Band and friends
    performances September 29 & 30 at 7.30pm and September 30 at 2pm
    Bring your flags, horns and whistles to help create the traditional Proms ambience.
    A great party atmosphere brings the curtain down on another Minack season.

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Monday, October 01, 2018