Gwaryjy (gwar-ee-gee) - Theatre in the House (Kernewyk/Cornish) Covid-safe ‘theatre-in-the-round’ experiences Brand new theatre company Popp Theatre has secured Arts Council England funding to bring a new, groundbreaking, innovative theatre of the future to Truro.
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Since their formation in 2012, The Stowes have built on a shared love of traditional Celtic music and unique personal experience to create a signature sound that is becoming rapidly recognisable across the Cornish and Celtic folk scene. When and Where
Funny man Johnny Cowling has been delighting audiences for over 20 years. His Cornish charm and quick wit make him an obvious choice of entertainment for his vocal talent and humour. When & Where Sunday 23rd May 7.30pm - 9.30pm
The Scribes are a multi-award winning hip hop three piece based in Bristol consisting of lyricist/multi instrumentalist Ill Literate, rapper Jonny Steele and beatbox maestro Lacey.
Will Keating and John Dowling first got together for Wills debut album Cornwall My Home (Kernow OW Thre) in 2017. Since then, they have toured Scilly back in May 2019, and North Wales at the beginning of 2020.
Don’t be fooled by the name! A quartet of guitars, double bass and drums, The Disappointments play an eclectic feel-good mix with flavours of Rockabilly, Country, Ska and more. Self-penned songs of love, loss, hope and joy with a few well-known favorites thrown in for good measure.
A new comic Cornish folk tale Jago Clemo is out of luck and the devil knows it! Down at his local pub, furloughed and frustrated, Jago will bet on any game going… Unfortunately, so will the Devil!
The path to the heart of the wild in Tehidy Woods, near Portreath
The Slinky Minsky’s are Cornwall’s very own Caburlesque act. Join them as they mix together the wildness of cabaret with timeless touches of burlesque.
An old gardener is woken late at night by mysterious noises coming from the potting shed. If it’snot a fox or a badger it can only mean one thing, he has a piskie in the garden.