Sunday, 23 August 2009

What's On In St Ives Cornwall


Devils Creek - Lifeboat Inn - Sunday 23rd August


Another varied week of events ahead.

Many of us - me included - are very much looking forward to the end of the main holiday season and a quieter September!

We can then expect a better class of visitor as the middle classes and intelligentsia head to St Ives for the September Festival :-).

Tonight (23rd) you can catch Devils Creek at The Lifeboat Inn.
Starts at 9.00pm, free entry.
In their own words "Rocking The Blues with a sledgehammer groove."
Devils Creek

On Monday (24th) you might try a night at the movies - in the newly repainted Royal Cinema.
I'm planning to catch The Time Travellers Wife, evening show is 8.15pm.
Hope they've done justice to the book - unlike the indescribably awful Northern Lights.
Tickets are £6.00 / £4.50.
More movies and times on their website:

On Tuesday (25th) night - do something different!
St Ives Knitters will be stitching and bitching at St Ives Library.
All welcome - lots of help available for beginners.
Starts at 7.00pm, free apart from contribution to the coffee fund.
Run by my wife Jo.

On Tuesday (25th) and Wednesday (26th) Soggy The Bear is back at the Arts Club.
A wonderful production designed to introduce young children to the wonders and joys of theatre.
Performances at 10.00am and 11.30am - bring a teddy.
Tickets: £5.00
From: St Ives Theatre Box Office - 01736 797007.

On Thursday (27th) Cafe Frug is at the Arts Club.
Anything can happen - poetry, music, prose readings, films, comedy.
Led by the inimitable Bob Devereux.
Doors open sometime around 7.30pm.
Tickets on the door are £4.00 or £2.00 for club members.
St Ives Arts Club

On Friday (28th) there are two art workshops at St Ives School Of Painting.
Personal Art Practice - with help and guidance available from an experienced professional tutor.
No need to book - just turn up 10 minutes before the start time.
Morning workshop 10.00am, afternoon workshop 1.45pm.
Cost is £8.00 for each.

I'll be featuring a selection of stuff each week - with fuller listings on my calendar.
As ever I'll shamelessly plug events that I've got an interest in.
Usual incentives welcome.

More here:

For a preview of what's happening in September check out my:

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