Wednesday 22 March 2017

St Ives September Festival 2017 - Arts Programme

St Ives September Festival 2017 - Arts Programme
Molly's Terms - Imago Theatre Company

St Ives Arts Club have scheduled the first of their shows for St Ives September Festival 2017 - and there is some good stuff.

The programme opens with the return of Imago Theatre Company, with a new production - Molly’s Terms.
"Molly’s terms for living cause her to become increasingly estranged from her studies, herself and the human condition ...... "
Thursday 7th - Saturday 9th September.

Cornish Women on the Verge, Threemilestone Showtime Academy and Studio 61 Choir present "Jack and Jenny - the Musical!".
"When Cornish mining went "scat" the miners ventured to the ends of the earth taking their tools, their skills, their pasties and sometimes their wives and children too! ...... "
Sunday 10th September.

Sweet 'N Sour - a comedy improvisation group of four top comedy performers from varying disciplines.
"We incorporate audience suggestions into an array of scenes ranging from high-end humorous wordplay to the blatantly absurd ...... "
Saturday 16th September.

Full details of all September events at the club are on:
St Ives Arts Club - Website

Tickets will go on sale soon - and when they do I'll post more info here.

The arts programme at other venues is taking shape.

St Ives Library are hosting two Creative Crafts Workshops
with textile artist Jo McIntosh.
Needle Felting - Wednesday 13th September.
Fabric Flowers - Friday 22nd September.

Boathouse Theatre are staging a Murder Mystery Farce.

St Ives Parish Church are planning an extensive music programme.

St Ives Textile Group have are exhibiting at Porthmeor Studios.

The Castle Inn will have live music every night,
apart from Monday Quiz Nights.
Their programme opens with Blooze on Friday 8th September.

More on those events here soon.

For the latest news follow:
St Ives Cornwall - Facebook

For more September events in St Ives visit:
St Ives September Festival 2017

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