Thursday, 24 August 2017

St Ives September Festival - Boathouse Theatre

St Ives September Festival 2017 - Boathouse Theatre
St Ives September Festival 2017 - Boathouse Theatre


The Boathouse is one of the most interesting venues in St Ives,

Tucked away in a former pilchard cellar behind St Ives Harbour, a tiny theatre that seats only around thirty people, so you are right up close to stage.

They are staging three theatre productions in September.

Drenched – Third Man Theatre
A one man comedy show inspired by the Cornish landscape, people, folklore and the pasties! Drenched imaginatively combines storytelling, stand-up and poetry.
Saturday 9th, Sunday 10th and Monday 11th September 2017.
Performances at 5.00 pm and 8.00 pm.
Tickets: £10.00

Murder Mystery Farce - by Jason Calder
The Hope Springs Restaurant holds a murder Mystery Night. Disaster strikes when the Chef doesn’t turn up and guests start disappearing. Who will survive to solve the mystery in this murderous comedy?
Wednesday 13th, Thursday 14th and Friday 15th September 2017.
Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd September 2017.
Performances start at 7.30 pm.
Tickets: £7.50

Something Fishy This Way Comes - Boathouse Theatre Company
When a TV show comes to St Ives, Presenter Clive Andrews interviews eccentric locals to try to get a flavour of the area. Be prepared to hear stories that should be taken with a large dose of salts.
Sunday 17th and Monday 18th September 2017.
Performances start at 7.30 pm.
Tickets: £7.50

Also at The Boathouse in September -

Dream Night
Author Beryl Beare returns with her popular dream interpretation night. After a short talk Beryl will try to interpret your dreams.
Tuesday 19th September 2017.
Evening starts at 7.30 pm.
Tickets: £5.00

Tickets are only available direct from the theatre. To book call -
07985 261 181.

Advance booking is highly recommended - as seats are limited.

More about the theatre -

Boathouse Theatre - Website

Boathouse Theatre - Facebook



You might also enjoy - St Ives September Festival 2017 -

Theatre and Comedy at St Ives Arts Club

Music at St Ives Parish Church

Workshops at St Ives Library


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