|Friday 17th @ 6:30 pm||Boxtree Theatre - Treasure Island
With inventive staging, original songs and magical storytelling we invite audiences to enjoy this classic tale of adventure, treasure and, of course, rum, in Boxtree Production's unique and energetic way!
|Saturday 18th @ 7:30 pm||Slinky Minsky's - Caburlesque
The Slinky Minsky’s are Cornwall’s very own Caburlesque act. Since their relaunch earlier in the year, this talented trio have been strutting their stuff at venues across the county.
|Sunday 19th @ 2:00 pm||Squashbox Theatre - Curious Creatures
Expect to meet curious creatures of all shapes and sizes: from performing fleas and gymnastic snails to irritable alligators, over-excited elephants, and a very intelligent orang-utan!
|Sunday 19th @ 7:30 pm||Folksy Theatre - Love's Labour's Lost
This wonderful Shakespeare comedy is filled with Folksy's touch of live music, audience interaction and downright silliness.
|Wednesday 22nd @ 8:30 pm||Cinema in the Park - The Sound of Music
What needs to be said about The Sound of Music! A magical, iconic sing-a-long film.
|Friday 24th @ 8:00 pm||The Odd Folk + support
“…The best folk band you’ve never heard of!” say The Guardian.
|Saturday 25th @ 7:30 pm||Daisy Clark
Daisy Clark is a 19 year old Singer Songwriter from Cornwall. Daisy performs an array of original material inspired by various genres such as pop, folk and soul music.
|Sunday 26th @ 2:00 pm||Disparu - Waiting for a Storm
Disparu Theatre is a Cornwall based street theatre company who combine acro-balance with gentle humour and live music to create warm characters and shows that all audiences respond well to.
|Monday 27th @ 6:30 pm||Heartbreak Theatre - The Railway Children
All aboard! Full steam ahead! Find your travel companions and take your seats for Heartbreak Productions’ outdoor adaptation of The Railway Children, a classic children’s tale by Edith Nesbit.
|Wednesday 29th @ 9:00 pm||Cinema in the Park - Mamma Mia
Another night sky classic. Come along and sing along with those Greek island girls and boys!
|Thursday 30th @ 7:30 pm||Heartbreak Theatre - Pride and Prejudice
Champagne and cucumber sandwiches are permitted at this outdoor adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, but do ensure you know how to properly use a napkin, remember to chew with your mouths closed, and please, try not to fall in love with Mr Darcy, as we believe he is very soon to be engaged.
|Friday 31st @ 7:30 pm||Skillywidden
Legends of Cornish Celtic dance music Skillywidden frequently pack dance floors with their take on the nos lowen style of Cornish dance music.
|Saturday 1st @ 7:30 pm||3 Daft Monkeys in Concert
With Celtic and eastern influences, the 3 Daft Monkeys’ dynamic style of world-influenced folk music and infectious dancing rhythms will leave you breathless, enthralled and exhilarated.
|Sunday 2nd @ 7:30 pm||Murder by Appointment - 'Gatsby's Gamble'
Set in 1929, the ageing wealthy socialite Jay Gatsby is famous throughout California for his extravagant parties, his shrewd business deals, and his womanising.
|Thursday 6th @ 7:30 pm||Illyria - The Hound of the Baskervilles
The original and greatest literary detective of them all, Sherlock Holmes, and his enthusiastic but stupid assistant Doctor Watson, tackle the most baffling case of their careers in this faithful, cheeky but chilling adaptation...
|Wednesday 19th @ 7:30 pm||NorthSouth Theatre - Pals
Inspired by real war diaries, Pals is an amusing and touching piece of Theatre set during the first years of the Great War.