The Grenaways / The Rowan Tree / Harbottle & Jonas @ Exeter Cavern
Mar
4
7:30 PM19:30

The Grenaways / The Rowan Tree / Harbottle & Jonas @ Exeter Cavern

The Grenaways could be said to be mining the rich veins of inspirational ore that course through their home turf, adding a sense of their own ties to the region and especially it's Celtic heritage. But, they are a band set for far wider horizons than just Cornwall with a massive and alternative sound billowing through their musical sails... 

They are rootsy storytellers, unique in the folk style, with songs that are rich in nautical undertones, influenced so much by the sea, the people and coastal living. 

2017 has been a significant year for The Grenaways winning the 'Song For Cornwall' with their new song, Ster Kosel, which means, Quiet Stars, in the Cornish language. They then went on to place second in the International Celtic Song Competition at the Pan Celtic Festival in Carlow, Ireland and to represent Cornwall at the Festival Interceltique De Lorient in Brittany... 


The Rowan Tree was formed for the 2017 Pan Celtic festival by siblings Tom Fosten and Laura Garcia on guitar and flute. The pair are joined by Cornish musician Richard Trethewey on fiddle, mandolin and vocals and Neal Jolly on bass and whistles. Encompassing traditional music predominantly from Cornwall and original pieces with a Celtic feel, The Rowan Tree a unique and engaging sound.


Harbottle & Jonas are a stunning young folk duo based in Totnes, Devon. Their music is eclectic and is always accompanied with a great story. They have received plaudits from folk royalty including Seth & Geoff Lakeman, Jon Boden, Rod Clements, Declan Sinnott, BBC Introducing and have recently been endorsed by Seasalt Clothing. Playing up to 200 gigs each year, these troubadours are to be found far and wide across our beautiful island.

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The Grenaways / The Rowan Tree / Harbottle & Jonas
Mar
3
to Mar 4

The Grenaways / The Rowan Tree / Harbottle & Jonas

The Melting Pot  

Come celebrate not just St Piran's, but also our 2nd birthday too. Winners of last year's Kan Rag Kernow, The Grenaways return to perform their rootsy folk music. They are supported by this year's contenders, The Rowan Tree. Combined with a large range of Cornish ales, late licence and disco, this is sure to be the perfect start to the weekend.

The Grenaways could be said to be mining the rich veins of inspirational ore that course through their home turf, adding a sense of their own ties to the region and especially it's Celtic heritage. But, they are a band set for far wider horizons than just Cornwall with a massive and alternative sound billowing through their musical sails... 

They are rootsy storytellers, unique in the folk style, with songs that are rich in nautical undertones, influenced so much by the sea, the people and coastal living. 

2017 has been a significant year for The Grenaways winning the 'Song For Cornwall' with their new song, Ster Kosel, which means, Quiet Stars, in the Cornish language. They then went on to place second in the International Celtic Song Competition at the Pan Celtic Festival in Carlow, Ireland and to represent Cornwall at the Festival Interceltique De Lorient in Brittany... 


The Rowan Tree was formed for the 2017 Pan Celtic festival by siblings Tom Fosten and Laura Garcia on guitar and flute. The pair are joined by Cornish musician Richard Trethewey on fiddle, mandolin and vocals and Neal Jolly on bass and whistles. Encompassing traditional music predominantly from Cornwall and original pieces with a Celtic feel, The Rowan Tree a unique and engaging sound.


Harbottle & Jonas are a stunning young folk duo based in Totnes, Devon. Their music is eclectic and is always accompanied with a great story. They have received plaudits from folk royalty including Seth & Geoff Lakeman, Jon Boden, Rod Clements, Declan Sinnott, BBC Introducing and have recently been endorsed by Seasalt Clothing. Playing up to 200 gigs each year, these troubadours are to be found far and wide across our beautiful island.

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The Mousehole Cat - Solomon Browne Hall, Mousehole
Dec
17
to Dec 31

The Mousehole Cat - Solomon Browne Hall, Mousehole

THE MOUSEHOLE CAT
by Antonia Barber
adapted by Alan M Kent

 

Mowzer is back home for Christmas...


A magical puppet and live action production of Antonia Barber’s classic children’s story, The Mousehole Cat, performed in the heart of Mousehole alongside the village’s famous Christmas light display.


Based on a well-known Cornish legend this uniquely heart warming story of the friendship between a fearless fisherman and his devoted cat will warm the cockles of everyone's hearts... almost as much as an ‘efty portion of stargazy pie!


The Mousehole Cat runs for two weeks from 17 December at the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall, Mousehole.

 

This magical show lasts for approximately one hour allowing families to soak up the atmosphere of Cornwall’s most famous Christmas light display and enjoy a live performance all in one evening.
 

Last year we sold out so book early to ensure your family experiences the magic of Mowzer this Christmas.

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Nov
5
7:30 PM19:30

Lowender Peran

A concert at Lowender Peran, with Camborne Town Band, Bec Applebee, Laura Garcia and Kemysk Dancers. This concert will feature an exciting new brass arrangement of 'Durzona', one of Brenda Wootton's songs. It will also feature the debut of a newly commissioned song written by Richard to celebrate the sounds of Cornish Mining.

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