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Music and Drama

 


Nos Lowen

August 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Davey & Dyer

Neil Davey and Jen Dyer are two of the leading proponents of Cornish traditional Celtic music. They are members of, the internationally acclaimed band, Dalla. They play bouzouki, fiddle and viola, and the repertoire of Cornish Celtic music, both new and old, ranges from stonking Celtic jigs, reels and polkas, to the exotic almost Balkan sound of some of the Cornish five-steps, as well as some heart-meltingly beautiful and hypnotic slower pieces.

Join us August 3rd from 7.30pm for a couple of hours of tunes with lots of friends!

Tickets £5.00


Muntjac ‘There’s No Country’

September 28th @ 7:00pm – 9.30pm

‘There’s No Country’ is an exploration of the complexities of immigration, inspired by the real stories of local migrants in Cornwall. The audience will join Zosia, a young Polish ‘everywoman’ on her quest to reclaim a sense of belonging in a new community and a new life in rural England.

When you leave your country, you remember to pack your toothbrush but be careful not to leave half your soul behind… Mother Tongue is gentle but she’s gone now, can you still truly express yourself without her warm embrace? Lines on a map, laws in a court, or even the widest oceans don’t change the fact that I, like you, am human.  

Muntjac Theatre is a new theatre company founded by Max Webb and Iga Drzymkowska, theatre practitioners based in Cornwall. The company use a unique blend of original music, live singing, powerful physical performance, naturalistic storytelling and verbatim. Their aim is to create current and experimental work, using the fusion of Eastern European and British theatre practice and providing the platform to celebrate different cultures.

Tickets: Adults £10.00 

              Students £8.00 (with a valid student card)