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Box Office:
01872 262466

1 September
Glenn Miller Orchestra
Ray McVay leads the Official Glenn Miller Orchestra, with the Moonlight Serenaders and the Uptown Hall Gang; featuring star musicians who have worked with the Orchestras of Benny Goodman, Nelson Riddle, Billy May and Frank Sinatra, in a programme to suit all tastes.
Tiickets: £10.50 - £13.5

2 - 3 September
Engie Bengy
Whadda-We-Do, Dan?
The answer is easy; come along to the theatre to meet Engie Benjy, Jollop the Dog and Dan the Van in person live on stage with a brand new show!
It’s a very special day; it’s Check up Day, the day when every vehicle receives a personal check up from Engie, Jollop and Dan.
This new show features specially designed scenery, plenty of songs, dancing and beautiful costumes.  Come along to Engie’s world, where anything can happen… and usually does.
Tickets: £8

6 - 10 September
West Side Story

Following the huge success of two Cornish premiers of Les Miserables and Summer Holiday at the Minack, Cornish Playrite Theatre Company now present you with a major revival of West Side Story.
The cast of extremely talented artists from 15 to 26 are drawn from the length and breadth of Cornwall, many train at Playrites theatre school and will be moving into the professional theatre.
West Side Story, based on Romeo and Juliet is a fast moving show, with such well known songs as Maria, Tonight and America.
Tickets: £12

11 September
Let The Beat Go On
Following our spectacular shows both nationally and internationally, Funky Feet are once again bringing their show home to Cornwall.
Watch in amazement at the incredible lifts shown by the competitive formation teams, check out snippets from the shows performed at Euro Disney Paris, The Royal Albert Hall and Sadler’s Wells Theatre London. Be dazzled by the fantastic costumes and blown over by the ability of these local children who have achieved such phenomenal success.
Tickets: £9.50 - £11.50

13 September
Pasadena Roof Orchestra
Whether you love hot jazz classics, the thrill of swing or the romantic evergreens of the golden era of the 1920s and ’30s then you shouldn’t miss the Pasadena Roof Orchestra at Hall for Cornwall.
With 16 albums and 26 years of touring it means the PRO has played in all sorts of places, all over the world, from famous concert halls to smoky clubs, before royalty and star names. The Orchestra knows how to put on a show, to amuse and entertain. Hollywood panache, a rare commodity, is its stock-in-trade.
Listen to the sounds that boiled out of New Orleans, New York and ’20s Europe. Enjoy the growling trumpet, the muted trombone, the wailing sax and the clarinet glissando rolling together over the chonk-chonk of the rhythm section.
£12.50 - £16

14 September
Russian Cossacks Dance Company
The sensational Moscow-based Russian Cossack State Dance Company is coming direct from the Edinburgh Military Tattoo to Hall for Cornwall in September with incredible acrobatic feats in a dance spectacular.
The group, dressed in wonderful costumes, will perform an exciting two-hour programme that portrays all the boisterous courage of the Cossacks through a kaleidoscope of sound and movement. They will retell tales of battle, glory, love and betrayal through inspired dancing and thundering rhythms.
Unrivalled in their field, the Cossacks will captivate audiences at Hall for Cornwall with the ultimate in folklore presentation.
Tickets: £17.50 - £19.50


Box Office: 01736 810181/471

29 August - 2 September
Titanic – The Musical
Not a stage version of the film but a haunting and resonantly composed Broadway elegy to the ship and its victims that makes something gripping and compellingly new out of this familiar
2pm and 8pm

5 - 9 September
Two Gentlemen of Verona
(Little Brighton Theatre Company)

From the company that brought you King Lear in 2003, Shakespeare meets Cole Porter in this improbable tale of love, friendship, betrayal and happy endings set in the fabulous, fun filled thirties. Sassy songs and poignant poetry in a sumptuous setting!

This is a rare chance to see what is probably Shakespeare’s earliest (it is the play they are performing at the opening of Shakespeare in Love) but least performed works. Two friends – one decides to see the world, the other to stay at home for love. But fate eventually re-unites them and like all good mates, they end up fighting over a girl.
2pm and 8pm

12 - 17 September
With its absurd plot and witty songs, Iolanthe is Gilbert and Sullivan at their best. More than 100 years after Iolanthe was written, Gilbert and Sullivan still succeeds in making us laugh at the ridiculousness and irrelevance of the establishment.
2pm and 8pm

23 & 24 September
Proms at the Minack
Bring your flags and horns for a great night out in a re-run of one of the great Minack nights of 2004.
Bound to sell quickly so don’t miss out.

Box Office: 01840 214 220


Childrens Workshops
Colliford Lake Park

31 August
Great opportunities for Kite Making (and Giant Kite Making) with John Voogd. John has worked with Welfare State International, Kneehigh Theatre, Golowan Community Arts and numerous schools – both locally and nationally.
10am - 3pm
£12 - Bookings must be made in advance

Sterts Theatre
Upton Cross
Nr Liskeard
PL14 5AZ

01579 362382/ 362962

30th August
Quimantu promises a celebration of friendship, life and diversity with a ‘real’ world of music on your street. A performance that blazes with skilful technique, energy, passion, poetry and rhythm.
£12.00/ £7.50/ £5.00

31 August & 2 September
The Wizard Of Oz
A terrific family musical packed with showstopping songs from the smash hit MGM film..This evergreen and fantastical tale of adventure mixed with homespun charm and humour is strangely effective and relevant today! Join Dorothy as she follows the yellow brick road to Oz and meets some wonderfully familiar characters along the way.
£8.50/ £6.50/ £4.50
01579 362382

31 August
The Selfish Giant (Puppetcraft)
For 4 to 11 year olds. This much loved fairy tale is brought to life using beautiful puppets and original music. The story is adapted to broaden its appeal, while keeping the charm of Oscar Wilde’s story.
2.30pm & 4.15pm
£5.00 child/ £3.50 Adult

September 1
Mount Charles Brass Band Summer Prom

Currently ranked in the top 20 brass bands in the world, they are regularly in the recording studio for BBC radio 2 ‘Listen to the Band’ and classified as a Championship section band
£9.00/ £7.50/ £5.00

September 3
Sterts Grand Jam
Thrilling line-up of bands from 4.00pm culminating in the King Earl Boogie band (of Mungo Jerry fame) at 8.00pm. Bar/Barbecue/Kiosk/Troff@Sterts/ Bouncey Castle for the kids - open throughout.
Revised ticket price - £10.00 for whole event - children under 15 free

6 - 7 September
The Threepenny Opera (Sterts Theatre Co)

Kurt Weill & Berthold Brecht’s passionate and satirical take on The Beggar’s Opera. A masterpiece of musical theatre.
£8.50/ £6.50/ £4.50

8 September 
Habeus Corpus (Sterts Theatre Co.)

Alan Bennett’s hilarious play follows the lives and loves of the Wicksteed family. Comic mayhem!
£8.50/ £6.50/ £4.50

9 September
Fos Brothers
Summer wouldn’t be summer without them. You love them, we love them. Don’t miss them!
£9.50/ £7.50/ £5.00

7 - 8 October
Whale Music

Fourthwall Theatre Co present.....
A rehearsed play reading of Whale Music by Anthony Minghella
A group of women, bound by emotional ties come together in this tale of relationships, love and pregnancy. Hilarious and moving is this insightful play by this renowned, award winning writer/director (‘Truly, Madly, Deeply’/’The English Patient’/’Cold Mountain’) A must for anyone who’s been pregnant, has a sense of humour – or both!
£5.00/ £3.50 (NB Contains some strong language & sexual references)

14 October
Marie Minchington Images Of India and Nepal (The Hall Gallery)

An informal talk and open viewing of an exhibition by local photographic Artist Marie Minchington. Marie produces stunning images working from traditional photographs, pushing the boundaries of her Art through computer techniques.

21 October
Sterts Jazz cafe: Louise Parker and The Tritone Subs

Louise Parker has developed a unique style which ranges from  poignant ballads to full gutsy blues & gospel, which regularly leaves audiences begging for more! Troff@Sterts open from 6.00pm Booking essential
£8.50/ £6.50

28 October
Composers Under Seige

An illustrated talk by Jonathan Lewsey on the plight of composers in Soviet Russia with particular reference to Prokofiev & Schostakovich, who feature in next week’s production of David Pownall’s play ‘Masterclass’

4 - 5 November
Masterclass by David Pownall (Sterts Touring Theatre Co)

In this smart, funny play Josef Stalin and his ailing henchman Zhdanov 'invite' composers Serge Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich to justify their work. In a tense atmosphere this challenging play asks questions about the relationship between art and state and shows the painful human and creative consequences of Stalinist oppression. Directed by Henry Bell
£8.50/ £6.50

St Ives Theatre, Lower Stennack, St. Ives
Tel: 01736 797007

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6th - 11th September
The Grand Theatre Of Action
Trelissick Garden

The Cornish Theatre Collective presents a stunning play on land and sea in
September to celebrate the life of our greatest naval hero, Horatio Nelson.
This is a unique and exciting journey to discover the truth behind the
infamous Admiral Nelson. You'll be pressed into service at the MARITIME
MUSEUM, Falmouth to join the tars on board two vessels that will transport
you up the River Fal. On the way you'll learn what it was like aboard a Man
o' War as Nelson's bold crew tell of their heroic exploits.
The play takes place at TRELISSICK GARDEN, after which your boats will be
ready to take you back to Falmouth.
Epic and intimate by turns, the play tells of the last ten years of
Nelson's life: the great battles that shaped his fame, the love triangle
that nearly destroyed him and his last fatal defining moment at Trafalgar.
Prepare for the blast of the cannon, the romance of high society and a look
at the power struggles and politics that shaped one of the most important
icons of the last two hundred years.

Tickets: £12 (£10 CONCESSION) available from the HallFor Cornwall Box office: 01872 262466
For more information, check www.nelsonplay.info
Boats depart the Maritime Museum at 7pm sharp.

Princess Pavilion & Gyllyngdune Gardens
Melvill Road
TR11 4AR
Enquiries: 01326 211222
Box Office: 01326 211222

1- 8 September
Caught in the Net
Falmouth Theatre Company

The classic Ray Cooney comedy play, following the troubles of a husband with two wives who have never found out about the others existence. However, when his children from different marriages meet up on the net, things start to get tricky...

2 September
The Spirit of Ireland

A spectacular evening of Irish dancing, woven into a blend of both traditional and contemporary Irish music and vocal arrangements.
Price: £12.50 all tickets

5 September
Skid Row
Price: £15.00 all tickets

8 September
Caught in the Net

Falmouth Theatre Company
The classic Ray Cooney comedy play, following the troubles of a husband with two wives who have never found out about the others existence. However, when his children from different marriages meet up on the net, things start to get tricky...
From 8:15pm
Price: £7.00 / £6.00 concessions

9 September
West End in Concert

Outstanding vocalists, dancers and a live band present an evening of classic West End hits from the great musicals including South Pacific, Oklahoma, Oliver, Miss Saigon, Les Miserables, Chicago and Me & My Girl.
Price: £12.50 all tickets

10 September
Whole Lotta Led

Four musicians dedicated to reproducing the classic songs of one of the (if not 'The') greatest rock bands of all time - Led Zeppelin. A soundalike band (rather than a lookalike band) who more than do justice to the music.
Price: £11.00 / £9.00 under 16s

12 September
Lighting the Candles Tour: The Mission

Formed in 1985 by former Sisters Of Mercy stalwarts Wayne Hussey and Craig Adams, The Mission emerged as a major charting gothic pop phenomenon in the late 80s. Their debut album God's Own Medicine spawned several hits including Stay With Me and Wasteland. Over the next eight years the band released six more albums and had a further 12 hit singles.
Price: £16.00 / £15.00 in advance

14 September
Stephen Holbrook - Britain's 'Most Accurate' Medium

A popular young psychic and clairvoyant from Yorkshire who communicates with 'the other side' for your amazement and pleasure.
Price: £10.50


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