What's On Autumn 2021

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Until we know what the Post Lockdown rules will be, we are limiting the number of tickets that we sell for each event. As soon as we know the future opening conditions we will update ticket holders on any restrictions that might apply.

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The Wolf from the Door
Sterts Theatre Co
1 / 2 September 8pm 

"We don't actually drink coffee at my coffee morning".  

"What do you do, then?" 

"We discuss the violent overthrow of the government. Also, there's flower arranging".
In this intensely imaginative and daringly brave-thinking play, award-winning playwright Rory Mullarkey imagines a wild road trip across Middle England.

Running time 70mins no interval.

Age recommendation 12+

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Last Night of the Proms 
11th September 7.30pm

The Last Night of the Proms featuring Roche Brass, Kate Walker and Sterts Singers

Join us once again for what is our annual end of season musical extravaganza - The Last Night of the Proms!  There will be brass band Roche Brass and soloist Kate Walker, as well as our choir Sterts Singers. With, of course the grand finale of traditional songs.

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The Dave Hankin Big Band
In Full Swing
19 th September 2.00pm 

You are invited to experience the music that is guaranteed to get your feet tapping with “Swing”  the order of the day !

Come and hear an unforgettable mix of music from the likes of , Count Basie, Sinatra , Duke Ellington, Buble, Nelson Riddle, The Rat Pack and much more.

This is an unmissable show for big band and swing fans and all music lovers alike. Audiences of all ages will be thrilled by the sound of this amazing Big Band

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Skillywidden
Squashbox Theatre

2nd September 2.00pm

Meet Skillywidden, the mischievous Pisky, and all of his faery friends! Watch the dance of the ‘beautiful’ Faery Queen! Gasp at the antics of Brian, the amazing mind-reading pig!

Squashbox Theatre’s distinctive mix of puppets, songs, storytelling and cabaret, has a strong environmental message with crazy characters, more silly slapstick, more tall tales and more fantastic facts!

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Battlecry
Madam Renard's

17th September 7.30pm/ STUDIO SHOW

"...sometimes something gets so broken......it can't be fixed"
When you’ve witnessed the worst things imaginable, the world can never be the same again.

 

Battle Cry is a new 50 minute solo piece based on the true story of a former soldier battling PTSD.

Age recommendation 14+

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Autolycus
Derekk Ross 
25th September 7.30pm STUDIO SHOW

'AUTOLYCUS!' (pronounced Or-tol-i-cus) is the story of one man's bid for freedom: the loveable comic rogue from Shakespeare's play 'The Winter’s Tale' has escaped from the play! The wily rascal is on the run, but that won't stop him from trying to sell you some dodgy stolen goods during the performance!

Fun and laughter, but be ready for a sudden dark turn in the narrative...

Age recommendation 15+

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The Hypochondriac
Sterts Theatre Co
3/4 & 8/9 September 7.30pm

Molière's classic farce, Le Malade Imaginaire. The 'imaginary invalid' Argan is so obsessed with his health that he fails to notice what is happening around him in his own family.

His scheming wife and loving daughter are finally revealed to him in their true light by Argan's brother, who poses as a quack doctor and suggests he feigns death to test their loyalty.

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Rock Meets Brass
St Pinnock Band
18th September 7pm

Rock Meets Brass with the renowned St. Pinnock Band & Rock Choir Cornwall. 

East Cornwall’s premier brass band are very proud to present an evening of Rock and Brass with their very special guests, Rock Choir Cornwall in a musical evening of adventure with a variety of treats ranging from the classic moods of  Sibelius to the contemporary vibe of Queen.