Film : ‘St Just Ordinalia – 2021’ ( Cert. PG )

Film : St Just OrdinaliaFilm : ‘St. Just Ordinalia’
(Cert. PG)

In September, 2021, at the historic site of Plen an Gwari, St Just, there was a series of open-air repertory performances of all three Ordinalia plays (Origo Mundi, The Passion and The Resurrection).

The epic production gave audiences an opportunity, if desired, to join in with Cornish Language, dancing and sea-song sessions, watch Cornish wrestling, listen to the history of St Just’s Plen an Gwari and to wander along the town trails and heritage walks.

The cast perfectly created and delivered the aim of the original plays to impress the Christian bible stories on the local population.  With creative, moving, dramatic, witty and farcical scenes adapted from the original by local playwright Pauline Sheppard, the actors, supported by a 34-strong choir, performed at the top of their game.

Over 150 costumes were designed and made for the cast. A team of 27 set builders helped to create and build the set and, in all, over 230 volunteers helped to make the dream a reality.

Watch the trailer for this epic production, below.

The film version being shown of this unique occasion includes scenes from each of the three plays,complete with an introduction, interviews and other special features.

This is your opportunity to re-live this remarkable event, or to experience for the first time, this extraordinary celebration of Cornish heritage and culture.

‘The spirit of St Just’s Ordinalia should be bottled up and made available on the NHS!’ ; Ted Lean, Project Director

‘This was a successful, major community event that could not fail to arouse intense admiration and not a little envy from any outsider’ ; Professor Sally Mackey, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Door Open and Licensed Bar from 7.00pm. Film screening starts at 7.30pm
( Running times is 125 minutes including an interval )

Reserved Seats
Free On-Site Parking

Tickets in advance : Standard : £5.00  
( £6.00 On The Day )
Click Here to Book Online Now
Phone CRBO on 01726 63513
Buy at Tourist Offices in Truro, St Austell, Liskeard or Bodmin.

Pennseythen Gernewek – Cornish language weekend

Annual Cornish Language Weekend hosted by Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek / Pennseythen Gernewek Bledhynnyek ostyes gans Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek

About this event

The 3-day-long weekend is for speakers of all levels learning Cornish, offering language lessons, workshops, talks, social events and entertainment for all to enjoy. Whether you are just starting to learn Cornish or are a fluent speaker, there is something for everyone. You can find out more about the weekend line up here: Cornish Language Weekend

Whether you’d like to come for one day, or for the whole weekend, we have options available to suit you. On the Saturday and Sunday we offer family language sessions suitable for children up to 12 years. Families can pay for 1 ticket . We are also offering tickets for attendees with low income. We hope this offers support and accessibility to join us over the weekend.

If you have any queries about the event, please email

An bennseythen dres 3 dydh yw rag kowsoryon a dhysk Kernewek orth pub nivel, ow profya dyskansow yeth, hweljiow, arethow, hwarvosow socyal ha didhan rag pubonan dh’y enjoya. Mars esowgh ow talleth dyski Kernewek po mars owgh kowser freth, yma neppyth rag pubonan. Hwi a yll kavos derivadow pella a-dro dhe hwarvosow an bennseythun omma: Cornish Language Weekend

Mar mynnowgh dos dres unn jydh, po dres an bennseythen oll, ni a’gan beus dewisyow kavadow a vydh gwiw ragowgh. Dy’Sadorn ha Dy’Sul ni a brof esedhogow yeth teyluyow rag fleghes bys dhe 12 bloodh. Teyluyow a yll prena 1 tokyn. Ni a brof ynwedh toknys rag kevrenogyon ha dhedha gober isel. Hemma a brof skoodhyans ha hedhadewder dhe omjunya genen dres an bennseythen, dell waytyn.

Mars eus govynnow a-dro dhe’n hwarvos genowgh, danvon ebost, mar pleg, dhe

‘Little Red Riding Hood’ – Presented by the Amie Heard School of Dance

Little Red Riding HoodAmie Heard School of Dance presents – ‘Little Red Riding Hood’. A dance-drama freely adapted from the well-known story by the Brother’s Grimm. We warmly invite you to join in their excitement as our School of Dance returns to the Theatre Stage for the first time since 2018!

Let’s follow Little Red Riding Hood on her eventful journey through the woodland.
Will she heed her Mother’s warning and follow the path. Or will she be enticed into jeopardy?

Our Charity show is a celebration of local young talent in a diverse range of dance genres ; including Ballet, Tap, Musical Theatre and Contemporary.

Our Matinée starts at 2.00pm.   Doors Open 30 minutes before the show.

Click Here to Book Your Tickets Online : Standard : £8.00
or Phone CRBO on 01726 63513
or Buy at
Truro Tourist Office , Boscawen Street
Bodmin Tourist Office at The Shire Hall
( Sorry, No Concessions.  Tickets are non-refundable )
Plenty of Free Car Parking

Proceeds from this production will be donated to CLIC Sargent cancer care for children – ‘Young Lives vs Cancer’
Registered Charity number:1107328
Young Lives vs Cancer helps families find the strength to face everything cancer throws at them by providing emotional, practical and financial support and responding to their individual needs, caring through treatment and beyond.

Behind The Postcard


Live performance and new films created as response to Cornwall’s role in hosting the G7 summit

What is its legacy?

We’re inviting everyone to join us for an evening of live performance, film, and debate, developed by creative partners Hall for Cornwall, Creative Kernow, Wildworks and Screen Cornwall.

The show  has 6 performers :  Elaine Claxton, Steve Jacobs, Cat Lake, Charlotte Bister, Bec Applebee & Berry Cruse.  They will give readings of material written by locally based writers.  There will also be  a number of new, short, commissioned films  screened on the night.

The second part of the evening is a panel for discussion: what’s next for St Austell in response to the G7?

This event was commissioned by Cornwall Council in partnership with the Cabinet Office, Arts
Council England and National Heritage Lottery Fund.

All tickets: £10.00

Click here for tickets

Jackie Bull – Desert Island Discs (Pizza & Politics)

Jackie Bull - Desert Island Discs-page - jpeg
Jackie’s is a Cornish story.
After refusing a university place, she joined the clay industry, arguing with her employer about workers’ welfare and the support of pensioners. She went on to found a charity for the pensioners and to serve the clay area as Cornwall Councillor for many years.
You will hear her story in this adaptation of Desert Island Discs as part of the monthly pizza and politics series, now in its sixth year.
Free to attend. Refreshments available.

Sing and Sign Cornwall – Free “Taster” session

Sing & Sign

Next Tuesday morning (28th September) at the Arts Centre – especially for 0-2 year olds!
A special free “Taster” session with Sing and Sign Cornwall.
You’ll be amazed at just how much your little one has to say before they can speak! Come along and find out more.
Although free of charge, booking is required, as available spaces are limited.

An Evening of Mediumship, with Nikki Kitt


nikki evening photo

Psychic Medium Nikki Kitt is a Spiritualist Medium who is currently touring the UK with her successful Psychic / Mediumship Evenings. As a Medium Nikki Kitt aims to provide evidence of life after life by getting links from loved ones in spirit for people in the audience with amazing accuracy in descriptions, personalities and all sorts of personal information.. to give both confirmation and comfort.

“I have been aware of spirit my whole life and so have no doubt that we carry on after this physical life and my demonstrations are to prove the same to everyone else.”


“Hi Nikki I attended your evening last night and just wanted to say that you have an amazing talent”

“I have seen many mediums and psychics over the years and you are by far the best and most accurate the details you give are amazing”

“My god went to see Psychic Medium Nikki Kitt tonight my mum came through soooo happy she was spot on with everything.. Thank you Nikki amazing night”

The Countrymen – Postponed. New date TBC

The Countrymen








Sorry!  This Show has been Postponed. Watch out for an update, they’re trying to organise a new date for later this year!

It’s difficult to find a musical genre that would fully describe The Countrymen but Cornish Folk Rock Harmony is reasonably close.
Six seasoned musicians with tight four-part harmony vocals and a token Cornishman.
With a relaxed and light-hearted presentation style they take the audience on a journey through the history and culture of Cornwall, featuring their own arrangements of traditional and contemporary songs, as well as some original material.
Interspersed with the occasional pop cover to lighten the mood when required, there is no mistaking that to a man, they love their county with a passion.

The band was formed at their local, The Countryman Inn near Launceston, which is where the band’s name originates.  They soon found a mutual love of singing in harmony and almost accidentally developed a strong reputation for their emphasis on Cornishness in the repertoire.
They have been fortunate to have performed at some great festivals including Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival, Bridport Folk Festival, Looe Saves The Day, Little Orchard Cider Festival, Falmouth Oyster Festival and Falmouth Week.
Recently they have been adding their own concerts to the diary which have proved highly successful and they are now expanding the number and distance of these ‘special’ gigs into 2020.

In addition to offering quality entertainment on stage, they have also been busy in the recording studio and have released two EPs to date, Cornish Lads Vol.1 and not unsurprisingly, Cornish Lads Vol.2.  These are available for download and streaming on the usual websites, although you can listen to a sample of each right here.
They have also produced their first CD, “Trees on the Hill” featuring most of their Cornish material to date and are hard at work on their second album due for release in 2020.

Doors Open & Licensed Bar from 7.00pm. Show starts at 7.30pm
Tickets in advance : £10.00   ( £12.00 On The Door )
Tickets are non-refundable.

Click Here to Book Your Tickets Online Now :
Standard : £10.00 in advance
  ( £12.00 On The Door)

Or Phone 01726 879500
Or Buy at Tourist Offices in St Austell, Bodmin, Truro, Liskeard, Launceston, Penzance, St Ives  

“Under Milk Wood” by Dylan Thomas – The Cornwall Youth Theatre Company

'Under Milk Wood'Cornwall Youth Theatre Company
Dylan Thomas’
‘Under Milk Wood’

Join us in the cove, in the village of the strange, the bizarre, the lost.

The people we all know and love. A world of delight, gossip and regret, of varied and vivid humanity.

Captain Cat surrounded by fish that “nibble him down to his wishbone”Mog Edwards“a draper mad with love” for shy dressmaker Miss PriceOrgan Morgan, listening to the music with “spouses … honking like geese and the babies singing opera”, while at the sea end of the town, Mr and Mrs Floyd lie in their bed “side by wrinkled side … like two old kippers in a box”, while Polly Garter still sings of “little Willy Wee who is dead, dead, dead”.

An emotive and hilarious account of a spring day in the fictional seaside village of Llareggub.

Click Here to Book Your Tickets in advance :
Adults : £8.00
Over60s : £6.50
Unwaged : £6.50

Under18s : £5.00
Family  : £22.00
( 2 Adults, 2 Under18s )

Tickets are non-refundable. Reserved Seats. Licensed Bar, Tea, Coffee, Ice Creams.
Advance Booking is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment.

Or Phone 01726 879500
Or Buy Tickets at Tourist Offices in St Austell, Bodmin, Liskeard, Truro, St Mawes, Launceston, Penzance, St Ives.