• Wed
    7:30 pmSt Austell Arts Centre, Truro Road, PL25 5HJ

    Gwary Teg

    Roll up! Roll up! Step right this way

    The date is 11th September 1967 and The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour pulls into the Cornish seaside town of Newquay.

    Long-term fan of the band and new Balti House owner Sandeep Chaudary finds himself intricately caught up with their visit.  Events not only lead to him meeting John, Paul, George and Ringo, but also his friends, family and they take their very own surreal tour across the world on the incredible Balti-Celtic carpet ride.

    In this wildly imaginative new play, Alan M. Kent -prize-winning playwright of The Tin Violin, Surfing Tommies and National Minority, takes audiences on an extraordinary journey through time and space.

    Here post-colonialism meets pop -all helped along with a mischievous dusting of (L)ucy in the (S)ky with (D)iamondsand a generous helping of hot and spicy Balti-style Vindaloo…

    Praise for the plays of Alan M. Kent:
    “Last year’s Surfing Tommies was a cracker…” The Sunday Times
    “I have only praise for Alan M. Kent’s writing. He has an amazing ability to use Cornish history deep-rooted within the character and their lives and then combine it with the sort of comedy that has you roaring with laughter.” Cornwall Today
    “Pick of the week? Surfing Tommies – Alan M. Kent’s award-winning drama.” The Guardian
    “The most important Cornish writer of the twenty-first century.” Le Monde
    “History and drama combined in perfect harmony.” Historia
    National Minority is a striking play… the same breath of vision – and a particular human longing – as Irish Drama of the last century. The dialogue is always well written and is totally natural. ” Edward Bond

    N.B. This event is suitable for ages 14+

  • Wed
    7:30 pmSt Austell Arts Theatre

    Noel Coward's 'Relative Values'

    There is trouble at Marshwood House.
    Felicity, the countess, is dismayed that her errant son plans to marry an American movie star, Miranda Frayle, rather than “someone of his own class”.
    But the countess's displeasure is nothing compared with that of her maid, Moxie, who threatens to quit Marshwood before Miranda arrives.
    The action hinges on the countess's plan to keep Moxie while scuppering the marriage.
    Coward’s satire of snobbery and the class system is stark reminder of former times and attitudes.

    Reserved Seats
    Licensed Bar open from 7.00pm. Play starts at 7.30pm

    Click Here to Book Your Tickets in advance :
    Standard : £10.00
    Under17s: £8.00
    Over65s : £8.00
    Or Call Cornish Riviera Box Office on (01726) 879500
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