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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 kowethasanyeth@gmail.com.

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 kowethasanyeth@gmail.com

‘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 Evening show starts at 7.00pm. Doors Open 30 minutes before the show.

Click Here to Book Your Tickets Online now : 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.

‘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.

‘Connections’ : To Life Productions

'Connections' ToLife

 

To Life Productions
present

“Connections”

Dance, Music and Theatre collide in this show stopping display of talent!

Bringing an afternoon of variety performance, our show teams have been delving into the theme of ‘Connections’ to craft and create unique, original, multidisciplinary pieces of theatre, with some new renditions of a few showstopping classic numbers thrown in to really bring the feel-good factor!

Click Here to Book Your Tickets Online in advance :
Adult 10.00
Over65s 7.00
Under16s 7.00
Students 7.00
Under10s 5.00

Or Phone CRBO on 01726 63513
Or Buy at Tourist Offices in Truro., Bodmin or Liskeard

Joshua Nash – Blacklist/Fig Leaf

Joshua Nash – Blacklist/Fig Leaf

Joshua

A double bill of shows from one of the UK’s leading Krump dancers. Joshua Nash is a dance artist, choreographer and boundary breaker. His work can be seen to cross and re-cross the borderlines of hip hop dance, performance and physical theatre.

Krump is a form of street dance characterised by free, expressive, exaggerated, and highly energetic movement. It’s the Rock and Roll or Heavy Metal of the Hip Hop world, a way of expressing difficult emotions, the ones that get you all twisted up inside.

Blacklist is an explosive piece asking how do we cope with inner conflict? Explored through hip hop, krump and theatre.

Fig Leaf asks what does it mean to be a man? The dancers fight the urge to compete with one another and instead attempt to create a support network, brotherhood and community bond.

Ticket price
£8.00 – £10.00*   *booking fee applies
Click here for tickets

To Life Productions: ‘Rebellion Of The Kick Back Kids’

To Life Productions

RoKKK

presents their latest brand-new, original production

‘Rebellion Of The Kick Back Kids’

Mischief and chaos are the order of the day when a group of students hears that a greedy businessman’s plan threatens their school’s future – including the much anticipated Summer Show they’ve worked on all year.

Watch as these rogues go to extreme lengths to save their education and their passion to perform.

Will that old man go bolting?

Will their crazy plan work?

Will the school be saved?

One thing’s for sure, you won’t forget the day they fought for the right to be a little bit naughty!

Tickets in advance :
Adults : £10.00
Over65s : £7.00
Students : £7.00
Under18s : £7.00
Under10s : £4.00

To Life Productions : ‘Vestalia’

To Life Productions: “Vestalia”

Vestalia

A new instalment in To Life’s  own original ‘Summer Plays’ anthology, Vestalia tells the tale of an Ancient Roman festival in a glorious collision of colour, dance and theatre.

In this lively, colourful and energetic performance, ancient traditions and familiar stories combine as we tunnel through the ages  to shine a spotlight on the lives of our ancient predecessors.

Tickets in advance :
Adults : £10.00
Over65s : £7.00
Students : £7.00
Under18s : £7.00
Family (2 Adults/Over65s, 2 Under18s) : £28.00

Bodmin Musical Theatre Company: ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’

Bodmin Musical Theatre Company:  Jesus Christ Superstar

Bodmin - JCS poster

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyics by Tim Rice

What’s the buzz?

The first musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice to be produced for the professional stage, Jesus Christ Superstar has wowed audiences for over 40 years.

A timeless work, the rock opera is set against the backdrop of an extraordinary and universally-known series of events but seen, unusually, through the eyes of Judas Iscariot.

Loosely based on the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and JohnSuperstar follows the last week of Jesus Christ’s life. The story, told entirely through song, explores the personal relationships and struggles between Jesus, Judas, Mary Magdalene, his disciples, his followers and the Roman Empire.

The iconic 1970s rock score contains such well-known numbers as “Superstar,” “I Don’t Know How to Love Him” and “Gethsemane.”

Tickets in advance : Adults : £10.00 / Under16s : £8.50

 

A true global phenomenon, Superstar continues to touch new generations of audiences and performers.