11 Tuesday

ST IVES SCHOOL OF PAINTING, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
9.30am-12.30pm £35
Ocean and Light
See School of Painting section for details.

ST IVES SCHOOL OF PAINTING, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
9.30am-12.30pm £35
Experimental Painting
See School of Painting section for details.

ST IVES SCHOOL OF PAINTING, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
10am-1pm £35
Recollections
See School of Painting section for details.

BARNOON WORKSHOP, CLODGY VIEW
10am-12noon £20
Shibori Japanese Tie-Dye
The traditional craft of Shibori uses a series of folds and bindings with string, wood and stones to achieve simple or complex patterns – using authentic natural indigo dye. Materials included, but feel free to bring along your own small cotton (or natural fibre) garments to dye. Prepare to get messy! www.barnoonworkshop.co.uk

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
10am-3pm FREE
The Saffron Art & Craft Market
This market has artists, designers and crafts people from all over Cornwall. Whether you are looking for an original piece of art, a print, an artistic mug, artisan candles or just a cup of coffee & pasty, we have those and lots more. Tea & coffee at £1, pasties and cakes from our Nelly’s Cafe. Free entry, dogs welcome.

ST IVES SOCIETY OF ARTISTS, MARINERS GALLERY, NORWAY SQUARE
10am-1pm £12.50
Concertina Books Workshop with Sally MacCabe
On this mixed media workshop, students will produce a paper concertina book, using collaged papers; acrylics; found objects and various mark-making materials. Suitable for all levels of experience and all materials are provided – but an apron might be handy! Max 10 www.stisa.co.uk/artist-gallery/sally-maccabe/

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
10.30-11.30am £5.50
Michael Leach: A Talk by Frank Campbell & Friends
Michael Leach, Bernard Leach’s second son, established two potteries in Africa, worked at the Leach Pottery, then established Yelland Pottery, Devon, in 1956. American Frank Campbell, who trained with Michael, will talk about Yelland Pottery and Michael Leach with other potters who share their insights.

MEET OUTSIDE ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTT’S QUAY
11am Tickets £5 (No booking required)
Guided Walk: St Ives Fishing Industry with John McWilliams
John McWilliams, an expert on Cornwall’s maritime history, will lead a tour of some of the sites associated with the vanished fishing industry, including the fishermen’s lodges, and ending at the historic fish cellars at Porthmeor.

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
11am Tickets £5 (no booking required)
Guided Walk: St Ives Town Walk with Tony Farrell
See Sunday 9th 11am for details.

TATE ST IVES, PORTHMEOR BEACH
11am £5
Tate Around Town
Discover how a small fishing town became an art capital of the world.
Join our tour guide as they unravel the story of the artists who called this special place home and earned St Ives its worldwide artistic reputation. Starting at the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden and ending at Tate St Ives, join us on a town tour exploring the art of St Ives. Tours last approx. 90 minutes. To book see https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-st-ives/tour/tate-around-town

NORWAY SQUARE (elsewhere if wet)
12.30-2pm FREE
Music & Poetry in the Square
Led by Bob Devereux

ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTTS QUAY
1-2.15pm, Tickets £5.50
Talk: St Ives – The Dawn of the Colony – Ten Years On
In 2008 the art historian David Tovey collaborated with Tate St Ives and Penlee House Gallery & Museum in an exhibition ‘St Ives – Dawn of a Colony’ which completely re-wrote the history of early St Ives art. Ten years on David will highlight some of its major themes and draw attention to a series of exciting new discoveries.

PENWITH STUDIO 5, ABOVE PENWITH GALLERY, BACK ROAD WEST
2-5pm FREE
Love The Light Pop-Up Archive
See School of Painting section for details.

ST IVES SCHOOL OF PAINTING, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
2-5pm £35
Expressive Landscape
See School of Painting section for details.

ST IVES SCHOOL OF PAINTING, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
2-5pm £35
Capturing St Ives Town and Harbour
See School of Painting section for details.

BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH HALL, BACK ROAD WEST
From 2pm FREE
See and Do Seaside Crafts – with a Workshop in Craft.

CAFÉ ART, THE DRILL HALL, ROYAL SQUARE
3.30-5pm FREE
Knitting Group
All ages and abilities welcome to this friendly and informal afternoon of knitting and knattering.

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
3.30-4.30pm £5.50
Bernard Leach & Mingei (Folk Craft) with Filmmaker Marty Gross
For over 40 years, Canadian filmmaker Marty Gross has collected and restored films documenting crafts and the origins of Mingei, from its beginnings with Bernard Leach and seminal figures like Shoji Hamada. With a focus on Bernard Leach and the Leach Pottery, Marty will show films recently made from never-before-seen footage.

SIR RICHARD BURTON MUSEUM, 28 TRENWITH PLACE
4pm £7
Shanty’s Miniature Victorian Paper Theatre presents Robin Hood
Robin Hood and his Merrie Men perform on the town’s smallest stage. It’s quaint, it’s quirky, it’s quite like nothing you have seen before. It’s Victorian Paper Theatre and it will totally enchant you, whatever your age. Very limited tickets. www.shantybaba.com

BOATHOUSE THEATRE, CARNGLAZE PLACE
5.30pm £8
Whodunnit
1940’s New York: Private Detective Rick Valentine is hired to protect Nightclub singer Louise de Fleur when her gangster boyfriend Frank Angel is gunned down. Can Rick & Louise survive to solve this Whodunnit? Tickets direct from The Boathouse Theatre on 07985 261181. Limited seating.

SIR RICHARD BURTON MUSEUM, 28 TRENWITH PLACE
6pm £7
Shanty’s Miniature Victorian Paper Theatre presents Sherlock Holmes in The Cornish Horror
Come and be totally enchanted by the world of Victorian Paper Theatre. Sherlock Holmes in West Cornwall solving the strangest case of his career, in an original Conan Doyle story. “So entertaining and wonderful.” Always a festival favourite. Very limited tickets
www.shantybaba.com

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
6.30pm (doors 6pm) £10 in advance, £12 on the door
The 3 Buskerteers
The 3 Buskerteers are back in town! Don’t miss this chance to see innovative, exciting and multi-talented musician Wild Willy Barrett in this wonderfully intimate venue. This is a special one-off performance with cellist and song-writer Mary Holland and well respected singer-songwriter Martyn Barker – expect something out of the ordinary!

COHORT HOSTEL, THE STENNACK
7.30pm (doors 7pm) £5 (no booking required)
An evening of surf films
Surf films aren’t just about surfing; they are philosophical, about a way of life, the environment, the connection between humans and the natural world. Introduce yourself to this film genre and join us on bean bags, deck chairs and settees for a relaxed evening of films. Bar open. www.stayatcohort.co.uk

BOATHOUSE THEATRE, CARNGLAZE PLACE
7.30pm £8
Whodunnit
See today at 5.30pm.

ST IVES THEATRE, LOWER STENNACK
7.30pm £12 Adults £9 Children (stalls)
Mary Poppins Jr
Award-winning youth theatre group, Kidz R Us, perform Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s unforgettable story. Mary Poppins takes Jane and Michael Banks on magical adventures as well as teaching the whole family some important lessons. Full of breath-taking dance routines and iconic songs, this is the perfect family show.

ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTT’S QUAY
7.30pm
See Arts Club website for latest information.

WESTERN HOTEL, ROYAL SQUARE
8pm (doors 7pm) £16.50 members £13
Nate Najar
Nate Najar, Matt Brown, Callum Gourlay.
Guitarist Nate Najar is emerging as one of this decade’s finest modern jazz exponents. Playing acoustic classical guitar with right hand classical technique, Nate seamlessly weaves melody, harmony and rhythmic freedom. The result is music that is swinging, emotional, inventive and interesting.

ST IA CHURCH, MARKET SQUARE
8pm £7.50
Saxy Maids
We are delighted to return to the Festival this year. We are a female saxophone quartet and we play music in all styles and for any occasion. We have recently enjoyed parading through the streets for a wedding procession from this church to the reception venue. Bring a cushion.

LIFEBOAT INN, WHARF ROAD
7pm – Bamaluz Bootleggers Shanty.
9pm – Raikes Indie.

THE CASTLE INN, FORE STREET
9pm
Tom Dale Southern Blues

GOLDEN LION, MARKET PLACE
9pm
The Bradley Sadler Band

THE QUEENS HOTEL, HIGH STREET
9.30pm
Mr G Solo acoustic blues.