16 Sunday

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
9am-2pm
Spot the Artist
Sale of paintings organised by St Ives Rotary Club. Exhibition and ‘secret’ sale of large postcard artwork made by more than 300 mainly professional artists. £50 per painting. Proceeds shared between local arts organisations and good causes, and Rotary charities. You may have to queue to buy the artwork of your choice. Contact details: Mike Clough clough100@yahoo.co.uk Phone 01736 795133.

TREREIFE HOUSE, PENZANCE, TR20 8TJ
10am-7pm £10 Students £8, 3 day pass £18
Breeze Art and Makers Fair 2018
See Friday 14th 10am for details.

MEET AT MARINERS GALLERY, NORWAY SQUARE
10am-4.30pm £140 for 2 days (£70 for day)
Expressive Seascapes (Day 2)
See Saturday 15th for details
Day 2: Painting On Porthmeor, Reflective Practice, ‘Taking a line for a walk’: line, tone and rhythm at Porthgwidden. www.riapoole.com

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

BARNOON WORKSHOP, CLODGY VIEW
11am-4pm £45
Play Guitar in a Day!
A day for beginners or lapsed players of acoustic guitar to get a good head start in playing, with Pete Giles. Delivered in small groups, with plenty of time for individual feedback, and peer learning. Learn to play 4 chords, gain an introduction to the principles of tuning and caring for your guitar, playing rhythm and learn one song all the way through. Bring your guitar (we may be able to loan one, please ask) and a packed lunch. www.barnoonworkshop.co.uk

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

CAFÉ ART, THE DRILL HALL, ROYAL SQUARE
1-4pm £5
Sunday Funday
See Sunday 9th, 1pm for details.

STEEPLE WOODLAND NATURE RESERVE, TR26 2AY
2-5pm FREE
Steeple Woodland Nature Reserve Open Day
Come along to the Steeple Woodland Nature Reserve for an afternoon of live music, woodworking displays, refreshments and much more.

THE MALAKOFF
2pm £5 (no booking required)
Walk: The History of St Ives with Hugh Trevarthen
See Sunday 9th, 2pm for details.

ST IA CHURCH, MARKET SQUARE
3pm FREE (retiring collection)
Celtic Fiddlers
Come in, take the weight off your feet and we will put a smile on your face! Celtic Fiddlers was founded to provide an opportunity for string players of all ages and levels of experience to enjoy ensemble playing. We play traditional Celtic music arranged for all abilities. Bring a cushion. www.celticfiddlers.com

ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTT’S QUAY
3pm (doors 2.45pm) (donations)
G.W.R. – The Great Way Round
Take a trip along the Cornish Riviera on the Great Western Railway from Plymouth to Penzance! Tales of the people and places of Cornwall told in song, dance, poetry and drama. With Studio 61 Choir, Cornish Women on the Verge and Threemilestone Showtime Academy.

THE ROSE LODGE
3pm FREE (donations)
Pray Some Fishes and a Dry Safe Bed
A traditional meeting place for St Ives fishermen since 1918, the Rose Lodge and Shore Shelter are a living archive of stories. Local historian Tony Farrell will be spinning a yarn with Jack Doherty, talking about the history of the lodges, decline of a vibrant fishing industry and the men who risked their lives at sea. Spaces limited. FREE but donations for the Lodge welcome.

THE CASTLE INN, FORE STREET
3-6pm
Foxes Fair
Country and folk.

ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTT’S QUAY
7.30pm (doors 7pm) £6
FILM SEASON: The Ladykillers (1955)
Director Alex Mackendrick. Starring Katie Johnson, Alec Guinness & Peter Sellers. The Ladykillers is a wonderfully macabre comedy of dark deeds. See Films section for details.

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
8pm £15.50
Rusty Shackle
Welsh indie-roots band Rusty Shackle have been tearing up stages around the world since 2010. Brandishing their distinct folk-roots sound and armed with an electrifying mix of rampant fiddle, scorching electric guitars, pounding drums, searing trumpet and banjo, the band have built up a devoted fanbase with their captivating live shows. Unreserved seating.

ST IA CHURCH, MARKET SQUARE
8pm £7.50
Bechstein Ensemble
The Bechstein Trio (Pamela Rosenfeld: violin, Ruth Best: piano and Sally Pearson: cello ) will be performing two great works from the piano trio repertoire: Mendelssohn – Piano Trio No 1, Op 49, and Beethoven – ‘Archduke’ Trio, Op 97. Bring a cushion.

WESTCOTT’S QUAY
9pm £7 (no booking required)
Lantern Ghost Storywalk with Shanty Baba
See Sunday 9th, 9pm for details. www.shantybaba.com

GOLDEN LION, MARKET PLACE
9pm
Belfast Busker
Stomping Irish folk.

THE QUEENS HOTEL, HIGH STREET
9.30pm
The Dowling Thing
Talented quartet covering a range of genres including country, bluegrass, folk, funk, blues and jazz.