17 Monday

Guided Walk: The Archaeology of West Penwith with Tony Farrell
See Monday 10th for details.

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
9.30am-4pm FREE
Collectables Market
See Monday 10th, 9.30am for details.

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

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
10.30am-noon £5.50
Changing Lives with Food
Matthew Thomson talks about the work of the Cornwall Food Foundation and explains how culinary arts and crafts transform troubled young people into highly sought chef talent at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen. Nibbles will be served after the talk by Fifteen’s apprentices.

GUILDHALL, STREET-AN-POL
11am £5 (no booking required)
Walk: The Story of St Ives with Dawn Bright
See Monday 10th, 11am for details.

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 £5.50
Talk: The Art/Life Divide: Studio Voices from 20th century Britain
Art historian Michael Bird gives an illustrated talk on Artists’ Lives – a vast oral history archive of interviews with modern British artists – playing excerpts from recordings of Terry Frost, Sandra Blow, Paul Feiler and many others. He discusses his new book Audio Voices and recent exhibition based on his research into Artists’ Lives.

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

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
3.30-4.30pm £5.50
Film: Pilchards: A Brief History of the Cornish Sardine
This beautiful award winning documentary by British director Ray Bird tells the story of the pilchard fishing industry in Cornwall and the part it played in St Ives cultural heritage, charting the glory days of its success and later decline, to its resurgence today.

ST IVES LIBRARY, GABRIEL STREET
3.30-5pm £8
Iyengar Yoga
Spaces limited to 12. See Saturday 8th, 10am for details.

CAFÉ ART, THE DRILL HALL, ROYAL SQUARE 6pm
Beyond Brexit: A Public Meeting by DiEM25
See link to website – http://www.dhyano.com/beyond-brexit.html

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
7pm pay what you want (no booking required)
By Word of Mouth with Shanty Baba
See Monday 10th, 7pm for details

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
8pm (doors 7pm) £15
All Gods Fall
Explosive new rock/metal band All Gods Fall will return to the Guildhall for the St Ives September Festival following their hugely successful February show at the venue, when they launched their debut EP ‘Ascension’. Standing, some seating.

WESTERN HOTEL, ROYAL SQUARE
8pm (doors 7pm) £17.50
The White Top Mountain Band
A family-based band from the highest mountains of Virginia – an area rich in old time music tradition. They preserve their region’s style of old time fiddling and banjo picking and are legendary musicians and teachers of the style.

ST IA CHURCH, MARKET SQUARE
8pm £7.50
Spyralz: Jazz Fusion Quartet
We’re a group of incredibly talented performers who live and breathe Jazz Fusion and it is great to be asked back to St. Ia’s. We perform a highly energetic and eclectic mixture by the Brecker Brothers, Yellowjackets and our own compositions. A concert not to be missed! Bring a cushion.

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
8.45pm pay what you want (no booking required)
1001 Arabian Nights with Shanty Baba
See Monday 10th, 8.45pm for details.

ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTTS QUAY
9pm (doors 8.30pm) £10
Lose the Blues with Tim Hain, descendent of Sir Edward Hain
The Hain name returns to St. Ives! With ‘Lose the Blues’, Tim, whose song written with sister Kit spearheaded ‘Hands Across The Harbour’ last October, conveys top quality songs, stories, entertainment, and excellent blues-infused guitar, ably supported by local musicians. ‘Excellent. Best I’ve heard for some time’ – Bill Wyman.

GOLDEN LION, MARKET PLACE
9pm
Bitterroot

LIFEBOAT INN, WHARF ROAD
9pm
Boundless Brothers
Pop rock/Cornish folk.

THE QUEENS HOTEL, HIGH STREET
9.30pm
Charlie & The Martian
Acoustic guitar & drummer duo.