18 Tuesday

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
Drawn From History
See School of Painting section for details.

THE CRPYT GALLERY, NORWAY SQUARE
10am-1pm £25
Workshop: Drawing with Paul Wadsworth
Drawing with charcoal and white and black acrylic, participants will work out in the local St Ives landscape responding to coastal tonality. It will be an expressive approach using palette knives, rags, hands and cards. All material provided. Maximum 14.  www.paulwadsworth.co.uk

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
10am-3pm FREE
The Saffron Art & Craft Market
See Tuesday 11th 10am for details.

BARNOON WORKSHOP, CLODGY VIEW
10am-4pm £50
Breeze Block Sculpture
Gain an introduction to sculpture, using breeze blocks! Ideal for beginners, these are soft and easy to carve and gain quick results. We will take you through the stages of design, creating a maquette, roughing out and finishing. No experience needed, all materials included. Wear old clothing and covered footwear. www.barnoonworkshop.co.uk

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
10.30-11.30am £5.50
Wilkie Collins’ Rambles in Victorian Cornwall
Before ‘The Woman in White’, Wilkie Collins toured the untrodden ground of Cornwall to produce his book, ‘Rambles Beyond Railways’, published in 1851. The result is an extraordinary insight into the lives of Cornish people, who worked on the land, underground and on the sea. A multi-media talk by WCS Member Jak Stringer.

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
11am £5 (no booking required)
Guided Walk: St Ives Town Walk with Tony Farrell
See Sunday 10th 11am for details.

MEET OUTSIDE ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTT’S QUAY
11am £5 (no booking required)
Guided Walk: St Ives Fishing Industry with John McWilliams
See Tuesday 11th 11am for details.

TATE ST IVES, PORTHMEOR BEACH
11am £5
Tate Around Town
See Tuesday 11th 10am 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: Roelof Uys: Pots & Practice
Roelof Uys, the Leach Pottery’s Lead Potter, will talk about his current practice with focus on the body of work he is exhibiting in his first solo selling exhibition at the Pottery, which will be open during the September Festival.

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

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.

PORTHMEOR BEACH, IN FRONT OF THE TATE ST IVES
From 3pm FREE
Pit Firing Ceramics on the Beach
In collaboration with the seaside environment, artists Mary Kaun English and Martyn Perryman will demonstrate this exciting ceramic firing method. Experience this ancient process used to create unique contemporary artwork on one of the country’s most beautiful beaches. www.facebook.com/marykaunenglishartist/

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
3.30-4.30pm £5.50
Talk: Follow the Yellow Brick Road: A Story of Empowerment
To ‘Follow the Yellow Brick Road’ means ‘taking inspired action believing that it will lead to good things’. This unique presentation by Janine Joseph traces her journey ‘back home’ from the eating disorder anorexia. Exploring the metaphysical meaning of colours alongside iconic snippets from the Wizard of Oz, this presentation is engaging, informative and enormously entertaining.

CAFÉ ART, THE DRILL HALL, ROYAL SQUARE
3pm FREE
Lol and Maxine
See our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/241628559952281/

SIR RICHARD BURTON MUSEUM, 28 TRENWITH PLACE
4pm £7
Shanty’s Miniature Victorian Paper Theatre presents Robin Hood
See Tuesday 11th, 4pm for details. www.shantybaba.com

BOATHOUSE THEATRE, CARNGLAZE PLACE
5.30pm £8
Whodunnit
See Tuesday 11th at 5.30pm for details.

SIR RICHARD BURTON MUSEUM, 28 TRENWITH PLACE
6pm £7
Shanty’s Miniature Victorian Paper Theatre presents Sherlock Holmes in The Cornish Horror
See Tuesday 11th, 6pm for details. www.shantybaba.com

PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
6pm £5.50
Grounding: A Talk by Ceramicist Jack Doherty
Internationally recognised ceramicist Jack Doherty makes soda-fired porcelain vessels that combine fine art with functionality. Jack will be discussing the ideas behind his current exhibition ‘Grounding’ at New Craftsman Gallery, and tracing the journey his individual practice has taken over the last decade, from 2008 to 2018.

BOATHOUSE THEATRE, CARNGLAZE PLACE
7.30pm £8
Whodunnit
See Tuesday 11th at 5.30pm for details.

ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTT’S QUAY
7.30pm (doors 7pm)
See Arts Club website for latest information.

ST IVES THEATRE, LOWER STENNACK
7.30pm £12 Adults £9 Children (stalls)
Mary Poppins Jr
See Tuesday 11th, 7.30pm for details.

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
8pm £17.50
Daphne’s Flight
Featuring 5 of the finest singer-songwriters of their generation, the music of Daphne’s Flight is a unique and magical blend of their individual styles, completely captivating audiences with their complex harmony arrangements, unbridled energy and infectious joy of performing together. Unreserved seating.

ST IA CHURCH, MARKET SQUARE
8pm £7.50
Phoenix Singers and Gwel Trencrom Singers
Two local mixed choirs for the price of one! Phoenix is St. Ives’ own local choir and they rehearse in the Arts Club led by Myran. GTS is a Conservatory choir; they rehearse in Peter Luing’s conservatory in Hayle. Bring a cushion. Phoenix: myranmyran@icloud.com; GTS: pdluing@hotmail.co.uk

WESTERN HOTEL, ROYAL SQUARE
8pm (doors 7pm) £17.50, members £14.50
The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars – Jazz Classics
The album Jazz Classics was recorded live at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in 2012. Much of the material is drawn from The Great American Songbook featuring composers and lyricists such as Gershwin, Rodgers & Hart, and Lerner & Loewe. The album will be performed alongside other classic songs from jazz legends including Ronnie Scott and Tubby Hayes.

THE CASTLE INN, FORE STREET
9pm
Tim Hain
Solo blues and reggae music.

GOLDEN LION, MARKET PLACE
9pm
Me and the devil
4-piece band playing traditional American blues music of the 40s and 50s.

LIFEBOAT INN, WHARF ROAD
9pm
Sinpusher
Rock On Man.

THE QUEENS HOTEL, HIGH STREET
9.30pm
Foxes Fair
Folky foursome singing twisted tales of love, murder & sea-faring treachery.