21 Friday

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

ST IVES LIBRARY, GABRIEL STREET
Film Screening 9.30am-1pm FREE (donations)
Artist Talk: Lost Libraries 5-6pm £5
Film and book by artist Abigail Reynolds about her journey along the Silk Road to visit 15 sites of former great libraries lost to political conflict, natural catastrophe, revolution and war as recently as 7, and as distantly as 2000 yrs ago. 30 spaces.

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
10am-3pm FREE
The Handcrafted Market – made with love
See Friday 14th, 10am for details.

PORTHMEOR PRINT WORKSHOP, ABOVE PENWITH GALLERY, BACK ROAD WEST
10am-4pm £130 (2 days)
Two day collagraph, drypoint and mono printing workshop
See Thur 20th 10am for details.

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
10.30-11.30am £5.50
Film: Ghost Town
‘Ghost Town’ explores the issues facing St.Ives and many coastal communities. Why is the centre empty of residents and what should new developments look like? St.Ives made world headlines when it attempted to address these issues in 2016. This film by Senara Wilson Hodges is about more than politics – it is a celebration of the power of community and the beauty of St.Ives.

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: Peter Lanyon – Three Significant Paintings
Art historian Toby Treves, author of the recently published Peter Lanyon: Catalogue Raisonne of the Oil Paintings and Three-dimensional Works, will talk about three of Lanyon’s paintings: Botallack 1952, Lost Mine 1959 and Clevedon Bandstand 1964, giving an appreciation of each.

ST IVES LIBRARY, GABRIEL STREET
1.30pm-3pm £2
Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker
Come to an entertaining feast of poetic wit and wonder. There will be limericks, songs, nonsense poems and jokes to amuse and enthuse. All kinds of crazy nonsense to make you laugh. Spaces limited to 30.

SIR RICHARD BURTON MUSEUM, 28 TRENWITH PLACE
2pm pay what you want (no advance booking)
That Blackguard Burton!
See Thursday 20th, 2pm for details. www.shantybaba.com

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

ST IVES SCHOOL OF PAINTING, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
2-5pm £35
Space and Matter Sandra Blow
See School of Painting section for details.

BORLASE SMART ROOM, PORTHMEOR STUDIOS, BACK ROAD WEST
3.30-430pm £5.50
Embodied Space
Shallal Dance Theatre has been described as ‘one of Cornwall’s great hidden treasures.’ Embodied Space takes an experimental approach to performance and dance; improvised in the moment in relationship to the surroundings. Live music, poetry, song, fun, emotion and risk are all in the mix.

BOATHOUSE THEATRE, CARNGLAZE PLACE
5pm £8
Leave it to Bertie
A play surrounding a live radio recording based on characters created by PG Wodehouse. Tickets direct from The Boathouse Theatre on 07985 261181 Limited seating.

TATE ST IVES, PORTHMEOR BEACH
6.30-9pm Entry included with gallery admission
Late At Tate
Relax with a drink and enjoy exhibitions, performances, music, talks and films after hours with special events in the Gallery throughout the evening. Book on 01736 791177 or stivesticketing@tate.org.uk

ST IVES ARTS CLUB, WESTCOTT’S QUAY
7.30pm (doors 7pm) £6
FILM SEASON: The Misfits (1961)
Director John Huston. Starring Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift. An underrated gem of a film, both poetic and harsh, it tells of three failed broken men who come together in the Nevada desert to catch wild mustang to be slaughtered for the dog food trade.

THE GUILDHALL, STREET AN POL
8pm (doors 7pm) £16.50
The Young‘uns
The Young’uns have cemented their reputation at the forefront of the English folk scene in the last few years. Having taken their uplifting voices, powerful songs, spine tingling harmonies and raucous humour to audiences across the UK and around the world, they won the title of ‘Best Group’ at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2015 and 2016. Unreserved seating.

BOATHOUSE THEATRE, CARNGLAZE PLACE
7.45pm £8
Leave it to Bertie
See today at 5pm for details.

ST IA CHURCH, MARKET SQUARE
8pm £7.50
Nighthawks
Nighthawks is a 19-piece big band specialising in the classic swing and Latin music of the 1930s to 1950s. The line-up includes male and female vocalists. You can be sure of hearing vocal classics made famous by singers such as Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald. Bring a cushion.

THE CASTLE INN, FORE STREET
9pm
Carly and the alternative
A soundscape of contemporary pop rock classics.

GOLDEN LION, MARKET PLACE
9pm
The Hoodle
Good rootsy blue and rock stuff, with good sounds & classic tunes.

THE QUEENS HOTEL, HIGH STREET
9.30pm
Liam Jordan
Americana, rock ‘n’ roll.