Latest Changes

Updates to the festival programme will be posted here.


Event – Added
Update Posted – Tuesday 23rd September 2014.
Lol & Maxine Crallan.
Cafe Art – Royal Square.
Tuesday 23rd September – 4.00 pm.
Free entry.

Event – Added
Update Posted – Tuesday 23rd September 2014.
Buffalo Bill’s Blues Revue.
Crypt Gallery – St Ives Society Of Artists.
Tuesday 23rd September – 8.00 pm.
Buffalo Bill Smith – Dan Smith – Neil Hiller.- Special Guests.
Tickets – On The Door – £5.00

Event – Cancelled
Update Posted – Tuesday 23rd September 2014.
Talk – Borlase Smart & Leonard Fuller.
Porthmeor Studios.
Thursday 25th September.
We regret that this has been cancelled as the speaker is unwell.
Ticket refunds available from CRBO- click here

Event – Update
Update Posted – Wednesday 17th September 2014.
Keltrix.
Western Hotel.
Saturday 20th September.
This is now a free event in the bar.

Events – Update
Update Posted – Thursday 11th September 2014.
Guildhall – changes to start times in the printed programme and posters.
For the following – performance start time is 8.30 pm (not 8.00 pm). Doors – 7.30 pm.
Moulettes – Thursday 18th September.
Andy Fairweather Low – Friday 19th September.
Richard Digance – Sunday 21st September.

Events – Added
Update Posted – Wednesday 10th September 2014.
Live music at The Golden Lion.
All gigs start at 9.00 pm.
Sunday 14th – The Dowling Thing.
Wednesday 17th – Moon and Grace.
Thursday 18th – Blooze.
Sunday 21st – Me & The Devil.
Tuesday 23rd – Tom Dale.
Friday 26th – Renegade.

Event – Added
Update Posted – Wednesday 10th September 2014.
Open Studios Launch Party.
The Coffee Lounge – Tregenna Hill.
Sunday 14th September – 7.00 pm.

Events – Update
Update Posted – Wednesday 10th September 2014.
Live music at The Queens Hotel.
Sat 13th – Sat 27th September.
The line up has been updated – details here:
Live Music – The Queens Hotel

Event – Update
Update Posted – Tuesday 9th September 2014.
The Mighty Bucca Du.
St Ives Arts Club – Friday 19th September.
Western Hotel – Saturday 27th September.
Annabelle is studying in Denmark and won’t be able to be in St Ives for the Festival. Clarinetist Christine Pinkard joins the band for the performance at The Western Hotel. Originally classically trained, Christine currently plays many forms of gypsy and swing music and is particularly interested in the fusion of music from the 1930s and 40s with contemporary genres.

Event – Added
Update Posted – Monday 8th September 2014.
Only On A Thursday – Art & Craft Sale.
Barnoon Workshop
Thursday 18th September – 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.

Event – Added
Update Posted – Thursday 4th September 2014.
Old Time Music Hall.
A symposium of melody and mirth.
St Ives Theatre
Saturday 20th September – 7.30 pm.
Tickets £9.00 (stalls) / £10.00 (balcony) – click here to book.
Or call St Ives Theatre Box Office – 01736 797 007

Event – Error
Update Posted – Wednesday 3rd September 2014.
Event include in the programme in error.
Male Voice Choir Concert
St Ives Parish Church.
Sunday 14th September.
Ticket refunds available from CRBO- click here

Event – Cancelled
Update Posted – Wednesday 27th August 2014.
Spanish Taster Session.
St Ives Library.
Saturday 13th September.
Ticket refunds available from CRBO- click here

Event – Change Of Date
Update Posted – Wednesday 27th August 2014.
Art History In The Pub.
Queens Hotel.
Monday 15th September – 4.00 pm.
Previously listed for Tuesday 16th September.

Event – Cancelled
Update Posted – Wednesday 27th August 2014.
Dinner – Black Comedy by Moira Buffini.
Penwith Gallery.
Thursday 25th, Friday 26th, Saturday 27th September.
Ticket refunds available from CRBO- click here

Event – Added
Update Posted – Wednesday 27th August 2014.
Workshop – Monoprinting.
Talented printers Michele Wright and Marie Keeling will show you simple ways of experimenting with monoprinting and monotype.
All materials provided. Advance booking advised as places are limited.
Mariners Gallery.
Friday 19th September – 10.00 am.
Tickets: £10.00 – click here to book.

Event – Added
Update Posted – Wednesday 27th August 2014.
Exhibition – Alfred Wallis.
Working with materials that Wallis himself used, Max Wildman creates uncannily authentic looking paintings in Wallis’ style, finished with a degree of ‘antiquing’ and presented in a variety of vintage frames – in order to complete ‘the look’. All works for sale.
Armstrong and Wing – St Andrews Street.
Monday – Saturday – 10.00 am – 4.00 pm.
Free entry.

Event – Added
Update Posted – Wednesday 27th August 2014.
Talk – Walking With Wilkie.
In the summer of 1850, Wilkie Collins, hoping to make his name as a writer, commenced a walking-for-pleasure tour of Cornwall which resulted in his book, Rambles Beyond Railways; or Notes in Cornwall taken A-foot’. In 2013, Jak Stringer retraced his footsteps, with the aim of bring the stories from his forgotten book alive once more.
St Ives Library.
Friday 26th September – 11.00 am.
Tickets: £3.25 – click here to book