Theatre
and plays

We are fortunate in St Ives to have a wide range of theatre venues in the town and the Festival always offers an exciting programme of performances. If live events are your thing, then the Festival is the place to be to enjoy regional theatre.

Saturday 14th September, Sun 15th, Mon 16th
Great Expectations
7.30pm, £11, Boathouse Theatre, Carnglaze Place
James Hornsby brings this Charles Dickens classic to life with his amazing one man show. Limited space so please reserve seats in advance. For Tickets call the Theatre on 07985 261181.

Tuesday 17th September, Wed 18th, Thur 19th, Tues 24th, Wed 25th, Thur 26th
Murder In The Pilchard Cellar by Jason Calder
5.30pm, also at 7.30pm. £9, Boathouse Theatre, Carnglaze Place
Time is running out to solve a baffling puzzle or face a deadly forfeit in this comedy thriller full of Red Herrings. Directed by Robyn Calder with Nicole Tesseyman & Jason Calder in the cast. Limited space so please reserve seats in advance. For Tickets call the Theatre on 07985 261181.

Wednesday 18th September, Wed 25th
Graphite and Company – A Play by Evelyn Holloway, Directed by Dhyano

8pm, £8 (in advance), £10 (on door), St Ives Arts Club, Westcotts Quay
A multi-media play that will take the audience onto a journey towards the source of creativity itself. A piece of contemporary theatre that explores places where words are taking shape and shapes are given names, while trying to make sense of how coincidences from the past are moulding our present. http://www.dhyano.com/

Friday 20th September
Into The Breach written and performed by Mark Carey
7.30pm, £11, Boathouse Theatre, Carnglaze Place
George Crocker is keen to liven up his dull life, so he decides to join The Village Drama Club. What happens then turns his life upside down. “Dads Army meets The Vicar of Dibley” London Metro Review. For Tickets call the Theatre on 07985 261181.

Saturday 21st September, Sun 22nd, Mon 23rd
Into The Breach written and performed by Mark Carey
5.00pm, also at 7.30pm. £11, Boathouse Theatre, Carnglaze Place
George Crocker is keen to liven up his dull life, so he decides to join The Village Drama Club. What happens then turns his life upside down. “Dads Army meets The Vicar of Dibley” London Metro Review. For Tickets call the Theatre on 07985 261181.

Friday 27th September
Mirth & Merriment
5.30pm, also at 7.30pm. £7, Boathouse Theatre, Carnglaze Place
An evening of Comic song & verse. For Tickets call the Theatre on 07985 261181.