Monday 16th
September

The Archaeology of West Penwith with Tony Farrell (Walk)
Tickets via Event Organiser. These are customised trips to visit the ancient monuments of West Penwith. The moors of West Penwith contain fine examples of megalithic chambered tombs (locally known as quoits), stone circles, entrance graves, cliff castles and prehistoric villages. By arrangement. Limited spaces available. Advance booking essential. Tony.farrell@stiveswalks.co.uk www.stiveswalks.co.uk 01736 793692/07881 674878 http://stiveswalks.co.uk/

Discover Cornish Place Names (Workshop)
10.30am – 4pm, £15, St Ives Archive Research Centre, Wesley Methodist Church, St Ives Road, Carbis Bay TR26 2SF
Would you like to find out a little about the Cornish language and local place names? This workshop aims to stretch your knowledge through the unique and special names found all around us, with Cornish bard Delia Brotherton. Limited spaces, prior booking please. No previous knowledge required. Further details tirhatavas@hotmail.co.uk.

Great Expectations 
(Theatre)
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

Alistair Brown – An Evening of Songs, Stories and Humour (Music)
8pm £8.50 St Ives Arts Club, Westcott’s Quay
Scottish singer Alistair Brown has travelled the world singing songs, and telling his stories. Audiences at concerts and folk festivals have responded enthusiastically to his performances, from big ballads, comic ditties, songs of struggles (usually unsuccessful) against temptation, and of unashamed sentimentality and odes to conviviality, with outrageously funny stories from a master of the art. http://www.alistairbrown.com