Monday 23rd

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. 01736 793692/07881 674878

Excavating the Pit (Talk)
10am Promptly, Free, Porthmeor Beach, In Front of the Tate St Ives
The ceramic Pit Fire has burnt through the night and the clay pieces have absorbed the colour the smoke gave off when the organic materials in the pit burnt. Each piece of ceramics will be unique – watch to see what the pit revels. The pieces will be available to purchase.

Into The Breach written and performed by Mark Carey (Theatre)
5pm, 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

Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow (Music)
The Guildhall, St Ives. 8pm (doors 7pm) Tickets: £12 (unreserved seating).
Best known as the virtuoso guitar and fiddle players from the band Sheelanagig, Kit Hawes & Aaron Catlow draw on their many influences to create unique arrangements of traditional music, as well as their own compositions. The live show is a musical journey through Europe, America and beyond, combining dazzling playing with a fine sense of musicality and showmanship. Seating will be arranged ‘in the round’, to create an intimate performance space.