Wednesday 18th
September

A Walk With Water Colours (Workshop)
10am – Noon, £18, Barnoon Workshop, Clodgy View
Paint the beautiful local scenery in watercolours, with artist Nicola Higgins. No experience needed and all materials are provided, with plenty of handy tips and techniques.

Draw St Ives (Workshop)
10.30am – Noon, £7 (No booking required), Barnoon Workshop, Clodgy View
An outdoor drawing experiences suitable for all abilities. We take you to lovely spots around St.Ives, depending on the weather, including beach scenes, coastal path, townscapes, streets, gardens or harbour scenes. Included are Drawing materials, with and tips and techniques on capturing what you see. Meet at Barnoon Workshop, and dress for the weather.

Murder In The Pilchard Cellar by Jason Calder (Theatre)

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.

The 2 Buskerteers (Music)
6.30 pm, £10 adv / £12 on the door. Borlase Smart Room, Porthmeor Studios, Back Road West
Multi-talented musician Wild Willy Barrett and cellist and song-writer Mary Holland explore new ideas, inspired by like-minded musicians and poets. Expect something out of the ordinary. Hint: there will be carpentry and egg-necking!! This special performance will feature guitar, fiddle, banjo and balalaika, alongside Mary’s mellow cello, keyboards and percussion.

Graphite and Company – A Play by Evelyn Holloway, Directed by Dhyano (Theatre)
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/

Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys (Music)
The Guildhall, St Ives. 8pm (doors 7pm) Tickets: £22 (unreserved seating)
The meteoric rise of Sam Kelly & the Lost Boys is quite astonishing. Playing their first ever show as a band in May 2016, in just two years they have risen from fringe stages and beer gardens to barnstorming headline sets at festivals all over the UK and Europe. “Amazing, thrilling music.” (Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2 & 4)