Tickets £12, £6 (16 and under)Book Online
The eagerly anticipated return of this powerhouse trio from Scotland – concertina, guitar and fiddle combine to amazing effect. Their appearance last year earned the band a standing ovation from a packed auditorium, and we expect the same this time round.
Tickets £12 (£6 under 16)Book Online
Lau will be coming to the Tolmen Centre on Saturday May 30th 2020. Their ‘Unplugged’ concert tour will feature two sets: the first will be stripped down and all-acoustic, while the second will feature their electronics, loops and wild effects, giving us the best of both worlds.
“…the most musically adventurous trio in British folk – exquisite and hypnotic, musicianship at its best” ***** (Guardian).
We are expecting high demand for tickets, which are now available and already selling, online only.
DLM are Andrew Cresswell Davis, Clare Lindley and Brian Mullan. They play guitars, cello, violin and ukuleles, and use three part harmonies to create a sound full of warmth and rich in dynamic contrast. Strong writing, beautifully arranged, and performed by three highly accomplished musicians.
Tickets £10.Book Online
John Etheridge and Chris Garrick have been associated for many years. The duo provides a feast of interplay, improvisation and eclectic repertoire. Both players make extensive use of looping and other effects-creating exotic tapestries of sound, almost orchestral at times, yet can seamlessly switch to the most acoustic sound. They can evoke Reinhardt and Grappelli and then summon up the spirits of the electric avant-garde, atmospheric and hypnotic. They can roar, seduce, whisper. Jazzwise described their relationship as “one of the most potent in European Jazz”.
Tickets £12Book Online
Back by popular demand is Twisted Tales Vol. 2; a brand new show by ‘Owdyado Theatre Company touring in 2020. Following on from the huge success of Twisted Tales, which toured across the country in 2018 and 2019, this show is a new trilogy of darkly comic ‘tales of the unexpected.’
Tickets £10, £8, Student/Child over 14 yrs £5
We’ve just heard that ‘THE PRETEND MEN’ have been involved in a serious traffic accident in London. Several of the company have sustained injuries and as a result they have had to CANCEL Saturday’s performance of Police Cops at The Tolmen Centre.
Obviously Cafe Tolmen will also not be operating as there is no show.
If you have purchased tickets Online, you will receive a full refund from the Booking Agency
We will try to contact all the others who have reserved tickets by phone (unfortunately there are many of them) to let them know.
The Company are enormously sorry about this, they were looking forward to bringing the show to Cornwall, and we are planning to re-schedule the show for a date to be fixed in the summer.
We extend our sympathies to all The Pretend Men, wish them speedy recovery.
We are tremendously sorry for the inconvenience caused, but the circumstances are completely beyond our control.