An international sell-out show. The world’s three most stupid musicians entertain with their hilarious antics as they compete, ridicule, argue and seduce their way through Bach to Beatles. “Classical music for all ages and shoe sizes” The Sunday Times. In association with Venue Cornwall Tickets £8, £7 Children £4
Angel Heart Theatre present
Malina lives with Grandpa in the land of the midnight sun. Into her frozen world comes a stranger, whose ship is crushed in the ice. Malina knows only she can save the stranger’s life! Breathtaking puppets, shadow puppetry, live
music create magical theatre.
Suitable for 4+years
The return of the fabulous Medical Maelstrom with their hilarious evening of musical comedy. A unique act that will leave you with a smile on your face and aching with laughter.
In aid of the Cornwall Samaritans
Tickets £17.50 to include substantial nibbles
A brand new musical is created from scratch at each performance of this Edinburgh award-winning production, where audience suggestions help to create a show on the spot. The all-singing, all-dancing cast improvise with brilliant and unpredictable results.
‘Not only is each performance achingly funny, it’s a genuinely new musical every time. Worth seeing again and again. Time Out
Tickets £9, £8 Children £4
Danny, a teenage dabbler in petty crime, starts to care for Joy, whose nocturnal wanderings and forgetfulness worry her family. The show brilliantly conveys her fear on finding herself alone, in her nightie, in a busy street. It also conjures up her past, in particular during the Blitz. It’s an unconventional companionship between Joy and Danny, who find love and laughter against the odds.
“Finding Joy” is an intensely emotional and enjoyable show.
Tickets £12, £10, Family £34 (children 12+)
In association with Carn to CoveBook Online
Sarah Deene Jones can’t be with us, but her Harp Ensemble will be joined by Friends in Harmony to present an evening of English traditional and celtic music, jazz and original pieces.
Tickets £7 or £10 (includes ploughman’s supper of soup and cheese at 6pm. Booking essential.) In aid of the Heritage Centre.
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.