Hat Fitz is a veteran wild man of the blues scene in Australia. He has a record 18 straight appearances at Byron’s East Coast Blues and Roots Festival, a record that is not likely to ever be broken, and one which bears testimony to his amazing live performances and popularity with festival goers.
Cara draws on her soul background, and although blessed with a sensational voice she was not content to be labelled as ‘just a singer’. She has taken to drumming duties as well as washboards, flute and tin whistle, sometimes all at once.
£10 in advance. Available from Limekiln Gallery, Calstock Post Office or online at Ents24
£12 on the door
Doors open at 7.30pm with music from 8pm
Celebrating Calstock’s steamboat heyday, visitors to Calstock this summer will be able to step back in time to remember an era when this village on the banks of the River Tamar enjoyed a true heyday.
The Calstock heritage weekend will see a flotilla of steamboats moor off the pontoon at Calstock once again and mark the centrepiece of three days of celebrations.
- Ten steamboats moor at Cotehele Quay, before being towed up to their moorings just off the pontoon at Calstock.
- Calstock Parish Archives’ display of Heritage and the Tamar Valley
12.30pm Boats leave in grand style at for Weir Head, stopping at Morwellham Quay for refreshments.
Saturday 27th July
Pirates of St Piran
Past events at the hall
Older events @ the Hall