Friday 26th April 2019


Sheelanagig play intricate, groove heavy arrangements of original and traditional tunes drawing influence from the folk music of Europe and beyond.

Sheelanagig for over a decade have brought their array of foot-stomping folk tunes to audiences across the globe. A quintet with a well-stocked armoury of stringed instruments – guitar, fiddle, double bass – added with the rhythmic energy of flute and drums and a bagful of joint-jumping tunes, these boys from the South-West England create a real dynamic which is inherent in both their furious dance medleys as well as their interestingly arranged original pieces.

Putting the groove into a selection of traditional and original European Folk music dating from the medieval times to present day, it’s difficult – nay, impossible – for your limbs to remain stationary when you’re within earshot of them in full flight. The fact that they often play with a knowing wink shouldn’t obscure their impeccable technique, and outstanding musicianship that raises the roof in every place they play.

A completely top night out.’ –Mike Harding BBC Radio 2

‘The musicianship is tight and intense’ – Songlines

Supported by King Dinosaur

Speakeasy meets Dick Dale in this Psychedelic Spaghetti Western Swing Band. Guitars, Trumpet, Double Bass, Drums and 5 voices. You never had so much fun!

Doors open at 7.30pm

Tickets £12 in advance (plus booking fee)

£14 on the door


Live music, comedy, pop videos and documentary interviews collide to bring you a tale of (very little) sex, (a smattering of) drugs and the unexpected phobias from a life of rock and roll.

Join Trifle Gathering Productions for this funny, and occasionally moving, coming of middle age music documentary for the stage … their bravest theatre show to date.

A touching insight into the battle between ambition and reality, Trifle Gathering Productions invite you to take a peek into the extraordinary minds and social anxieties of the phenomenon that is, or was, N:Dless.

Much loved Cornwall based theatre company TrifleGatheringProductions are back on tour with their bravest theatre project to date.  The show, a comedy tale about the reuniting of a fictional 90s electronic band, merges live music, comedy, pop videos and documentary interviews. Endless has been written and produced by Trifle’s core team Kyla Goodey, (Ubu Karoke, Kneehigh and100: UnEarth, WildWorks) and Sally Crooks (The Trench, Bodmin)

“This is our most ambitious show to date. It’s been three years in the making and we’re really excited about it finally hitting the stage.” Kyla Goodey, Director, Trifle Gathering

Suggested audience age 10+ 

Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start


£10 in advance - tickets available from Limekiln Gallery or Ents24

£12 on the door


Saturday 25th May

The Roustabouts

Performing a theatrical circus-style original music and gypsy, balkan, swing inspired arrangements.

The Roustabouts are a gypsy cabaret collective of musicians and performers based in Falmouth. Performing a mixture of gypsy, folk, dance and swing influenced arrangements and original songs,

A mini musical circus experience that will amuse, bemuse and amaze.

Plus DJ support

Doors open 7pm until 12am


£6 in advance from Ent24 or Limekiln Gallery

£7 on the door


Friday 26th to Sunday 28th July

Calstock Heritage weekend

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.


Past events at the hall


Older events @ the Hall