Friday 8th March 


The Kit Hillbillies and the Tavy Tars








THE KIT HILLBILLIES and TAVY TARS

An evening with songs of mayhem … shootings, shipwrecks and daring escapes from breakneck bluegrass to salty sea shanties, a rollicking musical adventure is about to embark!







 tickets £7.00 from Limekiln Gallery or www.ents24.com

Bar and door open 7.00pm for a 7.30 start with The Tavy Tars, followed after the interval by The Kit Hillbillies


All proceeds go to Calstock Village Hall




Friday 12th April 2019


Flat Packed Theatre

Hyde and Seek


Based on the tale of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Hyde & Seek is a macabre ghost story with occasional spattering of vaudevillian humour. The story expands on the world of the original narrative; and the friendly, yet haunted former stage-door man, Albert, tells a grisly tale of the further misdeeds of Mr Hyde and his ‘acquaintance’ – the tormented genius Dr Jekyll.

Using specially designed self-contained lighting effects Hyde and Seek is a chilling and intimate story-telling experience: ghostly figures are glimpsed briefly before vanishing, characters appear out of nowhere, and what you can’t quite see becomes a lot more disconcerting than what you can.

Set in a long-abandoned theatre in Victorian London, the show has a theme of vaudeville running through it resulting in darkly comic song, dance, puppetry and even ventriloquism, which interweave with the story.


Suggested audience age: 12+

7.30pm until 10.30pm

Doors open at 7pm

Adults -  £9         

Under 16's -  £7    

Family -  £25

Friday 26th April 2019


Sheelanagig

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


 

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