September Festival events

DAILY

Lunchtime music and poetry
Norway Square. Local and visiting performers are welcome. 12.30pm-2pm. Free.

SATURDAY, 14th SEPTEMBER

A Walk Among Artists, with Nicky Ferguson
Nicky will talk about St Ives as a community for artists from the early 1900s through to the modernists, including Barbara Hepworth, Terry Frost, and Patrick Heron. Meet at St Ives Library at 10.30am. £8. Book here.

St Ives Town Walk number one, with Tony Farrell
A two-hour walk that includes places of historical and cultural significance in the town. Meet outside the Guildhall, 11am. £5 (no booking required).

Street entertainment
An afternoon of Aspects-sponsored entertainment around town to get everyone in the festival mood. Noon-5pm. Free.

Big Cauldron marathon music session
Western Hotel, 1.30pm-6pm. Free.

Tango in the Night
Fleetwood Mac tribute band at St Ia’s Church, 7.30pm. £24. Tickets here.

Green Diesel
Green Diesel take their inspiration from the depths of English folklore and legend, and the folk rock sound of Fairport Convention and The Albion Band. Arts Club, 7.30pm. £10. Tickets here.

SUNDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER

A Walk Among Artists, with Nicky Ferguson
Nicky will talk about St Ives as a community for artists from the early 1900s through to the modernists, including Barbara Hepworth, Terry Frost, and Patrick Heron. Meet at St Ives Library at 10.30am. £8. Book here.

St Ives Town Walk number one, with Tony Farrell
A two-hour walk that includes places of historical and cultural significance in the town. Meet outside the Guildhall, 11am. £5 (no booking required).

Catch the Wind — St Ives in the 60s
Film at St Ives Arts Club, 1pm. £6. Tickets here.

Abstract Drawing with Peter Giles
A workshop exploring the expressive potential of abstract drawing. Arts Club, 2pm-4.30pm. Book at barnoonarts.uk

Spaven Mor
Bier Huis Grand Café, 2pm-4pm. Free. 01736 797074 to book a table.

St Ives Entertains
A variety show featuring Katrina Geraghty, Dee and Dave Brotherton, Tir ha Havas, Nicole Tesseyman, and Cork an Barbor, compered by Donna Birrell. £11. Tickets here.

The Trouble Notes
Progressive world folk. St Ia Church, 8pm. £12. Tickets here.

An Audience with Harry Glasson and Will Keating
Harry Glasson, the singer songwriter who wrote Cornwall My Home, as well as many other folk songs, talks about his life, hosted by friend, and award winning singer-songwriter, Will Keating. St Ives Arts Club. 7.30pm. £14. Tickets here.

MONDAY, 16th SEPTEMBER

Martyn Barker
The singer, songwriter, and guitarist performs songs interspersed with chat. St Ives Arts Club, 6.30pm. £12. Tickets here.

TUESDAY, 17th SEPTEMBER

Promoting Crysede Silks in the Press, 1920-1940
A talk by Janet Axten at St Ives Arts Club, 1pm. £8.50. Tickets here.

WEDNESDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER

St Ia Church
Organ recital with Alex Trigg, of St John’s Voices, Cambridge, 1.15pm.

Rob Barratt
The Dudley-born, Cornwall-based comic poet, homourist, and singer at St Ives Arts Club, 7.30pm. £10. Tickets here.

THURSDAY, 19th SEPTEMBER

The International Influence of the St Ives Art Colony pre-1914
A talk by art historian David Tovey at St Ives Arts Club, 1pm. Tickets here.

Bailey Tomkinson and The Locals
Fusing surf rock, Americana, and pop. St Ia Church. 8pm. £12. Tickets here.

FRIDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER

Molly Hocking
The St Ives singer-songwriter. St Ia Church. £15 (£8 under-16s). Tickets here.

WEDNESDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER

St Ia Church
Organ recital with Andrew Wyatt, assistant director of music at Truro Cathedral, 1.15pm.