Calstock Arts is a community arts centre located in a beautifully converted Chapel on the banks of the River Tamar.

We programme a wide range of events including folk, jazz, classical music, comedy, film, theatre, talks and exhibitions. We have a fully licensed bar and pre-event food is now available for some events.

In addition to our ticketed events we also have Gallery Bar Specials. These feature live music and other events from well-known and emerging performers in the south west.

The Old Chapel is an ideal venue for a variety of community events, exhibitions, conferences, weddings and private parties.


Both of Cara Dillon's performances, Friday 21 and Saturday 22 September, have sold out.

An Evening with Rob Barratt


Saturday 30 June:

Rob Barratt is a Dudley-born and Cornwall-based comic poet, humourist and singer. His brain-tickling, word-mangling performance combines clever word play, verse and song with satire, parody and audience participation.

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Calstock Film – Fences (Denzel Washington 2016) Cert 12A


Thursday 5 July:

A working-class African-American father tries to raise his family in the 1950s, while coming to terms with the events of his life.

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Dante Quartet Summer Festival presents Spotlight on Shostakovich


Thursday 12 July:

The Dante Quartet return to the Old Chapel with Spotlight on Shostakovich

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Gallery Bar Special with Kit Hillbillies


Friday 13 July:

The return of the Kit Hillbillies with old-timey, good-timey bluegrass. With rousing vocal harmonies that smuggle in some darkly humorous local references.

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Gallery Bar Special with Helen Porter's Jazz Divas


Friday 27 July:

Helen Porter’s Jazz Divas are back! An impressive array of singers – Ed Bersey, Mike Dawson, Jon Hastings, Andy Salmon, Ellen Hawley, Tina Learmonth, Sarah Miller and Jane Wymark – croon, swing and belt the night away!

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Shappi Khorsandi – Mistress and Misfit


Saturday 28 July:

A regular on Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Have I Got News for You and Q.I, Shappi is back on the road with her new sell out show, presenting England’s unsung heroine, Emma Hamilton. For too long she has been known only as Nelson’s mistress, a bit of a harlot. (You get ONE job in a brothel and bang goes your reputation).

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Luke Daniels and Nancy Kerr


Friday 31 August:

Two of the British Folk scene’s top performers team up for a limited number of exclusive shows to perform their own and each other’s music.

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Cara Dillon - SOLD OUT


Friday 21 September:


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Cara Dillon SOLD OUT


Saturday 22 September:


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Kris Drever and Boo Hewerdine


Friday 5 October:

An exclusive south west gig for two of the UK’s finest and most prolific songwriters – Kris Drever (Lau) and Boo Hewerdine (The Bible/Eddi Reader).

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Histories of the Unexpected LIVE! Dr Sam Willis and Professor James Daybell


Friday 12 October:

This brand new show takes you on a journey of discovery that tackles some of the greatest of historical times – from the Tudors to the Second World War, from the Roman Empire to the Victorians. It emotionally engages as well as informs and entertains, you will find out how all of these subjects link together in unexpected and rather magical ways.

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Phillip Henry Solo Tour - ten years of travel with a slide guitar


Saturday 3 November:

In the autumn of 2018, Phillip Henry will celebrate the release of his long awaited solo album True North with a national tour. Commemorating ten years since his journey to Kolkata to study under the great slide guitarist Pandit Debashish Bhattacharya, True North charts a life spent travelling the globe, collecting tunes, stories and instruments.

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Graham Fellows – Completely Out of Character


Saturday 24 November:

In 2017 Graham finished touring as John Shuttleworth with his show ‘My Last Will And Tasty Mint’ (as seen at Calstock Arts), and now, minus purple leather jacket and fawn slacks (but fully clothed!), he steps out from behind the keyboard to plug in his guitar and sing his own songs: revelatory, humorous and still quirky, sometimes sad.

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