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10 December: Calstock Singers Christmas Concert @ 1930

For a great evening’s entertainment join Calstock Singers on Saturday December 10th at 7:30pm at Calstock Arts for their long awaited Christmas concert, entitled ‘Seasons of Love’, with 'Under the Fingers'. Musical director, Ann Smith has devised a lovely ‘Seasonal’ programme, with a mixture of songs, some Christmassy and some not.  There will be opportunities […]

11 December: Gallery Bar Christmas Special with Just Friends @ 4.30pm

Join Just Friends, Calstock's own jazz trio for "It's a Jazzy Christmas," a relaxing mix of jazz standards and well known Christmas classics performed by Marianne (vocals), Paul (bass guitar) and Peter (piano). Entry is free with a bucket for donations to the Callington Food Bank

13 January: Neil Maya Quartet- Cartoon Jazz

Playing the best in jazz from the cartoons, The Neil Maya Quartet injects some Yabba Dabba Doo into your favourite looney tunes – from Frozen to The Flintstones; Top Cat to Toy Story; The Simpsons to Sesame Street. It’s jazz – but not as we know it The Neil Maya Quartet’s latest projects takes tunes from the cartoons […]

15 January 2023: K’Antu @ 3pm

Calstock Arts are thrilled to have musicians from Birmingham’s award-winning early music group, K’antu Ensemble, returning to The Old Chapel. Join us for a performance of historical folk music from across the globe, exploring traditions and folklore behind some of the ensemble’s favourite tunes. Founded in 2012 by Ruth Hopkins, K’antu Ensemble take their name […]

20 January: Gallery Bar Special with The Blues Dukes

    Jeff "the Horse" Horsey      Harmonica,Guitar and Vocals Gareth Hedges                     Guitar and Vocals George Nixs                          Lead Guitar and Vocals Colin Boyd                            Bass Guitar and Vocals.   Four veterans of the SW Music scene have formed a 4-piece band playing Blues and Roots music. Gareth Hedges has played and recorded in the UK, America, Europe […]

28 January : Gallery Bar Special with the Jazz Divas

The popular Jazz Divas return to the Old Chapel with an evening of jazz standards. Divas night is the culmination of an eight week jazz course run by singer Helen Porter. All the vocalists perform solos, accompanied by Matt Taylor on double bass, Tony Ives on drums and Helen Porter on keyboard. Cabaret style evening, […]

4 February 2023: Seth Lakeman – sold out – see ticket link for returns

Westcountry folk singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Seth Lakeman has announced a run of UK and European solo shows in Spring 2023. This follows on from a busy 2022 including tour dates, festivals and a run of harbourside performances travelling by ship! Seth was part of the ‘Sea Song Sessions’ album - a collection of British […]

24 February 2023: Xhosa Cole

'Rhythm-a-ting'   Winner of the 2018 BBC Young Jazz Musician of the year, Xhosa Cole is an embodiment of the success of numerous community arts programmes in Birmingham including the Midland Youth Jazz Orchestra, Jazzlines Ensemble and Birmingham Music Service. Having grown up in Handsworth and first played the Tenor at Andy Hamilton's Ladywood Community […]

3 March 2023: The Countrymen

Celebrate St Pirrans weekend at Calstock Arts. Returning to the Old Chapel, with their 'Cornish Folk Rock Harmony', The Countrymen are five local seasoned musicians from Launceston, with tight four-part harmony vocals and a token Cornishman. With a relaxed and light-hearted presentation style they take the audience on a journey through the history and culture […]

4 March: Charlotte Glasson Band

"Versatile contemporary jazz and fusion saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist/composer plays diverse originals all laced with her own bluesy, expressive sax work."  Time Out – London   Since winning the ‘Best Newcomer Award’ at the Marlborough Jazz Festival, the Charlotte Glasson Band have been wowing audiences at venues across the U.K., including the London Jazz Festival, Love Supreme Festival […]

10 March 2023: Rachel Newton

Singer and harpist Rachel Newton draws on poems and ballads that are hundreds of years old, working them into her contemporary compositional style to create a rich sound that is ambitious, original and unique. In addition to her solo work, Rachel is a skilled collaborator and founder member of The Shee, The Furrow Collective and […]

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