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25 January: Mark Avery – What wildlife needs and how to provide it

“If I were king for a day Avery would be instantly installed as the benign dictator of conservation” Chris Packham Dr Mark Avery is a senior conservationist having been RSPB conservation director for 13 years, former chair of the World Land Trust and co-founder of Wild Justice with Chris Packham and Ruth Tingay. Mark will […]

3 February: My Darling Clementine (see competition below)

A labour of love on multiple levels, My Darling Clementine – the sobriquet of spouses Michael Weston King and Lou Dalgleish – began as a homage to classic country duets of the 60’s and 70’s á la George & Tammy and Johnny & June. Their latest album is called “Country Darkness” - a collaboration with keyboard […]

9 February: Co-operative Big Band @ 1930

Calstock Arts are delighted to welcome the Co-operative Big Band who are returning to the Old Chapel after an excellent performance last year. Formed in 2009 with a small group of students and private pupils  by Pete Twyman. They are kindly performing at as a fund raiser for Calstock Arts. The Cooperative Big Band prides […]

22 February 2024: Black Ops and Beaver Bombing- Fiona Mathews and Tim Kendall @ 1930

"Elegiac, informative and funny; some truly magical encounters in the wild" Peter Fiennes Fiona Mathews and Tim Kendall will take us on a safari unlike any other, based on their book Black Ops and Beaver bombing, where they travelled from Scotland to the Isles of Scilly in search of Britain's marvelous animals. They will explore […]

15 March: Stephen Moss- Ten Birds that Changed the World @1930

Original producer of BAFTA award winning series Springwatch, Stephen Moss, leading naturalist, author and broadcaster joins us in Calstock. Stephen will explain how crucial birds have been in the development of life on earth and their relationship with man. For the whole of human history, we have lived alongside birds. We have hunted and domesticated […]

21-28 March: Wild About Calstock Exhibition

An intergenerational nature-based arts project by The Photobook Project, connecting older and younger people to each other and the Tamar Valley. This exhibition features the participants’ photographs, taken throughout the project, and an accompanying collection of photobooks.  Wild About Calstock engaged school children at Calstock and Stoke Climsland Primary Schools and Sensory Trust’s dementia-friendly Walk […]

7 April: Unpinned from Time – Poetry Book Launch by Dorothy Coventon

Join us at the Old Chapel, for a couple of hours, to celebrate the launch of Dorothy Coventon’s new book of collected poems of love and loss: Unpinned From Time. Written as a searing response to a double tragedy in her life, the poems have won prizes and received much acclaim. They speak with a […]

April 14: One Writers’ Group: Three Routes to Publication @ 6pm

WEST COUNTRY AUTHORS TO SHARE TRICKS OF THE TRADE Three Devon authors, who are all members of the same writing group, will be sharing their experience of the rocky road to publication, in an attempt to help other writers get published. Calstock Arts are thrilled to welcome, Yaara Lahav Gregory, Anna Lunk, and Sophie Pierce, […]

25 April: SOLD OUT Screening- SIX INCHES OF SOIL with Marina O’Connell

Six Inches of Soil is a British independent full feature documentary shining a spotlight on soil health and regenerative farming. It tells the inspiring story of young British farmers standing up against the industrial food system and transforming the way they produce food - to heal the soil, our health and provide for local communities. […]

9 May: Power to the People – Cornwall’s Climate Stories

Power to the People is the latest film in the superb Cornwall's Climate Stories series directed by Calstock's own Bryony Stokes. Bryony will also be in attendance to provide more in depth background to the making of this film, she will also be accompanied by experts from the film to answer your energy questions. With fantastic […]

10 July: Film-Down The Drain @1900

Down the Drain delves deep into issues around climate change and Cornwall's fresh water – looking at everything from heavier rain leading to more sewage overflows, flooding and loss of topsoil. Following the film we will be discovering how we can work together to take action Beyond the Individual . We know that everyday actions […]

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