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8 January: Cornwall’s Climate Stories – Food for Thought

Directed by Calstock's own Bryony Stokes, the next in Cornwall’s climate stories - Food for Thought looks at the undeniable impacts of modern animal agriculture as well as some of the incredible Cornish initiatives underway to mitigate them – and also the role that regenerative farming could play in actually combating climate change while producing nutritious food. […]

21 January: Wurlitza (SOLD OUT – check out ticket link for returns before 1800)

Returning to The Old Chapel after two successful shows in the past, Wurlitza deliver so much more than a soundtrack to silent films. Their choreography, split second timing and hours of rehearsal combine to deliver a unique cinematic and musical experience. Blending old and new, classical, jazz, pop and more, Wurlitza cross genres and defy […]

27 January 2023: Charity Quiz – in aid of Parkinson’s UK

Fun team quiz including delicious soup and a roll Our annual quiz is back after a brief break for COVID! Our chosen charity this year is Parkinson's UK, a charity very dear to Calstock Arts and may others, we expect. Come and join in a fun event in aid of this very good cause. Ticket price includes our […]

17 March: Co-operative Big Band @ 1915

Calstock Arts are delighted to welcome the Co-operative Big Band, formed in 2009 with a small group of students and private pupils  by Pete Twyman. They are kindly performing at The Old Chapel as a fund raiser towards a new stage at the Old Chapel. The Cooperative Big Band prides itself on being regards as […]

24 March: Liza Pulman and Joe Stilgoe – A Couple of Swells @ 1930

Fascinating Aida’s Liza Pulman teams up with acclaimed musician and singer, Joe Stilgoe, in a vibrant and entertaining potpourri of classic songs and wit, highlighting Joe's virtuoso piano playing and Liza's exquisite vocals. Calstock Arts are thrilled to be the first show of the tour. Watch the video here to hear about the new show. Liza’s […]

30 March – Turning My Farm into an Ark for Lost Species with Derek Gow @ 1930 SOLD OUT!

Calstock Arts are thrilled to welcome local farmer-turned-ecologist Derek Gow to speak about his new book and his experience of rewilding. Tearing down fences literally and metaphorically, Birds, Beasts and Bedlam recounts the adventures of Britain’s most colourful rewilder, Derek Gow. How he raised a sofa-loving wild boar piglet, transported a raging bison bull across the UK, […]

2 May: Free CPR & Defib Training @ 6pm & 7pm

Calstock Arts recently installed a defibrillator at the Old Chapel on Sand Lane. Although there is a video online showing you how to use it, there is nothing like some practical training to ensure everyone knows how to use it if they need to. Cornwall Training and Consultancy, in partnership with FLEET (Front Line Emergency […]

21 May: Dowr Tamar / Great Water – a short film about the River Tamar @ 1500

Join an exclusive screening of Samuel Bestwick's 'Dowr Tamar / Great Water,' a short film that uses archive footage to explore the evolution of the Tamar through time, diving deep into the river's landscape. Samuel Bestwick is an artist and filmmaker currently based in Cornwall. Primarily employing the use of moving image, his practice explores narrative […]

21 May: Cultivator Mixer – River Reflections @1pm

Calstock Arts are thrilled to be part of the Cultivator Mixers programme. Tickets are now available to the general public for this event which is limited to 15 people. If you are unlucky and cannot get a ticket for the whole afternon, you can still see the Tamar River film for free at 3pm. Cultivator […]

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