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Wednesday 18th April Devoran Gardening Club Devoran Village Hall, 7.30pm for 7.45pm
This month’s meeting follows the hugely successful meeting in March when guest speaker was Charles Fox of Glendurgan.
The subject this month will be Dahlias – how to grow and look after them. The speaker is Louise Danks, production manager from the National Dahlia Collection in West Cornwall. The Dahlia is one of the most popular garden plants and there should be a number of varieties made available on the night for members to buy.
As usual refreshments will be available and new members and guests are always welcome. More information from Ian on 01872 870170 or Steve on 01872 864701.Please support your local Devoran Gardening Club. In June the club will be organising the annual Garden Safari – watch out for more information soon.
Friday 20th April Devoran Accoustic Sesssions – Paul Downes and Mick Ryan Devoran Village Hall
Paul Downes has a sensitive, yet fun approach to live performances which puts him among the most respected artists on the British acoustic music scene today. He has been introduced (to his embarrassment) as one of the greatest acoustic guitarist in the world. www.pauldownes.com
Mick Ryan is well known on the folk scene as a fine singer of traditional and original songs. He was described by Folk Roots as ‘definitely the most underrated singer in the country.’ As a duo with Paul Downes they have been described as ‘oozes skill and professionalism’ (Folk North West); ‘the singing, as we have come to expect from Mick Ryan, utterly superb’ (Shreds and Patches). Together, Paul and Mick provide singing, music and entertainment of the very highest quality.
Tickets £10.50 Doors: 19.00 Please bring your own refreshments. Tea and coffee available.
Wednesday April 25th C Fylm & Devoran Films presents The Wrecking Season Devoran Village Hall
The Wrecking Season, Nick Darke, who comes from a long line of beachcombers or ‘wreckers’, traces the origins of all items that he has discovered during one stormy winter along the coast of Cornwall near his home.
The evening will be presented by Jane Darke with a Q & A on plastics in oceans past and future.
Tickets £6 include Membership of Devoran C Fylm Club (Members £5) Tickets from 01726 879500 or online at www.carntocove.co.uk/Events
Old Quay Inn Meal “C Fylm” deal from 6.p.m. Pre-book special supper 2 for £17 on 01872 863142
Saturday 28th April Table Top sale Devoran Village Hall 2pm to 4.30pm in aid of Devoran Village Hall refurbishment fund
To book a stall or for more information contact Sandra on 01872 864440
Saturday 12th May Devoran Village Market Devoran Village Hall 9.30am to 12 noon
Come along and buy, meet with friends and enjoy a cuppa. There is a large selection of produce from local suppliers including Baker Tom’s Bread, fresh fish, preserves, Oliver’s Olives, Penny’s Pies, Colliers Cheese, Cornwall Lamb Company and more. There is also a selection of local craft stalls.
Refreshments and tea and coffee available in aid of NSPCC.
If you are a local supplier and would like a stall or if your charity group would like to provide the refreshments in aid of their charity contact Sue on 07949 823800
Sunday 20th May Daoiri Farrell. – rescheduled due to cancellation 2nd April 2017 Devoran Village Hall
Powerful Irish traditional singer and bouzouki player Daoirí Farrell from Dublin, is the new voice of Irish traditional music. His distinctive, perceptive and fluid vocals are teamed with an instrumental musicianship honed through years of study, all driven by a deep love of Irish traditional song. The result is a musician hailed as ‘one most important traditional singer to emerge in recent years’. Double BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner.
Tickets £10.50 Doors: 19.00
Please bring your own refreshments. Tea and coffee available.. www.daoiri.com
Monday 14th May – June 25th Celtic Chords Ladies’ Barbershop Chorus are running a 6 week free course for any lady who is interested in learning to sing acappella style.
This will be from Monday May 14th – June 25th but not the Bank holiday, from 6.45pm to 8.15pm in the Lower Hall of Devoran Village Hall. Please see the Celtic Chords website for contact details or phone Penny on 07974 370171.
Website is www.celticchords.btck.co.uk
Saturday 26th May Curious Seed’s show ‘Chalk About’ Devoran Village Hall
This is a playful, funny and sometimes moving look at how we see ourselves and others featuring dance, drawing, chat and one brilliant scene containing everything you could wish for.
Turning the stage into a gigantic chalkboard, Chalk About explores the nature of identity.
What makes us who we are?
Is it where we are from?
How we talk?
Our pasts or our futures?
Or is it the way we dance?
Come on a journey to see how two performers find new and inventive ways to share their stories in this joyous and thought-provoking show that has been enjoyed across the globe by children and adults alike.
Chalk About has been performed more than 130 times for over 7,000 people in 11 countries including prestigious venues and festivals such as the New Zealand Festival, Sadler’s Wells (London) and Sydney Opera House.
Doors open at 2:15pm for refreshments and face-painting. The show starts at 3pm. Recommended for everyone age 8+
Tickets: Adult: £8.00 | Child: £6.00 | Family: £22.00 Tickets are available from CRBO or phone 01726 879500
This event is organised by Up the Creek Promotions, supported by Carn to Cove. More information: www.facebook.com/UpTheCreekPromotions/