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This Week 13 – 19 Jan

Mon 13 - Sun 19 Jan 2020

Music

January Cave Sing, Bossiney (14 Jan)

Meet down at Bossiney Haven at 2pm and sing in the Bossiney cave with Neal Jolly. All songs taught by ear. Chants and rounds from around the world. Singing in the cave until coldness, darkness or the tide comes up, whichever happens first. Bring lanterns, hot drinks and if you’re brave, a swimming costume.

Many Moons, The Acorn, Penzance (17 Jan)

Many Moons by acclaimed writer, Alice Birch, follows four lonely Londoners as they tell stories, weave lies and confessions, reveal and conceal desires and regrets. All are plummeting towards one blistering afternoon in July. Through innovative storytelling, Rocket Box presents an award-winning production that interrogates the terrifying dark matter at the heart of their interconnected stories. The piece encourages audiences to consider loneliness, connection, and the importance of sharing problems. As a company, they draw on stand-up, circus, live music, spoken word, slam poetry, dance and cinema. Formed in 2018, Rocket Box are an emerging theatre company who are now about to embark on their debut national tour.

Lusty Glaze Beach Woodburner Sessions – Our Atlantic Roots (17 Jan)

Cornwall based indie duo, Our Atlantic Roots, bring an uplifting blend of American and British alternative folk, with country bluegrass roots and harmonies that are rich and dynamic to Lusty Glaze Beach. Booking essential.

Art & Exhibitions

Unbounded is on for another week or so at The Eden Project, showcasing work created by 15 artists exploring Cornwall’s social and environmental landscapes and how humans impact on it (until 26 Jan).

Ocean – An Exhibition for Change, Jupiter Gallery, Newlyn (until 1 Feb)

A new exhibition raising awareness of the state of our ocean and providing positive solutions towards protecting our seas and marine wildlife opens at the Jupiter Gallery in Newlyn. Featuring stark images from Adam Hopkison-Hill and photographer Ben Lecomte’s Vortex Swim through the world’s largest concentration of ocean plastic alongside work from local marine plastic artists Dan Lewis & Mini Beach Cleaner.

Events

Creative Breakfast, Falmouth (15 Jan)

Stranger Collective is joined by Wyl Nenmuir to discuss how to give yourself a better chance of achieving your creative goals in 2020. Wyl, an author who has also written for The Guardian and The Observer, will share what he’s learnt from writing three novels.

Breakfast Club, Botelet (17 Jan)

Join the team at gorgeous Botelet for a special version of their monthly Friday Breakfast Club round the ancient farmhouse kitchen table and help raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK.

Breakfast will start with a warm, cleansing drink & guided meditation with Horizon Inspired accompanied by shoulder massage with Lisa Allen Holistic Therapist then move through to a seasonal, vegetarian breakfast in the farmhouse by the open fire.

Breakfast club John Hersey Holes in the World

Further Afield

Sea Garden, RAMM museum, Exeter, until Sun 26 Jan

A vibrant, contemporary exhibition exploring the female-gendered relationship with the ocean and seaweed, featuring works from artists such as photographer Susan Derges, Dorothy Cross and Lucy Skaer.

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