Friday, 26 March 2010
Carrivick Sisters - Western - Thursday 23rd September
Some of the gigs at The Western have been announced - in addition to the St Ives Jazz Club gigs featured in a previous post.
Saturday 11th - Robin Williamson.
Monday 13th - Martha Tilston.
Thursday 16th - Steele, Wing, Dowling.
Friday 17th - Gwelhellin Jazzz Hattt.
Saturday 18th - Pamela Wynn Shannon.
Monday 20th - A Band Like Alice.
Thursday 23rd - Carrivick Sisters.
Saturday 25th - Ken Nicol and Phil Cool
Tickets will be on sale from St Ives Tourist Information in April.
Thursday, 18 March 2010
Edgar Macias - St Ives Jazz Club
The club are staging two gigs during the festival - as usual on Tuesday nights at The Western.
Tuesday 14th September - Sarah Gillespie Quartet.
A major new singer songwriter, Sarah Gillespie is one of the most individual yet recognizable voices to emerge in some time’ ...... All About Jazz.
‘Gillespie’s fiery originals offer a contrasting combination of sweet folkish melodies and a lyrically witty, street-talking attitude, that transports Lou Reed and Dylan to multicultural London’ ...... Jazzwise Magazine.
Tuesday 21st September - Edgar Macias Quintet.
A five-piece band that combines different jazz styles and rhythms from funk to South American. Edgar is a fantastic Venezuelan pianist and a great exponent of Latin jazz.
‘Latin-based but firmly in modern jazz territory, with any one of the five liable to reel off dazzling solos, it's a truly great band that you'd be daft to miss’ ...... Stratford Jazz.
For both gigs doors open at 8.00 pm and music starts at 9.00 pm.
Tickets available from Easter - £TBA.
Thursday, 11 March 2010
Fishermen's Friends - No Hopers Jokers and Rogues
The latest gig announcement for St Ives Guildhall -
The Fishermen's Friends - shanty singers from Port Isaac:
'Rousing and joyful shanties and Cornish folk songs'.
Monday 20th September at 8.00 pm.
Tickets: £12.00 / £13.00 available from Easter.
Saturday, 6 March 2010
Battle Of The Bands - St Ives Guildhall
Two more Guildhall gigs have been announced on the:
Official September Festival Website.
Monday 13th September: Battle Of The Bands - The Final Showdown.
Great to see young local bands given a showcase by the festival.
Sunday 19th September: Kila.
A fusion of Irish and World music.
See my earlier post for the rest of The Guildhall lineup.
Thursday, 4 March 2010
Much Ado About Nothing - The Island.
Dates have been announced for this year's St Ives Community Play.
Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare.
To be staged - once again - in a spectacular outdoor setting on The Island.
September Festival dates:
Wednesday 15th September.
Thursday 16th September.
Friday 17th September.
Saturday 18th September.
The production will also have a run in August -
Wednesday 18th to Saturday 21st.
Starts at 7.30 pm, tickets £TBA.
Tickets will be available from St Ives Tourist Information from Easter.
The company are still looking for volunteers.
You can audition for a role or help out with backstage / front of house.
Get in touch via the website (that includes you Johnny Depp!):
St Ives Community Play