Whats on!

Whats on!

Below is a list of events in January 2015, we will be introducing a calendar in the future but for now…

Hall for Cornwall ‘Robin Hood’

New family productions coming up but here’s some audience reaction to Christmas 2014, ‘Robin Hood’

What the audience had to say:

Anytime….

Wednesdays term-time Baby Ballet classes are starting with a free taster session on the 28th Jan 2015, at All Saints Church Hall, Highertown, Truro.  Classes are: babyballet® Tots – 6months – 18months 9.50 – 10.25am  babyballet® Tinies – 18months – 3 years 10.40 – 11.15am.  Classes will run every week in line with the local school term times. Visit the baby ballet web-site
Fridays term-time Chacewater playgroup are every Friday during term time between 9.30 – 11.30am at The Old Chapel, Fore Street, Chacewater, more information can be found on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/chacewatermotherandtoddlergroup if you would like any more info please do not hesitate to contact us.
Saturdays Free themed workshops, Falmouth Art Gallery, + free entry, drop-in 2 to 3pm, 01326 313863           Free family activities, Penlee House, drop-in 2.30 to 3.30pm, + free entry on Saturdays, 01736 363625  
Saturdays term-time Launceston Youth Theatre, St John’s Ambulance Hall, Launceston, Junior Group (8-12 years) 9:30am to 11am, Senior Group (13-18 years) 11:30am to 1:30pm, www.launceston-drama.co.uk
Saturdays & Sundays Mylor Sailing School, Saturday: Sailing Practice Club, 10am to 12noon, £15 pp & Sailing Race Club, 2.30 to 4.30pm, experienced 8+, £15.   Sunday: Swallows & Amazons, fun sessions for 6yrs+, 9.30 to 11.30am & 12noon to 2pm, £15; book 01326 377633 www.mylorsailingschool.co.uk

January 2015

up to 31 Jan KIDS GO FREE, Telegraph Museum Porthcurno, details: www.telegraphmuseum.org
 14..18 Jan ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ RAMPS, The Regal Theatre, Redruth, 01209 216278 www.rampstheatre.org
until 17 Jan ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’, Drum Theatre, Plymouth, Stuff and Nonsense present this favourite beary-tale! Ingenious puppetry and music for 2+, 01752 267222, www.theatreroyal.com, mention BBP
until 17 Jan ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, Theatre Royal, Plymouth, see theatre shows, www.theatreroyal.com, mention BBP
 17 Jan Secret World of Mini Beasts workshops, Telegraph Museum Porthcurno, free with entry, create crazy critters, explore microscopic beasties, 11am to 12noon & 2 to 3pm, 01736 810966
18 Jan Fox Club Sea Watch, 11am to 2pm, near St. Ives (full details on booking), cost of event: free, but donations to Fox Club welcomed. Calling all young marine fans! There is a wealth of sea life out there in our Cornish waters and with the help of experts from the Cornwall Wildlife Trust you could be lucky enough to see them. Trust’s Seaquest Southwest will be holding a Sea Watch sessions at St. Ives, especially for young members of Fox Club, the junior membership of the Trust. Dolphins and harbour porpoises are regularly spotted off the coast at St. Ives, and even if you don’t see them there is plenty to learn about our local marine life, as well as sharks, whales and seals. There will be plenty of seabirds to spot as well. Booking is essential on 01872 273939. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult, aged 18+. Binoculars or telescopes would be great, if you have them, we can provide binoculars if needed. Bringing lunch/snacks and a hot drink are advisable. The path to the lookout spot can be uneven and slippery in wet weather. Seaquest Southwest is a long-standing project that relies on the general public sending Cornwall Wildlife Trust their records of sea sightings such as dolphins, whales and other marine wildlife. As a result, there has been a steady stream of data over the years, which has provided a fantastic insight into our Cornish whale and dolphin populations. Fox Club, 01872 273939, foxclub@cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk
 24 Jan Build a bird nest box, Fox Club, Illogan, hammers & saws, 5+ with adult, £3 per box, 10.30am, 01872 273939
25 Jan Feed your garden birds, Falmouth, Fox Club, cost of event: Donation to Fox ClubWinter can be a hard time for our garden birds but with the help of young wildlife supporters it doesn’t have to be.Fox Club, the junior section of leading local wildlife charity, Cornwall Wildlife Trust, will be finding out what they can do to help when Kirstie Francis, Fox Club Manager, shows them how to turn recycled bottles into bird feeders and then put their baking skills to the test making yummy cakes for birds, namely fat balls.The event, run in association with Tempus Leisure, will take place in Falmouth from 1.30pm to 3.30pm and booking is essential. Please phone Fox Club on 01872 273939. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult, aged 18+. This event is not suitable for anyone with a nut allergy. There is disabled access.  Although the event is free, a donation to Fox Club is requested. For more information visit the website at www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/foxclub.‘Small birds attracted to our gardens such as tits, finches and sparrows carry little or no fat reserves, so it’s vital they have access to energy-rich foods on a daily basis. By providing high quality, energy-rich foods you can help compensate for the lack of natural foods.If you’re not sure what foods robins like or goldfinches prefer, have a look at this handy guide from our friends at Vine House Farm  – Who Eats What – www.vinehousefarm.co.uk/who-eats-what.aspx ‘ Donations from sales of their bird food directly support our work protecting Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.’
28 January Baby Ballet free taster session classes start with this free taster session at All Saints Church Hall, Highertown, Truro. Classes are: babyballet® Tots – 6months – 18months 9.50 – 10.25am babyballet® Tinies – 18months – 3 years 10.40 – 11.15am. Classes will run every week in line with the local school term times. Visit the baby ballet web-site
 28..31 ‘Dick Whittington and his Cat’, Launceston Town Hall, LADS, 7.30pm; 31 Jan, matinée 2.30pm. 01726 879500
 30 Jan Museum Minnows, Maritime Museum, Falmouth, drop-in, 1.30 to 2.30pm, crafts, games and tours
 31 Jan National Storytelling Week, Plymouth Museum, with creepy crawly specimens, mini-beast craft activities and poems read by author Celia Warren from ‘Don’t Poke a Worm till it Wriggles’, drop-in 1.30 to 3.30pm, free, donations welcome