During International Restorative Justice Week 2014 (16th – 23rd November), RJ Working Community Interest Company, working with Cube Theatre, will be holding a networking event at The Poly, to share thinking about the future of Restorative Justice in Cornwall’s communities. The session will include the screening of some short films about RJ, and networking discussions.
The Oggymen have built a strong reputation for their tight harmonies and rousing performances. Delighting both visitors and locals with their interpretation of Cornish and contemporary folk songs they have won a legion of fans.
Tonight’s performance reunites the 12 strong group with some of their talented friends to create an unforgettable evening of music and humour that will captivate every Cornish heart.
The next screening in our silent film season with the Cornwall Film Festival is The Diary of a Lost Girl with a specially composed soundtrack performed live by WURLITZA.
Fast moving and at times shocking, Diary of a Lost Girl traces the story of Thymian, played by the mesmerising screen idol Louise Brooks, as her life yoyos between episodes of lightness and innocence, darkness and despair.
Dir: Clint Eastwood – USA – 134mins (15)
Clint Eastwood’s big screen version of the Tony Award winning musical tells the story of the four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in new Jersey who came together to form the iconic 60s rock group The Four Seasons. Their trials and triumphs are accompanied by the hit songs that influenced a generation, and are now being embraced by a new generation of fans.
Are you making a living (or trying to make a living) in the creative and cultural industries? This session, run by Cornwall Council Library, brings together a wide range of books which could help you in your work. Whether it’s advice on building your own web-site, dealing with the legal side of things, marketing or whether you are looking for some creative inspiration, there should be a book here to help you.
‘Through the particular we find the universal’
This series of photographic work represents the search for the horizontal within a county dominated by horizons. Rather than focus on the sky meeting water or land that is so evident in Cornwall, Burns searches out evidence and marks left by the horizon, from tide marks and maritime artefacts to pure texture.
BFI Sci-Fi – Days of Fear and Wonder
Come for a pre-show drink in our new bar, with wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Open 30 minutes before each performance and for interval drinks. To book a private function please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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