Blue Fire Theatre – Kemp’s Jig

“And let those that play your clowns say no more than is set down” In 1600 Will Kemp, the most famous comic and clown of his generation and Will Shakespeare, the most famous playwright in history fell out in an argument over a play. Shakespeare stayed in London, writing and producing plays still renowned the […]


Jam First Theatre presents Hellish, a new comic Cornish folk tale. Jago Clemo is out of luck…and the Devil knows it! Down at his local pub, furloughed and frustrated, Jago will bet on any game going …unfortunately…so will the Devil! A rip-roaring, irreverent and wickedly funny show that takes you from Heaven to Hell and […]



Didjan is the name given to the small morsel of pasty left for the buccas or mine spirits by Cornish miners, in the hope of ensuring safety when working underground. Bec Applebee and Richard Trethewey are two people with whom Cornish music is definitely in safe hands! Individually Bec and Richard have a wealth of […]