We take St Piran’s Day seriously, it’s an opportunity to proudly celebrate our Cornish heritage with the things we love; traditional Cornish music, local ales and ‘ansom pub grub! And with St Piran’s Day falling on a Sunday in 2023, we’re bringing you a weekend lineup of celebrations ♡
The Stowes have built on a shared love of traditional Celtic music to create their signature sound that is becoming rapidly recognisable across the Cornish folk scene.
The group seamlessly transcends the boundaries between traditional genres and styles, with those most notable being Cornish music, Irish trad and nautical songs and shanties. Combine with that a subtle hint of bluegrass, a driving beat and a strong passion for Cornwall and Cornish history, and the result is an infectious energy that appeals to audiences of multiple generations and enthusiasts of almost every genre.
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The Motown Pirates in their trio formation, fronted by professional singer Liz, are simply remarkable and are sure to attract a crowd!
Expect classic Motown, a dash of Northern-Soul and 70’s funky disco.
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Fabulous Cornish, nautical and shanty songs presented with smiles, by the all male chorus from Newquay, who have represented Cornwall live on national ITV breakfast programmes; at the prestigious Festival Interceltique in Lorient Brittany; and from the Boardmaster’s stage in Newquay.
Wherever they find themselves, Oll an Gwella’s mission is to spread their joy of singing amongst others and everyone is encouraged to participate!
They will entertain us with traditional songs from 7.45pm, and at 9pm they will lead the traditional Trelawny shout.
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