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  • The Gift of Christmas Concert

    Newquay Choral Society invites you to come and join them in a celebration of the Gift of Christmas with an evening of carols and Christmas music to be held at St. Columb Minor Church on Monday, 10th December at 7.30 pm. There will be Christmas music, carols both Choral and Congregational, and solo pieces from Sophie Peters and Jaivin Raj, our new extremely talented Musical Director. Entry to the concert is free, with a retiring collection in aid of St. Columb Minor Church and St. Petroc's Charity.

    at St. Columb Minor Church
  • Newquay U3A General Meeting

    Live, laugh and learn with Newquay U3A who provide life-enhancing opportunities for semi-retired and retired people, either to gain new knowledge and insights or to expand on what they already have. U3A is a National self-help organisation. Newquay U3A has well over 200 members with between 70 and 100 members attending the monthly general meetings at the Lane Theatre on the outskirts of Newquay. Various Speakers are invited to our monthly meetings to inform and entertain us, after our social get-together over refreshments. We currently have over 28 interest groups covering a variety of subjects or activities, meeting as required in a wide variety of venues or at each others' homes. There is something on every day so there will always be an interest group you can join: like antiques, bridge, garden visits, music, photography, reading, writing and various indoor pursuits or the more active interests of dancing, table tennis or walking. If you fancy eating out with good company, we have groups that do that too. So if you would like to enjoy a varied social life in your retirement, come along and join us.

    at Lane Theatre
  • A Christmas Carol starring Simon Callow at Lighthouse Cinema.

    Based on Charles Dickens's own performance adaptation, Simon Callow and director Tom Cairns have created a one-man theatrical extravaganza of festive storytelling that is both heart-warming and deeply moving. Following critically acclaimed, sold-out theatre seasons in 2011, 2012 and again in 2016, Simon Callow (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Shakespeare in Love) returns to wow audiences with this tour de force performance, reimagined especially for cinema. A Christmas must see!

    at Lighthouse Cinema
  • Sleeping Beauty

    Back by popular demand, Pantomime returns to Lane Theatre and this year the offering is Sleeping Beauty. The story is traditional but given a makeover by the performing company Odd Socks Entertainment and this year you have two chances to join in the action. Come to Lane Theatre on Thursday 13th or Friday 14th December for a 7 o’clock start. You know you want to… See what Odd Socks say about Sleeping Beauty. Princess Aurora, the most beautiful princess in all of the land, has fallen into a deep sleep after the evil Maleficent laid a curse upon her! Who’s going to save her? The Handsome Prince? Alice the Fairy? Dame Dolly Dot? Oh dear…seems like they need all the help they can get! Come and join us for a fantastic show (and an even better adventure) So you can help us save Princess Aurora and stop that gruesome Maleficent (BOOOO!) Will you be coming along? Oh no you won’t? Oh yes you will!

    at Lane Theatre
  • Christmas Concert

    Newquay Band and Mount Charles Band from St Austell join forces with the In-Tune Ladies Choir to provide an evening of musical entertainment

    at St Michael's Church

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