Sunday 26th September 2011

What's on!             


09.00 - 10.00

Yoga with Tanya - please bring a yoga mat



10.00 - 14.00

Various Workshops - Green woodworking | Nature Activities | Guided Wildlife Walk | Arts and Crafts | Healing | Zumba | Dance | Music - banjo, guitar, voice | Face painting and more. Look out for more information on site about where and when to find them. 



Penzance Youth String Orchestra 

13.00 - main stage

Are a group of  young players aged between 11 and 18 years old from across Cornwall, rehearsing under Tim Boulton. They will open their set with Karl Jenkings popular ‘Paladio’ – known as the music from the De Beers advert, followed by a Concerto Grosso by Corelli, written 300 years ago but still as fresh and lively as when it was first performed.  The main piece is ‘Jazz Patchwork’, a four movement piano concerto completed earlier this year by Ben Comeau, an exceptionally talented young pianist and composer from Truro.  This is going to be spectacular.




Black Velvet 

14.30 - main stage

Are a traditional Irish band based in Cornwall, England. With something for everyone the band  a lively mix of traditional Irish entertainment including traditional songs, jigs, reels and comedy.



  black velvet

Seamus Carey 

16.30 - main stage

is an exceptionally talented young musician. As a singer and accordion player, he has worked with the likes of Rogue and Kneehigh Theatre, Underdog and The Busketeers. He will be performing a set called My Granny’s  These songs are a heartfelt yet funny account of how a house can change, and if needs be; a precautionary life raft when dealing with Alzheimers and Dementia. Helping us to remember how lucky we all are to have a granny!


  Seamus Carey

Emily Howard

17.10 - main stage

Emily is a gifted young singer songwriter with a unique presence, bringing you soft hearted melodies with a hint of the blues, with an eclectic combination of original material, with some adapted covers.



  Emily Howard

The Ambassadors of Sorrow  

18.20 - main stage

live somewhere small, wild and strange in Cornwall.  Weaving the doo-wop, soul, folk and beat pop sounds of the '60s into a tapestry of melodic observations of the human condition, they believe in the inherent beauty of sad songs.  Second album 'There is No Ending', released June 2011, has already received much acclaim and radio play on BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 2. 


  The Ambassadors of Sorrow

Adam Parfitt 

19.30 - main stage

is a talented singer and guitarist playing a mixture of acoustic rock and modern covers. 





  Adam Parfitt

Lucy & Andy Hamer

20.30 - main stage

winners of the Lizard's Got Talent competition, the couple play their debut gig here at Henry's Little Big Gig. Playing a few laid back acousitc covers. (This lady has one amazing voice!! - a treasure not to be missed) 




  Lucy & Andy Hamer

The 3 Daft Monkeys

21.00 - main stage

A quirky folk trio (plus 1) are one of a number of acts smashing the stereotypes associated with ‘folk’ acts and cementing the genre firmly in the mainstream. Their recent album The Antiquated & The Arcane draws heavily from 3 Daft Monkeys experiences on the road and takes the listener on a rollercoaster journey via the frenetic, the serene and the surreal. They have a reputation as one of the best live acts on the circuit., touring the length and breadth of the UK.



  3 daft monkeys

Open Mic Session 

23.00 - 02.00 - Fire Pit


  open mic
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