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Folk round St Ives

Big Al Whittle 06 Jun 06 - 05:03 PM
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Subject: Folk round St Ives
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 06 Jun 06 - 05:03 PM

In Cornwall round St Ives all next week

Any folk stuff, clubs, singers clubs, concerts etc?


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: julian morbihan
Date: 07 Jun 06 - 05:16 AM

Just been hit by a great big wave of nostalgia.

Your thread just made me think of the visits I made back in the late 60s/early 70s to the Count House folk club at Bottalk, St Just. The late great Brenda Wootton's local club. Wonderful times, fantastic atmosphere and the sound of the waves hitting the rocks way below.

Also the place I first heard Alex Atterson, another late and great. His rendition of a William McGonagle poem had my wife in tears of laughter.

So, weelittledrummer, thanks for the memories and making me feel quite old...

I hope you find some good music and have a great time down there.

Cheers

Julian


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 07 Jun 06 - 05:47 AM

My sister and her daughter live in St Just. As we take care my wife's mother, its quite difficult for us to get away - but as I have a neice I haven't yet seen - its more of a family occasion than a holiday.

St Ives is a place with many resonances for me also.

My literary hero, Christopher Isherwood spent some time there and his acounts of St Ives were my favourite reading as a teenager.

As a kid I visited the place so every merry junk shop, artists studio, wharf, surf board hire, corner nook and cranny is heavily populated with ghosts.

In the 1970's I knew the folkscene there. my favourite singer/songwriter of all time , Roger Brooks lived there. I knew him from the time he turned up wearing do a gig with St Ives poet Bob Devreux at our folk club in the midlands. i sing two of roger's songs, and one is on my album. Also Al;so Clive palmer of the Incredible string band used to be around the town at that time.

One time I saw Roger share the bill with bert Jansch at Penzance Arts centere.

I used to love the little theatre the amdrams in St Ives used - there was a curtain which they closed and outside the window was the sea.

As you say Brenda and John the Fish were a presence round about that time - they had the Piper hotel in Penzance when I was around.

From the deafening silence, I imagine I will spend my time strumming my guitar to myself. and fighting off memories, regrets, nostalgia, etc

thanks for replying to the thread

big al whittle


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 07 Jun 06 - 06:04 AM

should read

My sister and her daughter live in St Just. As we take care my wife's mother, its quite difficult for us to get away - but as I have a neice I haven't yet seen - its more of a family occasion than a holiday.

St Ives is a place with many resonances for me also.

My literary hero, Christopher Isherwood spent some time there and his acounts of St Ives were my favourite reading as a teenager.

As a kid I visited the place so every merry junk shop, artists studio, wharf, surf board hire, corner nook and cranny is heavily populated with ghosts.

In the 1970's I knew the folkscene there. my favourite singer/songwriter of all time , Roger Brooks lived there. I knew him from the time he turned up wearing a top hat to do a gig with St Ives poet Bob Devreux at our folk club in the midlands. i sing two of roger's songs, and one is on my album. Also Also Clive palmer of the Incredible string band used to be around the town at that time.

One time I saw Roger share the bill with bert Jansch at Penzance Arts centere.

I used to love the little theatre the amdrams in St Ives used - there was a curtain which they closed and outside the window was the sea.

As you say Brenda and John the Fish were a presence round about that time - they had the Piper hotel in Penzance when I was around.

From the deafening silence, I imagine I will spend my time strumming my guitar to myself. and fighting off memories, regrets, nostalgia, etc

thanks for replying to the thread

big al whittle


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: The Shambles
Date: 07 Jun 06 - 08:00 AM

http://www.folknewskernow.co.uk/


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: The Shambles
Date: 07 Jun 06 - 08:03 AM

SONG CLUBS
Clubs are open to all; dates not mentioned are unconfirmed or come-all-ye evenings (those when floor singers are specially welcome).

BODMIN The Garland Ox, Fridays 8.15, Vic Legg 01208 75261, Apr 14 Maddie Southorn & Janet Martin, 28 Andy Clarke, May 12 Alistair Brown & Mike Rowbotham, 26 Mike Silver. All other Fridays Open House.
WOTTER The Moorland Hotel, Sundays 8pm, Anton Horwich 01822 853620, Apr 9 John Conolly, 23 Vic Legg, May 7 Andy Clarke, 21 Guest TBA. All other Sundays Singers Nights.
HELSTON Wheal Dream, Wendron, Sugglers Folk. Suns 8.15. Niall Timmins 01736 850630.
BOSCASTLE Wellington Hotel, Mondays & Wednesdays 9.00 Sessions. 01840 250202.
TINTAGEL Trewarmett Inn Weds & Sats 9pm Traditional folkmusic. Richard & Sherry 01840 770460.
THE LIZARD Top House Mondays 8.30 Music & Song Sessions John Heath 01326 240182.
ST JUST The Star Inn 01736 788767, Music Sessions Mondays 9pm.
CADGWITH Cove Inn 01326 290513, Tuesdays 9pm, All-corners music & song sessions.
TYWARDREATH New Inn, 1st & 3rd Thurs, 9pm, Songs & Music Sessions, 01726 815411.
PENZANCE Pirate Inn Alverton, Tuesdays, 8.30, Music some songs. Bernard Evans 01736 366284.
STITHIANS Menherion Golden Lion Sings Apr 22, May 20. Roger Bryant 01209 214241.
LOSTWITHIEL Earl of Chatham 01208 872269, 8.30 alt Weds, Apr 12 etc. Come-all-ye. DANCE CLUBS
Clubs are open to all; guidance is provided so evenings can be enjoyed by beginner or expert alike.


CAMELFORD Ambulance Hall, Thursdays 7.30, Playford, Barbara Perry 01840 212655.
CARBIS BAY Memorial Hall, 2nd & 4th Mondays 7.30. Beryl Mayne 01736 710457.
EGLOSHAYLE Village Hall, 8pm last Thurs. Angela Jory 01208 812912.
FALMOUTH Waterfront Bar, Mondays 9pm Harbourdance: David Bacon and Splouf! 01326 314573.
ILLOGAN Harris Mill Hall, 1st, 3rd & 5th Thursdays 7.30, Christine James 01872 520368.
LANHYDROCK Mem Hall, 1st, 3rd 5th Sundays 2-4. Cornish with Tan Ha Dowr 01208 831642.
LAUNCESTON Ambulance Hall, Tuesdays 8.00. Ron Bright 01579 362423.
MYLOR BRIDGE Old Statter Hall 1st & 3rd Weds 2.15. John Searle 01872 862360.
PENSILVA Mill'm Cen 8, alt. Thurs, Apr 13 etc. Ray Buckingham 01579 382402.
PERRANPORTH Memorial Hall, last Thurs 8pm, Social Evening/Cornish with Bolingey Troyl Band.
ST EVAL Village Hall, Wednesdays 2.30, Playford. David Martin 01637 860208.
ST TUDY Village Hall, alt Mons 2.30. Jenny Muir 01208 850293.
TRURO Playing Place Community Centre, Wednesdays 7.45. Shelagh Lynham 01872 271322.
TRURO Carrick Sports Hall, Weds 7.45 American Square Dance Joy Carne 01209 719822.
WITHIEL Village Hall, 3rd Tuesdays 8.00. Beryl Jukes/Pauline Childs 01208 831020.

TRIGG MORRIS MEN Roger Hancock 01208 73907.
CARN BREA MORRIS welcomes gents/ladies. Meet Mondays. Peter Hurrell 01326 376071.
BLUE ANCHOR MORRIS, Helston, meet here Weds 8. Pete Reynolds 01326 573706
HELSTON TATTERS, mixed border. Meet Wednesdays. Eileen Ludgate 01736 786360.
WRECKERS BORDER MORRIS, meet Thurs. Susie Weeks 01579 383554. Sue@ukkiss.net
CARNKIE CLOGGERS Carol Allen 01209 820939.
ROS KELTEK Cornish/Celtic Dance & Music Group, meet Fris. Carnon Downs. Rob Hogg 01209315363. roskeltek@aol.com
SAFFRON MAIDS Ladies NW Morris. Coffee Corner, Wadebridge 7.30 Wedns. Janet Ridley 01637 880394.
ASTEVERYN Cornish Dancers and Band, Mike Hartland 01503 250241, enquiries@asteveryn.org
BOLINGEY TROYL Band & Dancers see Perranporth above. Graham Cullingford 01872 510536.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 08 Jun 06 - 12:05 AM

thanks


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: breezy
Date: 08 Jun 06 - 12:58 PM

I believe Bodmin is the only proper 'club' in Cornwall

Its a very welcoming club and has some grate, sorry great residents headed by Vic Legg who is superb.

pete marlow, Steve wahtisname and many too numerous to mention

Ridley

some floor singers come from Saltash which is miles away!

30 present last friday when Dan Mckinnon popped in from Nova Scotia, boy waht a singer of songs

he's in St Albans at the Windward club in the Comfort Hotel on Holywell HIll on Sunday 11th June, do come if you are in the area, plus George papavgeris and Chris Flegg

doors open 7.30

6th July Wadebridge, the Swan, a one off


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 08 Jun 06 - 02:02 PM

Interesting Breezy!

Perhaps we should send a cultural attache to the GrandDutchy. Is Prince Charles aware of the paucity of folksinging establishments on his demesne?


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Cats at Work
Date: 09 Jun 06 - 10:18 AM

We don't need a cultural attache to the Duchy.. we have Kulture wiv a capitool K... Although there are very few 'Folk Clubs' as such, there are numerous sessions all over the Duchy on different nights and loads of impromptu sessions, so when anyone asks for a folk club it looks as if we don't have any. It isn't that we have a 'paucity of folk singing establishments', we just don't call them folk clubs. Down here we are used to travelling miles to get to anything [I drive 30 miles to work each day and 30 back] but we tend not to say 'how far away is'.. but 'how long does it take to get to'... We think nothing of driving over an hour to get to a session / club, as it is the rural nature of the county. It comes with living in the most stunning area of the UK.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Cats at Work
Date: 09 Jun 06 - 10:19 AM

PS. sorry forgot to say, I presume you mean the St Ives at the far west of the Duchy? There are at least 5 spread from the Tamar to Lands End.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: breezy
Date: 09 Jun 06 - 01:17 PM

Ryan and Harris at Bodmin tonight, Wotter Sunday

get along and support your Folk Club

A sing session is O K, so when I hold one at the ringers will you come?


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Cats
Date: 09 Jun 06 - 01:42 PM

It's only an hour and a half from home to the Ringers so, as long as I haven't got to get up at 6am the next morning to go to work... count us in.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: GUEST
Date: 10 Jun 06 - 04:00 AM

Hi again Breezy and Cats,
Please tell me where "Ringers" is. What is it? Song? Tune? all welcome?
I have a couple of pals staying with me for the next week and we will be at Wotter. It promises to be a great night .
Bluegrass including John Dowling at Carnglaze tonight with me twiddling the knobs as usual!


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Cats
Date: 10 Jun 06 - 01:35 PM

'The Ringers' is the Ring of Bells at St Issey, near Padstow. It looks as if Breezy is going to organise a session there. If you are local you will understand how sessions spring up down here. How far are you from Carnglaze? I'm upon the moors a few miles over from it.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: breezy
Date: 11 Jun 06 - 11:58 AM

They will be late night affairs at the ringers

10.30 onwards

30th July is a strong possibility

stay tuned


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Marion in Cornwall
Date: 11 Jun 06 - 05:42 PM

Just to put the record straight, Bodmin isn't the only 'proper' club in Cornwall.

Smugglers' Folk (formerly St Ives Folk Club) started about 5 years ago and although it has had to move it's base a few times is now held at the Wheal Dream in Helston every Sunday at 8.15pm. There are some great resident singers and instrumentalists and a warm welcome is given to everyone who turns up, whether it be to sit and listen or to those who want to take a more active part in the evening.

Hope to see you there sometime,
Regards
Marion

Wheal Dream Folk


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Bev and Jerry
Date: 11 Jun 06 - 07:23 PM

Marion's right. We popped in there about four years ago and were warmly welcomed. We had a great time.

Bev and Jerry


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Kenneth Ingham
Date: 12 Jun 06 - 05:12 AM

I went to a folk club in St Ives back in 1973ish cant remember what the pub was called but they had a young bloke called Steve Tilston playing as guest!


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: The Borchester Echo
Date: 12 Jun 06 - 05:34 AM

What's a 'proper folk club anyway? Improper ones sound a lot more interesting. Around about 1973 The Lifeboat on the St Ives harbourfront used to have booked guests and this continued on and off for many years. Last time I was there, about three years ago but in winter, there were sessions at the Great Western and a summer one was due to reopen in Carbis Bay (can't remember where exactly but probably Scotty's) after Easter. In summer in the late 1960s we used to play on Porthmeor beach in the afternoons, or sometimes high up in the hills between St Ives and Penzance. I wonder if this still happens? Somehow I doubt it.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: GUEST,Bo
Date: 14 Jun 06 - 02:52 AM

Sorry Cats, it seems I had lost my identity for a while and I didn't notice. It's an age thing I suppose.
I will have to re-activate my thingy.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Paul Burke
Date: 14 Jun 06 - 04:02 AM

Having to reactivate your thingy is an age thing too. I believe they sell stuff called Vinegar or something to help.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: The Shambles
Date: 14 Jun 06 - 11:31 AM

A pint of Doom Bar, a saffron cake and a pasty will do the trick.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Cats
Date: 14 Jun 06 - 12:28 PM

I'm making no comment about Bo's thingy!!!!!


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: breezy
Date: 14 Jun 06 - 05:02 PM

Do St Ives book guests?

Bodmin do so fortnightly

if so whose appearing in the coming weeks please?

Any names to residents?

I know that certain 'names' are around but the last I heard they dont often if ever appear to support local clubs


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Kenneth Ingham
Date: 15 Jun 06 - 09:57 AM

Does anybody remember that gig with Steve Tilston? It was 1971-73ish


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: Marion in Cornwall
Date: 20 Jun 06 - 03:29 PM

Breezy,

Wheal Dream Folk club (aka St Ives) does book guests, not so many as Bodmin, but we are out in the sticks down here in this part of Cornwall (about an hour and fifteen minutes further S.W than Bodmin). Sara Grey & Kieron Means were there last month and Tony Truscott last Sunday. As far as I know Feague are booked for the 25th June - they are Niall Timmins, Alistair Brown & Hudson Swan (ex Tannahill Weaver). Following that the next guest night isn't until the 13th August when Roland Chadwick is booked.

I'm not sure who you meant by certain 'names' but Niall & Cath Timmins are running the club and among the regulars are Di Franklin, Roger Bryant, Bob Birt (from Rum & Shrub), Alistair Brown (when he's not gigging in Canada), Jon & Jill Ryan, Rose & Martin Roberts, Ray Chub, Hudson Swan, & Roger Strange (an excellent blues singer) and so on and so on.

Perhaps you'll make it this far south-west sometime.

Regards

Marion


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: GUEST
Date: 15 Nov 12 - 09:18 AM

Yes I used to put Steve on see below
Martin Val Baker

STIVES GUILDHALL
16.August 21st:                        
THE TEMPLE CREATURES,
Kris Gayle & The Jazz Roots,
Mike Silver, Chrissy Quayle,
Bob Devereux, High Speed
Gas.
17. September10th:
THE TEMPLE CREATURES,
Kris Gayle & The   Jazz
Roots, Mike Silver, Chrissy
Quayle, Bob Devereux, High
Speed Gas.
1971
STIVES GUILDHALL
18. June 4th:
CLIVES ORIGINALBAND,
Ron Smith Quartet,   Bocvum,
Iris Gittens.
19. June 11th:
GORDON GILTRAP, High
Speed Gas, Jonathan Baker,
Roger Brooks.

20. June18th:
MIKE SILVER, and Friends

21. August 13th.                     
STEVE TILSTON, Roger
Brooks, Bob Devereux, Jim
Hughes.

22. August 20th:
MIKE SILVER, Mike Beeson,
Don Fowler,    Phil Donne.

1972
Mr PEGGOTYS STIVES
23.June 28th:
Roger Brooks, Alan
Greenhall, Denys Stephens.
24.July 5th:
Iris Gittens, Phil Donne,
Denys Stephens.
25.July 12th:
Nicki Tester, Alan Greenhall,
Phil Donne Denys, Stephens,
Karen Evans.
26. July 19th:
ROGER BROOKS, Alan
Greenhall, Phil Donne, Denys
Stephens.
27. July 26th:
SWEETWILLIAM, Phil
Donne, Alan Greenhall.
28. August 2nd:
MASK, Phil Donne, Alan
Greenhall, Denys Stephens.
29. August 9th:
MIKE SILVER, Phil Donne,
Alan Greenhall, Bob
Devereux,.
30. August 16th:
HALCYON, Denys Stephens,
Vicky.
31. August23rd:
ROGER BROOKS, Chrissy
Quayle, Phil Donne.
32. August 30th:
DAVE EVANS, Denys
Stephens, Alan Greenall.
33. September 6th:
Alan Greenall, Phil Donne,
Denys Stephens, Bob
Devereux, Roger Brooks.
34. September 13th:
MIKE SILVER, Denys
Stephens, Alan Greenhall.
M. C. at all Barry.
__________________
PENWITH GALLERY
35. December19th:
MASK, Mick McCreadie,
Phil Donne,
Alan Greenhall.
________________________
1973
MR PEGGOTTYS STIVES
36. April 24th:
STEVE TILSTON, + support.
37. May 27th:
ALCHEMY, Roger Brooks,
Chrissy Quayle, Phil Donne,
Don & Alan.
38. June 3rd:
MICK McCREADIE, Chrissy
Quayle, Phil Donne.
39. June 10th:
3.C.K. Alchemy, Don,
Stephen, Geoff.
40. June 17th:
CHRISSYQUAYLE, Phil
Donne, Don & Alan.
________________________
TYACKS CAMBORNE
41. June 11th:
ALCHEMY, Chrissy
Quayle, Don Fowler.
42. June 18th:                  
MICK McCREADIE,
Alchemy, Alan Greenall,
Barry.
________________________
43. June24th:
ALJONES, Alchemy, Phil
Donne.
44. July 1st:                           
KEITH HILLS, Alchemy, Don
& Alan,
Chrissy Quayle.
45. July 8th:
STEVE TILSTON, Alchemy,
Phil Donne.
46. July 15th.                           
FRIEDMANNN, Chrissy
Quayle, Don Fowler.
47. July 22nd:                        
WIZZ JONES, Alchemy, Phil
Donne, Bob Devereux.
48. July 29th:
Don Fowler, Chrissy Quayle,
Phil Donne, Alchemy.
49. August 5th:
MASK, Phil Donne, Alchemy.
________________________   
STIVES GUILDHALL
50. August 10th:
LAZYFARMER, Mask,
Mike Silver,
Chrissy Quayle.      
51. August 12th:
MIKE SILVER, Don Fowler,
Chrissy Quayle, Bob
Devereux.
52. August 19th :
THE CELEBRATED
RATLIFFE STOUTBAND,
Phil Donne, Denys Stephens.
53. August 26th:
JOHN BIDWELL, Chrissy
Quayle, Don Fowler.
54. September 2nd:
STEVE TILSTON, Alchemy,
Phil Donne.
55. September 9th:
CHRISSYQUAYLE, Phil,
Denys, Sue, Bob, Demelza,
Graham.
________________________
PENWITH GALLERY
56. November 30th:
MASK.
______________________
1974
STIVES GUILDHALL
57. May 25th:
SCARLETRUNNER,
Mastermind,
Keith Hills, Ice Breaker.
58. July 18th:
SCARLETRUNNER,
Mastermind, Nigel Mazlyn
Jones, Chrissy Quayle, Jacob
Bush.
________________________
59. December 19th:
PENWITH GALLERY:
SCARLETRUNNER,
Mastermind,
Bob Devereux.
_______________________
1975
STIVES GUILDHALL:
60. May 20th:
CROOKS & NANNIES,
Mastermind.
_______________________
MR PEGGOTTYS STIVES:
61. June 1st:
Don & Alan, Chrissie, Ufi,
Jake Bush.
62.June 8th:
THE FAREWELLBAND,
Denys Stephens, Chrissy
Quayle.
63. June 15th:
KEITH HILLS, Adrian O Reilly,
Chrissy Quayle, Denys
Stephens.


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Subject: RE: Folk round St Ives
From: breezy
Date: 15 Nov 12 - 12:11 PM

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