Curtain Up

Every Wednesday from 1-4pm. Presented by Sheila V bringing you all the latest theatre gossip, reviews, previews and some fabulous live guests.  The show is dedicated to all aspects of Cornish Arts, from theatre to film, dance to books and everything in between. 


Wednesday 29th March -

Vice - Chair of St. Austell AOS, Craig Munday, along with Erin Waller, joins u this afternoon as this award winning local company prepare for opening night of this year's production  '9 to 5 the Musical', with music and lyrics by the legendary Dolly Parton.


Wednesday 5th April -
James Studhome is on the phone this afternoon. James is guitarist and lead vocalist with Police Dog Hogan who are at Princess Pavilion on April 27th, with their feel good, high energy fusion of country, folk, pop and blue grass.
With Restormel Arts' Festival of Fun looming, this afternoon is bringing you the full programme of events for the Easter weekend. With most of the entertainment absolutely free to enjoy, there really is something for everyone.

Wednesday 12 April-
The Festival of Fun opens tomorrow evening with a Grand Pub Quiz, we'll take a final look at the programme that includes Soul Legend Geno Washington, Comedy genius Kernow King, Jesus Christ Superstar,classic black and white films, jazz brunch, Aladdin, photographic exhibitions, song, dance, SWAMP Circus, Story Republicans, Big Beat Junk Band, flower displays, Easter bonnet competition, Pooch party in the park, Health and Wellbeing fayre and much, much more.
Joining us on the show is Jonathan Aberdeen who put together the terrific Film Frenzy of classic black and white comedy, plus the cream tea at St. Austell Arts Theatre.

Wednesday 19th April -
Students from Blantyre return with a reminder about their latest production. Tune in to find out what the new show is all about and how to buy tickets.

Wednesday 26th April -
Multi talented Jak Stringer returns to the studio as the popularity of her highly successful show Dylan Thomas In Cornwall continues.