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 6th February -
Cornish film Director Mark Jenkin is on the phone to share the exciting news that his latest film 'BAIT' premieres at the Berlin International Film Festival this weekend. The film stars much loved local actors including Ed Rowe (aka Kernow King), Mary Woodvine, Giles King and Tristan Sturrock and tells the story of a Cornish fisherman and his community.
The panto's continue and this afternoon we welcome Olie Allen as he shares all the goss from Trewoon Panto's Old Mother Hubbard.
Wednesday 13th February -
Sorry folks, no Curtain Up today, but next week we'll report back from Emma Rice's highly acclaimed new show Wise Children.
Wednesday 20th February -
Carn to Cove recently launched their exciting Spring programme, Director Tim Smithies is on the phone chatting about some of the shows that will be touring our rural venues in the coming months.
M.D. of Into Bodmin, Fin Irwin, joins us for the first time this afternoon. The organisation is responsible for a raft of superb events in Bodmin, including bringing the Old Library back to life with a wide variety of events and exhibitions.
Wednesday 27th February -
Fresh from Roche Panto's Beauty and the Beast, Shane Gregory returns to the studio for an update on the Clays Panto Awards. Three years since Shane and a couple of like minded Panto people resurrected the awards, the numbers of Panto entries has grown and the popularity of the awards night is testament to the superb community spirit that brings everyone together to celebrate the hard work and sheer joy that is involved in panto.
Ed Rowe (aka Kernow King) makes a long overdue return visit to the studio; since we last spoke to Ed he has had overwhelming success with a range of productions from the small but perfectly formed Cornish Caretakers to the epic Hireth, he has also starred in Mark Jenkin's 'BAIT' and managed to fit in panto in Wales. This year is already busy for Ed and we look forward to hearing Ed's plans for 2019.