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Fri 1 Jun Art of Gwynngala Exhibition

10:00am - 9:00pm

Venue: Launceston Town Hall, PL15 7AR
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Exhibition of paintings, sculpture, jewellery and ceramics by local artists. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Richard Sharland: A Bigger Picture

10:00am - 5:00pm

Venue: Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun, PL15 7SJ
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Richard Sharland is a self-taught artist who opened the Terre Verte Gallery in 2014. This selection of his larger abstract paintings has been created over more than a decade, each exploring aspects of a personal journey through places, poems, songs and ideas. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun I am the Song: Exhibition of work by Bex Bourne

10:00am - 5:00pm

Venue: Launceston Southgate Arch, PL15 9DP
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Exhibition of original artwork by Bex Bourne from the Charles Causley centenary CD 'I am the Song'. Signed limited edition prints and postcards will be available for purchase. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Historic Town Walk with added Causley

10:30am - 12:00pm

Venue: Launceston Castle Gatehouse, PL15 7DR
Join Rob Tremain for a guided walk around Launceston, learn about the town's secret places and stories. Free with a suggested donation of £3. Please book through Launceston Tourist Information Centre. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Word Factory Short Story Club

10:30am - 12:30pm

Venue: Jericho's Kitchen, 4 Northgate Street, Launceston, PL15 8BD
Up to 30 participants will be sent in advance a gripping story to read and discuss with the Word Factory Director, Cathy Galvin and History Press editor, Emma Timpany. Donation of £3 suggested, booking essential via Launceston Tourist Information Centre. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Printmaking Worshop

2:00pm - 4:30pm

Venue: Gateway Centre, Madford Lane, PL15 9EG
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Swanskin artists Sue Coleman and Karen Howse will be running a taster printmaking workshop using a range of natural materials. £20 to include all materials Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Word Factory: Adam Marek Masterclass 'The Never-Ending Idea Machine'

2:00pm - 5:00pm

Venue: Jericho's Kitchen, 4 Northgate Street, Launceston, PL15 8BD
Part of Charles Causley Festival. In this 3 hour workshop you will explore practical ways of tapping your imagination and generating new ideas for creative writing. £20 to include submission to the Salon at 6:30pm. Booking essential. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Tregadillet Songbrids

2:30pm - 3:15pm

Venue: St Mary Magdalene Church, Launceston, PL15 8AU
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Tregadillet Songbirds is a Cornish Choir, formed in 2011. The choir repertoire varies from sacred to popular tunes and songs from the shows. Free with a retiring collection in aid of 'Against Breast Cancer'. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun 'And why have you brought me children's toys?' Reading and Reflections on Charles Causley

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Venue: Cyprus Well, No. 2 Ridgegrove Hill, Launceston, PL15 8BT
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Matt Bryden will reflect on Charles Causley's sense of place and appeal to children, as well as reading from his own work. £5 to include tea and biscuits and the opportunity to visit Charles Causley's home. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Word Factory Salon: The Cornish Renaissance

6:30pm - 8:00pm

Venue: Jericho's Kitchen, 4 Northgate Street, Launceston, PL15 8BD
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Readings from Adam Marek and Tom Vowler. Discussion on the short story in Cornwall from publishers Luke Thompson and Emma Timpany. £5 or free to workshop participants. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun FLIC Film Night: My Cousin Rachel (12A) and I am the Song

7:00pm - 10:00pm

Venue: Launceston Town Hall, PL15 7AR
My Cousin Rachel, adapted from the novel by Daphne Du Maurier and starring Rachel Weisz and Sam Clafin, written and directed by Roger Michell. Also a short film by Access Theatre showing extracts from 'I am the Song'. Part of the Charles Causley Festival. £5 entry, £4 for FLIC members. FLIC
  info@flic-launceston.co.uk    www.flic-launceston.co.uk
Fri 1 Jun Luke Daniels - Polyphon

8:00pm - 10:00pm

Venue: No 8 Bistro, Westgate Street, Launceston, PL15 7AB
Part of the Charles Causley Festival. Classic contemporary folk music in a café setting. £12. Bar. Charles Causley Festival
  ccf.organiser@gmail.com    www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk
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