Coming up at Stones Krowji...

Tuesday 20th September 6.30pm-8.30pm

Speakeasy with Writers' Block A showcase and sharing event for emerging writers.18+. Short stories, poetry, song and spoken word. Free



Friday 23rd September Doors open 7pm, performance starts 8pm

Stop Trying to be Fantastic From award winning writer/performer Molly Naylor a lyrical and funny spoken-word show about ambition, altruism and how to be medium good. Part of the INN Crowd project.

Tickets: £10 for a combined food and performance ticket. Kimchi hot dogs (vegan/veggie available!)


Monday 26th September 10am-1pm

Poetic Zines Workshop Explore the wonder of zines with book artist Vicki Aimers. Play with images, composition and abstration and join in with some simple creative writing exercises. Finsh by making a badge inspired by zines and the amazing words you've gathered!

Tickets: £25


Thursday 29th September Doors open 6.30pm for food and drinks, screening 7.30pm

Cornwall Climate Stories Part of The Great Big Green Week with C Fylm a series of four short documentaties highlighting the impacts of climate change already being felt across Cornwall.

Tickets: £0-£6 Available soon


Friday 30th September Doors Open 7pm, event starts 7.30pm

The Seven Rituals of Hesitance and Fortitude The Splenidid Sisters, Hesitance and Fortitude, bring their extraordinary performance installation to Stones Krowji. Immerse yourself in their performance, film and sound score. Ticket includes supper and the performance.

Tickets: £20


Thursday 6th October 10am-1pm

Scrap Books Fabric Workshop Join book artist Vicki Aimers fo a session of slow, mindful sewing to create your own unique fabric scrap book. Together we will explore compositon, stitch techniques and embellishment. Stamping just a few poetic words onto your creation starts to tell a story - making the book come alive in the hands of the reader!

Tickets: £25


Friday 14th October Doors open 7pm, performance starts 8pm

366 Days of Kindness by Bernadette Russell. The true story of one woman's mission to answer the question "can kindness change the world?" Part stand up, part story telling. You might laugh, you might cry. You might win one million pounds (really). Part of the Inn Crowd project.

Tickets: £10 for a combined food and performance ticket. Kimchi hot dogs (vegan/veggie available!)


Thursday 20th October

Help! I Think I'm a Nationalist From Seamas Carey (creator of The Reason Why Podcast) the controversial sell-out comedy show about identity, second homes, xenophobia and bagpipes.

Tickets: £7-£10