Endelienta
Fostering The Arts & Spirituality In North Cornwall

What's On



Faith in Fiction
Saturday 6th February, 10am-3pm, St Endellion Church

Rowan WilliamsA study day led by Dr Rowan Williams former Archbishop of Canterbury.
Leading theologian, writer, scholar and teacher Dr Rowan Williams will lead a study day on 'Faith in fiction: some modern British and American writers.'
Rowan Williams has written extensively across a wide range related fields of professional study on philosophy, theology, spirituality and on moral and social topics as well as contemporary cultural and interfaith issues. He is also a poet. He is Master of Magdalene College Cambridge and a Prebendary of St Endellion.
The day starts with registration and coffee 10.00 -10.30 in St Endellion Hall Cost £10 for the day, drinks provided, bring a picnic lunch.
Numbers attending are already high. To be sure of a place, please book in advance by contacting Judith Pollinger by phone on 01208 880181 or email rev.judith@btinternet.com.


Go! Next
Saturday 13 February, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Go NextHailing from across the UK, the Go Next crew came together at Falmouth University and play a newly created genre which they call Luxury Jazz. This talented young band of jazz musicians comprising drums, bass, guitar, piano, and tenor saxophone take on the ideologies of Jazz and turn it on its head, delivering an experience unlike anything you will have heard before.
Tickets £10, free for accompanied under 16s.
For ticket reservations simply click on the Add to Cart button to pay by either card or a PayPal account. Or, to pay by cash or cheque, you can e mail tickets@endelienta.org.uk, telephone 07787 944935.

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The Endelienta Poetry Group
10.00-12.00 Stone Barn, St Endellion, PL29 3TP

This group meets to write together and bring work for constructive but critical comment. It mets on the second Saturday of each month. The next meeting is on Saturday 13th February 2016.
Cost: £7 full/£5 concessions payable on the day.


Reflections in the Mirror - A recital for Piano and Cello
Friday 4 March, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

Barbara DegenerSteve HawkerA recital at St Endellion to celebrate the new concert grand piano generously donated to the church by the Friends of St Endellion. Distinguished Cornwall-based musicians Barbara Degener, cello, and Stephen Hawker, piano, will present a programme based around Arvo Pärt's "Spiegel im Spiegel" (mirror in the mirror), also including Beethoven and Bach sonatas and music of the 20th century.
Tickets £10, free for accompanied under-16s. For ticket reservations, simply click on the Add to Cart button to pay by either card or a PayPal account. Or, to pay by cash or cheque, you can e-mail tickets@endelienta.org.uk, telephone 07787 944935 or call in at the Wadebridge Bookshop.

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Journeying with the Celtic Saints
Saturday 19 March, 10am-3pm, St Endellion Church

Ancient CrossA reflective day Led by Revd Angela Butler.
The Celtic Saints have a reputation for living simply and travelling with a willingness to serve. Do the legends about their journeys and deeds offer an example relevant for our lives today?
Cost £10 payable on the day, drinks provided, bring a picnic lunch.
Registration and coffee 10.00 -10.30 in St Endellion Hall.
It helps to know numbers in advance, so if you're definitely coming please email rev.judith@btinternet.com.














St Endellion Easter Music Festival
From 26 March to 3 April, St Endellion and St Kew Churches

A feast of nine concerts, to include Bach's B Minor Mass and world-renowned tenor Mark Padmore singing Schubert's Winterreise. For full details go to the festival website by CLICKING HERE.


Pine Feroda, Five in One:
An exhibition of large colour wood cuts of the North Devon coast
19-20 March, 26 March - 3 April, St Endellion Hall

SEA ROCKSThis exhibition brings together a series of stunning works by five artists working closely together on large scale original prints. Merlyn Chesterman, Julia Manning, Rod Nelson, Ian Phillips and Judith Westcott capture light and movement of this impressive sea-landscape with great imagination and skill.
Entrance is free. Details of the times of opening will follow.






One Sacred World
Saturday 16 April, 10am-3pm, St Endellion Church

ST FRANCIS AND BIRDSA reflective day led by Peter Bonsey. Francis of Assisi's understanding of creation was far in advance of the most current thinking about the environment. How can we adopt much of his intuition to our world today?
Cost £10 payable on the day, drinks provided, bring a picnic lunch.
Registration and coffee 10.00 -10.30 in St Endellion Hall.
It helps to know numbers in advance, so if you're definitely coming please email rev.judith@btinternet.com.

















From Brahms to the Beatles - The Joyful Company of Singers
Saturday 30 April, 7.30pm, St Endellion Church

JCSA very welcome return of this prestigious chamber choir to give a concert in two parts, beginning with Brahms and continuing through Hungary, Scandinavia and the Baltic states with arrangements of folk and popular songs by Alfvén, Farkas, Grieg, Kodály, Sibelius finishing with Lennon & McCartney.
Further details and booking information for this concert will be available later.
For more information about the Joyful Company of Singers please click here to visit their website.


Madrigals Workshop with Helen Porter
Saturday and Sunday 21 and 22 May, St Endellion & Port Isaac

Helen Porter conductingThis very popular May madrigals and part-songs weekend, run by singer and musical director Helen Porter (see www.helenportermusic.co.uk) comes to St. Endellion for the first time. During the weekend we will sing a diverse range of madrigals and part songs in harmony ranging from the 1600s to the present day. The weekend attracts singers from all over Cornwall, many of whom belong to other choirs, and the standard is high. Practice recordings and scores are available for those who don't read music and would like to do some preparatory work in advance of the weekend. The workshop will take place at St Endellion and/or Port Isaac (details tbc) and will end with a public performance at St Endellion Church on Sunday afternoon.
Participation will cost £50 per person. To book a place contact Ian Sandbrook on ian.sandbrook@btinternet.com or by phone 01840 214613 before 6th May.


Meanwhile, if you represent an arts organisation that would like to put on a performance, mount an exhibition or run a course with us you can send us an e-mail by clicking here.