Cornish Cultural Hub Tewynblustri – Event Archive

Cornish Cultural Hub Tewynblustri

Cornish Cultural Hub Tewynblustri

Some great events have taken place, organised and hosted by partners in the Cornish Cultural Hub Tewynblustri as part of the ongoing Hub project.

This page helps share some of those events.

Blystra Arts - Cornish Cultural Hub Tewynblustri

Blystra Arts is a Newquay based performance art company who put on and create unique arts’ events and performances that are interactive, fun and accessible, designed to engage the whole community. Performance and visual art are the main art forms of the organisation. Blystra Arts is a Community Interest Company, with the main aim of the organisation to cultivate a positive image of Newquay both within Newquay, across Cornwall and to the rest of the UK.

They create community performance pieces and artwork themselves and with groups, as well as promoting other professional arts’ events within their community. Their projects and activities offer Newquay audiences a unique and quirky experience, using the arts to engage and work with groups that are disaffected, disadvantaged or not exposed to much arts and culture activity. Blystra is a collective of artists and practitioners.

Celtic Lounge - Cornish Cultural Hub Tewynblustri

The Celtic Lounge also known as the Urban Kelt Coffee Shop is based in the Kowethas Ertach Kernow (Association for Cornish Heritage) gallery rooms at Newquay Museum. Here besides providing great coffee in a unique setting numerous events are hosted.

Music, spoken word, reading clubs and all manor of events including illustrated heritage talks provided by knowledgeable Cornish researchers, archaeologists, historians and those practicing a variety of Cornish culture.

Urban Kelt Coffee Shop - Where Strangers Become Friends
Spring Foraging Workshop
Popup Scottish Gaelic Class
Tou Ki, at the Celtic Lounge a unique musical experience in Newquay
A very unique act at The Celtic Lounge organised by Urban Kelt in Newquay from Paris. Tou Ki consists of Amadou Diagne from Senegal and French-American Cory Seznec.
A chance encounter between buskers in the streets of Bath, England more than a decade ago would lead to a new musical adventure in 2020. This encounter planted the seeds of a future collaboration in their minds and a 13-track album where the kora dances playfully with and around the banjo and the guitar, the calabash and other percussion add powerful, driving beats, and silky voices entrance the listener.
Tou Ki Poster
Sunday Vibes Sessions (April 2022)

Vedina Rose

The Celtic Lounge is pleased to be hosting Vedina Rose, who although not at all Celtic in her music allows the Cornish Cultural Hub – Tewynblustri to share music of a different genre. Cornish folk have travelled the world sharing our Celtic themed culture so, it is only right that occasionally we share other cultures here in Cornwall.

Vedina Rose is a London based Trip Hop Soul singer With a Bohemian Bantu Twist. Drawing on her rich multicultural heritage and unorthodox musicianship she creates Art that is passionate, original and drenched in meaning. Her expressive vocal stylings have earned her comparisons to Bjork, Kate Bush and Sade. 

Celtic Lounge Sunday Vibes Sessions

This is an ongoing event taking place most Sundays from late afternoon

Sunday Vibes Sessions held at The Celtic Lounge in Newquay - These live mic events held Sundays from late afternoon into the evening.

Bring an instrument, your voice or sit back and enjoy. An opportunity for those new to performing to try out their music, new songs and perhaps learn from others with more experience with a very supportive audience in a friendly comfortable setting.

Vedina Rose - Celtic Lounge (Tresorys Kernow)

Newquay Museum - Cornish Cultural Hub Tewynblustri

Newquay Museum is run by volunteers from Kowethas Kernow Goth Tewynblustri (Newquay Old Cornwall Society). We collect, preserve and share knowledge, artefacts, photographs documents and carryout research about the districts historical and cultural heritage. The Newquay Old Cornwall Society areas of special interest cover Newquay and the surrounding parishes of Colan, Crantock, Cubert, St Columb Minor, St Eval, St Mawgan and St Newlyn East.

Museum partner Kowethas Ertach Kernow (Association for Cornish Heritage) have a gallery room which also hosts a Celtic themed coffee shop. There is a Cornish research room with a wide range of books to help answer any research or general enquiries about Cornwall and its historic and cultural heritage.