Calstock Arts is a community arts centre located in a beautifully converted Chapel on the banks of the River Tamar.

We programme a wide range of events including folk, jazz, classical music, comedy, film, theatre, talks and exhibitions. We have a fully licensed bar and pre-event food is now available for some events.

In addition to our ticketed events we also have Gallery Bar Specials. These feature live music and other events from well-known and emerging performers in the south west.

The Old Chapel is an ideal venue for a variety of community events, exhibitions, conferences, weddings and private parties.

Latest News

After four successful years, the Calstock Jazz and Blues Festival is taking a break in 2016.

Calstock Arts will continue to programme high quality jazz from international, national and local performers. It launches a new Women in Jazz season in Autumn 2016. Sign up for the Regular Events Listing for details

Comedy Night with Lewis Schaffer - Free Until Famous


Friday 24 July:

Lewis Schaffer combines the comedy genes of Joan Rivers and Jackie Mason with the relevance of the freshest comedians. His free-wheeling style makes every show different and thrilling. Fasten your seat belts. The acclaimed New York comic comes to Calstock with his unique pay-what-you-want free show. Yes, admission is free – give only if you laugh.

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Gallery Bar Special with Just Friends


Friday 8 July:

A welcome return for Calstock’s own jazz trio, featuring Marianne on vocals, Ross on bass and Peter on piano. They will be presenting their own arrangements of laid back versions of your favourite jazz standards, with some new material.

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Dante Quartet presents A Beethoven Journey SOLD OUT


Wednesday 13 July:

SOLD OUT Traverse the entire range of Beethoven’s music in a single evening: from the exuberance of his early period through the heroic virtuosity of the middle years to his last quartet, written just before his death.

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Performance, Masterclass and Workshop for guitarists and drummers with Will McNicol and Luke Selby


Saturday 23 July:

Since their formation as a duo in 2013, multi award-winning acoustic guitarist Will McNicol and drummer Luke Selby have gained rave reviews for their live performances. As a tutor, Will has worked alongside some of the finest guitar educators in workshop environments, including the world-renowned acoustic guitarist Antonio Forcione.

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Will McNicol and Luke Selby


Saturday 23 July:

Both highly respected and in-demand instrumentalists in their respective fields, the combination of Will’s melodic fingerstyle playing on both steel and nylon string guitars, and Luke’s intricate rhythms on kit and percussion have made a lasting impression.

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Sunday Sessions – Celtic/Classical Singer & Harpist Siobhán Owen


Sunday 11 September:

Siobhan returns to the UK in Autumn 2016 as part of a European tour of her latest album Entwined, featuring original contemporary pieces entwined with traditional Celtic songs.

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Fascinating Aida’s Dillie Keane


Friday 16 September:

Dillie Keane takes a short break from her Fascinating Aïda gal pals to present her first solo show in 557 years. With brand new tunes, grand old favourites, gorgeous songs of love and hilarious songs of utter wickedness.

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Gallery Bar Special with Nick Wyke & Becki Driscoll, featuring James Budden


Friday 23 September:

Two of the West Country’s finest fiddle-players join forces in this fabulous duo with a stunning new take on English traditional music and song. Tonight they are joined by James Budden on double bass.

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Ivo Neame Quintet


Friday 30 September:

Well known as the pianist with Phronesis and with Norwegian saxophonist Marius Neset, Ivo’s most recent release Strata sees him reach new heights as a composer, leading his quintet in a set of exuberant and creative originals.

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An Evening with Murray Lachlan Young


Saturday 15 October:

An evening of satirical soliloquy, rock-n-roll reverie and devastating ditty as BBC6 music resident poet Murray Lachlan Young presents his stunning new live up-close and personal show.

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