Have a look at some of the events which have taken place at
Lambeage Hall over the last few years.

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We are proud to be a promoter of 'Carn to Cove', Cornwall's highly valued Rural Touring Initiative. The scheme enables us to bring high quality shows to our village hall, and in the past the community have been treated to:

  • Exceptional music from the classical voices of 'Carmen and Mimi' and 'Cana'; a solo performance from singer/storyteller, Jim Causley; the Hillbilly songs of 'Cahooty'; the People's String Foundation, and the fabulous 'Grace Notes' who rocked the hall.

  • Family shows from the zany 'Circus Berzercus' and 'The Silly Boys' with their hilarious take on The Elves and the Shoemaker.

  • Great drama from 'The Bash Street Theatre' and 'Scratchworks' with two highly polished shows; Bec Applebee remembering the Cornish playwright Nick Darke, and 'Carmen and Mimi' who combined drama and humour with their music.

As we develop the programme, we see the Hall growing as a well-respected venue in Coverack and beyond.

We are able to stage two Carn to Cove subsidised events each year and can book extra events, such as 'Hit and Miss' a very talented group of local young singers specialising in Cornish traditional songs.

The performers all enjoy coming to Coverack and appreciate the ambience and acoustics of the Hall, and playing to an enthusiastic audience.

See the Events page for details of our future shows. Tickets are available at local outlets and online on the Carn to Cove website, where you can also see events at other venues.

Rod Pierce


The village fete, packed with family entertainment, is held in August and has always been a hit with both locals and holiday makers.

It is held, weather permitting, on the green outside Lambeage Hall, known as the Battery. Past fetes have included craft stalls, games, side shows, cake stall, Pimms bar, homemade crepes and a BBQ, with the hall bar serving drinks.

There are races, mainly for the children, with traditional categories such as running, egg and spoon, and sack races, with a finale of a three-generation relay race encouraging grandparents, parents and their children to race together.

The afternoon's events can include local musicians, dancing and ju-jitsu displays, and there is always a 'fun' dog show.

The fun dog show brings people and their pooches from far and wide, and is also very popular with the locals. Not taken too seriously, the categories include Dog with the Waggiest Tail, Obedience (or not!), Dog Most Like its Owner, and the Agility section for both dog and owner is the hilarious finale.

The next Summer Fete is planned to take place on Sunday 30th August starting at 1pm.

Meg Reed

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With huge thanks to our very own Terry, and to Becca (aka Pat Pinch) of 'Scary Little Girls', who have run quizzes for us. These have raised some much needed funds for our ongoing works, and have given us some wonderful much appreciated entertainment!

For all our quizzes, just come along and we'll pop you in a team or bring your own team of up to 6 people.

The bar opens at 7pm and the quizzes begin at 7.30pm.

More quizzes are planned, and details will appear on the Events page.

Helen Macfarlane