May
26
Jun 3

EXHIBITION: ‘Transition’ by Jonathan S Hooper

Jonathan S Hooper  2015, Mouls Island no 2 120cm x 150cm oil on canvas

Join us for the opening of Jonathan S Hooper’s exhibition of paintings inspired by Pentire Head - RSVP susan@haystudio.co.uk

Private View: Friday 26 May 6pm - 9pm
Public opening: Saturday 27 May 11am
Exhibition continues: 27 May – 3 June 2017
Opening hours: 11am – 3pm daily

Hooper is a Cornish painter, not only in origin and subject matter but also in the tradition deeply rooted in the St Ives group of artists from the immediate post-war period. At the vanguard of this movement were Patrick Heron, Terry Frost and Peter Lanyon.

Hooper cites Lanyon as particularly important to his development as a painter. Not only was he a friend and gliding companion of Jonathan’s father, but significantly he was a native Cornishman, unique amongst his St Ives contemporaries, with a particular and, unarguably, potent sense of place. Where Lanyon was often drawn towards historical events and mythology as metaphorical and allegorical devices for describing his relationship with his origins, Hooper is more concerned with the mechanics that create his landscape and that contribute both directly and more obliquely to his experience of that landscape. Hooper’s paintings convey the idea that landscape is something to be in, to be experienced, rather than simply to be looked at.

Memory is key to Hooper’s work; these are paintings generated from a distance. They are interested in ideas of exile and, as such, have a fugitive and, at times, romanticised relationship with actuality. In this sense the layering of paint becomes a metaphor for the laying down of memories. Also like Lanyon, Hooper uses the device of multiple views. Unlike Lanyon however, his variable is not space but time. Where Lanyon moved through his world and took snapshots of different views which he later superimposed or subverted, Hooper stands quite still and lets his world move around and in front of him.

Hooper’s source material is a small section of the North Cornwall Coast, from Port Isaac in the east to Pentire Head in the west. Each painting’s eventual outcome is then a response to a memory or sense of this place. It is evident that Hooper is beguiled by the potential of paint.

From "Silence and Storm: Life at the Edge": Zorn Wilkes [New York 2013]

Image: Jonathan S Hooper
2015, Mouls Island no 2
120cm x 150cm oil on canvas


May
12
7:30 pm19:30

FILM SCREENING: Tabu

Friday 12 May, 7.30 - 9.30pm
Tabu, 2012 | Dir.
Miguel Gomes | 1h 58min  
   

The latest feature from Portuguese auteur Miguel Gomes might look like a forbidding cinemathèque-type item. Actually, it's a gem: gentle, eccentric, possessed of a distinctive sort of innocence – and also charming and funny.
There is plenty of deadpan wit and fun, and Gomes has a love of musical interludes, bringing on a guitar band and just letting them play.
 
There are two parts, or three if you count the enigmatic prologue introducing us to a certain mysterious crocodile, which may or may not turn out to be the emblem or reincarnation of anguished love. In modern-day Lisbon, a devout middle-aged Catholic woman Pilar (Teresa Madruga) is concerned about her elderly neighbour, the fantastically cantankerous and imperious Aurora – Laura Soveral gives a tremendous performance. She has to be driven home from the casino because she has blown every cent she has on slot machines. It is an addiction which she has inherited from her father, and Gomes shows us that, for all her confusion, the addiction has given her a lively, shrewd sense of life itself being a gamble. In the film's next section, we flashback to Aurora's youth as a beautiful young woman living a kind of White Mischief existence in 70s Portuguese Mozambique and falling in love with handsome adventurer Ventura (Carloto Cotta).
 
All of the film is in black and white, but this shift into the past is accompanied with a new aged-up graininess, a quasi-silent movie. There is no dialogue, but rather a narrative voiceover from the older Ventura (Henrique Espírito Santo). As for the cinephile references, FW Murnau's 1931 film of the same name is one, and Gomes may even be hinting playfully at Sydney Pollack's Out of Africa. Cinephilia gives the film its flavour, but the simple, forthright human drama is what's important.

Review from The Guardian

Suggested donation £5 on the door
Cash bar & snacks available

Apr
28
7:30 pm19:30

LIVE MUSIC & PERFORMANCE: Seamas Carey

Seamas Carey Meets His 4 Year Old Self - Cornwall mini-tour - Hay Studio

Seamas Carey presents a strange evening of heartwarming and ridiculous songs; plus a dancing choir, time travel, nostalgia probing, rave music and tap dancing. 

One day Seamas Carey found an old cassette tape in the back of his car, on which he discovered recordings of himself as a 4 year old boy, telling stories and singing his heart out. He knew then that he had to do something with these artefacts of posterity and drag them into the present day. The end result is 60 minutes of remixed and recomposed songs, arranged for a choir whilst Seamas plays piano, talks about growing up and occasionally dances. 

Suitable for anyone who is a child, or has been a child.
"It’s hilarious and moving at the same time. i.e. good theatre.” - (Bill Mitchell, Wildworks)

Directed by Agnieszka Blonska
Choir led by Vicky Abbott
Supported by FEAST

Early booking is recommended: £8

Apr
8
Apr 16

EXHIBITION: River-ness by Janet Shearer

Janet Shearer, River 2, 2017

Janet Shearer, River 2, 2017

Now showing: River-ness by Janet Shearer

Exhibition continues: 10 - 16 April 2017, 10am - 4pm daily

We are thrilled that Janet is showing new work at HAY STUDIO! These new paintings have been created on the banks of the River Camel just below us, and, dare I suggest, show the artist's move towards post-modernism?  The show is called River-ness, and above all, will demonstrate Janet’s love for her surroundings.

All works are for sale, to request a list of works please email: susan@haystudio.co.uk

Apr
5
7:30 pm19:30

FILM SCREENING: Bullitt

Please note change of date: Weds 5th April

Bullitt, 1968 | Dir. Peter Yates | 1h 54 m

An all guts, no glory San Francisco cop becomes determined to find the underworld kingpin that killed the witness in his protection.

Join us for a screening of Bullitt - the rip-roaring 60's thriller with mobsters, bad cops and Steve McQueen at the wheel for the best car chase in cinema history!

Suggested donation: £5 on the door
Cash bar and snacks available

Mar
25
7:30 pm19:30

LIVE MUSIC: Ben Jordan

 

Ben Jordan is best known for his joyful, 'handmade' acoustic music and we are very excited to welcome him back to HAY STUDIO in 2017.

Ben is best described as a 21st Century bard or 'modern troubadour' and his songs tell compelling stories of his journeys and encounters with interesting folks along the way...

Performing for the second time at HAY STUDIO (following a sell-out session in 2015) Ben will perform a collection of new songs over two sets, welcoming in spring-time at the studio.

There will be an interval with soup & bread available for £3

Early booking recommended: £10 (no booking fee via CRBO)

Feb
23
7:30 pm19:30

Film Screening: LES COWBOYS (2015)

Big-sky landscapes on two continents … Les Cowboys. Photograph: Antoine Doyen  

Big-sky landscapes on two continents … Les Cowboys. Photograph: Antoine Doyen

 

Change of date! Join us on Thursday 23 Feb, 7.30pm

Review from The Guardian, June 2016:

Hitherto best known for the excellent screenplays he wrote for several French auteurs, particularly Jacques Audiard (A Prophet, Rust and Bone, Dheepan) and Bertrand Bonello (Saint Laurent), Thomas Bidegain makes his debut as director in his own right with this craftily elliptical, intimate epic.

In the mid-1990s, a rural family of four enthusiastic country and western fans, who like all things to do with cowboy hats and line-dancing, are devastated when their daughter disappears one night at the local hoedown. Father Alain (François Damiens, touching) spends years searching for her, despite the fact that she seemingly doesn’t want to be found, having eloped with a Muslim boy who may or may not have jihadist sympathies.

Kid, her younger brother (eventually played as an adult by a somewhat stiff Finnegan Oldfield), picks up the quest, ending up somewhere in Pakistan, where he meets John C Reilly’s shady adventurer. John Ford’s The Searchers, another story of an “abducted” child, is clearly meant to be a touchstone, but Bidegain cannily exploits and then subverts that connection, taking the story to unexpected places with twist after twist.

Arnaud Potier’s widescreen cinematography embraces big-sky landscapes on two continents and the pained expressions of the brokenhearted with equal skill.

Suggested donation: £5 on the door
Cash bar & snacks available

 

Jan
19
7:30 pm19:30

Film Screening: PINA

pina film poster

FILM SCREENING, Thursday 19 January, 7.30pm

PINA, 2011, 1h 43m

The legendary dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch transformed the language of dance with her extraordinary and revolutionary body of work.

This mesmerising film by acclaimed director Wim Wenders, captures Bausch's aesthetic in an utterly thrilling way and features some of her greatest choreographies.  

It is a visually dazzling celebration of her life and work.

Suggested donation: £5 on the door
Cash bar & snacks available

Dec
9
7:30 pm19:30

ANDY SHEPPARD’s HOTEL BRISTOL

ANDY SHEPPARD’s HOTEL BRISTOL

featuring: 

Andy Sheppard on sax

Denny Ilet on guitar

Percy Pursglove on bass and trumpet

Mark Whitlam on drums

Hay Studio is thrilled that international saxophonist Andy Sheppard is returning, this time with his band Hotel Bristol.

This gig is a huge privilege for us to host and you MUST SAVE THE DATE!

Tickets £10

Cash bar

Eventbrite - ANDY SHEPPARD’s HOTEL BRISTOL
 
Dec
2
Dec 9

SITUATION: Emma Hambly + Karen Christopher & Sophie Grodin

Karen Christopher & Sophie Grodin perform miles&miles. Photo credit: Alex Eisenberg

Karen Christopher & Sophie Grodin perform miles&miles. Photo credit: Alex Eisenberg

OPENING NIGHT:
Friday 2 December 7pm - 10pm

SITUATION: Emma Hambly
+ Karen Christopher & Sophie Grodin

Emma Hambly, Untitled, Photograph 2016. Photo credit: Emma Hambly

Emma Hambly, Untitled, Photograph 2016. Photo credit: Emma Hambly

JOIN US for an evening of art and live performance at Hay Studio as part of SITUATION: our autumn season of creative events looking at the meaning of place and locality and the joy of collaboration.

The evening is a unique opportunity to see a live duet miles & miles by London-based performance makers Karen Christopher and Sophie Grodin.

The evening will also launch an exhibition of new work by Emma Hambly.

Emma's exhibition continues 3 - 9 December, open 11am - 3pm daily

Karen Christopher & Sophie Grodin
In making miles & miles Karen and Sophie embraced uncertainty in both form and content, working through ideas around the alternation of containment and free fall they came to thinking about dependence on others and the marks it leaves, the bends and folds where the other fits, the joy of it and the weight.

Emma Hambly
Emma's works, collected under the title of 'liminal', are related to time spent in indistinctness, of disorientation and incomprehension, of transitions, and of the threads and traces of connection between people, places and experiences that guide and mark the way through fog.

Opening night cost: £10 per person including a glass of wine on arrival
Cash bar + refreshments available

Eventbrite - SITUATION: Emma Hambly Artist
Nov
11
7:30 pm19:30

SITUATION: PHYSICAL POSTCARDS

Friday 11 November 7:30pm - 9.30pm 

An evening of dance film and live performance

Part of SITUATION: A season of creative events looking at the meaning of place and locality and the joy of collaboration at Hay Studio.

Lois (Taylor), Gemma (Kempthorne) and Sarah (Fairhall) have been creating Physical Postcards - danced messages, working alongside artists, photographers, writers, dancers, the landscape and film maker Brett Harvey in 3 locations in Cornwall including Hay Studio over the Spring and Summer. This event brings their work together and celebrates their creative collaborations.

Physical Postcards thanks DR2 and Hall For Cornwall for their support

Entrance: £5 (£3 under 16) and there will be a cash bar

Eventbrite - SITUATION: Physical Postcards - dance film and live performance
Nov
4
10:00 am10:00

Do/You Workshop: How to build a stronger personal brand.

Never seem able to find the time to take your social media presence to the next level?

Stuck what to write? Stumped how to build your cred? Stymied to find what works?

Have we got a workshop for you:

DO/YOU: Fifteen places: Full Ticket: £250.00 + VAT. Early Bird's: £150.00 + VAT.

 

Over the course of this immersive, hands-on, exercise-filled workshop, you will:

i) Develop a complete understanding and implementation of points 1, 2 & 3 outlined in the introduction.

ii) Leave the room with a more robust social media profile than when you walked in.

iii) Compile a folders-full of new creative ideas, about how you can further your brand objectives, and perhaps solve some pesky and specific online marketing issues you may have.

iv) Begin a powerful, personal, brand-building journey, that will result in higher Google rankings, a wider more valuable network and personal competitive advantage in the marketplace. Not to mention fast-track introduction and access to the wider/wonderful/already uber-well-connected Do Community.

v) Not to mention the advantages of spending a day in the company of some like-minded professionals; collegiately exploring some of the key challenges we all face in the social media age.

Nov
3
7:30 pm19:30

Film Screening: WHIPLASH

Whiplash is a 2014 American independent drama film written and directed by Damien Chazelle. Starring Miles Teller and J. K. Simmons, the film depicts the relationship between an ambitious jazz student (Teller) and an abusive instructor (Simmons). 1h 47mins

Whiplash grossed $13.1 million in North America and $35.9 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $49 million, against a budget of $3.3 million. Whiplash also won the 87th Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing and the 87th Academy Award for Best Film Editing. Henry Barnes from The Guardian gave the film a positive review, calling it a rare film "about music that professes its love for the music and its characters equally."

Suggested donation: £5 on the door
Cash bar
 

Oct
28
Oct 30

SITUATION: LUCY MORLEY Botanical Artist

LUCY MORLEY Botanical Artist

OPENING NIGHT: 28 October, 6-8pm

Lucy Morley, Mandala

Lucy Morley, Mandala

Exhibition continues 28-30 October

Part of SITUATION: A season of creative events looking at the meaning of place and locality and the joy of collaboration at Hay Studio.

Lucy Morley's contemporary botanical projects are shaped by her passion and interest for the natural ecosystems around the world. Based in Cornwall, this collection of artworks will reflect the environment which envelops Hay Studio.

www.lucymorley.co.uk

Opening night 28 October

PLUS: Tom Forster’s GOT GAME canapés www.gotgamefoods.co.uk

Opening night cost £10 per person
Cash bar available

Eventbrite - SITUATION: Lucy Morley Botanical Artist
Oct
6
Oct 9

SITUATION: MARIA FLOYD Seascape artist

OPENING NIGHT: Thursday 6 October 6pm - 9pm     

Maria Floyd

Maria Floyd

MARIA FLOYD Seascape Artist

Exhibition 6-9 October

Part of SITUATION: A season of creative events looking at the meaning of place and locality and the joy of collaboration at Hay Studio.

Maria says "I am delighted to include my work in the Situation season at Hay Studio as it will be a celebration of the many forms of creativity” 

www.mariafloydart.com

Opening night 6 October
PLUS: Bella Nicholas and George Murray’s LOBSTER SUPPER
(and delicious pud!)

Bella notes: "One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well."
Virginia Woolf

 www.boscastlefishingcompany.com

Opening night cost £30 per person including wine.

Tickets from susan@haystudio.co.uk

Cash bar available

Sep
14
6:30 pm18:30

rafi + friends

Dear friends,

Please join us for a special evening at Hay Studio

Wednesday 14 September 2016, 6:30pm-9pm

Rafi+friends, Pauline Spearpoint and photographer Elena Givone will be sharing experiences from their recent trip to Ritsona Refugee Camp near Athens where they met refugee families and presented 500 children with copies of Rafi the Refugee Rabbit, an illustrated book which tells the story of a displaced rabbit family, making its way to a new, safer home.

There will also be a discussion about how Rafi can connect children in the UK and Europe with refugee children around the world through distribution of Rafi the Refugee Rabbit to schools and kindergartens.

Copies of the book will be available at this special event.

There will also be a screening of the documentary Hamsa, produced by Pauline and Foxwolf Productions earlier this year and the presentation of a new design for a sustainable, calm and comforting space for children in refugee camps.

Cake and refreshments will be provided by local artisans

Please RSVP to Lucy Ward on:

rafi.the.refugee.rabbit@gmail.com / 07919003165

Rafi, Pauline & Elena would be delighted if you could join

Sep
6
7:30 pm19:30

RAMS

Synopsis In a secluded valley in Iceland, brothers Gummy and Kiddi live side by side, tending their prized ancestral line of sheep.  

But a long-term grudge means that they haven’t spoken to each other for four decades, passing messages via the sheep dog.

‘A marvel of a dead-pan comedy’ Wall Street Journal

‘Wonderfully idiosyncratic and moving’ The Times

 

Icelandic with English subtitles

89 mins

 

ram
Apr
24
7:00 pm19:00

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

We are so delighted that Seamus Carey, Silent Film Pianist extraordinaire returns to Hay Studio.

Sunrise was made in 1927, way before the rise of film noir in the 1940s, but you'd be forgiven for thinking the film comes from the later decade. Sunrise isn't a crime drama, it isn't even a classic romance: it's a film about the rekindling of true love - with a twist.

Tickets £10 from susan@haystudio.co.uk or 01208832574

Cash bar

*End time aprx

Apr
19
7:30 pm19:30

The Lives of Others

he Lives of Others

Chosen by Hay Studio Film Club Member Victor Mann

n 1983 East Berlin, dedicated Stasi officer Gerd Wiesler (Ulrich Mühe), doubting that a famous playwright (Sebastian Koch) is loyal to the Communist Party, receives approval to spy on the man and his actress-lover Christa-Maria (Martina Gedeck). Wiesler becomes unexpectedly sympathetic to the couple, then faces conflicting loyalties when his superior takes a liking to Christa-Maria and orders Wiesler to get the playwright out of the way.

DirectorFlorian Henckel von Donnersmarck

Guests welcome for a donation of £5

Mar
15
7:30 pm19:30

Clouds of Sils Maria (2015)

What happens in “Clouds of Sils Maria,” the new film from Olivier Assayas? Well, it starts on a train, where a celebrated actress of stage and screen, Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche), accompanied by Valentine (Kristen Stewart), her personal assistant, is heading to Zurich. There she is scheduled to attend a tribute to a playwright named Wilhelm Melchior, but the plan is thrown awry by the news, en route, that Melchior has died. Nonetheless, the tribute goes ahead, after which the two women meet with his widow, Rosa (Angela Winkler), at her house in the Swiss mountains. She invites them to stay there while she is away. Years before, Melchior wrote a play, “Maloja Snake,” about a female corporate boss who has an affair with a manipulative young woman in her office—originally played by Maria. Now, in middle age, she has been asked to revisit the work, on the London stage, in the role of the older woman, like a Gertrude who was once an Ophelia. And so, at high altitude, Maria rehearses her lines, with Valentine reading the other part, in Melchior’s home and on lung-filling hikes through the hills.

 

This is a film about acting, and about the boundaries that divide it from

the rest of life.

 

Members, and guests welcome for a donation of £5

 

 

Feb
16
6:30 pm18:30

Doug Aitken's 'Station to Station'

The feature consists of 61 short films, each one-minute long. The feature was shot over the course of 24 days in 2013, when a train with Aitken's "kinetic light sculpture," fixed to the train's outer shell, traveled from New York to San Francisco. Aboard the vehicle and along the way, at 10 different stops, art happenings with participants from media ranging from music and photography to dance and the visual arts were organized. They all find their way into the film organically, which thus becomes a meditation on art, (train) travel and transience.

This film replaces the scheduled 'This Changes Everything' which will be screened at a later date.

Members welcome, and guests welcome too for a donation of £5.  Wine, beer, nibbles available .

*End time aprx

Dec
4
7:30 pm19:30

Raymond MacDonald and Marilyn Crispell

Alto saxophonist MacDonald and avant garde pianist Crispell together for one night only in North Cornwall.

Come an hear melodic alto sax over lush piano chording in this special evening which will feature music from new cd Parallell Moments.
"MacDonald channels Evan Parker with soprano loops and squawks, while the title track features some inspired inside piano from Crispell, her fingers dancing around the frame and rubbing the strings to create deep resonant tones".

Eventbrite - International sax and piano duo MacDonald & Crispell


Nov
28
7:30 pm19:30

JOSH SAVAGE

JOSH SAVAGE

SATURDAY 28 NOVEMBER AT 7.30

Josh was introduced to the Hay Studio audience through Lil&Meg last year and is returning following huge demand for more! We can't wait to have him back!

Singer/songwriter from Winchester (UK), raised in Paris, and tipped as one of 'Ten Artists to Watch' by the Huffington Post, and acclaimed 'Best of 2014' by Tom Robinson (BBC Radio 6), Josh's self-released EP 'Spaces' charted #28 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts.

Josh plays solo and with a band and has toured across Europe, the Middle East and North America (including this year's SXSW). Josh also writes and sings songs in French with a French EP due out in 2015, alongside more English releases.

Nov
14
7:30 pm19:30

TOM ADAMS

TOM ADAMS

SATURDAY 14 NOVEMBER AT 7.30PM

Tom returns to Hay Studio with

HOWL AT THE MOON!

A follow up unique comedy experience to 2013’s ‘Still Score’ which our sell-out audience loved!

It’s July 1969.! David Bowie has just released 'Space Oddity'. The Apollo 11 Rocket is going to the moon.! On board are Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. Two of them are destined to be the most famous men on the planet. You are about to meet the third. Michael Collins is on a mission all of his own. Whilst Neil and Buzz muck about moonwalking, Michael has a serious job to do. For 60 minutes, he will visit the dark side of the moon, out of radio contact with the rest of humanity. 60 minutes of utter solitude. 60 minutes to think about home. 60 minutes to examine the nature of existence. And all through the medium of street dance. And some really catchy tunes. Howl at the Moon is a rocket-fuelled display of musicianship, dance and comedy. The space capsule is a beat making, bass shaking, electro funk machine and countdown is about to commence. 

Sep
11
7:30 pm19:30

BEN JORDAN

Eventbrite - Ben Jordan

BEN JORDAN

FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER at 7.30

in conjunction with Carn to Cove

Ben Jordan can best be classified as a 21st century bard, or a modern troubadour.  For years, ben has traveled, listening and learning and playing.  His voyage has taken him to many musical hotbeds, including NYC and Nashville, New Orleans and San Francisco, London and Dublin. 2010 saw the release of his critically-acclaimed 'Ghosts Breathing Through Our Strings' album.  His decision to retreat to Cornwall changed his life, note by note, song by song, gig by gig.

 

Ben has just released his highly anticipated follow up album 'Dream Invisible', continuing to bring his passion and songs to the West Country, town by town, show by show.

 

Jun
23
7:30 pm19:30

The Overnighters

The Overnighters

A modern-day Grapes of Wrath, award-winning documentary The Overnighters is an intimate portrait of job-seekers desperately chasing the broken American Dream to the tiny oil boom town of Williston, North Dakota. With the town lacking the infrastructure to house the overflow of migrants, a local pastor starts the controversial "overnighters" program, allowing down-and-out workers a place to sleep at the church. His well-meaning project immediately runs into resistance with his community, forcing the clergyman to make a decision which leads to profound consequences that he never imagined.

May
20
7:30 pm19:30

Corn Island

EXCLUSIVE SCREENING IN THE UK AT HAY STUDIO ONLY!

An astonishing feat of cinema presented with the utmost modesty, “Corn Island” observes a hardy old peasant and his obedient granddaughter as they carry out one of the world’s most daunting farming traditions. With just these two central characters, virtually no dialogue and the simplest of settings — a small, almond-shaped sliver of arable land floating midway between the shores of Georgia and Abkhazia — director George Ovashvili crafts a haunting portrait of a place where present-day political conflict and centuries-old survival collide. While far too slow for mainstream viewers, this worthy Karlovy Vary fest winner rewards patient auds with an unparalleled bigscreen experience.

+++++++++++

Apr
23
7:30 pm19:30

Attila Marcel

Paul is a sweet man-child, raised - and smothered - by his two eccentric aunts in Paris since the death of his parents when he was a toddler. Now thirty-three, he still does not speak. (He does express himself through colorful suits that would challenge any Wes Anderson character in nerd chic.) Paul's aunts have only one dream for him: to win piano competitions. Although Paul practices dutifully, he remains unfulfilled until he submits to the interventions of his upstairs neighbor. Suitably named after the novelist, Madame Proust offers Paul a concoction that unlocks repressed memories from his childhood and awakens the most delightful of fantasies.

++++++++++

Apr
17
7:30 pm19:30

Ruben Leon Acosta

Very Excited to Announce Some of the Fine Japanese Izakaya dishes that Ruben Leon Acosta of Nomada will be asking you to share with friends on Friday 17 April.

Miso Soup    Open sushi    Sashimi on Seaweed Salad

Shrimp Cakes with Pickle Dressing    Beef Bulgogi

Griddled vegetables    Poached Rhubarb with Tofu and

Kuzo Syrup    Green or Jasmine Tea

Book now at susan@haystudio.co.uk

£35 per person   Wine to accompany menu at cost

Mar
19
7:30 pm19:30

Ida

Anna, a young novitiate nun in 1960s Poland, is on the verge of taking her vows when she discovers a dark family secret dating back to the years of the Nazi occupation.
 
Director: Pawel Pawlikowski
Writers: Pawel Pawlikowski (screenplay), Rebecca Lenkiewicz (screenplay)

Changes in the way Film Club works  
Film Club is working in a different way this year.
In order to make sure the costs of licensing the film and hire of projection equipment are covered, I am asking you to book in advance for 3 months.  This is why I am announcing the next 3 films now.  I need a minimum of 10 people a
t each screening just to cover the costs above, before any contribution to heat, light and power for the Studio, and so I need to know you are intending to come. I do not want to increase the per screening cost, which would be the alternative.

Please email or telephone your booking for the next 3 months, and pay online or by cheque (£15 per member) before 20 January, our first 2015 date, using the details below.
Thanks, and look forward to seeing you all!

Online to Cooperative Bank, sort code 089299, A/c Hay Studio 69574593
By cheque to Hay Studio, Trenewth, Burlorne Tregoose, PL30 3AJ


Membership costs £5 per annum and should be added to your first booking payment.

Feb
19
7:00 pm19:00

SAXOPHONIST ANDY SHEPPARD

YOU ARE INVITED TO A VERY SPECIAL PRIVATE SET AND TALK WITH INTERNATIONAL SAXOPHONIST ANDY SHEPPARD AT HAY STUDIO ON THURSDAY 19 FEBRUARY 2015. 

All proceeds to Neuroblastoma Society

Cash bar and Cuban canapes 7-7.45 

Interview with Andy 7.45-8.15

Andy's Set 8.30-9.30pm

Bar open until 10pm

Double ticket £25

Dressy

MUST BOOK!

rsvp susan@haystudio.co.uk