A stunning double bill will conclude the September season at the Tolmen Centre, Constantine.

Tomorrow (Friday 20th), Cube Theatre presents Karamazoo and Bike.

Fresh from a season at the Edinburgh Fringe, Philip Ridley's Karamazoo tells Ace’s story. She’s irresistible. Her image is everything and no-one ever stands her up - until today.

Bike by Jon Welch, features Karen, 17, fearless cycling champion; a sweet natured young lady. Karen’s parents are worried. She won’t come out of her bedroom. Which is odd, given she’s such a go-getter. Odder still is what she’s doing in there.

Tickets are £8 in aid of the Sowenna Appeal. Cafe Tolmen is open for pre-show suppers - must be booked in advance by phone

On Saturday, September 28, John Hegley presents New and Selected Potatoes

In an ideal world, John Hegley would be mass-produced and sold in the shops. Not his books, they’re already out there, but the man himself. He’d cheer everyone up and distract you long enough to forget what you were bothered about.

Whether it’s at his ludicrous drawings, silly join-in songs, or clever and unexpectedly structured poems, he hits the spot with all ages and brings in the laughs. If everyone could see life and each other through his glasses I bet the world would be a sweeter, safer, better and funnier place.

John Hegley is an acclaimed performance poet, broadcaster and comedian.

His frequent appearances on TV and radio make him among the best known and popular performers in the country, with his signature mix of comedy and performed verse. His live shows always delight audiences and this show is suitable for all the family, so come along and enjoy this superb performer.

Run in conjunction with Tolmen Book Club. Tickets £12, £10, £5 children from nine.