opening times


10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - late
10 - late
10 - 4pm

we occasionally open late for events during the week
see 'whats on' for more details

where are we

miss peapod's cafe is at Jubilee Wharf in Penryn, on Commercial Road underneath the wind turbines

Jubilee Wharf,
Penryn, Cornwall
01326 374424


whats on at miss peapods

Sat - Mar 288:00 PM

"The most enjoyed headliners Budstock has seen in 20 years of rocking the Southwest. Melosa blew away the capacity Budstock festival crowd with fresh upbeat sounds which had em up and dancing like loons from start to finish. Superb entertainment"

This musical army has conquered festival crowds all over the UK fusing big fat doses of Ska and Funk with lashings of Swing, Blues and Hiphop. Throw in some infectious grooves from all over the world and you've got a massive bouncy soundthat you just can't help but dance to.
2015 is the tenth anniversary of the first Melosa gig (they played as an acoustic four piece to a packed room upstairs in the Globe pub, Exeter) so it's going to be a year of celebration with loads of gigs all over the place, a new album (new songs are being written & plans are being made as we speak!) and loads of other tenth birthday stuff!
Tickets: £7adv £8door

Sat - Apr 04
Film & Food Night : *Ginger & Rosa*

London, 1962. Two teenage girls – Ginger and Rosa - are inseparable; they play truant together, discuss religion, politics and hairstyles, and dream of lives bigger than their mothers’ frustrated domesticity.

But, as the Cold War meets the sexual revolution, and the threat of nuclear holocaust escalates, the lifelong friendship of the two girls is shattered - by the clash of desire and the determination to survive.

Ginger & Rosa, directed by Sally Potter, stars Elle Fanning, Alessandro Nivola, Christina Hendricks, Timothy Spall, Jodhi May, Annette Bening and Alice Englert. The film premiered at Toronto Film Festival and was also shown at the 56th BFI London Film Festival.

Food from 6pm
Film 9pm
*Free Entry*


Sat - Apr 118:00 PM
Ushti Baba

Gypsy Jungle Turbo Folk step, foot stomping Balkan Beatbox mash up!

Banging out stomping Balkan beats, heart wrenching Celtic melodies to live Jungle/DnB/Dupstep beatbox. Gypsy Jungle Turbo Folkstep, raucous foot stomping good times!

Formed in November 2012, now an 8 piece band comprising of Sparrow Middleton, Jack Salt, Samuel MacDougall, Ursula 'Beastly' Billington, Berry Garnet, Hen-rah Edmonds, Sam G and Simon von Alexander. Early 2013 saw a jam-packed string of raucous performances around Bristol, and now the Babas are in full festival swing - you can catch them at a festival pretty much every weekend this summer!

Tickets: £8

Sat - Apr 188:00 PM
*Space cat*

The Spacecat has landed with a CD to launch. The spacecat has spent the winter orbiting the planet in their cosmic inter planetary studio recording gamma waves transmitted from deep space and converting them into frequencies audible to the human ear. Expect loops, beats and samples with violin, sax, analogue electronics, guitar and vocals in a maelstrom of psychedelic folk electronica with subsonic bass vibrations.

£3 door

Sat 18th April

Sat - May 028:00 PM
Jez Hellard & Scott Cook


Scott Cook is an Alberta, Canada-based, tirelessly traveling songwriter with heart forever on sleeve. He brings humour, a disarming honesty, years of roads, and a deep love of humanity to his song-craft andstorytelling. His deep caramel voice and witty onstage keep audiences spell-bound and send them home with a spring in their step. Cook’s songs are true stories set to music, drawing on influences from folk and old-time country to soul and blues. He has made his living playing music full-time since 2007, touring extensively in Canada, the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.

A singer of potent songs, stunning harmonica player and fine guitarist, Jez Hellard thrives on music of all stripes. Whether solo, or with his band, The Djukella Orchestra, his passion and skill have gathered an evergrowing fan-base over three continents. Born in Cumbria, with a Scots/English background, Jez grew up in a village in Northamptonshire and has been wandering the world, singing and playing for as long as he'sbeen able.

Tickets: £7

Sat - May 09
Riverfish music presents

The official release of 'DOMINO' a collaborative music video project from 3rd year Falmouth University film students and alternative pop/rock band, Boundless Brothers from Penzance.   Following the release of their debut EP 'UNTOLD' the band worked with their record label Riverfish Music and creative student production team to create their latest video release.

Working alongside Boundless Brothers and Riverfish Music has allowed us to experiment in areas of filmmaking we hadn't tried before. The combination of trying something new and working with likeminded people is an opportunity that most filmmakers aspire to have.  Everyone involved has been really supportive and we worked together to create a video for the band that we all enjoyed making and hope everyone will enjoy watching." - Olivia Povey (Producer), Rachael Jones (Director/Cinematographer)

*Free Entry*



Sat - May 16
Martha Tilston / Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies

Travelling folksters Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies present their intimate cabaret of joyful sing-a-long choruses and general participatory fun. Pirates, lizards, cracks in the wall and Basque cyclists all inhabit the songscape. And let's not forget that Beard Snood....

Of her latest album  The Sea  Tilston says Ive always had it in mind to make a traditional album. Singing trad songs is what I grew up with, not just from my father (Steve Tilston) and step mother (Maggie Boyle) but also on my stepfathers side of the family with its Geordie heritage (her stepfather is Frank Whately and uncle Kevin Whately, the actor known for his iconic roles in such beloved TV series as Lewis and Morse as well as movies like The English Patient). As noted earlier (above), among the family friends of her childhood was the legendary Bert Jansch (and Martha includes Black Waterside as a nod to his influence and presence in her work). The Sea is a brand new album of traditional songs about the sea and the stories of those whose lives are intertwined with and guided by contact with it. Each song has one of the above-mentioned family members, plus brother Joe Tilston and friends, singing or playing with Martha and she says: it has been a beautiful experience. We recorded most of it in a cliff side cottage in Cornwall and enjoyed trying to capture the magic and treachery of the deep.

Listen to the Fisherlad of Whitby

Tickets: £10


Sat - May 23


jazz blues cajun krautrock highlife dub calypso rock&roll reggae folk soundtracks rocksteady psych soul disco funk punk and boogie woogie too

What is Spoonful?
Spoonful is a revival of Stephen Parker’s successful Shoreditch club night. Having originated at the Bass Clef in in 90’s London it relocated to Falmouth’s Chainlocker for a second popular run a decade later. Who’s behind the decks?
Stephen Parker (Spoonful Sound System, FreeRange, Arcadia 78 RPM) and Karl Phillips (Deconstructed, Randomjukebox)
What can punters expect?
Like the flyer says, expect everything from jazz, funk and blues to reggae, punk and boogie woogie too. This incarnation’s going to be a little bit more experimental but you’ll still be on your feet before the night’s out.
Name me five songs I might hear on opening night?
Gil Evans – Crosstown Traffic, Hopeton Lewis – Sounds and Pressure, John Martyn – Big Muff, Andre Williams – Do the Popcorn, Gene Chandler – There was a time
What’s your tagline?
Let’s get lost in music. It’s Chet Baker rubbing shoulders with Nile Rodgers.

Where can I find out more?

Sat 23rd May



Sat - May 308:00 PM
Gypsy Hill

Gypsy Hill – the beast from nearby the middle east - play an intoxicating mix of balkan brass, mediterranean surf rock, ska & swing. Featuring guitars, horns, tuba, a scratch DJ and a mix of live and electronic beats, Gypsy Hill effortlessley mix the tradtional with a uniquely modern sound.

Producers DJ Kobyashi and Herbert Newbert have taken the project from studio to stage, gradually growing the band and honing their high-energy live hows. Their burgeoning CV includes remixes for the likes of Balkan Beat Box and Al Jawala and a special feautre on Ninja Tune’s impressive new ‘Ninja Jamm’ app, appearing alongside electronic music royalty such as Coldcut, Mr Scruff, Bonobo and many more of the Ninja Tunes roster.

A tour history that includes some of the UK and Europe’s biggest festivals (Glastonbury, Bestival, WOMAD, Green Man,Wilderness, Sziget, Fusion), Gypsy Hill are no strangers to the big stages, having played alongside some of the greats including Taraf De Haidouks.

Tickets: £10