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 - Apr 268:00 PM
MAIA plus Sam williams & the flock of bats

“If you’re new to Maia, they call themselves ‘Alternative Sci-fi Folk Pop Evangelists’, but we think they’re more like the 21st century Beatles. Honest,” asserts Nigel. “As funny, inventive and exhilarating as the Fab Four in their heyday, they’re our tip for Breakout Band of 2014.”

“we’re really looking forward to hearing more” – Folk Radio UK

“Maia have undeniable chemistry on stage, they are mesmerising to watch both visually and musically” – HopFarm Festival

“Their songs deny genre boundaries and are a breathe of fresh air compared to the copycat rock and roll bands around today” – Supajam

“making music that’s simply outrageous, but a LOT of fun, and a marvel to experience.” 9/10 – Hooting and Howling Magazine

Sam Williams  & the flock of bats
Tickets: £6adv / £7door

Sat - May 038:00 PM
Jez Hellard & The Djukella Orchestra

"Potent songs, fiery fiddling, silky double-bass and smoking harmonicas."

A singer of potent songs, stunning harmonica player and fine guitarist, Jez thrives on music of all stripes. His band, The Djukella Orchestra play traditional and contemporary folk music, from jigs and reels to tango and rhumba.  The word Djukella is a common insult in the Balkans, meaning mongrel, and goes some way to describe the mixed provenance both of the music and the musicians themselves.

"If you take your folk infusion wide, varied and without restraint then you’re going to love this. Jump in and let the current sweep you along." - Dan Holland, Folkwords Magazine
 Tickets: £7adv / £8 door

Sat - May 10
Rue Royale plus Lampliter

MTV used our song again for their show Catfish (Season 2 Episode 13)!

They used Shouldn’t Have Closed My Eyes.

Domestic and geographical dislocation are themes but there’s a growing sense of hopeful defiance on ‘Remedies Ahead’, typified in live favourite “Try As They Might” with it’s chorus: “Try as they might/they cannot get me down” or “With the step of a waltz/feeling low but walking tall ” from “Brought Up Somewhere Else”.

“Every Little Step” rounds off the album’s lyrical arc with Ruth starting: “Been alive but I just woke up” and ending: “Can’t go back/Can’t go backwards”.

A cottage industry that’s already reached the farthest corners of Europe and the US, Rue Royale are breaking out – chasing the remedies ahead.

Tickets: £6adv / £7door


Sat - May 178:00 PM
Rum Buffalo

This is the beginning of a beautifully twisted relationship...
Rum Buffalo fornicate with forgotten songs.

They mingle in many genres but feed off the rich antique roots of western swing and basted bluegrass and give theatrical vaudeville style performances.

Fronted by a creative duo, It's surreal swing and twisted vocal harmonies distinguish Rum Buffalo's sound.
Rum Buffalo are a collective of musicians from around the country who come together to play swing and contemporary puffer. youll find us playing on the streets, in theatre spaces and now other venues.
Tickets: £6 adv / £7 Door

Sat - May 248:00 PM
Harry Bird & The Rubber Wellies/Brooke Sharkey & Adam Beattie

"One of my favourite bands of recent years" - Mike Harding, formerly BBC Radio 2

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....
Based in Bilbao and Dublin they have spent the last five years touring Ireland, the UK and mainland Europe playing bars, cafes, theatres, circus galas, festivals and folk clubs alike.
Their debut album, "Long Way to Be Free", appeared in 2009 on Hot Drop Records followed by "The Bones on Black" in 2012. A third album is due for release in 2014, all being well.

Brooke Sharkey...

Her current band consists of Adam beattie on double bass and backing vocals, a singer/ songwriter in his own right who often shares the concert with Brooke. Leander Lyons (Into the moon) on electric guitar and Barny C Rockford on drums. Her new songs are to be released next year before the group will be touring the UK in May and June, and then on to France and Italy.

Tickets: £6adv / £7door