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 - Sep 27
*private party*

Sat - Oct 048:00 PM
The Little Unsaid....'A Filthy Hunger Tour'

The latest EP 'A Filthy Hunger' was recorded in collaboration with the Southfields String Quartet and producer Brett Shaw (Daughter, Florence and the Machine) and was released in May 2014 alongside a book of new poems titled 'Impossible Sound'. Following the EP and book release The Little Unsaid will be touring the UK as a solo act before taking to festivals with a full band, making large noises in muddy fields at Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party, Larmer Tree and more.

'A giddying conflation of folk, electronica and lavish of the supposed genre’s grandest successes thus far' - Dots and Dashes

'F***ing brilliant!' - Mary Guibert (Jeff Buckley's mother)

'Just exquisite' - Fresh on the Net

'Something of sheer beauty' - Emerging Icons

Band interests
Performing, recording, producing, writing, scoring for film, theatre and radio, arranging, cooking, bathing, jostling.

Tickets: £5adv£6door

Sat - Oct 118:00 PM
Mae & The Midnight Fairground

Mae Karthauser (of Mae & The Midnight Fairground fame) boasts a collection of vibrant and shadowy songs that tell vivid stories of wayward characters both human and animal. Her rich and acrobatic voice is mingled together with the bounce of humming organ keys, the gentle slinky screams of clarinet and guitar and the sensuous swoops and slides of an old cello; and anecdotes are delivered with a distinctive twist of humour and come eccentrically woven.
The Midnight Fairground was born in 2009 concluding a degree at the late Dartington College of Arts: a multi-arts show weaving together song, dance, film and theatre. Since then Mae has performed extensively in UK, California, France, Austria, Belgium and Italy. Mae snatched “Best Busker in the Southwest” at the competition hosted by Born Hectic and won the stage at last years Glastonbury Festival. "Black Horses", the latest album was released in March 2012 and features, along with Mae, on “Little Red Bus” a circus documentary by Sebastien Montaz Rossett released in June 2013. The new solo album is set for release in spring 2014.


Buy: or cafe

Sat - Oct 188:00 PM
Martha Tilston...special Guest Ewan Mclennan

Martha Tilston has grown up immersed in music. So much so that she thinks of song
writing as the coat she wears on the journey, not the destination she is travelling to.
It has taken her to many interesting places; opening the acoustic stage at Glastonbury;
touring the far reaches of the globe; gaining a BBC nomination for best new-comer at the folk awards; recording and releasing several of her own albums, being a guest vocalist for zero 7, and meeting and playing with some of the world’s most inspiring.

Martha, now based by the sea in Cornwall, followed the many adventures and diversions along the way, -with the support and inspiration of her parents including:
father Steve Tilston (acclaimed Singer songwriter) and step mother Maggie Boyle (renowned folk singer), she ran from the London recording studios of the plastic pop scene as a girl, into the beduin tent of the ‘small world stage’.
Martha formed duo MOUSE with Nick Marshall and together they travelled the country with the solar stage, its musicians, clowns, lantern light and canvas. Mouse very quickly gained a large word of mouth following. They released a ground breaking album and had a magical couple of years discovering the underground acoustic music scene and living a lifetimes’ worth of stories to tell.

Tickets: £8adv / £9door


OR Cafe/Door

Sat - Oct 257:00 PM
The Razorblades/Honey/The Eyelids

Germany's sharpest surfband travels around Europe since 2002. Rob Razorblade guitar Ringo/Randy bass Ralph Razorblade drums sound like Dick Dale on speed and come over you like a Tsunami wave of powerful guitars & pounding drums....

Out of the board shorts and into the black leatherjacket is the new mantra of the band. Dick Dale’s twangy guitar sounds are getting punked up by grooves reminiscent of Rancid, Agent Orange and
the Turbo ACs. Put some noisy feedback on top and you get a dark-
er, more dangerous version of the classic Razorblades sound. Sorry, no Hawaiian shirts allowed…

Tickets: £5



Sat - Nov 018:00 PM
Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra

"Pinpoint accurate period ragtime blues"

Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra are one of the hardest working bands in the UK roots circuit, with thousands of touring miles under their belts, they have earned themselves a sizeable fan base in the UK, Europe and beyond. Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, they play their own brand of Western Swing, Blues, Gypsy Jazz and Country, or “North Eastern Swing” as they've coined it.

Their style is more eclectic than most, influenced by early 20th century American music, with the addition of “razor-sharp” solos, great arrangements and original songs; their music harks back to a golden age whilst staying perfectly modern. The songs are penned by Rob Heron, a crazy fool for country music and a full time dandy-cowboy. His songs are full of character, satire, and good old fashion hollerin’.

The band played to their biggest audiences yet when American riverboat rag-time band, Pokey LaFarge & The South City Three invited them to open for them on their last big UK tour. Pokey has praised them as “the gem of the bunch” while comparing them to others.

Tickets: £7adv / £8door



Sat - Nov 088:00 PM
Carrie Tree

Carrie has toured and/or collaborated with the likes of Damien Rice, Fink, Duke Special, Martha Tilston, Carly Simon, Ben Taylor, Rumer – even the prog rock band Marillion! She has been a known name on the UK alternative/green festival scene for several years playing regularly at festivals like Glastonbury, Sunrise, Shambala, Buddhafields and the Green Gathering.
Her collaboration with Andy Barlow from Lamb called Compassion has been broadcast globally since 2010 on the Korean Air advert which has garnered more than 250,000 views on Youtube.
Carrie will be the featured vocalist on Andy Barlow’s new project called Lowb which will be released by Distiller Records in May. The first single is a Carrie Tree/Andy Barlow collaboration called Inward Outburst.
In 2013, Carrie will be releasing a solo project EP in May, another in July and a full album in October which will be accompanied by an extensive touring schedule from May-September in the UK, across Europe and all the way to Latvia!
Carrie is deeply passionate about the planet, human rights and is involved with causes such as Amnesty International, Eradicating Ecocide and No Fracking.

Musician of heart melting songs.. weaving together emotion and melody..
Carrie hypnotises and touches listeners when she plays with her thoughtful lyrics, soulful melodies and precise guitar playing.

Tickets: £7adv /£8door



Sat - Nov 158:00 PM
Pussy Cat & The Dirty Johnsons

Put out a saucer of milk and some moonshine, 'cos Pussycat And The Dirty Johnsons are coming...

The formidable Pussycat is renowned for prowling the audience whilst the adrenaline fuelled Dirty Johnson boys pound out their infectious brand of Dirty Rock'n'Roll. Like all cats they are hard to pin down and have been described as one of the most incendiary live bands in the UK.

With the high impact raw energy of their live shows artfully captured in the studio by producer Alex McGowan, their debut studio LP 'Exercise your demons' received many great reviews, the eagerly awaited power-packed follow up LP 'Dirty Rock'n'Roll has been receiving the same accolade since it's release in February 2013, comprising 11 blistering tracks the band - now a trio after deciding not to have a bass player - have kept the new album exciting and fresh, they've also brought in double bass skills of Phil Bloomberg (The Polecats) to guest on a couple of numbers!

Formerly in a band just called The Johnsons, this Basingstoke based power-trio are fronted by Puss Johnson (origins dubious and unknown), with founding guitarist Jake (Feckle,Lube), and drummer Antz (The Krewmen). Inspirations are wide and varied for each band member but all share the same fundamental taste in music.

Their first video 'Trouble With The Devil' (directed by filmmaker Oliver Harrison) has received over 32,000 hits and the last three years has seen the band play over 150 shows, including 5 UK tours and some great festival slots. They've supported the likes of The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Thee Oh Sees, The Fuzztones, Mad Sin, The Creepshow, The Polecats, Bow Wow Wow, The Meteors, The Rezillos, The Vibrators and The Urban Voodoo Machine, as well as playing with great touring band DragSTER, Trioxin Cherry, The Dogbones, Atomic Suplex and 100% Beefcock and the Titsburster

Tickets: £6


Sat - Nov 228:00 PM
Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin

Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin are one of the most exciting and innovative duos to appear on the folk/roots/acoustic scene in recent years. They have been nominated for 'Best Duo' in the 2014 BBC Folk Awards. With a rapidly expanding following and a truly unique sound that effortlessly spans many genres, the duo have been touring constantly for the past three years, winning new fans of all ages wherever they go. Festival appearances have included regular Glastonbury slots; all the major folk festivals including mainstage slots at Sidmouth Folk Week; Broadstairs; Warwick; Shrewsbury; Gate To Southwell; Shepley Spring; Priddy; and a constant presence on the greenfield festival circuit, at events such as Larmer Tree (mainstage); Sunrise Celebration (mainstage); and Green Man.

Hannah Martin is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Devon. Her songs weave folklore and legend old and new with beautiful melodies, creating haunting compositions delivered with "a bold and beautiful singing style all her own" (BBC Radio Two). Writing mainly on fiddle, viola, and banjo, and drawing on the traditions of the British Isles, she has been commended by Mike Harding for her "really fantastic singing" (4/5/11). 2012 saw Hannah selected to be part of the National Theatre's War Horse School, working with John Tams, Nancy Kerr, John Kirkpatrick and Chris Parkinson. She was also involved in The Nursery Rhyme Project for the Bristol OId Vic, co-writing and performing in a show exploring one of our oldest oral traditions.

Tickets: £8adv / £9door



Sat - Nov 298:00 PM

(Alan Raw - BBC Radio Leeds)

It was a fateful night when six young musical hotshots bumped into Klezmer in a Leeds backstreet and decided to go on an epic club crawl. By the next morning the passionate and soul-stirring traditional Yiddish dance music had somehow got all mixed up with reggae, electroswing and amps that go to 11.

And Tantz was born.

Tantz deliver a failsafe fusion of virtuoso instrumentalism, smart-alec arrangements and all manner of pulse-grabbing grooves that turn on a sixpence and keep you on your toes. Wailing clarinets? You got them. Soaring fiddlesticks? You bet. Footgrabbing basslines? What else! Smash’n’grab drumstuff? Check (and checkmate). Showmanship? Need you ask … Put them on a stage with room to swing a cat and the next thing you know it’s a heaving dance party that you won’t want to leave.

It takes a special kind of talent to take an old school musical idea and turn it into the Next Big Thing but that’s what they did. After a year packed with storming shows, including festivals like Bestival and Kendall Calling, it seemed inevitable when they were picked to headline the Brit Awards After Party, 2014. But that was merely a star-studded curtain raiser to what looks like being an even more successful year. If you dig klezmer you’ll love what they do to it. If you don’t - then you will.

FrenziedHyperKlezmer – it’s coming soon to a good-time near you.

Tickets: £8