14 June,

Hi folks, 

As expected, Boris confirmed today that the current restrictions will stay in place for a further period. We anticipate that the event will still go ahead, and during this week we’ll be consulting with Cornwall Council licensing and our partners to make the changes required to enable the event to take place in full accordance with government guidelines.

We have a beautiful concert site with plenty of space for everyone to be completely self-contained and socially-distanced and, given the enthusiasm with which the event has been received by our supporters, we are reluctant to cancel if we can deliver the event in a safe and enjoyable environment. 

Please bear with us – we will send out an update on Saturday 19th, one week prior to the show, 

Thanks from us all at Mylor Sessions

We proudly present our next show:
Saturday 26th June 2021
TOYAH – Full Band Show 
with guests:
Ed Jones with the Keith Michael Trio
Mog Jones
We are excited to announce our first show for over eighteen months which promises to be a momentous occasion coming only five days after Government Covid restrictions are due to be eased on the 21st June.
The show will take place outdoors in the beautiful grounds of Trefusis House where there is plenty of space to be as socially distanced as you feel comfortable with. This will be one of the first opportunities to mix with friends and local folk for over a year and, as always, funds from Mylor Sessions go towards local charities and projects. This event will raise money for the new Flushing Sailing Club clubhouse which will be a valuable centre for the local community.
It’s as close to A Midsummer’s Night as we could get and will even be lit by a waning Strawberry Moon so it promises to be a memorable and amazing event. The amount of tickets available are limited by our license and we would like to make sure that they are bought locally by Mylor Sessions supporters so, for the moment, we’re holding back any advertising outside of the area. Do grab your tickets asap!

TICKETS. £25 inclusive of booking fees from Mylor Stores 
(cash only) or
online – here

We have released the last few tickets online and at Mylor Stores so if you need tickets for you or your friends do grab them now, we have definite licensing restrictions so there’ll be no more.

If you find you have spare tickets for any reason please don’t ask Mylor Stores to resell them. Tickets are not refundable unless the event is actually cancelled. Please post them on the Mylor Life Facebook page.

All event info below and an update will be sent to our mailing list and on this website the week prior to the event.

All the info:
DATE & TIMES: Saturday 26th June 2021, Gates open and music from 6.30pm, finish approx 10.30.
ACTS: Leading up to Toyah we have summer evening jazz from the wonderful Ed Jones with the Keith Michael Trio along with an acoustic set from the lovely Mog Jones (see artist details below).
SEATING. There is no seating provided.  It’s a lush grassy site, please bring your own fold up chairs or ground blankets.
CHILDREN: Children are welcome with responsible parents, no reduction in ticket price.
DOGS: No dogs please
BAR: There is a bar selling beer, cider, wine and soft drinks. Please use it rather than bring bottles to the site as the bar profits make an important contribution to our fundraising and the overall viability of these events.
FOOD: There is no food available to purchase on site. Please do bring picnics but no glassware.
PICNICS: You are welcome to bring picnics from a pasty to a banquet with tables and candelabra. But please do use our bar.
GLASSWARE: Please, please, please do not bring glassware to the site. We are in a field where livestock live!
RUBBISH: There are ample bins but please try and take everything you bring to the site away with you or our volunteers will have to deal with it on Sunday morning! (BIG THANK YOU!)
GETTING THERE: Trefusis, Flushing, TR11 5TD and follow the signs at the entrance to the estate
PARKING: Ample parking on the field a few hundred metres from the concert site, no problem to carry your chairs, rugs and picnics.
Any questions – info@mylorsessions.com
Our thanks go out to:
Jan & Jo Trefusis, Tom & Jessica Laity, Mylor Stores, Fal Fire, Aussie Marquees, all the Mylor Sessions volunteers and of course our event sponsors:
Creekside Cottages,  Café Mylor, Castaways, Hocking Associates, Taylor Money, Skinners, Mylor Yacht Harbour, Mylor Chandlery, Big Blue Watersports, Speedy Hire, Rustler Yachts, Devoran Metals, Cockwells


The concert will see the accomplished live performer Toyah present songs from her most recent album, including lead single Sensational and the epic album opener Dance In The Hurricane. Alongside this will be her instantly recognisable classics and hit singles including I Want To Be FreeIt’s A Mystery and Thunder In The Mountains, all performed with her full band.

For 42 years Toyah has taken to the stage like no other. She has won numerous awards and nominations from singing to writing to acting. In 2001 Toyah was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Central England in Birmingham. In 2018 Paul McCartney awarded Toyah a LIPA Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts Companionship for Outstanding Achievement in music, drama, performance and media. Toyah has been awarded a star on the King’s Heath Walk of Fame and a star on Birmingham’s Broad Street Walk of Stars recognising her achievements.

Ed Jones with the Keith Michael Trio 

Ed Jones is an award winning jazz saxophonist/composer who has worked with an amazing range of jazz and R & B legends, including George Benson, Incognito, Us3, Tina Turner, Horace Silver, Omar, and D’Angelo and many more. He has released several acclaimed albums and toured worldwide with his own and other bands, playing an impressive range of styles from  hard swinging jazz and experimental music, to funk and hip-hop.

“One of Europe’s most exciting and innovative bandleaders”- BBC Music Magazine

”A formidable saxophonist. Ed Jones may have hit his highest profile through his work with bands US3 and Incognito, but he’s an improviser to his fingertips, a player of forceful imagination, and one of the Uk’s most distinctive saxophonists.” – John Fordham The Guardian.


Mog Jones is a dazzling songstress from the South West, with an eclectic range of inspired material with Glam Rock & Country influence. Mog’s songs are as memorable as her sparkling stage presence (not to be confused with her sparkling stage attire and glamour), with inspiration drawn from some of her favourite musicians – David Bowie, Dolly Parton and Patti Smith. Mog has supported some fabulous musicians such as Leo Sayer and Albert Lee, she has also performed at venues and festivals such as The Troubadour in London and Boardmasters in Cornwall. Mog has also been handpicked to perform at events curated by DJ Rob Da Bank, BBC Introducing Cornwall are also big fans of Mog’s work, regularly featuring her songs on their shows. This year has seen the release of her debut album “On The Run” which has combined her love of britpop and country to create a very distinct sound that is not to be missed!