Swap the winter blues for a magical, most fantastical escape to the Cornish Riviera Holiday Park. The year is 1959, and the cheerful Yellowjackets camp staff have just the thing for feeling fine: a fresh spin on a classic tale.
'Can You See Me' is a collaborative community portrait project. This legacy ACE-funded project offered people a transforming experience to present alternative visions of themselves, whilst contributing to this beautiful exhibition.
The Lowender Peran Festival is back in full swing this October, with its annual celebration of Cornish culture and its Celtic connections.
Hilarious ballet superstars Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo make their first visit to Cornwall, at Hall for Cornwall, this Autumn.
Late at Tate returned to Tate St Ives for the first time in three years with a vibrant programme of art, music, film and more on Friday the 23rd of September.
From the West End to West Cornwall, Kelly O’Brien brought the Queen of Country to Redruth’s Regal Theatre this week.
Last Friday, we headed to the beautiful Alverton Hotel for their wine tasting event.
Earlier this month, we were invited to watch Open the Box Arts screening of their new film ‘The Seven Rituals of Hesitance and Fortitude’.
Last week we headed to The Academy of Music and Theatre Arts (AMATA) once again, this time to watch Misri Dey’s new scratch show ‘Family Tree’.
Last Saturday, Community Reporter Fi Read, saw award-winning singer-songwriter David Ford, as he performed to an enthralled audience at one of Cornwall’s best live music venues: The OId Bakery Studios. Read on to hear Fi's thoughts!
Sam Nancarrow, one of our community reporters, headed to Perranporth Memorial Hall to watch A Real Fiction; which is loaded with current affairs, childhood nostalgias and one-hit wonders. This work has been co-created with the community, for the community. Read on to see what Sam thought!
On Monday, one of our new community reporters, Sam, headed to the Regal Theatre to watch the sensational new 'Phantasmagoria' which encompasses amazing & bizarre Circus acts with an original rock score.
Last week, we headed to AMATA to watch The Times Critic’s choice comedy-drama SKANK.
Cornwall 365 are big fans of a festive event, so we were thrilled to join Trebah Gardens for their Garden of Light this weekend.
Grayson Perry: Vanity of Small Differences has opened this week at the Exchange in Penzance. The tapestries were created through Perry’s Bafta-winning documentary series All in the Best Possible Taste with Grayson Perry broadcast in 2012 by Channel 4. Throughout the programme Perry visited places across the UK including Sunderland, Tunbridge Wells and the Cotswolds to explore the taste of the social groups we encountered and these tapestries were born out of his experiences and findings.
On Sunday Wildworks live streamed their production of Meet Me at the Edge. Due to a national restriction by The National Trust the in person (and Covid safe) event was unable to take place as previously planned. However, the ever resourceful Wildworks bought the landscape into our living rooms through the magic of YouTube.
The What's On team went along to explore Kneehigh's latest addition to the 'Walk With Me' app.
What’s On Manager Bethany took some time out and headed over for the first Garden Session at the Alverton.
Climb aboard and discover a day out for the whole family.