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With the arrival of December, light up the long, dark evenings and discover the lantern festivals of Cornwall.
Renowned feminist theatre company Scary Little Girls has announced the full programme for their flagship festival, Mayven Festival Cornwall and tickets are now on sale.
The holiday season is upon us, and there's no better place to immerse yourself in yuletide cheer than Cornwall's magical Christmas markets. From charming villages to bustling harbors, these festive bazaars offer seasonal shopping, delicious food and drink, live entertainment, and good old-fashioned holiday spirit.
Redruth comes alive with Celtic culture and tradition during the annual Lowender Celtic Festival, October 26-29. Families can enjoy four days of free activities and live performances celebrating Cornwall’s rich heritage passed down through generations.
With Halloween creeping up around the corner, check out some of our Top Picks for the spookiest events in Cornwall!
Experience the Splendor of Independent Film at Open The Box Arts' Splendid Film Festival.
In celebration of North Cornwall Book Festival which takes place next weekend, here is a deep dive into Cornwall's literary festivals.
Get Ready for an Electrifying Weekend of Contemporary Performance at Falmouth International Arts Fest.
The North Cornwall Book Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary this September 21-24, get ready for a real 'page-turner' of a festival!
The Writers' Block are offering an abundance of creative writing workshops and events this Autumn!
Spectacular Cornish touring exhibition that traces the stories of Arthurian legend and the Pre-Raphaelite artists has returned to Falmouth. Read on to find out more about this incredible exhibition!
With summer well and truly on the way, check out some of the festivals taking place across Cornwall over the next few months!
To see all of our participating artists this year:
Community Reporter, Jennifer Holme, headed to Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens to meet Percy Pengelly in Cousin Jack’s new high-energy and family-friendly show.
On Friday evening, we ventured down to Falmouth’s cultural hub, The Poly, to see the wonderful John Hegley and his new show: Biscuit of Destiny. It was a great evening full of powerful performance, poetry and storytelling.
We headed down to the beautiful town of St Just to check out a major new exhibition by Cornwall-based contemporary artist Kurt Jackson. The exhibition is inspired by the Cornish RNLI and, with the BBC's 'Saving Lives at Sea' on our television screens recently, there has never been a better time to celebrate the RNLI's incredible work.
Last Wednesday, Community Reporter Pip Harding headed to AMATA, Falmouth University’s esteemed theatre and arts venue, for their monthly Comedy Network night. This month saw West Country favourite Tom Glover host Bristol Comedy Den MC Burt Williamson and Edinburgh Fringe favourite Jake Baker.
Gool Peran Lowen! St Piran’s Day, or the Feast of St Piran, is right around the corner. Mark the special day with a variety of celebrations happening all over Cornwall.