Abandoman's "Future Fest" is the ultimate creative challenge!
Castles, crows, and rowing boats. Mermaids, dragons and tiny islands surrounded by the sea... Arthur's Club, a place where everyone is welcome, a place where stories come alive.
Full of magic, mayhem and mischief!
Revolution Grooves is on a Mission! To keep real music alive, celebrate the artistry of the DJ & bring back the true vibe & soul of a good night out.
Ireland’s finest hip hop musical comedian, Rob Broderick, a.k.a. multi-award winning Abandoman will take you on a magical journey blending audience interaction and razor-sharp improvisation.
Lurching from pop to opera via folk song, musical theatre, disco and more… a veritable mixtape of who Gateau was, who Gateau is, and who Gateau hopes to become.
Cornish language lessons for beginners with Mark Trevethan
A wildly inventive new comedy from Quentin Dupieux (MANDIBLES, RUBBER), SMOKING CAUSES COUGHING follows the misadventures of a team of five superheroes known as the Tobacco Force -- Benzene (Gilles Lellouche), Nicotine (Anaïs Demoustier), Methanol (Vincent Lacoste), Mercury (Jean-Pascal Zadi), and Ammonia (Oulaya Amamra).
With two beef steaks hanging from her labia, Queer, Feminist Performance-Artist & Clown, ELOINA, stages a riotous rebellion against labia-shaming and cosmetic labia surgery.
Vanessa Kisuule is a writer and performer based in Bristol. She has won over ten slam titles including The Roundhouse Slam 2014, Hammer and Tongue National Slam 2014 and the Nuoryican Poetry Slam.
The Baby Question is an experimental piece of feminist work, which places child-free women at the centre of the narrative and offers audiences a safe space to hear, discuss and debate what it means to be child-free in 2023.
Using a mix of materials, printing and stitching as a group to create a Textile Wall Hanging.
'Two Marys, Five Jacks, and One Very Big Shoe' is a theatre show for young children and their families, touring throughout Cornwall.
MARK HEARLD's collages & slipware, ALEX MALCOLMSON's carved seabirds, with ceramics & jewellery, expressing the wonders of nature
In 1997 the first Daphne du Maurier Festival of Arts and Literature was held to commemorate the 90th anniversary of Daphne du Maurier’s birth.
Reg Meuross presents a folk song cycle about England and the transatlantic slave trade, with Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne
The monumentally influential electronic music group come to Falmouth for the first time!
A bewitchingly brilliant quest at Falmouth's spookiest castle.
The perfect opportunity to find unique, handmade, affordable and meaningful gifts for Christmas
Our autumn show focuses on private collectors and the important role they play in helping to form exhibitions.