What's On

Sunday, February 24, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

    Our glittering ice rink – the only indoor rink in Cornwall – returns on 13 October 2018, until 24 February 2019. See the full ice rink timetable HERE, including details of how to book your session.

    Choose a session to suit you

    Please note that a valid Eden admission ticket is required for all the sessions, in addition to the ticket for the relevant session. We advise skaters to arrive at the Visitor Centre at least 30 minutes prior to their booked skating slot.

    General skating sessions

    Price: £7 adult (aged 16+), £6 child, £24 family (any combination of four people)
    Our public skate sessions are 40 minutes long and begin on the hour.

    Skating aids

    Price: £4 per session
    Our penguin skating aids (featured in the video on this page) are ideal for helping young skaters to gain confidence on the ice. They can be hired for any public skating session, but pre-booking online is advisable.

    The penguins are 78cm tall and although there is no minimum height restriction, the user does need to be able to walk and reach the handle. The maximum height for use is 120cm (3' 11¼"). The charge covers the full 40-minute session and there are no refunds or part-refunds if the penguin is not used or is only used for part of the session. Bookings are non-refundable.

    Snowman skating aids are also available for hire, which are ideal for taller children and those with accessibility needs. The snowmen are larger at 95cm tall and although there are no height restrictions, we recommend them for users taller than 120cm (3' 11¼").

    BOOK your session


     

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

  • Paradise Park & Jungle Barn

    Pirate and Fairies Treasure Hunt - Paradise Park & Jungle Barn

    Paradise Park’s Little Pirates and Fairies Treasure Hunt February Half Term 16th to 24th, great fun for all the family.

    Seek out the clues to complete your treasure hunt and claim your prize!

    Great opportunity to dress up and explore the Park grounds on your quest to complete the quiz and claim your sweet treat – a choice of golden chocolate coins, the pinkest of fairy sweets or little lollipops to reward pirates and fairies!

    At 2:30pm meet Long John Tredinnick and his loyal band of parrots while you chart your course to find the treasure.

    If the weather is foul… you can walk the rope bridge, climb the nets, fly down the slides, and the little ones can try their hand at the dancing balls in the toddler’s zone. All the family can join in the fun in the JungleBarn indoor play centre!

    Keep a sharp eye out for in fine weather you will see free flying macaws and – more importantly for young pirates and fairies – a parrot may well sit on your shoulder at the daily parrot feeding time with the colourful little parrots.

    Every day you can see otter feeding, enjoy Carrot Time in the Fun Farm, and you could be chosen to help feed the penguins, so have your camera at the ready to capture the moment!


     

  • Lappa Valley Steam Railway

    February Half Term Fun at Lappa Valley - Lappa Valley Steam Railway

    Lappa Valley will open daily throughout February half term from 16 - 24 February - for the discounted price of £7.50 per person. Enjoy a ride on one of our wonderful miniature steam engines, journeying from our ticket office and station through beautiful Cornish woodland into the fun park.

    All generations of the family can enjoy good old-fashioned family fun in the park, from crazy golf to pirate ships, from giant slides to our toddler maze. Don't forget our adventure play areas!

    With two of our three railway lines open in February, there's also plenty of train fun to enjoy with the kids! 

    No need to book in advance - just come along on the day!

    Pricing:

    £7.50 per person for adults and children aged 3-15
    Children aged 2 and under go free
    This ticket price cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer

  • Eden Project

    Passport to the World - Eden Project

    Passport to the World

    Passport to the World; Five Continents in One Day
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Ever fancied visiting far-flung continents to try your hand at new and exotic challenges? Join us in February half-term for the adventure of a lifetime, visiting five continents in one day…
    Pick up your passport and collect stamps from all four corners of the globe – all in one day out in Cornwall.

    Explore an Arctic winterscape, where you’ll come face to face with our magnificent polar bear friend.
    Go tropical with a journey through the clouds on our wobbly Rainforest Bridge.
    Dust off your dancing shoes with flamenco workshops and carnival inspired fun.
    Hone your jungle survival skills by learning to shoot a blow pipe. You may even come face to face with a didgeridoo player!

    Plus music, crafts and fantastical story telling.

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

  • Dairyland Farm World

    16TH - 24TH February Half Tem - Dairyland Farm World

    The Full park is open for Half Term.

    With FREE return untill 24th February

    SPECIAL ENTRY PRICE £8.75 ADULTS AND CHILDREN

    Children under -80cm FREE

    CRFT WORKSHOP MONDAY 18TH -FRIDAY 22ND (SUBJECT TO AVAILILITY)

     

  • One 2 Eleven

    Pirates & Mermaids Week - One 2 Eleven

    Embark on a swashbuckling week of fun-filled activities at One2eleven this February Half Term (16th – 24th) as we celebrate all things nautical.

    Pirates & Mermaids arts and crafts will be here all week to entertain young scallywags as they get creative at the craft table or make new friends during the storytelling sessions.

    There will be piratical themed arts and crafts where little ones will be able to create their own eye patch or decorate a beautiful starfish. Grown-ups can join in or leave the little ones to it and the best news is, there’s no mess at home!

    Storytelling will give children the chance to hear about tales from under the sea and let their imaginations run wild with stories about mesmerising mermaids and fearsome, seafaring pirates, as well as lots of other characters from the deep blue.

    And for all of the little ones who want more than just arts and crafts, the main children’s indoor play area includes slides, a cannon park, ball swamps, climbing frames, an assault course and rope walkways. Explore the different levels with exciting twists and turns in this fantastic soft play. What’s the fastest route to the slide? It’s fun to find out!

    Not to forget little brothers and sisters, the Toddler Zone is the perfect place to let them play and learn. Get involved with them, enjoy the soft play horse carousel, soft play rocking horses and giant puzzles. Perfect for little ones aged 2 and under, who’s going to have the most fun?

    Remember to keep up to date with our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more information of what’s going on.

    One2eleven will be open throughout the week from 9am each day and the Pirate & Mermaids event will be on a drop-in basis throughout each day.

  • Pirate's Quest

    Join The Pirate Heroes - Pirate's Quest

    Man the decks and weigh anchor, because Pirate's Quest has a brand new storyline for 2019!

    Newquay's piratical walk-through attraction has a refreshed storyline that will allow visitors to 'Join the Pirate Heroes'. Be the first to experience the new adventure when it premieres during February Half Term (16th - 24th) for a Special Preview Event.

    Calico Jack’s crew of live pirate performers will be tasked with guiding you through the authentic sets and scenes of Pirate’s Quest and introducing you to four of history’s most scandalous scallywags. It will then be down to each group of visitors to vote which Pirate Hero they will crown as leader of the Republic of Pirates. Will it be Black Bart the Puritan Pirate, Anne Bonny the Princess of Piracy, Henry Every the Pirate King or the notorious Captain Blackbeard?    

Monday, February 25, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Thursday, February 28, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

  • ShelterBox Visitor Centre

    Film Night: Dheepan - ShelterBox Visitor Centre

    Join us for a screening of Dheepan (2015) the story of three Tamil refugees who flee the civil war-ravaged Sri Lanka and come to France, in the hope of reconstructing their lives.


    Book your free ticket on eventbrite

Friday, March 01, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

  • Marazion

    Spring Flower Show - Marazion

    West Cornwall Spring Flower Show

    The West Cornwall Spring Show has been running for over 90 years and is a showcase for horticultural excellence within Penwith. Each year cut blooms and specimens of camellias, magnolias and other flowering plants can be seen.
    Open to all, exhibitors include great historic gardens right through to small domestic growers.
    In recent years, children’s classes have been added to the show to help inspire the next generation of growers and exhibitors.

    Visit WEBSITE

    Marazion Community Centre
    School Lane
    Marazion
    Cornwall
    TR17 0DG

    01736 362527


     

Saturday, March 02, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

  • Marazion

    Spring Flower Show - Marazion

    West Cornwall Spring Flower Show

    The West Cornwall Spring Show has been running for over 90 years and is a showcase for horticultural excellence within Penwith. Each year cut blooms and specimens of camellias, magnolias and other flowering plants can be seen.
    Open to all, exhibitors include great historic gardens right through to small domestic growers.
    In recent years, children’s classes have been added to the show to help inspire the next generation of growers and exhibitors.

    Visit WEBSITE

    Marazion Community Centre
    School Lane
    Marazion
    Cornwall
    TR17 0DG

    01736 362527


     

  • Eden Project

    World Pasty Championships - Eden Project

    Come and celebrate the grand finale of the Cornish Pasty Week

    The Olympics of the Oggy!

    The World Pasty Championships celebrate the traditional Cornish pasty recipe, as well as some more unusual varieties. From the Americas to Australia, pasties derived from recipes passed down by Cornish emigrants over centuries are eaten and enjoyed by many millions of people. 

    The championships set the table for both amateur and professional bakers to parade their wares and entries are invited from around the world. Supported by the Cornish Pasty Association. 

    Free with admission or your Eden Locals’ Pass. For more information and to plan your day visit our WEBSITE


     

  • Redruth

    St Piran's Festival - Redruth

    Community Parade at 12noon
    Street Entertainment all day including Redruth Town Band, Hevva, St Aubyn Singers, Maids of Melody, Kekezza, Whippletree Ceilidh Band, Bagas Crowd and The Raffidy Dumitz Band
    Talon's Roadshow in Market Strand
    Market in Market Hall, Market Strand and Lower Fore Street
    Classic Cars in Alma Place
    St Piran's Round at 1pm (ish) and 2.45pm in The Buttermarket

    More information can be found on:- http://www.visitredruth.co.uk/St_Pirans_Festival_3171.aspx 

Sunday, March 03, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

  • Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

    £2 ENTRY EVERY SUNDAY IN MARCH - Cornish Birds of Prey Centre

    https://www.cornishbirdsofprey.co.uk/event/every-sunday-in-march/

    Every Sunday throughout March, we will be opening up the centre for just £2 per person.

    Please pop along and show your support for all our captive bred rescued Birds and Animals. Not only will this money help with all the animals that we have promised to give a forever home to, but will also enable us to assist all the wild birds and animals that need some TLC during the coming season.

    Note: there will be No Flying Displays

     

Monday, March 04, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Tuesday, March 05, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Thursday, March 07, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Friday, March 08, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911


     

Saturday, March 09, 2019

  • Eden Project

    Plan Bee - Eden Project

    Plan Bee, 26 January - 17 March 2019 (except 28-29 Jan and, 4-5 and 11-12 Feb)

    Eden Project, CoreExhibition Gallery
    Entry included with Eden Admission, Pass or Membership*

    Plan Bee image - Summer bees. August 2013 mixed media on board © Kurt Jackson

    Featuring work by Kurt Jackson, Wolfgang Buttress and Amy Shelton, this insightful exhibition of science and contemporary art brings new views on bees and other native pollinators: their vital role, their extraordinary lives, their plight and the story of our native dark honey bees and the role they play. Plan Bee brings together a wide range of collaborators from many disciplines connected by their passion to save our pollinators.  
     
    Featuring diverse artwork from three contemporary artists: 

    • Bees (and the Odd Wasp) in my Bonnet : Kurt Jackson
    • Reverie: Wolfgang Buttress
    • Florilegium: Honey Flow 1 Spring (February-April) 2013 : Amy Shelton. 

    Plan Bee was developed in partnership with B4 (www.b4project.co.uk) and support was provided by the Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Arts Council England, Plymouth University, Exeter University and the Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust. 

    This new temporary exhibition will be held in Eden’s recently refurbished exhibition space in the Core building, from 26 January to 17 March.  Open every day except Mondays and Tuesdays until February 18, and seven days a week thereafter until 17 March. 

    *For further details, visit our WEBSITE or call 01726 811911