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Monday, November 12, 2018

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Thursday, November 15, 2018

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

  • Looe

    Literary Festival - Looe

    A celebration of intellectual minds, thought, debate, literature, creativity and creatives. 
    Cornish hospitality and a breath of fresh Cornish sea air. Looe has invited world-renowned authors, poets and creative thinkers to give talks in our lovely town.

    The Millpool Centre
    & other venues.
    Looe
    Cornwall
    PL13 2AA

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Friday, November 16, 2018

  • St Austell

    Simon Evans : 'Genius' - St Austell

    Simon Evans is one of the most exciting and distinctive talents to emerge on the comedy circuit in recent years. He is a familiar voice on BBC Radio 4 as a regular on The News Quiz, The Unbelievable Truth and Armando Iannucci's Charm Offensive.  Simon also contributes material to Lee Mack's BBC hit sit-comNot Going Out.

    Ever since he was a small boy, all Evans really wanted was to be recognised by the world as a man of genius. He has, until now, remained thwarted.

    The world seems increasingly indifferent to true genius of any kind, let alone Evans’. Endlessly distracted by the trivial, we allow the classical tools of grammar, logic and rhetoric to lie unregarded in the shed of consciousness, rusting to a picturesque hue that would actually look really great on Instagram. But which filter?    Hmmm…

    'Super-sharp wit' (Time Out). 
    'Wields language like a rapier' (Scotsman). 
    'Please clap' 
    (Jeb Bush).

    Rated 14yrs+ (Parental Guidance),  likely to be swearing and adult content.

    Venue: St Austell Arts Theatre

    Doors open 7.30pm  Show Starts 8pm

    Click HERE to Book Online or Phone 01726 879500

    Buy from St Austell Tourist Information Offices


     

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

  • Looe

    Literary Festival - Looe

    A celebration of intellectual minds, thought, debate, literature, creativity and creatives. 
    Cornish hospitality and a breath of fresh Cornish sea air. Looe has invited world-renowned authors, poets and creative thinkers to give talks in our lovely town.

    The Millpool Centre
    & other venues.
    Looe
    Cornwall
    PL13 2AA

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Saturday, November 17, 2018

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

  • Looe

    Literary Festival - Looe

    A celebration of intellectual minds, thought, debate, literature, creativity and creatives. 
    Cornish hospitality and a breath of fresh Cornish sea air. Looe has invited world-renowned authors, poets and creative thinkers to give talks in our lovely town.

    The Millpool Centre
    & other venues.
    Looe
    Cornwall
    PL13 2AA

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Wadebridge

    The Cornish Winter fair - Wadebridge

    The Cornish Winter Fair, a celebration of Cornish farming & food and free to attend

    Come and celebrate all that's great about Cornish farming and food at The Cornish Winter Fair on Saturday 17 November 2018.

    It's a free event, held entirely under cover here within the Exhibition Halls at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre, Wadebridge. There's plenty of free parking on site. The event runs from 10am to 5pm.

    There will be plenty of farm animals that you can get up close to, a food and farming educational discovery zone where you can learn more about local agriculture and food production. There will be opportunity to 'Have a Go' at things like milking a (mock!) cow and grooming a pony. It'll be great fun for all of the family.

    It'll be a great place to kick off your Christmas shopping. With an array of Cornish food and drink producers on hand to show you how they create their quality products, with chance to try and buy their delicacies. There will also be craft stalls selling fantastic locally created gifts. There'll be pop-up cafe selling food and drink as well.

    Wadebridge Prime Stock Show

    The event incorporates the Wadebridge Prime Stock Show, which has been running for 140 years. It's all about competitions. The packed prize schedule includes cattle and sheep showing, produce, craft and cookery classes. There are competitive classes for children, local schools, WI and Young Farmers' Clubs.

    Why not get involved and enter a class or two this year. Could you be crowned Cornwall's best baker or grow the biggest potato? You can take in the cattle and sheep judging. Who'll be taking home the silverware this year?

    Entry is completely FREE of charge and we've got acres of free parking on site as well. The event is totally undercover - so it'll be great for all the family, no matter what the weather.

    Further information and full class details, schedules and entry forms can be found HERE

    Royal Cornwall Show Ground
    Wadebridge
    PL27 7JE

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Sunday, November 18, 2018

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

  • Looe

    Literary Festival - Looe

    A celebration of intellectual minds, thought, debate, literature, creativity and creatives. 
    Cornish hospitality and a breath of fresh Cornish sea air. Looe has invited world-renowned authors, poets and creative thinkers to give talks in our lovely town.

    The Millpool Centre
    & other venues.
    Looe
    Cornwall
    PL13 2AA

    Visit WEBSITE


     

Monday, November 19, 2018

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Friday, November 23, 2018

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

  • St Ives

    Shanty Shout Weekend - St Ives

    An unforgettable weekend of sea shanty singing, from some of the best groups in the land.

    Now in its third year, the event, hosted by St Ives group, Bamaluz Bootleggers, with sponsorship from local businesses, the 2018 shout will feature more than 20 groups (including the legendary Kimbers Men travelling down from Yorkshire) singing at multiple venues in the town.

    These include the Castle Inn, Golden Lion, Surf Shack and Pilchard Press, all within easy walking distance of each other.

    Hoping to make a return this year are: ACapella Moonshine, Aggie Boys Choir, Bamaluz Bootleggers, Bencoolan Wreckers, Bone Idol (Scilly Boys), Bryher's Boys, Cadgwith Singers, Cape Cornwall Singers, Du Hag Owr, Falmouth Shout, Kimber's Men, Nauti Buoys, Oggymen, Pirates Of St Piran, Rum And Shrub, Stamp And Go, Stuns'ls, The Two Anchors, Thraw'd Together plus other new groups.

    Entry to all the venues is free, so show your support by drinking their beer while you listen to shanty groups with a diverse range of sizes and styles. Whether you like your singers in civvies, dressed as sailors or even pirates there will be something special for you.

    This year the event's nominated charity is Cornwall Air Ambulance and its New Heli Appeal.

    For more information click HERE

    Various Locations
    St Ives
    Cornwall

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

    Christmas Market - Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

    Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm between Newquay and Truro invites visitors to get in the spirit every weekend ahead of the festive season by visiting Cornwall’s only Christmas market set on a working farm.
    Last Christmas, Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm held its very first European-style festive Christmas Markets and tasting experience attracting thousands from far and wide to one of Cornwall’s favourite attractions at its merry best. This year, Healeys Christmas Markets are back over the weekends from the 23rd of November to the 16th of December, set to be bigger and better and bubbling with new Christmassy elements spread around the festive farm.

    The markets will showcase stalls of tasty local produce alongside Cornish art and crafts. There’s the opportunity to pick freshly cut Christmas trees and try the range of Healeys Cornish cyders for free in Healeys own farm shop.

    More than just markets, the farm offers a full, fun day out for the family. Cyder making tours and tractor rides down to 20 acres of orchards run regularly throughout the day whilst the friendly farm animals, including donkeys, pigs, goats, ponies and shire horses are a favourite for little ones to meet. 

    Each Sunday afternoon, with a famous Healeys Sunday roast, local choirs will fill The Old Bottlery with the sounds of Cornish carols.

    It’s free entry to the farm, free parking and, of course, free samples, all of which are produced on the farm including much-loved Rattler Cornish Cloudy Cyder.

    The farm recently underwent a £3.5 million development with a new visitor centre, production halls, The Old Bottlery Restaurant and the brand new for 2018 contemporary and stylishly designed Mowhay Tea Rooms. To this backdrop, visitors can get into the Christmas spirit with stands offering the finest in Cornish crafts and savoury packaged food as part of the expansion of last year’s Christmas market.

    However, it is not just cyder that excited the team at Healeys as it is also Cornwall’s first distillery for 300 years. Visitors can sample from the spirit master counter where they will find the finest oak infused flavours of Healeys’ innovative Classic Whiskey, the double-distilled purity of its Classic Eau de Vie, or the rich, deep flavour of its ground-breaking Classic Brandy.

    Entry to the farm and parking is free all year round. Charges apply for tours and tractor rides.


     

Saturday, November 24, 2018

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

  • Eden Project

    Meet Father Christmas and his elves - Eden Project

    24 November – 24 December (selected dates only*)

    Every year Father Christmas and his elves set up camp here at the Eden Project. There are letters to sort, presents to deliver, and a very important sleigh to prepare. Father Christmas is keen to meet you and your children, so they can help. Inside the cosy tent you’ll get to see ‘behind the scenes’, including the elves’ bunkbeds, the pigeonholes full of children’s letters, and all the stockings laid out ready for the big day. After settling down for a story beside an open fire, each child can enjoy a special moment with the man in red. 

     *For available dates and times, and to book, visit our website www.edenproject.com or call 01726 811972. Pre-booking is strongly advised.

     

     

  • St Ives

    Shanty Shout Weekend - St Ives

    An unforgettable weekend of sea shanty singing, from some of the best groups in the land.

    Now in its third year, the event, hosted by St Ives group, Bamaluz Bootleggers, with sponsorship from local businesses, the 2018 shout will feature more than 20 groups (including the legendary Kimbers Men travelling down from Yorkshire) singing at multiple venues in the town.

    These include the Castle Inn, Golden Lion, Surf Shack and Pilchard Press, all within easy walking distance of each other.

    Hoping to make a return this year are: ACapella Moonshine, Aggie Boys Choir, Bamaluz Bootleggers, Bencoolan Wreckers, Bone Idol (Scilly Boys), Bryher's Boys, Cadgwith Singers, Cape Cornwall Singers, Du Hag Owr, Falmouth Shout, Kimber's Men, Nauti Buoys, Oggymen, Pirates Of St Piran, Rum And Shrub, Stamp And Go, Stuns'ls, The Two Anchors, Thraw'd Together plus other new groups.

    Entry to all the venues is free, so show your support by drinking their beer while you listen to shanty groups with a diverse range of sizes and styles. Whether you like your singers in civvies, dressed as sailors or even pirates there will be something special for you.

    This year the event's nominated charity is Cornwall Air Ambulance and its New Heli Appeal.

    For more information click HERE

    Various Locations
    St Ives
    Cornwall

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • St Austell

    Celtic Beer Festival - St Austell

    Fancy a beer?

    Get ready for St Austell Brewery’s Celtic Beer Festival 2018
     
    Live music. Tick.

    A cracking selection of more than 180 ales and ciders. Tick. 

    A thriving atmosphere and all for a good cause. Double tick. 
     
    Saturday 24th November - if the date for this year’s Celtic Beer Festival isn’t already in your diary, it should be now. 
     
    Our 20th Celtic Beer Festival is set to be the biggest yet; 20 years of one of Cornwall’s best parties deserves a celebration in its one right. And the 2018 Celtic Beer Festival is set to be a belter. 
     
    Held in the ancient and atmospheric cellars of St Austell Brewery, festival-goers come from far and wide to sample different ales, stouts and lagers. Live bands play all day and night – it’s a beer festival like no other. 
     
    The four bars serve St Austell Brewery's own award-winning beers, including favourites Tribute, Proper Job and Korev, along with new and limited-edition beers brewed just for the festival.
     
    Remember: all profits from the event go straight to St Austell Brewery’s Charitable Trust. Since Charitable Trust was created in 2003, the festival itself has raised more than £215,000 for charities and worthy causes across the south west. 
     
    Enjoy the merriment, drink responsibly and help us raise the most amount yet at any one event for the Charitable Trust. See you on the 24th November!
     
    Key details:
    • 11am until 11pm. 
    • Bands run day and night.
    • £15 per person - tickets sold at the entrance. Cash only. This includes a commemorative festival glass, 2 x ½ pint beer tokens and a festival brochure. 
    • Extra beer tokens can be purchased. 
    • Food available from 12 noon until 9:30pm.
    • Cloakroom facilities available. 
     
    Please note that there will be no cash machine available at the brewery or card payments - this is a cash only event.

    St Austell Brewery
    63 Trevarthian Road
    St Austell
    Cornwall
    PL25 4BY

    Visit WEBSITE


     

  • Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

    Christmas Market - Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

    Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm between Newquay and Truro invites visitors to get in the spirit every weekend ahead of the festive season by visiting Cornwall’s only Christmas market set on a working farm.
    Last Christmas, Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm held its very first European-style festive Christmas Markets and tasting experience attracting thousands from far and wide to one of Cornwall’s favourite attractions at its merry best. This year, Healeys Christmas Markets are back over the weekends from the 23rd of November to the 16th of December, set to be bigger and better and bubbling with new Christmassy elements spread around the festive farm.

    The markets will showcase stalls of tasty local produce alongside Cornish art and crafts. There’s the opportunity to pick freshly cut Christmas trees and try the range of Healeys Cornish cyders for free in Healeys own farm shop.

    More than just markets, the farm offers a full, fun day out for the family. Cyder making tours and tractor rides down to 20 acres of orchards run regularly throughout the day whilst the friendly farm animals, including donkeys, pigs, goats, ponies and shire horses are a favourite for little ones to meet. 

    Each Sunday afternoon, with a famous Healeys Sunday roast, local choirs will fill The Old Bottlery with the sounds of Cornish carols.

    It’s free entry to the farm, free parking and, of course, free samples, all of which are produced on the farm including much-loved Rattler Cornish Cloudy Cyder.

    The farm recently underwent a £3.5 million development with a new visitor centre, production halls, The Old Bottlery Restaurant and the brand new for 2018 contemporary and stylishly designed Mowhay Tea Rooms. To this backdrop, visitors can get into the Christmas spirit with stands offering the finest in Cornish crafts and savoury packaged food as part of the expansion of last year’s Christmas market.

    However, it is not just cyder that excited the team at Healeys as it is also Cornwall’s first distillery for 300 years. Visitors can sample from the spirit master counter where they will find the finest oak infused flavours of Healeys’ innovative Classic Whiskey, the double-distilled purity of its Classic Eau de Vie, or the rich, deep flavour of its ground-breaking Classic Brandy.

    Entry to the farm and parking is free all year round. Charges apply for tours and tractor rides.


     

Sunday, November 25, 2018

  • Eden Project

    Ice Skating - Eden Project

  • Eden Project

    Meet Father Christmas and his elves - Eden Project

    24 November – 24 December (selected dates only*)

    Every year Father Christmas and his elves set up camp here at the Eden Project. There are letters to sort, presents to deliver, and a very important sleigh to prepare. Father Christmas is keen to meet you and your children, so they can help. Inside the cosy tent you’ll get to see ‘behind the scenes’, including the elves’ bunkbeds, the pigeonholes full of children’s letters, and all the stockings laid out ready for the big day. After settling down for a story beside an open fire, each child can enjoy a special moment with the man in red. 

     *For available dates and times, and to book, visit our website www.edenproject.com or call 01726 811972. Pre-booking is strongly advised.

     

     

  • Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

    Christmas Market - Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

    Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm between Newquay and Truro invites visitors to get in the spirit every weekend ahead of the festive season by visiting Cornwall’s only Christmas market set on a working farm.
    Last Christmas, Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm held its very first European-style festive Christmas Markets and tasting experience attracting thousands from far and wide to one of Cornwall’s favourite attractions at its merry best. This year, Healeys Christmas Markets are back over the weekends from the 23rd of November to the 16th of December, set to be bigger and better and bubbling with new Christmassy elements spread around the festive farm.

    The markets will showcase stalls of tasty local produce alongside Cornish art and crafts. There’s the opportunity to pick freshly cut Christmas trees and try the range of Healeys Cornish cyders for free in Healeys own farm shop.

    More than just markets, the farm offers a full, fun day out for the family. Cyder making tours and tractor rides down to 20 acres of orchards run regularly throughout the day whilst the friendly farm animals, including donkeys, pigs, goats, ponies and shire horses are a favourite for little ones to meet. 

    Each Sunday afternoon, with a famous Healeys Sunday roast, local choirs will fill The Old Bottlery with the sounds of Cornish carols.

    It’s free entry to the farm, free parking and, of course, free samples, all of which are produced on the farm including much-loved Rattler Cornish Cloudy Cyder.

    The farm recently underwent a £3.5 million development with a new visitor centre, production halls, The Old Bottlery Restaurant and the brand new for 2018 contemporary and stylishly designed Mowhay Tea Rooms. To this backdrop, visitors can get into the Christmas spirit with stands offering the finest in Cornish crafts and savoury packaged food as part of the expansion of last year’s Christmas market.

    However, it is not just cyder that excited the team at Healeys as it is also Cornwall’s first distillery for 300 years. Visitors can sample from the spirit master counter where they will find the finest oak infused flavours of Healeys’ innovative Classic Whiskey, the double-distilled purity of its Classic Eau de Vie, or the rich, deep flavour of its ground-breaking Classic Brandy.

    Entry to the farm and parking is free all year round. Charges apply for tours and tractor rides.