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What's on: arts and cultural events From literary festivals to local celebrations of Cornish tradition

A guide to key arts and cultural events in Cornwall. Browse listings covering literary festivals, theatre, community interactive arts events and local celebrations of Cornish tradition.

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  1. What's on in Cornwall | The Kneehigh Asylum | Lost Gardens of Heligan | Pentewan | Cornwall

    The Kneehigh Asylum

    St Austell 29 August – 28 September

    Internationally acclaimed Cornish theatre company Kneehigh will present their radical new show at the Asylum in September 2014, in the stunning location of the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

  2. St Ives September Festival 2014

    St Ives September Festival

    St Ives 13 September – 27 September

    With over 300 events planned for this year, there will be something for everyone, so come to our beautiful town and join our St Ives September Festival celebrations – two weeks of great music, exhibitions, walks, talks, workshops, films, comedy, theatre, plays, stories and poetry. 

  3. Events in Cornwall | SPLASH | Falmouth | Cornwall


    Falmouth 20 September – 28 September

    Falmouth will once again be a creative explosion of sight and sound! The 2014 schedule will appear very soon, in the meantime browse below at what we did last year. That'll get your creative juices flowing!...

  4. Midcentury & Vintage Fair

    Mid Century and Vintage Fair 2014

    Mawgan Porth 11 October – 12 October

    Cornwall’s second annual Mid Century & Vintage Fair is a celebration of iconic mid-century and vintage design. On sale will be iconic mid century modern furniture, vintage clothing and retro home wares, as well as lots of fun and quirky collectables. 

  5. Fal River Autumn Walking Festival

    Fal River Autumn Walking Festival

    Helford 17 October – 02 November

    Encompassing the very best of what the Fal River has to offer, the walks will encounter historical points of interest, meander along coast paths, pass through areas of outstanding natural beauty and world heritage sites.