Arts and cultural events

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 | Miracle Theatre | The Tempest | Cornwall

    Miracle Theatre presents The Tempest

    22 August – 30 August

    Fantastic open air theatre throughout July and August at fabulous open air locations across Cornwall. With the original text respectfully shaken and stirred, Miracle Theatre applies its offbeat and humorous style to this classic Shakespeare play. Click for dates and locations.

  2. Golden Tree Theatre

    Gogmagog v Corin the Intergalactic Giant Slayer

    23 August – 30 August

    What happens when you take an ancient Cornish Myth, spice it up with an eclectic mix of space-age ingredients and serve it inside a medieval rocket-ship arena?

  3. Events in Cornwall | Drawn to the Valley | Tamar Valley | Cornwall

    Drawn to the Valley - Artists of the Tamar Valley

    Near Gunnislake 23 August – 31 August

    An essential part of the Tamar Valley creative calendar will be held from 23rd to 31st August 2014 across the Tamar Valley region. Drawn to the Valley is a group of over 150 local artistsincluding painters, sculptors, calligraphers, jewellers and textile artists,

  4. 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.

  5. Grand Bard Gorsedh Kernow

    Gorsedh Kernow

    Torpoint 01 September – 07 September

    The Esedhvos Festival, Monday 1 – Sunday 7 September, is held every year at a different location in Cornwall to celebrate Cornwall's distinctive identity and Celtic heritage, newly recognised under the Council of Europe’s Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities. 

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