Whats on

What's on The comprehensive and up-to-date guide

What's on Cornwall - our essential and up-to-date guide to what's on in Cornwall including fun events for children, surf festivals, live music, agricultural shows, arts festivals and quirky local events. Our listings provide a comprehensive guide to all events and festivals with ideas to suit all ages, interests and budgets. 

Follow us on Twitter @IloveCornwallUK for more events and activity ideas.

Searching What's On


Search Results: 66Showing: 1 to 5
  1. Zestifal | Falmouth | Health | Lifestyle | South Cornwall


    25 July – 02 August

    The big new one! A celebration of Falmouth’s healthy outlook and lifestyle.ZestiFAL will showcase a whole range of different activities inviting the public to have a go.

  2. National Marine Week, What's on, Dolphins, Cornwall

    National Marine Week

    25 July – 09 August

     Summer is simply not complete without a visit to the coast, join Cornwall Wildlife Trust and delight in our dolphins during  National Marine Week!

  3. Charlestown Regatta Week, Cornwall

    Charlestown Regatta Week

    St Austell 25 July – 31 July

    A week of fun events for all the family including includes events such as the fun triathlon, raft races, donkey derby, live music and colourful carnival to raise funds for the local community.

  4. Kneehigh Theatre, The Asylum, 946 at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pentewan, Cornwall

    The Kneehigh Asylum

    St Austell 25 July – 09 August

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

  5. Looe Carnival

    Looe Carnival Week: entertainment for the whole family

    Looe 26 July – 01 August

    The highlight of the Looe Lions' calendar with a week of events that appeal to everyone. Entertainment for the whole family is guaranteed as the busy seaside town gears up for seven days of fun



Sponsored features

Dog friendly Cornwall

Dog Friendly Cornwall

Dogs love Cornwall, and Cornwall loves dogs. Find out more about dog friendly places to stay, beaches and places to visit.
Food in Cornwall


Now internationally famous for its cheeses, wines, seafood, plus celebrity chefs, make the most of Cornwall's culinary delights.

Kneehigh Theatre at Heligan Woods

Kneehigh’s Asylum returns this summer with 946, adapted by Michael Morpurgo and Emma Rice from Morpurgo’s The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips.
Explore all Cornwall has to offer


Use our maps and planning section to explore Cornwall and find the best place for your holiday and what to do while you're here.