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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. Drawn to the Valley, Tamar Valley, Callington, Calstock, Saltash, Cornwall

    Drawn to the Valley - Artists of the Tamar Valley

    Near Gunnislake 29 August – 06 September

    An essential part of the Tamar Valley creative calendar, with events held across the Tamar Valley region. Drawn to the Valley is a group of over 150 local artistsincluding painters, sculptors, calligraphers, jewellers and textile artists.

  2. Grand Bard Gorsedh Kernow

    Gorsedh Kernow

    St Austell 01 September – 06 September

    The Esedhvos Festival is held every year at a different location in Cornwall to celebrate Cornish literature, art, music, dance and sport; to link Cornwall with other Celtic countries. In 2015 celebrations will take place in St Austell.

  3. Heritage Open Days, Cornwall

    Heritage Open Days

    10 September – 13 September

    Celebrates England's fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission. A once-a-year-chance.

  4. St Ives September Festival 2014

    St Ives September Festival

    St Ives 12 September – 26 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

  5. Truro Day, Boscawen Park, Truro, Cornwall

    Truro Day

    Truro 13 September

    Truro Day – community day at Boscawen Park, celebrating many of the voluntary organisations who make Truro unique and special. Over 40 local community groups will be showcasing what they do for the City. Children's fun activities.