Events this Month in Cornwall (November 2019)Twice As Nice
Events this Month in Cornwall
There is always something happening in Cornwall as it is such a luxurious and beautiful area of the UK. Music, literature, arts & craft, food and drink and much more are in abundance in events at Cornwall. If you are thinking of visiting this incredible part of the country then check out what’s on this month to see if it peaks your interest. Soon enough, you’ll be joining the locals in celebration and be surrounded by an atmosphere of Cornish culture.
Craft Workshops at Bedruthan Hotel
At this event you can learn from an expert tutor how to make something amazing. This craft workshop also offers a range of courses throughout the year for anybody wanting to learn the ways of the craftsmen. This event is located in Mawgan Porth on the North Coast of Cornwall.
This is the latest exhibition to be included at Penlee’s House located in Penzance in the West of Cornwall. This exhibit brings many different artists’ works and puts them together to create a centre for art from the 20th century.
Famous Nigerian-born artist Otobong Nkanga is to add new and existing works to the art gallery of Tate St Ives. St. Ives is a small town located in West Cornwall.
This event is on at Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley and is set in the Carnglaze Caverns. At this event you will step deep down underground and experience live music like never before.
Located on the South Coast of Cornwall in Falmouth, artist James Dodds will be showing off his work in his latest exhibition which is Wood to Water. James Dodds was inspired to do this work by the small boats that can be seen in the South West of Cornwall.
Head on down to Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley in Liskeard to see what is going on at Sterts Theatre during the Autumn of 2019.
This exhibition is made up of work that has been created since 1961 by key members of the the Penwith Society. It also looks at the impacts that these members have had on the art world. This event takes place in West Cornwall, St. Ives.
Come to the West of Cornwall to experience some great food, refreshing drinks and listen to some live music. What better way to spend a Sunday?
The Eden Project, located on the South Coast of Cornwall in St. Austell, is once again opening up it’s ice rink. Everyone is welcome, from pros to beginners, to join in the fun.
Another even hosted at the Eden Project, that will be going for two weeks so there is plenty of time to attend. Welcome to a world of magical beasts and mythical creatures for you to discover on you Halloweden adventure.
Located in the West of Cornwall is Paradise Park and for this Halloween you can come along and take a trip around the Pumpkin trail and ride the ghost train! There’s even a disco for children to dress up as their favourite monsters for a disco.
Taking place at the Old Sardine Factory Heritage Centre this Autumn is the Spooks and Smugglers Season event. Uncover tales and mysteries of secretive smugglers and hear the spooky stories that come with them. You will also have a chance to discuss Cornish Folklore and create your own puppet at the puppet making workshops. The Old Sardine Factory Heritage Centre is located on the South Coast in Looe.
Come to Cornwall and you won’t be able to miss the many fireworks displays that will be taking place this Autumn.
This Halloween, head down to Pendennis Castle on the South Coast in Falmouth to get the scare of your life! It’s fun for all the family and children can join the quest around the castle to discover creepy crawlies. The adults can wait until nighttime for a guided tour through the shadow-world of ghosts!
Taking place in Newquay on the North Coast is the Lowender peran Festival. This festival will celebrate traditional music, dance, storytelling, songs and their Celtic links to Brittany, Ireland, the Isle of Man and Scotland. The Singer Gwenno will be headlining the festival this year.
The Unbounded event is an exhibition of contemporary art and explores some of the many of Cornwall’s beautiful environments. The Eden Project is located on the South Coast in St. Austell.
If you head to Wadebridge on the North Coast on Saturday the 2nd November you can join in the first ‘Big Doggy Day Out Christmas Festival’ at the Royal Showground.
Occuring on the South Coast in Cornwall is a 1920s themed party held by Mr. Jay Gatsby himself. Be prepared for an evening of fine dining and luxury.
This event has a very ambitious lineup and is made up of great artists from the UK and other parts of the world. This event will be hosted in Bude on the North Coast.
This year the venue is much bigger and in a new location on the South Coast which is perfect to host the Christmas fair. There are 70 talented makers, designers and illustrators who will be gathering at the fair with their stalls full of homemade items and decorations. For anyone looking for an original Christmas present then this is the place to be.
Cornwall Rocks is a brand new festival taking place on the South Coast. The main headliners are The Quireboys, Diamond Head and Massive Wagons so be sure not to miss it!
The Cornish Winter Fair is a free event taking place in Wadebridge along the North Coast. This event is held undercover within the Exhibition Halls at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre. The event is to celebreate everything to do with farming and food in Cornwall and there is free parking on site.
Taking place in Truro on the South Coast is the spectacular festivity that is Truro City of Lights. People gather in weird and wonderful attire and everything is illuminated throughout the streets.
Hosted on Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm, located between Newquay and Truro on the North Coast, is the Cornish Christmas Markets event. Head on over to Healey’s to experience the only Christmas market set on a working farm in Cornwall.
Featured at this fair are some of the most talented craftspeople from the South West gathering in Mawgan Porth on the North Coast. There are three levels of stalls which inclue art, ceramics, illustration, fashion, textiles and much, much more.
Taking place in Truro on the South Coast is the Cornwall Christmas Fair which features handcrafted wall hangings, jigsaw puzzles, pottery and calendars just to name a few.
This is going to be the biggest party of the year for everyone who loves everything to do with beer. Come and try a true taste of the South West in St. Austell.
Taking place in Helston, West Cornwall, is the Flambards Christmas Craft Fayre which is always packed with festive cheer and family friendly activities.
Returning once more to Mawgan Porth on the North Coast is the Bedruthan Sugar and Spice Grotto. Bringing you a magical experience like no other, ensure you head on over this year to discover the magic for yourself!
Taking place in St. Austell on the South Coast and being hosted by the Eden Project is yet another Christmas event. Meet Father Christmas and all his elves at the Eden Project this Christmas!