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Events in Falmouth

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Upcoming Falmouth Events

The next 5 events in Falmouth appear below. Please use the calendar above to browse events on a particular date and find out what's on.

16 Dec 2017 to 17 Dec 2017

Enjoy Christmas the Cornish way with fireside tales, traditional dancing, mulled wine, mince pies, carol singing and crafts in the castle keep. Venue: Pendennis Castle
14 Dec 2017 to 31 Dec 2017

This December, Miracle breathes new life into the second most famous Christmas story in the world – Charles Dickens heart-warming masterpiece ‘A Christmas Carol. Following a sell-out run of ‘Cinderella’ last year, Miracle is back at Falmouth’s Princess Pavilion, with a re-telling of this timeless classic about the cold-hearted miser Scrooge and his joyous redemption. Jam-packed with unforgettable characters, laughter, music and the latest digital trickery, Miracle will propel you on a ...
21 Dec 2017 to 03 Jan 2018

It’s hard to imagine now, but at the beginning of the 19th century Christmas was hardly celebrated. The Victorians transformed this. Step back in time and see how families celebrated the festive season. Revel in traditional celebrations and entertainment and busily make preparations for Christmas, 1800s style, taking part in some fun festive activities along the way.
17 Mar 2017 to 07 Jan 2018

This exhibition tells a story that challenges the more commonly known Hollywood depiction and brings to life one of the greatest small-boat survival stories in history featuring relics from the voyage and a specially built reproduction of the Bounty launch.
17 Mar 2017 to 07 Jan 2018

This exhibition offers a ground-breaking and comprehensive history of British tattooing; featuring cutting edge designers, leading academics and major private collectors.

Latest Falmouth Features

The latest Falmouth articles from Resort Cornwall are previewed below.

21 Apr 2017
Garden Glory There are more than 70 superb gardens in Cornwall and the milder year-round climate is perfect for growing ‘sub-tropical’ plants – many of which cannot grow anywhere else in the UK – and Cornwall abounds with lush gardens. In the last couple of centuries a distinct gardening tradition has developed in Cornwall. Wealthy landowners and industrial families sent sailors and plant hunters off all over the world to bring back samples of rare ... Read more...

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