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Best of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly is the leading guide to What’s On and Where To Go in Cornwall and the isles of Scilly providing information on the latest events, places to visit, and things to do for both adults and children. Whether you are looking for shows at Hall for Cornwall, live music in Falmouth, art exhibitions in St. Ives, events at Eden Project or gardens in Penzance, our extensive listings have something for everyone..
Events To Look Out For This Week!
What's on and where to go in Cornwall ... See our Event Listings for full details
28th June Under Fives: Museum Minnows: An hour of creative play, stories and craft activities for under fives. Our learning centre is transformed into a multi-sensory play area for our free family drop-in sessions.
15th - 26th June: Polperro Music and Arts Festival: The week long free festival will have plenty of live music, an arts and crafts fair, comedy , the lighting of the solstice bonfire, the colourful village carnival and much more!
ON THE STAGE
17th - 22nd June: Midnight Tango: Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace have dazzled television audiences for seven series of the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing with their stunning Tango routines. Now they have created their own live show - Midnight Tango – a breathtaking evening bringing all the drama, sensuality and elegance of this most exciting of dance forms to life.
Now - 22nd June: A forgotten friendship: When Christopher Wood (1901-1930) arrived in Paris in 1921, he had only just started to draw but knew he wanted to become one of England's greatest painters. There he met many great artists, including Pablo Picasso, as well as a young Englishman named Cedric Morris (1889 - 1982). This exhibition shows a selection of their stunning and evocative landscapes alongside portraits of their mutual friends.
OUT AND ABOUT
21st - 23rd June: Rock Oyster Festival: Rock Oyster Festival is one of the leading artisan food festivals in Cornwall and takes place at the stunning venue of 17th century Dinham House overlooking the Camel Estuary near Wadebridge. Savour delicious oysters and enjoy entertainment from live bands and DJs, circus acts, endless kids’ entertainment, alternative performing arts, a shopping bazaar, and food demonstrations.