What's On
Today

See what's happening today in Falmouth, Truro and the Roseland, around Fal River, Cornwall.

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What's On Today

Below you'll find a list of everything you can do and see today in this wonderful part of Cornwall.


From the latest event and festivals to art exhibitions and live music, here you'll find something to fit every taste.

If you need help planning your day or would like any further information about the events below then please contact us.

What's On Today

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Tea Dance

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Tea Dance

30 March

St Mawes Memorial Hall, 2pm - 4pm, tickets £5

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30 Mar
The Great Food Fight at The Rosevine

The Great Food Fight at The Rosevine

30 March

2 head chefs, 2 evenings, 2 courses each... This is The Great Food Fight!

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30 Mar
Falmouth Spring Festival 2017

Falmouth Spring Festival 2017

30 March — 17 April

Celebrating Falmouth’s open spaces, terrific coastline and gardens. Sponsored by the University of Exeter.

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30 Mar +18 Days
Captain Bligh: Myth, Man, Mutiny at The National Maritime Musuem

Captain Bligh: Myth, Man, Mutiny at The National Maritime Musuem

17 March 2017 — 7 January 2018

The museum's second major temporary exhibition for 2017, from 17 March 2017 to 7 January 2018

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17 Mar +296 Days
Trelissick House Open

Trelissick House Open

11 February — 29 October

After being closed for the winter clean throughout January, the house will open to enjoy from February half-term

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11 Feb +259 Days
Trelissick Night Run

Trelissick Night Run

From 28 January

Whether you're a walker, first-time runner, experienced off-roader or family looking for adventure, join this fun event around Trelissick!

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28 Jan
Skeleton: New Sculpture from Old Boats at the Maritime Museum

Skeleton: New Sculpture from Old Boats at the Maritime Museum

10 November 2016 — 30 April 2017

On Friday, 11 November 2016, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, opens a new sculpture exhibition by our first ever ‘artist in residence’.

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10 Nov +170 Days