Top things to do in January 2019
28 December 2018
Happy New Year! There's a whole catalogue of events going on around the river this month; check out our guide to the best January events and get your 2019 underway in style.
Miracle Theatre- Aladdin
7 December - 5 January
Hundreds of folks young and old have flocked to the Princess Pavillion to see the Miracles magical christmas show, Aladin, since it opened early December. The must-see show has received rave reviews from critics and local audiences.
Miracle are well know n for their outstanding Christmas productions and this year’s is quite possibly the best yet.
Don't miss out!
Titanic Stories at NMMC
Until 17 January
Make sure you get to see NMMC’s major exhibition and explore stories of the momentous sinking of the Titanic before it closes.
Working in collaboration with private collectors from overseas and national museums in the UK, ‘Titanic Stories’ presents rare and never-seen-before objects and items, as well as retelling the personal stories of many of the survivors, victims and descendants of the Titanic disaster, including those from Cornwall.
Pay once and get in FREE for a year! More at NMMC.CO.UK
Ice Skating at Eden
Until 24 February
If you didn't go for a spin around the Eden Project's glittering ice rink over the festive period, then don't worry - it's open until mid February.
Everyone is welcome, from complete novices to figure skating pros. If spectating is more your thing, you can snuggle up rink-side with a delicious hot chocolate or a tasty burger while you cheer on your family and friends.
January is a wonderful time for walking in this part of Cornwall.
With ancient woodlands, dramatic cliff tops and secluded beaches you're spoilt for choice when it comes to finding a place to leave your frosty footsteps around the Fal River.
We all love a crisp winter walk especially when there's a cosy spot with a Sunday Roast en route! Check out our Top Winter Walks and Sunday Lunch Combos and choose a stroll near you.
Join the Parkrun Revolution
Never has running been so inclusive and enjoyable thanks to this new global phenomenon. Parkruns are free, weekly 5K timed runs that take place in parklands all over the country.
Open to all ages and abilities, you can run, walk or jog your way around the route, it’s a fantastic way to get outdoors, get active and meet lots of new friends along the way.
The Trelissick Parkrun takes place every Saturday at 9am.
Join Falmouth’s state of the art Health Club
January is a great time to make a fresh start. If your new year’s resolutions involve improving your health fitness or wellbeing, perhaps you should consider joining Falmouth’s state of the art fitness club.
St Michael's Health Club and Spa offer a wide variety of memberships, which can be tailored to your exact needs. From Fully Inclusive, to Swim Only and Gym Only options, there is something to suit all requirements and budgets.
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Discover the magic of Trebah Garden and enjoy a fresh, nutritious, sustainable dinner in the Garden Kitchen. The catering team will be focusing different foodie themes on certain days throughout January from Fish Friday to Roast on Sunday.
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Luxury Secret Cinema Experience
As much as we love the great outdoors, these colder months are also a great excuse for snuggling up and watching a good movie.
Treat someone special to a trip to the Hidden Cinema, with 25 luxury reclining leather seats St Mawes Hotels Cinema events make for a truly unique and intimate experience.
There are some fantastic films coming up this month See whats on at the St Mawes Hidden Cinema