Top things to do in January 2020
A new year is finally here, and you're ready to get stuck into things. But where to start? We're giving you the best things to do this January in Cornwall
Entertain the kids with family friendly daytime movies at The Hidden Cinema, St Mawes, perfect for a rainy day. There's a whole host of films on offer this month, we particularly like the look of the photo-realistic computer-generated remake of Disney’s traditionally animated 1994 film The Lion King.
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Falmouth Sea Shanty Fundraiser 2020
A night filled with shanty singing!
What better way to welcome in the new year than with a night filled with shanty singing! Come along for some great music and a shanty filled atmosphere.
Tickets are available from from Falmouth Wetherspoons or The Cornish Store
Unbounded: Contemporary Art Practices in Cornwall
Until 26 January
Unbounded is an exhibition of contemporary art exploring some of the many layers of Cornwall’s social and environmental landscapes. This inspiring exhibition showcases a vast range of artists, each working in or deeply connected to Cornwall, whose art-practices extend beyond the geographical boundaries of the county.
Signs of human activity and industry are becoming evident in even the most natural environments. The Eden Project, itself the transformation of a barren landscape into a haven for plant life and community, provides the perfect setting for an exhibition of works exploring our connection to Cornish landscapes; our human relationship with and impact on it.
Wine Tasting Dinner: Wines of the World: Old vs New
Enjoy a special wine tasting dinner hosted by John O’Keeffe of Christopher Piper wines at The Quarterdeck Restaurant.
There will be an elite selection of wines produced from the same grapes from around the world, including France, South America and South Africa. Guests will have the chance to compare the famous elder statesmen to the modern young pretenders. The evening includes a Champagne arrival followed by a four course tasting menu by Head Chef, Nick Lawrie, with each course specifically paired to the wines.
Price: £65pp - advance booking is required by calling 01872 500 000 or book online at www.quarterdeckrestaurant.co.uk
Waves Film Festival
Surfer, photographer and filmmaker Mike Lacey is bringing back the first installation of Waves Film Festival's incredible ocean-themed short films after a sell out screening in November 2019.
Come along for a collection of short films full of creativity and adventure, including inspirational tales of surfing, marine life and much more.
Wood to Water by James Dodds
The National Maritime Museum Cornwall's exhibition of paintings of traditional boats of Falmouth showcases the work of artist James Dodds.
This exhibition includes several new commissions including a Falmouth Pilot cutter which will be the largest painting James has ever undertaken.
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