Top Things to do in January 2022
27 December 2021
With a new year comes new beginnings and a celebratory start; so take a look below at our pick of things to see, do, try and experience to kick off 2021 the right way!
St Mawes Ferry
This coming January, enjoy some time out on the water with a trip to St Mawes or Falmouth on the St Mawes Ferry. This magical route connects the old world fishing harbour of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula with the bustling maritime port of Falmouth steeped in history and heritage. At this time of year the ferries depart from Falmouth’s Prince of Wales Pier at quarter past the hour, and from St Mawes quarter to the hour. Soak in the serene surroundings this winter on board the St Mawes Ferry…
Hall for Cornwall
There are a number of fantastic shows to see at the newly refurbished Hall for Cornwall theatre in January, take a look below at next months shows:
Tuesday 4th : Welsh National Opera Orchestra
Wednesday 5th : Money for Nothing
Thursday 6th : Lee Memphis King - One Night of Elvis
Friday 7th : The Simon & Garfunkel Story
Monday 10th - Saturday 15th : Saturday Night Fever
Sunday 16th : Illegal Eagles
Tuesday 18th : Lost in Music
Wednesday 19th : I’m Still Standing
Thursday 20th : St Petersburg Ballet
Tuesday 25th - Saturday 29th : Private Lives
Sunday 30th : Royal Marines Band
National Trust Trelissick
Winter Wander Trail
This winter, treat your little ones to a world of adventures at Trelissick on the Percy the Park Keeper’s winter wander trail. Join in the fun with Percy and his animal friends and give nature a helping hand.
Philleigh Way Cookery School
If your New Year's resolution is to spend more time experimenting in the kitchen and improving your cooking skills, a must do activity for January is to sign up to one of Philleigh Way Cookery School’s courses. Take a look below at their January line-up:
Wednesday 5th : Pasties & Cream
Saturday 15th : Simply Bread
Sunday 16th : Fermentation
Thursday 20th : Vegetarian Cooking
Friday 21st : Vegan Half Day
Saturday 22nd : Pasta Making
Sunday 23rd : Street Food
Wednesday 26th : Fish Half Day
Thursday 27th : Knife Skills
Sunday 30th : Asia 101
Sunday Lunches at Trebah Garden
Sunday 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th
The extra special Cornish Sunday Roast is back at Trebah Kitchen. Each week will focus on a different locally-reared meat supplied by traditional quality butcher Brian Etherington. We use only the freshest local vegetables and every roast is served with a delicious homemade Yorkshire pudding! Vegetarians are also catered for and a reduced main menu is available. Sunday Lunch is served 12pm - 2pm, every Sunday until the end of February. Booking is essential; please see a member of the Trebah Kitchen team or telephone 01326 252200 and press 3 for Trebah Kitchen.
Falmouth Art Gallery
Thanks for the Apples Exhibition
Until Saturday 22nd
This extraordinary exhibition presents a unique opportunity to experience new work by nationally and internationally acclaimed contemporary artists. These sculptures, paintings, textiles and films will be shown alongside historic hidden treasures from the Cornish museum collections that inspired them. Thanks for the Apples is the realisation of a major project devised and curated by Naomi Frears and Ben Sanderson featuring artworks by Yemi Awosile, Nicolas Deshayes, Kira Freije, Georgia Gendall, Katie Schwab, Daniel Sinsel, Caragh Thuring and Marie Toseland.
The Art of Animation - From Scribble to Screen Exhibition
From Saturday 29th
Do you know what goes into the making of an animated film? It may be more than you think! This exhibition brings together never-before-seen work from the companies behind such films as The Gruffalo, The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Mr Bean, The Snail and the Whale and Shaun the Sheep. See the inner workings of the production process, get involved with our workshops and learn how to make your own animated film. This is a partnership exhibition with Falmouth University.
Explore Falmouth on the Falmouth Coaster Bus
This hop-on, hop-off circular open top tour around Falmouth and the surrounding area is a great way to see the sights of the town! With great views of the waterside, Pendennis Castle, the pretty town of Falmouth itself and the National Maritime Museum on route, the Falmouth Explorer is a great and simple way to navigate your way round Falmouth and the surrounding area. Buses run on the hour, every house between 10:00 and 16:00.