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16th July 2018

Cornwall in September

From internationally acclaimed theatre performances and open-air garden concerts to watercolour workshops and fascinating walking tours - September is full of exciting things to do.

Band Concerts at Victoria Gardens

Sunday 2 (Four Tunes Saxophone Quartet) & Sunday 9 September (Lostwithiel Town Band)

Truro has a number of public gardens - Victoria Gardens is a littel oasis found in the heart of city. The bursts of colours in the flower beds and the gentle trickle of the fountains provide a wonderful backdrop to the live openair band concerts


Kneehigh’s FUP: A Modern Fable

Friday 7th September - Saturday 22 September

The Asylum at The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Kneehigh are an internationally acclaimed theatre company from the heart of Cornwall. Under their nomadic domed Asylum they create magical, breathtaking, emotive, hilarious and joyous theatre. FUP returns to Cornwall for another season, and it is truly wonderful.


Truro Walking Tours

Every Wednesday


Discover the hidden history of Truro. Wander through marketplaces and art galleries, unearth the fascinating connections between Poldark, The Titanic, intrepid explorers and famous entertainers.


Watercolour Botanical Illustration Workshop

Monday 24 September


Led by artist Sarah Jane Humphrey, learn to draw and paint flora with accuracy and precision. With a scientific scrutiny of subject matter, you’ll produce images that combine Victorian idealism with 21st Century aesthetics. All abilities are very welcome.


Cathedral City Markets

Friday 28 & Saturdya 29 September

Truro, Lemon Quay

Truro is home to some of the best independent retailers and you’ll find these nestled alongside big national shops. The Cathedral City Markets celebrates all that makes Truro a great shopping destination - arts, crafts, food, drink and gifts all under one roof.


Titanic Stories at National Maritime Museum Cornwall

Throughout September

Falmouth, 11 miles from The Alverton

The Martime Museum’s major new exhibition Titanic Stories, examines the stories of the Titanic’s sinking on 15 April 1912. The exhibition presents rare and never-seen-before objects, as well as the retelling of personal stories of the survivors, victims and descendants of the Titanic disaster.


The Alverton is found in the heart of the county and all the county's best attractions and destinations are just a hop, skip and jump away. Find out more about staying at The Alverton during your September break to Cornwall

The Alverton Hotel

Your Cornish Break

Just £99 a Night

Includes a Cream Tea on arrival, a great nights sleep and a hearty Cornish breakfast