Roots Culture Summer Market - Mount Pleasant Eco Park
Discover a community of independent makers, creatives and upcyclers at the Roots Culture Summer Market. Set on the rolling cliff tops of the north Cornish coast, at Mount Pleasant Eco Park in Porthtowan, peruse the stalls full of intriguing local crafts and one-of-a-kind products.
The maker’s markets will be joined by an array of vegan and veggie food vendors. Enjoy some tasty food, whilst The Tropical Pressure Sound System plays some mellow, uplifting beats to keep everyone entertained.
Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival - Healey’s Cyder Farm
Get ready for a cider-swashing, proper Cornish knees-up at the annual Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival. The rustic party marks its 10th birthday this year, and the celebrations are set to be a jolly and joyful affair. Taking place at Healey’s Cyder Farm, set in the verdant fields surrounding the brewery, pitch up a tent, park your campervan, or treat yourself to a glamping pod.
Enjoy a party in the farm with live music from local bands, BBC Introducing Stage, and a silent disco. Discover the weird and wonderful with Grandma’s sofa derby and the Rattler Olympics, and release your tensions with a trip to the Zen Den.
Taste of Truro, A Celebration of Local Produce at The Alverton
On the 9th September, we’ll be hosting our first veggie tasting evening at The Alverton. Head Chef Ollie will be championing the cream of the crop from Cornwall’s seasonal, homegrown produce. Join us for a six-course plant-based menu, where vegetables are the star of the show.
From earthy purple-pink beetroot to nutty, sweet celeriac, this is the perfect autumnal menu to welcome in the harvest month of September.
📷: The Alverton
The Ocean At The End Of The Lane - Hall For Cornwall
If you’re a theatre lover, be sure to book tickets to the National Theatre’s five-star, family-friendly stage adaptation of The Ocean At The End Of The Lane.
From the original story written by best-selling author Neil Gaiman, and produced by the names behind War Horse and The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, prepare to get lost in a thrilling tale of adventure and fantasy. Reviewed as ‘hauntingly memorable’ and ‘theatre at its best’ by The Independent, it’s not a show to be missed. Coming to the cobbled streets of our Cornish capital this September.
📷: ATG Tickets
North Cornwall Book Festival
Tickets are now on sale for the North Cornwall Book Festival. The perfect occasion in the calendar for literature lovers and book worms. Join like-minded readers, explore new genres, and listen to inspiring talks from authors and poets.
Set in the peaceful parish village of St Endellion on the north Cornish coastline, get ready to discover new page-turners, or pick up some tips for your own writing journey from experts in the industry.
An Evening With Johnny Cowling - The Alverton
Expect to hear the roar of laughter echo through The Alverton grounds, as we are delighted to be joined by Johnny Cowling for a night of Cornish comedy at its silliest and most outrageous.
Head over to The Great Hall on the 22nd September, grab a piping hot pasty and a pint of ale on us, and take your seats for a side-splitting evening of humour and entertainment. Starting at 7pm, we can’t think of a better way to start the weekend than a Friday night full of comedic relief. Tickets are now on sale, we’ll see you there!
📷: The Alverton
Newquay Beer Festival - Hendra Holiday Park
What if we told you that sinking a few of your favourite Cornish brews could be your good deed for the week? Newquay Beer Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary as a charity event, fundraising for important causes in Newquay, and across Cornwall. Having raised a staggering £80,000 over the last ten years, the event will be returning this September, pouring plenty of fantastic ales and lagers, alongside live music and delicious food.
Femmes De La Mer - The Minack Theatre
Ascend the stoney steps carved into the cliffs overlooking the white sands of Porthcurno, and you’ll stumble upon one of the world’s most unique open air amphitheatres. Whilst we’d recommend visiting anytime of the year just for the views alone, choosing to see a performance here is something that should be on everyone’s Cornish bucket list in our opinion!
If you’re a fan of sea shanties, we can’t think of a more spectacular location to listen to the melodies of the ocean. Following a successful sold-out tour supporting singer-songwriter Ben Howard, female shanty band Femme De La Mer will be returning to their Cornish roots and treating the west coast to a bold performance of shanties from their new album, Today’s Haul. Mesmerising and steeped in tradition, tickets are selling fast.