The Pre-Oscars Murdery Mystery Party
Kick start the month with an evening full of suspense, drama, and murder! Our sister hotel, The Greenbank in Falmouth, are hosting a dinner party with the ultimate plot twist. Dust off your glitziest attire and prepare to dazzle at the Pre-Oscars Party. Anyone who’s anyone will be in attendance, so enjoy your glass of fizz on arrival, do some mingling, before sitting down to a three-course dinner.
Put your best detective skills to the test and crack the clues to uncover the murderer amongst you! The last few remaining tickets are on sale now, book here, and don’t miss out.
The Halloween Masked Ball
The infamous Halloween Masked Ball is returning on the first Saturday of November, as Flambards is transformed into Los Flambardos. One of the weirdest and wildest raves of the year, the theme is ‘the year 2033’, an almost unrecognisable era where AI and technology have overruled humanity.
Get ready for a rebellion against the robots, and a celebration of human intelligence as the biggest Cornish party of the season hits Helston with an incredible line-up of DJs playing from 6pm-6am!
The Artisan Market
For something a little less rowdy, swap the Masked Ball for the markets at this weekend pop-up in the stunning setting of Truro Cathedral. Browse through over 60 stalls and meet the artisan traders behind beautiful brands and products from all over Cornwall.
From ceramics, jewellery, and clothing, to candles, soaps, and spirits, it’s the perfect opportunity to get a head-start on your Christmas shopping. When you’re done, take a stroll up to The Alverton for a coffee in the gardens, or a spot of lunch from our new menu.
Dawn French at The Hall For Cornwall
Comedy-lovers wondering what’s on this November in Cornwall need look no further. The Hall For Cornwall is welcoming comedian, actress, and fellow resident of Cornwall, Dawn French to the stage for one night only.
She’ll be bringing her infectious energy and dry British humour to the iconic venue, sharing the hilariously embarrassing anecdotes from behind the scenes of her years spent in the limelight. Book your tickets, and settle in for an evening of stand-up that’ll have you cackling in your seat.
Charity Sleep Out
Ever wondered what it feels like to sleep rough? The Eden Project have been hosting their annual Charity Sleep Out for the last 9 years, inviting people to swap their beds and homes for a night under the stars with just a sleeping bag.
Raising money and awareness for homelessness in Cornwall, the Charity Sleep Out is a chance to not only give your time and donations to the cause, but to truly put yourself in the shoes of someone in the position of homelessness.
Heligan Night Garden
It’s that time of the year when the enchanting glow of magical lanterns light up The Lost Gardens of Heligan after dark. Grab yourself a hot chocolate or mulled wine and wander through the winding paths of the woodland and garden trails, illuminated by whimsical creatures and characters throughout.
Take your time admiring each magnificent and surprising display, pause to toast marshmallows over a roaring fire pit, and tuck into something warming in one of the cafes along the way. It’s the perfect family-friendly attraction this winter.
Notflix at AMATA
Musical fans will love what’s on this November in Cornwall. Head to Falmouth for a five-star performance of Notflix, an improv comedy show from an all-female cast of talented women, singing and acting out musical numbers from your favourite films. It’s the show that’s led completely by the audience, which has been nominated for multiple national awards. Get tickets now!
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Tunnel of Lights
The annual tunnel of lights celebration, hosted at the Shipwreck Treasure Museum, is back for another year. A complete winter wonderland for the whole family, step in from the cold coastal breeze and into a dazzling display of lights and festive surprises. Santa is even set to pay a visit on selected dates, so don’t miss out on your chance to meet the big guy himself!
Our Favourite Cornish Winter Gardens
Cornwall is renowned for its golden beaches but turn inland and you’ll find a wealth of beautiful gardens open to the public all year round. Explore our favourite Cornish winter gardens.
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