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More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Peter Rabbit (Autism Friendly)
Peter Rabbit, his cousin Benjamin and his triplet sisters Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail spend most of their days stealing vegetables from the garden of Mr. McGregor, a nearby farmer. After Mr.
The Poly, 24 Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall
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More details - Cornwall Rocks
With The Quireboys, Diamond Head and Massive Wagons headlining plus fifteen other very different, but striking bands performing, this will undoubtedly be a great festival and one live music event not to miss in the South West!
Tencreek Holiday Park, Polperro Road, Looe
Fri 15 Nov 19 to Sun 17 Nov

More details - Tavonians Theatre Company presents Brontë by Polly Teale
Brontë is beautiful and lively evocation of the real and imagined worlds of the Brontë family
Callington, PrimRaf Theatre
Fri 15 Nov 19

More details - Bude Folk Festival - Sounds in the South West
Returning to a beautiful part of the country with our first Folk Festival in Cornwall....... To celebrate our rich history of Folk Music, this year’s line-up comprises a mix of traditional sounds from across the UK and wider afield, offering something a little different for those that like a broader musical...
Penstowe Manor Resort, Penstowe Road, Kilkhampton, Bude
Fri 15 Nov 19 to Sun 17 Nov

More details - Zennor Arts & Crafts Christmas Fair
Zennor Arts and Crafts Christmas Fair offers ceramics, jewellery, feltings, books, original art, prints & cards, photographic art, hand made soap and much more. All day cafe serving tea, coffee & home made cakes.
Zennor Village Hall, Zennor near St Ives
Fri 15 Nov 19 to Sun 17 Nov

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Jellyfish
Fifteen-year-old Sarah has to keep her family afloat. As the sole caregiver to her family and manic-depressive mother, she juggles looking after her younger siblings and a part-time job with her school work.
Cornwall Film Festival @ King Charles Hall, New Street, Falmouth, Cornwall
Fri 15 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Screening & Tour: Mid90s with Falmouth Art Gallery exhibition
In 1996, 13 year-old Stevie finds an escape from his troubled home life in Los Angeles when he befriends a group of teenage boys at a skate shop and decides to become a skateboarder. Despite his inexperience, the four other boys take him in and Stevie responds positively, eager to please the young rebels.
Cornwall Film Festival @ King Charles Hall, New Street, Falmouth, Cornwall
Fri 15 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Vice
After opening with the 9/11 attacks, the film flashes back to Wyoming in 1963, where a young Dick Cheney struggles with alcohol and is convinced by his wife to clean up his act.
WTW: St Austell Cinema, River Walk,, Saint Austell, Cornwall
Fri 15 Nov 19

More details - Autumn Fayre
Come and enjoy a chat, company of friends, and purchase a few items from a varied selection of stalls including Country Kitchen (cakes, chutneys, preserves etc), Bric-a Brac, Chocolate Tombola, Crafts, Accessories,Bottle Tombola and Raffle, to name but a few.
St Augustine of Hippo RC Church, Woodland Road (opposite ASDA), St Austell
Sat 16 Nov 19

More details - Cornish Winter Fair
Come and celebrate all that’s great about Cornish farming and food at The Cornish Winter Fair. It’s a free event, held entirely under cover here within the Exhibition Halls at the Royal Cornwall Events Centre, Wadebridge. There’s plenty of free parking on site.
Royal Cornwall Events Centre, Wadebridge
Sat 16 Nov 19

More details - Tavonians Theatre Company presents Brontë by Polly Teale
Brontë is beautiful and lively evocation of the real and imagined worlds of the Brontë family
Upton Cross, Sterts Studio
Sat 16 Nov 19

More details - Cotehele - The Christmas flower garland at Cotehele
When the residents of Cotehele first hung a modest Christmas display in the hall in the 1950s, little did they know how their simple decoration would turn into the magnificent tradition it is today. This year the Christmas garland has 32,000 flowers, all grown on the estate.
Cotehele, St Dominick, near Saltash,
Sat 16 Nov 19 to Sun 5 Jan 2020

More details - Cotehele - Festive family trail
Wrap up warm and bring the family to Cotehele to follow this fun festive trail. Booking Not Needed.
Cotehele, St Dominick, near Saltash,
Sat 16 Nov 19 to Sun 5 Jan 2020

More details - 3 Daft Monkeys
Festival favourites 3 Daft Monkeys will perform a brand new set of quirky, original and upbeat fiddle-driven tunes. With Celtic influences, their infectious dancing rhythms lead you through a musical journey of the senses and emotions, and will leave you breathless, enthralled and exhilarated.
Helland Village Hall Tredethy Road Helland Bodmin
Sat 16 Nov 19

More details - Ellis Ensemble
This international trio of piano, clarinet and bassoon will perform works by Mendelssohn, Bruch, Poulenc and Piazzolla. All welcome.
Minstrels Music Centre, Canworthy Water
Sun 17 Nov 19

More details - Crafts for Christmas
Cornish Handmade Jewellery from the Cornish jewellery Collection Langore Crafts, including Helen’s Teddies and all things knitted and crocheted, Crochet Baby Jackets, hats and booties.
Langore Village Hall Launceston. .
Sun 17 Nov 19

More details - Woodfired Sessions | Jolly Roger
They are described as ‘traditional, yet exciting’ and bring together a clever mix of ’sea shanties and harmonies’. Complemented on their funny and lively shows, @jollyrogerbanduk are full of energy, take pride in their performances and are ‘bound to get your toes tapping’.
Polurrian on the Lizard Polurrian Rd Mullion
Sun 17 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - A Dog's Way Home
As a puppy, Bella is given a good home by a young man named Lucas after he and his girlfriend Olivia find her on a construction site in Denver, Colorado.
WTW: Plaza Cinema, 69 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall
Mon 18 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Johnny English Strikes Again (Autism Friendly)
The third installment of the Johnny English comedy series sees Rowan Atkinson returning as the much loved accident prone secret agent. The new adventure begins when a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain, leaving Johnny English as the Secret Service’s last hope.
WTW: St Austell Cinema, River Walk,, Saint Austell, Cornwall
Mon 18 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Missing Link (Autism Friendly)
Ambitious explorer Sir Lionel Frost is ridiculed by his peers for believing in myths and monsters the world over. After receiving a letter claiming to know the location of an undiscovered creature, the Missing Link, Frost sets out to prove everybody wrong and make himself famous.
WTW: Plaza Cinema, 69 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall
Tue 19 Nov 19

More details - Langore Craft Afternoons
Open to everyone. Bring your own craft and share the companionship of like minded people. Knitting, sewing, crochet, card making, anything you like. Admission £1, includes tea/coffee. First and Third Wednesday every month.
Langore Village Hall, Launceston.
Wed 20 Nov, Wed 4 Dec, Wed 18 Dec

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - A Star Is Born
Despite suffering from tinnitus, Jackson Maine is an established singer playing to thousands of adoring fans in venues across the US. Setting out to find a local bar after his latest performance, he stumbles upon a young singer named Ally who wows him with her rendition of La Vie en rose.
WTW: Plaza Cinema, 69 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall
Wed 20 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
Mixed-race teenager Miles Morales is a brilliant student but is struggling to adjust to his recent placement at an elite Brooklyn college, and attempts to deliberately fail tests to get himself thrown out.
WTW: St Austell Cinema, River Walk,, Saint Austell, Cornwall
Fri 22 Nov 19

More details - The Countrymen
An evening of song and harmonies by 6 very talented middle aged men!!
Epworth Hall Helston
Fri 22 Nov 19

More details - INTO FILM FESTIVAL - Mary Queen of Scots
In 1561, Mary has returned home to rule Scotland after the death of her first husband, the King of France. With a claim to the English throne, she writes to her cousin Elizabeth I who is worried about being overthrown by Mary to list her demands.
WTW: Plaza Cinema, 69 Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall
Fri 22 Nov 19

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