What’s on this weekend in Falmouth
Well the big fella is due in four more sleeps! We are still trying to figure out who is the real Mr Clause in this picture.
This year has proved that there really is nowhere quite like Falmouth for festivals, celebrations and events. Christmas is no exception. So if you are lucky enough to be spending Christmas with us then here are a few more things for you to enjoy and fill you full of festive spirit.
Trebah Garden – Santa Days – December 21st, 22nd, 23rd – 10.30am – 3.30pm
If you are visiting Falmouth then you can’t leave before visiting the beautiful gardens of Trebah. This time of the year the gardens are transformed to celebrate the arrival of Father Christmas. Stunning at any time of the year it is hard to believe this hidden gem could get any more enchanting but it does!
Follow the trail of the elves to find Santa in his grotto and be entertained by Falmouth’s very own magical wizard, ‘Tarquin’. Plus get all jazzed up with, ‘Brushstrokes‘, Christmas themed face-painting.
Trebah Garden Trust, Mawnan Smith, Nr Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5JZ
The Miracle Theatre Company – ‘Frankenstein’
The Poly Falmouth – December 23rd and then 27th, 28th & 29th
Cornwall is so proud to be home to this genius, creative and immensely talented theatre company. If you are looking for something quite out of the ordinary from the usual Christmas Panto then here it is.
This superb and witty twist of the classic tale will have you transfixed from start to finish but don’t just take our word for it!
‘Saw “Frankenstein” tonight in Truro and it was superb. It was funny, entertaining and melancholy. So beautifully paced and Truly entertaining. gosh what a talented lot. That. there Shelley could have had much more of a laugh if you’d have been in Geneva that night….it really felt like you performed it for the audience.’
Tickets are available from The Poly – 01326 319461
Cornwall Harmony Choir – Saturday 22nd – 10.15am – Watersports Centre
Stroll through Falmouth Town on Saturday and you will hear the sound of our largest choir. As hundreds of choir members join together in a tradition that has lasted over 100 years.
Leaving the Waterposrts Centre at 10.30am and then passing through the town to arrive at the Seven Stars Inn on the Moor at 1pm. Stopping at intervals along the way to sing traditional Christmas carols, hymns and shanty’s.
This is the moment you know Christmas is just around the corner.
Merry Christmas to you all!