Royal Cornwall Museum Exhibition: Heart of Conflict - Cornwall's Struggle in World War One. Sacrifice, Love, Loss
The Royal Cornwall Museum is home to Poldark author Winston Graham's handwritten manuscripts, The Winston Graham Historical Fiction Prize, and even Winston Graham's typewriter.
Get Ready for adventure with explorer Richard Lander Born in 1804 with a strong ambition to travel, explorer Richard Lander, the son of an innkeeper had his first trip to Africa at the age of 19 when he visited the River Niger.
"An exhibition based on the idea of a voyage of discovery, a quest for knowledge has become very much part of my working process. My most recent odyssey has taken me in a slightly different direction, to a small group of islands in the Aegean sea, the Cyclades." Neil Canning.
Join the schools of the St Piran's Cross Multi-Academy Trust as they take you on a journey exploring music from around the world.
Churches together in walking invite people to join their walk to discover parts of Cornwall through walking whilst enjoying fellowship along the walk. To join a walk, meet at the car park behind the skatepark in St Georges Road, Truro at 9.30am. Transport (car share) will be arranged.
Lunchtime organ recital at 1.10pm Tim Parsons (Exeter Cathedral)
10 week Ceramics Workshop on Wednesdays from 6.30pm to 8.30pm beginning on 26th April 2017 at Truro School. For beginners or those with experience - aged 16+ Cost £100 Includes refreshments and all materials. Free Parking
Julius Caesar - Royal Shakespeare Company Live at the Cinema The Rome season in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre opens with the politics of spin and betrayal turning to violence.
Some People v Reginald D Hunter at the Hall for Cornwall Theatre Reginald D Hunter returns to the UK in 2017 with his highly anticipated brand new show.