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.
Elsa Taylor’s inspiration derives from her home in the Cotswolds, her travels to the Umbrian hills, the dramatic beauty of the far north of Scotland and the north coast of Cornwall — it is these very different landscapes that form the bedrock of her work.
Inception is our first contemporary art exhibition exploring abstract painting, ceramics and jewellery design by artists and makers practicing locally and across the UK.
A week of inventive creativity for 12-16 year olds, at Truro College from 10am to 3pm: - Monday 24th July: Ceramics - Tuesday 25th July: Jewellery & Metalwork - Wednesday 26th July: Photography - Thursday 27th July: Drawing - Friday 28th July: 3D
Courtney Pine presents Black Notes From The Deep featuring special guest vocalist Omar. 'In a class of his own' The Times 'Courtney Pine was one hailed as the saviour of British Jazz.. he still is' The Independent
Free activities at the Royal Cornwall Museum - (Under 16s) MESSY MONDAYS - various times between 11am & 3pm
National Theatre Live Angels in America - Part two, Millennium Approaches Part 2, Perestroika America in the mid - 1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell.
Celebrate the career of one of rocks greatest icons, Rod Stewart - from street busker through to international superstar.
The Cathedral City Market marquee is back showcasing a range of produces from arts, crafts, food, drink and gifts.