Falmouth Lodge chosen by Guardian Travel as one of their top recommendations for budget travel spots in UK.
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Date Event More Info
Monday and Tuesdays Our ‘Poly’ cinema has an eclectic mix of fringe screenings lined up for Monday and Tuesday nights Visit the Poly site for more details
Sunday Nights Gylly Cafe – on the beach – only 2 minutes away!

Free live music – right on the beach from 7.30pm. Catch some great bands!

Visit Gyllybeach site for more details
The Princess Pavillions and Gyllyngdune Gardens are looking gorgeous and we can hear the lovely Summer Jazz sessions from out front garden!  Check out their listings for a wide variety of Music and Theatre and Workshops – from old faithful – but excellent – cover bands to brand new and inspiring new artists.  Visit the Princess Pavillion site for more details
The National Matritime Museum has a new state of the art show  Viking Voyagers – don’t miss it – its FAB!                 They’re also displaying fascinating stories of Women and the Sea and have embarked on a Cornish Gig Building Project together with Help for Heroes.  Visit the NMMC site
 Many of our town pubs are hosting a wide variety of live music
 Future Highlights for Falmouth
July
Princess Pavilion & Falmouth Theatre Company presents MY COUSIN RACHEL adapted by Diana Morgan from the novel by Daphne du Maurier. Every Thursday until 1st Sept
23rd – 27th Zestifal returns to Falmouth – a whole host of FREE action packed activities for you to try out in town and on the beach – pilates, zumba, tennis, archery, triathlon, climbing, swimming and paddleboarding!!.
Have fun and keep fit
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26th – 28th The Siege of Pendennis – being played out in Pendennis Castle Find out more
26th – 28th Neptunalia – by Kneehigh Theatre at Trebah Gardens More info
28th  Much Ado About Nothing – at Trelissick Gardens More info 
31st Parklive – our monthly community-based music festival showcasing an eclectic range of local talent – in our beautiful Kimberly Park. More info
August
Grand Medieval Jousts every Tuesday and Wednesday at Pendennis Castle More Info
2nd to 4th  Neptunalia – by Kneehigh Theatre at Trebah Gardens More Info
5th Pasty Cline Tribute Concert at Princess Pavillions – only 20meters away – Hank Williams and Jim Reeves too – don’t forget your boots ‘n hat!
7th Gylly Beach Triathalon – 2 mins from Falmouth Lodge  More Info
5th – 14th Internationally Famous Falmouth Week – the largest Regatta in the South West with load of shore-side fun and frivolities as well  More Info
9th – 11th Neptunalia – by Kneehigh Theatre at Trebah Gardens  More Info
10th Joe Pasquale is back at Princess Pavillions – just across the road!  More Info
13th Miracle Theatre’s The Magnificent Three – playing at the Princess Pavillions pretty much next door! More Info
20th – 21st Bee Fayre at Enys Gardens – anything and everything to do with these wonderful Beasts!! Only 10 mins drive from here.  More Info
27th Games on the Moor – take a break from shopping!!
28th Parklive – our monthly community based music festival showcasing an eclectic range of local talent – in our beautiful Kimberly Park  More Info
September
2nd  Broken Brass Ensemble in Princess Pavillions  More Info
18th  Gyllyngdune Tea Festival – all things tea – tasting dancing and madness!! Over the road at Princess Pavillions of course!  More Info
23rd – 25th  Great Cornish Food Festival in Truro  More Info
24th  Games on the Moor – take a break from shopping!!
The Ultimate Bob Marley Experience – across the road at Princess Pavillions
25th  Parklive – our monthly community-based music festival showcasing an eclectic range of local talent – in our beautiful Kimberly Park.  More Info
October
1st  Falmouth’s Moonlight Memory Walk – women walking in memory of those loved and lost
7th  The Electric Swing Circus are back after selling out last year – not to be missed this time and only 20 metres from our door!  More Info
13-16th  Falmouth Oyster Festival – a celebration of Cornish Seafood – right here in the centre of Falmouth  More Info
15th  Ride the Trafalgar Way starts right here from Pendennis Point – and follows the historic route to Westminster that the news of Nelson’s victory took.  More Info
27th – 28th  Spooky Halloween Tours at Pendennis Castle – billed as a Terrifying Treat!  More Info
29th  The Buzzcocks – themselves – over the road at Princess Pavillions!!
November
12th – 13th  Cornwall’s Contemporary Poetry Festival  More Info
20th – 23rd  Falmouth Beer Festival