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What’s On This Week: Mon 18 – Sun 24 Sept

MON 18 - SUN 24 SEPT

How’s your week so far? Meh, there’s plenty to look forward to in the next few days – you just need to know where to find it. Get started with this week’s Muddy Guide…

Woodfired Sessions, Philleigh Way, Philleigh, Truro, Thurs 21 Sept

Woodfired Sessions, Philleigh Way: What's On Cornwall September 2017

Cookery School Philleigh Way has three special evenings lined up for September and this is the last. Their Woodfired Sessions combine great food and music and take place in the newly covered outside area (with heating for the late Sept crowd). The ‘Best’ evenings star authentic Argentinian Asado with local beef and lamb not to mention tunes from local favourite Suzi Mac.

Book at Philleighway.co.uk

My Mountain Life with Simon Yates, Hall for Cornwall, Fri 22 Sept

Simon Yates Hall for Cornwall: What's On Cornwall September 2017

Mountaineer Simon Yates (of Touching The Void fame) will be at Hall For Cornwall this month to share tales of his incredible adventures. Witness his tireless journey from that famous story of survival in Peru to some of the remotest mountains on the planet. Told with wit, dry humour and lavishly illustrated with images and video, collected on his great climbs.

Get tickets at Hallforcornwall.co.uk

Great Cornish Food Festival, Lemon Quay, Truro, Fri 22 – Sun 24 Sept

Great Cornish Food Festival: What's On Cornwall September 2017

For three days, Truro’s Lemon Quay will play host to the largest event dedicated to Cornwall’s remarkable food and drink. Michelin starred chef Nathan Outlaw, will once again open the festival on Fri 22 Sept and will be doing a demonstration on the main stage of the Chef’s Theatre. Other local chefs on the line-up include Jack Stein, Adam Banks (Fifteen Cornwall), Guy Owen (Idle Rocks) and Phil & Christine Jensen (Peboryon).

Find out more at Greatcornishfood.co.uk

Henry’s Little Big Gig, Henry’s Campsite, Lizard Village, Fri 22 – Sat 24 Sept

Henrys Little Big Gig: What's On Cornwall September 2017

A fantastic live music and ale festival based at the award-winning Henry’s Campsite, on the Lizard Peninsula. The three-day family festival, celebrates Cornwall’s creative talent, in music, beer making and much more. There will also be creative workshops (yoga, drumming, crafts, pottery and more), authentic street food and a tropical fancy dress competition.

Book at Littlebiggig.co.uk

Lusty Glaze Sundowner Sessions, Lusty Glaze Beach, Newquay, Fri 22 & 29 Sept

 Lusty Glaze, Charlie Bowdery: What's On Cornwall September 2017

Lusty Glaze was named by The Times as the UK’s most picturesque place to watch live music and every Friday they host free Sundowner Sessions. There are just a couple more to go before we shift to Woodburner gigs, so book a table and enjoy some great local talent. This week, catch rising star Charlie Bowdery or drop by next Friday for indie folk singer Frozen Houses.

Find out more at Lustyglaze.co.uk

Yoga Hub Fest, Coastal Valley Camp & Crafts Campsite, Porth, Sat 23 – Sun 24 Sept

Yoga Hub Fest, Coastal Valley Camp & Crafts: What's On Cornwall September 2017

Yoga Hub Fest is a not for profit event, bringing together a fantastic collection of teachers in yoga, meditation and wisdom. The festival is hosted at Muddy award-winning campsite, Coastal Valley Camp and Crafts and guests can choose from a full timetable of inspiring yoga workshops, talks, music, kirtan and silent disco yoga as well as delicious veggie food and wellbeing stalls.

Book tickets at Yogahubfest.org

Heligan Harvest, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Sat 23 Sept – Sun 8 Oct

Heligan Harvest: What's On Cornwall September 2017

There’s teasingly little information on the Heligan website so far but here’s what we know… This year’s Heligan Harvest has a cornucopia of events lined up and sees the home of the ‘Finest Productive Garden’ in Britain celebrating its gardening year in traditional style, culminating in two incredible feast nights.

Find out more at Heligan.com

Robyn Denny and Albert Ruess Exhibitions, Newlyn Gallery & The Exchange, opening Sat 23 Sept

Robyn Denny Exhibition: Newlyn Gallery and Exchange: What's On Cornwall September 2017

A new solo exhibition celebrating the work of the internationally acclaimed painter Robyn Denny opens on 23 Sept and will be presented across both galleries. The Picture Room at Newlyn Gallery will have an exhibition of paintings by Albert Reuss on show from 23 Sept too.

Find out more at Newlynartgallery.co.uk

Still going strong:

Taste of Scilly Festival, Isles of Scilly, Fri 1 – Sat 30 September

Taste of Scilly, the festival that has foodies flocking to the Isles of Scilly, is back in September with a month-long celebration of the very best in food, drink and produce from the famously unspoilt archipelago. Throughout September, there’s a fresh foodie experience to savour every day, from lobster feasts to Scillonian produce markets, from beach barbecues to evening supper boats.

See the full programme of events at Visitislesofscilly.com

St Ives September Festival, Sat 9 – Sat 23 Sept

St Ives September Festival: What's On Cornwall September 2017

A 15-day festival in one of Cornwall’s most vibrant artistic hubs. St Ives Festival offers a mix of music, art and food, drawing culture-seeking visitors from around the country. Highlights include live music in the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden, performances from John McCusker Band, Toploader and Cara Dillon at The Guildhall, Ronnie Scotts in St Ives at The Western Hotel and numerous art workshops and open studios.

Find out more at Stivesseptemberfestival.co.uk

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