Date: Thursday 27th December 2018
Merry Folking Christmas!
It’s back and it’s bigger than ever!
Now in its 5th year, Merry Folking Christmas continues to offer excellent live music, art and theatre and for only £10!
THE ODD FOLK once again host their Christmas party, supported by the gorgeous festive harmonies of the FOXES FAIR.
Later on it’s over to the JUNKYARD CHRISTMAS BAND; a homemade handpicked creme de la creme of local talent playing all your favourite carols with a BIG twist!
If that’s not enough, downstairs will be turned into a tropical Christmas carnival by EL NINO, with a special guest appearance from KING LOUIS himself.
As always The Acorn will be transformed into a winter wonderland by local artists as they create their very own Narnia.
So get dressed up and let’s get Merry!
Tickets are non-refundable.
Standard : £10.00
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Phone 01726 879500
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St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth, Truro, St Mawes, St Austell, Bodmin, Liskeard , Launceston
Heartlands, Pool, Redruth
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Phone CRBO on 01726 879500
Buy over-the-counter at Tourist Offices in St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth, St Mawes, Truro, St Austell, Bodmin, Looe, Liskeard & Launceston plus 'Heartlands'Pool Redruth or 'The Well House' in Fowey.
The Acorn, Penzance is a small, independently run arts venue with charitable status, in the heart of Penzance, Cornwall.
Being an intimate and friendly venue has meant that it has become highly regarded by visiting artists and audiences alike. By presenting the best of small scale arts and entertainment The Acorn, Penzance is one of the longest running venues in Cornwall.
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(NB now available until at least 6.00pm before an event)
Concession rates (where available) : Full-Time Education, Invalidity Benefit
(Children over 3yrs, unless otherwise stated on the event)
Please note that, unless otherwise stated, a £1.00 Theatre Fund has been added to the price of all tickets to help maintain The Acorn as a community arts venue