Why not enjoy the Bank Holiday at The Lugger Inn?
On Sunday 5th May there is music from Quijada from 2.30pm and on Monday 6th from 2.30pm there is live music from the Boundless Brothers. Their traditional carvery is also available.
The Lugger Inn, The Promenade, Penzance.
Summer will soon be here so while you are working on your summer body why not have your belly pierced at Medusa so you can show it off with a little bit of bling!
Medusa Piercing & Tattoo Removal, 26 Causewayhead, Penzance.
Treat yourself to delicious food and drink at The Old Lifeboat House Bistro over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
The bistro will be open from 12 Noon on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th May and opens for Dinner from 5.30pm on Monday 6th.
The Old Lifeboat House Bistro, Wharf Road, Penzance.
Why not visit Blacks of Chapel Street over the Bank Holiday weekend? Blacks is a small, friendly Dining Room & Bar tucked away in Penzance’s historic core serving great food and drink.
Blacks of Chapel Street, 12-13 Chapel Street, Penzance.
Fancy a Bank Holiday getaway or staycation? Bosuns Holidays offer luxury self-catering & holiday cottages based in and around West Cornwall. You can full their full selection of properties on their website; https://www.bosunsholidays.co.uk/
Kick start the long-weekend at The Turks Head. Friday Night is Cocktail Night with two cocktails for just £10 from 10pm.
The Turks Head, 49 Chapel Street, Penzance.
The Boatshed Cafe Bar is located on the picturesque harbour side of Penzance and are famous for their chargrilled steaks and locally caught seafood dishes… the perfect Bank Holiday treat!
The Boatshed Cafe Bar, The Harbour, Penzance.
Performing at The Acorn Theatre over the Bank Holiday weekend;
Saturday 4th May, 8.00pm – Spencer James
Spencer James has been the lead vocalist & guitarist with the sixties legends The Searchers for over 32 years. The Searchers will be retiring in 2019 and now Spencer is appearing for the first time in his own solo show.
Sunday 5th May, 8.00pm – Victoria Klewin Sings…..Blossom Dearie
The life and work of the late jazz/cabaret pianist and singer, Blossom Dearie, is celebrated with reverence and charm by this Bristol-based group of top musicians.
The Acorn Theatre, Parade Street, Penzance.