The Roseland Festival is a celebration of culture, arts, music, literature, history & heritage, food & drink and the great outdoors. This year the festival will be held between the 22nd April and the 5th May on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula – more information and the programme can be found below.
Formed in 2006, The Roseland Festival aims to bring a high-quality festival to the Roseland, featuring cultural events to appeal to both residents and visitors in an area that has a lot to offer. In addition to the festival, two weeks of events in local halls and pubs are put on for the community, making the festival a true celebration of Cornish togetherness.
We have added the quick reference highlights below, and included the 2023 programme of events for you to download or look through. For more information on the logistics of particular events, or to buy tickets, visit their event page here or purchase tickets from the Cornish Riviera Box Office website. You can also open the programme in a new tab here.
A poly-tunnel pop-up supper.
This Farm feast tales place in a cosy, candlelit polytunnel, on a farm overlooking St Mawes bay, the chef is Rupert cooper from Philleigh Way Cookery School and all produce on the 3 course menu will be directly sourced from the land of Carwarthen Farm.
A crab and white wine lunch with Curgurrel Farm
a local farm shop and family of fisherman who land crab and lobster out of Portscatho (home of Simon Stallard’s new pub ‘The Standard’) are hosting a dining event for the very first time! In their barn with festoon lighting, haybarns and lovely big dishes of seasonal salads.
Kayaking treasure hunt
Local company Roseland paddle and Sail, is putting on a kayaking treasure hunt up the Percuil river to St Mawes and back, collecting clues all along the shores and a finale prize.
Author talk with Wyl Menmuir
An evening In Conversation with Man-Booker prize-nominated writer Wyl Menmuir.