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With Christmas over and the new year finally here, it's time to look forward to what 2016 has to bring! For starters, we have taken a look at what is happening near us in January, just to whet your appetite for your next visit!

Winter Gardening at the Eden Project


When? 9th January

As part of the "What to do in the garden in..." series, the Eden Project will be looking at how you can manage your garden effectively throughout the different seasons. The course lasts half a day, and is led by one of the horticultural specialists at the Eden Project.

Jobs that are done at the correct time of the year is best for both you and your plants, so why not head along and see if you can pick up a hint or two? Full details and ticket booking (which is essential) can be found on the Eden site here: https://www.edenproject.com/learn/for-everyone/short-gardening-courses/what-to-do-in-the-garden-in-winter.

St Blazey Amateur Operatic Society presents Peter Pan


When? Saturday 16th - Saturday 23rd January (excluding 19th)

For the first time, St Blazey Amateur Operatic Society will be performing the magical story "Peter Pan" at the Keay Theatre in St Austell, which is just a short drive from our boutique hotel, Cornwall. Directed by Mike Meer, choreographed by Nicky Stevens with musical director Aaron Barker, get ready to be transported to a colourful world of make believe!

For more information and contact details for the box office, visit the website here: http://www.stblazeypantomime.co.uk/.

Doc Martin Filming Location Tours


When? Throughout January

At just under an hour away from our hotel, it is a bit further than the other events, but is a must do for fans of the ITV show! Enjoy a fully guided hour and a half walking tour around Port Isaac, which acts as the location for the fictional village of Portwenn in the show.

The tour is led by a local who has also starred as an extra, and will recount various anecdotes from filming. See the Doc's house and surgery, Mrs Tishell's pharmacy and much more! With a history dating back to Henry VIII, Port Isaac is steeped in history, which you will learn about on the tour. You will also get the chance to pick up some Doc Martin souvenirs as well!

For more information and booking of the tour, visit the website here: http://britmovietours.com/bookings/doc-martin-tour/.

Bob Fox - An Evening with the War Horse Songman


When? Friday 22nd January

As with the Doc Martin tour, this event is about an hour away from our hotel, but is well worth the travel! Bob Fox played the role of Songman in the record breaking National Theatre's West End production of War Horse.

Currently on a gap year, Bob is performing a number of solo dates, which offer viewers the chance to experience his rich voice and virtuoso guitar style in a more intimate surrounding. Performing all of the songs from War Horse, alongside newly written material used in the BBC Radio production Ballad of the Great War, this is a must see for lovers of the theatre!

More information and ticket booking can be found here: http://calstockarts.org/friday-22-january-bob-fox-an-evening-with-the-warhorse-songman/.

The Troy Players Present Festival of Death - A Murder Mystery Evening

When? 28th January - 30th January

Get ready for devilish entertainment, as you try and solve the question of "who dun it?" Set in the village of Whye-oh-Why, the Festival Committee are trying to organise this year's festival, but not everything is going to plan. The celebrity guests of honour are not keen to turn up, and someone has been helping themselves to the funds for the festival...

Of course, someone gets bumped off and everyone has a secret to hide... Will you be able to find out who the culprit is? Festival of Death will run for three nights at Fowey Town Hall, starting at 7.30 and featuring a two course supper. Booking is essential, and can be done from Bookends on 01726 833316.

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