BOOK TINTAGEL HOTELS

Join in

Send page to a friend

4940 views since 26th May 2009

Featured Destination

July 2019: Blackpool and the Lancashire Coast

Itís illumination time in Blackpool. Lancashire in October is not likely to be your choice for a sunshine break, but that is not why ...More
More Uk destinations

Events in Cornwall

King Arthur & Merlin

An event in August in Cornwall
Tintagel
Cornwall
| Update this listingsend email
write a review | more events | add an event

for King Arthur & Merlin as your favourite British event.

EVERY THURSDAY IN AUGUST.
Back by popular demand, in the legendary castle of Tintagel, meet King Arthur and Merlin as they spin tales of magic, mystery, adventure and the days of the round table. Hear tall tales of adventurous exploits and ferocious battles as King Arthur and his trusted Merlin recall old friends and foes of Medieval England.

Recited by the fantastic Rattlebox theatre, with a flair for recreating the mystique of days gone by, King Arthur's tales is guaranteed to enthral.

If you have been to this event in the past please review it for us here

More Events in Cornwall in August

Bude Carnival, Throughout the Town, Bude

Padstow Carnival, Various Venues, Padstow

Dragon Boat Race, Roadford Lake, Launceston

Newlyn Fish Festival, Newlyn

Cornish Food and Craft Fair, Gweek Village Hall, Gweek

Relentless Boardmasters, Newquay

Goonfest, Whitemoor, Indian Queens

Delabole Wind Fair, Delabole Wind Farm, Camelford

Crying the Neck

Camelford Agricultural Show, Halwill Barton, Camelford

Falmouth Week, Falmouth

Mount Edgcumbe Classic Car Rally & Fayre, Mount Edgcumbe House and Park, Torpoint

Party in the Park, Trereife Park, Newlyn

King Arthur & Merlin, Tintagel

Rip Curl Newquay Boardmasters, Newquay

Brit Quote:
Some editors are failed writers, but so are most writers. - T S Eliot
More Quotes

On this day:
Vesuvius Erupts - 0079, Battle of Sandwich - 1217, Heworth Moor Skirmish - 1453, Last Traitor Hanged, Drawn and Quartered - 1772, British Cleric Patents Corkscrew - 1795, British Burn Washington - 1814, Factory Act - 1833, Hull Airship Disaster - 1921, Huxley Finishes Brave New World - 1931, First Edinburgh International Festival - 1947
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages