We’re absolutely thrilled to welcome cultural producer – film-maker, author, musician and educational consultant – Will Coleman as our April Ambassador of the Month. He’s the man behind Cornwall’s Man Engine (who’s Resurrection Tour 2018 begins in Cornwall this weekend!) and with his huge interest in Cornish language, identity, traditional music, culture, and community celebration, we couldn’t wait to steal five minutes of this time to discover his favourite Cornish experiences and excursions!
In 2016, 150,000 people turned out to meet the largest mechanical puppet ever constructed in Britain, the 11.2m tall giant miner celebrating the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site – The Man Engine.
Your bash at Heartlands with performers dotted throughout the entire mine site and buildings.
Singing Trelawny at the Albert Hall – I know it’s not in Cornwall: but with 6,000 Cornish people there it felt like it was!
Gig rowing followed by pasty and a pint and a proper Cornish sing-song.
My missus of course!
It’s got to be Eden!
Penberth to Porthcurno.
I don’t know about ‘different’ but walk the Tin Coast and visit Geevor Tin Mine – epic!
The Iron Mines between Lostwithiel and Restormel.
West Coast of Scotland or various Greek Islands.
Kober, Arghans? Sten, Sten, Sten! Yn pub karrek? Yn pub men! Kober, Arghans? Sten, Sten, Sten! An gwella sten? Yn Kernow!
The Man Engine Resurrection Tour 2018 starts in Cornwall this weekend! See him at Geevor Tin Mine Museum on Saturday, Heartlands Cornwall on Easter Sunday and Royal Cornwall Events Centre on Easter Monday.
Find out more and book tickets here: https://manenginetickets.com/