For over a decade, The Oggymen have championed contemporary Cornish folk music and celebrated those songs that bind us to our landscape, to our community, and to our past.
In the beautiful setting of Trebah Gardens Amphitheatre, join The Oggymen to hear their acclaimed arrangements of songs that have been sung in Cornish communities both past and present.
Their wide repertoire ranges from trade union songs appropriated by Cornish miners in the 1980’s to those sung at Falmouth Working Boat regattas and Cornish pilot gig races within recent memory. This evening promises to be an unforgettable experience, in this unique venue.
- This event takes place in our open-air amphitheatre and we are used to the Cornish weather! Outdoor events will only be cancelled in extreme weather conditions, so please bring a coat.
- Please allow 20 minutes before the performance starts to walk to the amphitheatre.
- With tiered seating and plenty of leg room, there’s no need to bring your own chairs (but a cushion is a good idea). Please be aware, that seating is unreserved.
- A number of cushioned seats with back supports are available at the amphitheatre on a first-come-first-served basis.
- For large parties and groups, please arrive in plenty of time if you would like seats together.
- Due to the topography of the garden there is limited access to the amphitheatre, which may not be suitable for all types of mobility vehicles. We will do everything we can to make sure you can see the show but please call us on 01326 252205 before booking to discuss.
- Our only toilets are within the Visitor Centre at the top of the garden. Although many of our paths are lit it is advisable to bring a torch with you.
- Free parking is available for all events.
- Trebah loves dogs but unfortunately they are unable to attend live performance events.