AberFest, the Festival of Breton and Cornish Dance, Music and Friendship, comes to Falmouth again this Saturday and will include performances at eight locations across the town.

The festival always takes place on Easter weekend, but alternates every year between Falmouth and Breizh-Kernow in Brittany.

It starts with the grand parade which will leave The Moor at 12.30pm and make its way to Custom House Quay. Then, between 2pm and 4pm there will be Cornish and Breton performances at 5 Degrees West, The 'Front, The Chainlocker, The Huddle, The Kings, Mangos, The Grapes and Finn M'Couls.

The 2018 AberFestNoz and Ceilidh will be held between 7pm and 11pm at King Charles Hall in New Street. Entry costs £8 for adults and £3 for children and there will be a licensed bar. Seven Breton and Cornish groups will take the stage, playing a mix of traditional and contemporary folk tunes.

AberFest 2018 will conclude with an informal social at 5 Degrees West from 11pm. This is open to over 18s only.

For full details go to aberfest.wixsite.com/aberfest.