The Poly

24 Church St, Falmouth : 01326 319461
The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society

More information 21 May
Monday
07:30pm

Ghost Stories

FILMS: Co-directed by The League of Gentlemen’s Jeremy Dyson, Ghost Stories is a ghoulish playground for the undead and otherworldly – and there’s no hiding from the bogeyman here. Ardent skeptic of all that goes bump in the night, Professor Goodman (Nyman) is launched into a spook-filled quest when he receives a letter from beyond the grave.

More information 23 May
Wednesday
07:30pm

The Bookshop Band

MUSIC: The Bookshop Band are the musical offspring of an artistic love-affair between a group of award winning songwriters and an independent bookshop in the UK, Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights. The songs are the musical outpouring of the band’s own response to books they have read.

More information 24 May
Thursday
07:30pm

Lee Robert: 'Black Holes & Heavy Souls' Album Launch

MUSIC: To celebrate the release of his third studio album, ‘Black Holes & Heavy Souls’ Lee Robert and his band are taking to the stage for an exclusive show, performing their biggest show yet, on one of Falmouth’s grandest stages.

More information 26 May
Saturday
07:00pm

Beginning To Speak: Georgian and English Poetry Reading

TALKS: Join us for an evening of friendship and poetry, in English and Georgian. Acclaimed Georgian poet Diana Anphimiadi will read from her latest chapbook, Beginning to Speak, alongside her English poet-translator Jean Sprackland. The two poets will talk about their work, together with leading local translator Natalia Bukia-Peters, exploring the weird and wonderful things that happen when you carry poems from one language to another. All welcome and no knowledge of Georgian required!

More information 28 May
Monday
07:30pm

Wonderstruck

FILMS: Part children’s coming-of-age tale, part homage to silent cinema, entirely wonderful. Based on the acclaimed book written by The Invention of Hugo Cabret author Brian Selznick, Wonderstruck is a remarkable story of two children, Ben and Rose, who secretly wish that their lives were different.

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From established names to the next generation

Truly local crafts including jewellery, ceramics, glass and prints at The Poly Guild.

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Relax with a pre-show drink

Come for a pre-show drink in our new bar, with wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Open 30 minutes before each performance and for interval drinks.

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Falmouth History Archive

The Falmouth History Archive is led by a friendly and committed group of volunteers who have a wealth of knowledge about Falmouth and its history.

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More FilmsFilms // Coming up

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21 May
Monday
7:30pm

Ghost Stories

Co-directed by The League of Gentlemen’s Jeremy Dyson, Ghost Stories is a ghoulish playground for the undead and otherworldly – and there’s no hiding from the bogeyman here. Ardent skeptic of all that goes bump in the night, Professor Goodman (Nyman) is launched into a spook-filled quest when he receives a letter from beyond the grave.

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More MusicMusic // Coming up

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23 May
Wednesday
7:30pm

The Bookshop Band

The Bookshop Band are the musical offspring of an artistic love-affair between a group of award winning songwriters and an independent bookshop in the UK, Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights. The songs are the musical outpouring of the band’s own response to books they have read.

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More TheatreTheatre // Coming up

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25 May
Friday
7:00pm

FECCLES presents Harvey

FECCLES (Falmouth and Exeter Universities Drama Society) present Harvey. Harvey, a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Mary Chase, is the story of a perfect gentleman, Elwood P. Dowd, and his best friend, Harvey -- a pooka, who is a six-foot tall, invisible rabbit.

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More ExhibitionsExhibitions // Coming up

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21 May
Monday
10:00am

Edges of Water

Edges of Water is an exhibition of paintings, drawings and objects by local artists Lesley Plumridge and Mary Trapp.

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More TalksTalks // Coming up

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26 May
Saturday
7:00pm

Beginning To Speak: Georgian and English Poetry Reading

Join us for an evening of friendship and poetry, in English and Georgian. Acclaimed Georgian poet Diana Anphimiadi will read from her latest chapbook, Beginning to Speak, alongside her English poet-translator Jean Sprackland. The two poets will talk about their work, together with leading local translator Natalia Bukia-Peters, exploring the weird and wonderful things that happen when you carry poems from one language to another. All welcome and no knowledge of Georgian required!

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More DanceDance // Coming up

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10 June
Sunday
10:30am

Scruffy Mutt Dance Competition

Come and join Scruffy Mutt in their first in-house competition. Sit back and enjoy the wonderful talent the young people have to offer. From musical theatre to dance, this amazing event will fundraise money for upcoming Scruffy Mutt productions and competitions.

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More WorkshopsWorkshops // Coming up

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18 April
Wednesday
10:30am

Baby Sing and Sign

Bring baby along and learn together! Join this friendly group as you and your baby learn to communicate with music and actions.

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