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Monday 23rd May - Tuesday 24th May

Son of Saul

Dir: László Nemes – HUNGARY – 108mins (15)

Winner of the Best Foreign Language Film at the 2016 Oscars and winner of the Grand Prix at Cannes, this is an unforgettable holocaust drama set inside Auschwitz.

Saul is a Hungarian-Jewish prisoner whose horrific job is to help burn the camp’s dead.  

Son of Saul

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Wednesday 25th May 7:30pm

BAFTA Shorts 2016

The best British shorts of the year – UK – 74mins (15)

Edmond – Dir: Nina Gantz | UK | 2015 | 9 mins – Edmond’s impulse to love and be close to others is strong… maybe too strong. As he stands alone by a lake contemplating his options, he goes on a journey backwards through his life, and revisits all his defining moments in search for the origin of his desires.

Bafta Shorts 2016

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Thursday 26th May 8:00pm

Jonny & The Baptists: The End Is Nigh

 

A musical comedy about family, friendship and environmental disaster.

Last year, Jonny accidentally told his four-year-old niece that climate change would end the world. To stop her crying, he and Paddy promised to fix it. They really tried very hard…

The new show from the UK’s hottest musical comedians, THE END IS NIGH offers their most personal – and apocalyptic – venture to date.

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Coming up in • Music

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Sunday 29th May 8:00pm

Near-Ta presents: Sing For The Poly!


The 24 Hour Musical is back!

Get ready for the musical experience of a lifetime, featuring a cast of performers from the community! The twist? The entire cast is auditioned and rehearsed in 24 hours! This show will be nothing without YOU, and everyone who auditions will be cast! Whether you’re an actor, a singer, a dancer, all three or none, it’s set to be a fun and funny weekend, so please come along and take part!

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Monday 30th May - Tuesday 31st May

Eye in the Sky

Dir: Gavin Hood – USA – 102mins (15)

Helen Mirren and the late, great Alan Rickman star in this searing thriller which investigates an urgent and thorny issue: the widespread use of drone warfare by western governments during conflict.

Focussing on one particular locale, a shanty town in Kenya where jihadi suicide bombers from terrorist group al-Shabaab are reportedly ensconced following the Nairobi shopping mall attack.

Exhibitions

Spring Gallery

Tuesday 24th May - Sunday 29th May

Sue Davis, Lesley Harry & Jane Smith: Flow

Three Falmouth artists working in different disciplines have joined
together to explore their responses to the idea of ‘Flow.
Jane Smith’s medium is glass and ceramic whilst Lesley Harry is a
print maker and Sue Davis, although initially working in ceramic, has
turned to painting and mixed media. For all three artists their move to
Cornwall fed their delight in the behavior of light and a fascination
with the transient quality of moving water.

Main Gallery

Wednesday 25th May 1:00pm

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners: Dredging Update Exhibition

 

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners, the statutory body responsible for managing Falmouth Harbour, will be hosting a public exhibition on Wednesday 25th May.

The exhibition is intended to help people understand the thinking behind the proposal to dredge and explain what a deeper approach channel into Falmouth Docks would mean.

Last week, FHC reached a crucial milestone in the proposal to dredge the channel by submitting comprehensive information about the potential environmental impacts of dredging Falmouth Harbour to the Government’s marine licensing body, the Marine Management Organisation. 

Tuesday 31st May - Saturday 4th June

Falmouth University presents: BRIK

BRIK is an initiative conceived to provide a platform to nurture the creative development of a group of undergraduates, currently studying BA(Hons) Photography at Falmouth University. The BRIK collective will be exhibiting a selection of compelling work, with contributions from over 70 students, for all of whom photography forms the substratum from which their practice emerges.