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Situated in the heart of Falmouth's lively community, The Poly is a vibrant, multi-purpose art centre and community hub with an 180 capacity theatre, a variety of exhibition and meeting spaces, a shop featuring the best in local art and design and a fully licensed bar.
Whether your passion is for film, theatre, music, comedy, dance, contemporary art, local history or science, you will find it all here.
Our opening hours are:
Monday - Open from 7am for evening screenings.
Tuesday - Saturday - Open from 10am to 7pm plus most evenings depending on performances.
Sunday - Closed.
Our ground floor gallery, The Spring Gallery, is the place to come to see work by a wide range of contemporary artists and craftspeople. Exhibitions change every week, so there’s always something new to see. The second floor is home to our Main Gallery, our largest exhibition space which also has a small bar area which makes it very attractive for all sorts of events.More about the galleries
Our cosy bar is situated on the First Floor. Why not come and enjoy a pre-show or interval drink, we serve a range of wines, beers and spirits, including Prosecco and you can even take your drinks into the show with you. Tea (including herbal and fruit teas) and coffee are also available along with a small number of snacks and ice-cream.More about the bar
Our 180-seat theatre is equipped with state-of-the-art digital cinema projection and it’s the perfect place to enjoy a film, or see one of our touring theatre companies in comfort. We programme a wide range of independent, art-house and foreign films and we don’t show adverts or sell popcorn, so you can relax and enjoy your evening without annoying distractions!More about the auditorium
The Chellew Room is at the back of the building near the rear entrance on New Street. It houses much of the research material for the Falmouth History Archive and it is open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10.00am to 12 noon for enquiries about Falmouth’s past.More about the room