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

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Talks // Coming up

What's on - Wed 22 May~Wed 29 May
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6 June
Thursday
6:00pm

A History of Witchcraft in Cornwall

Pellers, charmers & Cunning Folk – A history of Witchcraft in Cornwall. A talk by Keith Wallis exploring Cornish Witches. Recommedended age rating 16+.

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12 June
Wednesday
6:00pm

A History of Witchcraft in Cornwall

Pellers, charmers & Cunning Folk – A history of Witchcraft in Cornwall. A talk by Keith Wallis exploring Cornish Witches. Recommedended age rating 16+.

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20 June
Thursday
6:00pm

Cafe Sci: Antimicrobial Resistance In Rivers

Elitsa Penkova presents her PhD project on health risks of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in rivers and lakes.

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2 July
Tuesday
5:30pm

The Future Of…Work

What will the future of work look like for Cornwall, and what can we do to make it better? Networking followed by a panel discussion.

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24 July
Wednesday
3:30pm

Falmouth’s First Town Hall, 1725 -1866

This is the story of one of the oldest buildings in Falmouth, the Old Town Hall in High Street.

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25 July
Thursday
6:00pm

Fakes & Fortunes (Or Have I Discovered a Constable in my Attic?)

Often people that think they have a found a previously unknown masterpiece. Some have and some have not, come and hear about some extraordinary successes but also some crushing disappointments.

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9 August
Friday
6:30pm

Any Questions?

BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? visits a different part of the country each week with a panel of four speakers who answer questions from the audience.

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13 September
Friday
7:30pm

Kewbanda – The Cornish in the Caribbean

Kewbanda perform songs from ‘The Cornish in the Caribbean’ project. Sue Appleby, author of The Cornish in The Caribbean, will be avalible for a Q&A.

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26 September
Thursday
6:00pm

Henry Scott Tuke in Cornwall

A survey one of Falmouth’s most famous artists Henry Scott Tuke illustrated with many works from the RCPS Tuke collection. Talk by Catherine Wallace.

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24 October
Thursday
6:00pm

Walter Langley’s Paintings of Women & Children

This talk focuses on Walter Langley’s depictions of women and children in Newlyn, Cornwall in the late 19th century. Talk by Catherine Wallace.

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11 November
Monday
6:00pm

Art of War: Artists of the First World War (1914 – 1919)

An extended lecture on the theme of art created by official British war artists during the First World War. Talk by Catherine Wallace.

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28 November
Thursday
6:00pm

Before & After Newlyn (1877 - 1935)

This lecture traces the story of the Newlyn school of artists before and after their stay in Cornwall. Talk by Catherine Wallace.

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30 January
Thursday
6:00pm

Dod Procter née Shaw RA (1892– 1972)

A talk on the art of Dod Procter née Shaw RA, a once famous figure and still-life painter based in Newlyn. Talk by Catherine Wallace.

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27 February
Thursday
6:00pm

Cornish Art Downunder (1880 - 1980)

Works of Art from Cornwall in Southern Hemisphere galleries including Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Talk by Catherine Wallace.

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27 March
Thursday
6:00pm

The Art Collections of St. Ives

Paintings, sculptures and ceramics: The art collections of St. Ives Town Council and other collections in St. Ives. Talk by Catherine Wallace.

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Wilding with Pre-Recorded Q&A (PG)

Based on Isabella Tree’s best-selling book by the same title, Wilding tells the story of a young couple that bets on...

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Christmas. Time. (Relaxed Performance)

Celebrating its 15th year and bringing bucket loads of Christmas spirit once again: Near-ta Theatre’s cult festive...

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Sherlock’s Excellent Adventure

Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr John Watson on this riveting, hitherto unpublished case ... ...

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