Venues

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The Poly

24 Church St, Falmouth TR11 3EG

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.

The Poly is a thriving charity promoting engagement in the arts, sciences and Cornish history Our vision is to be Cornwall's foremost state of the art venue and community hub providing exciting, inclusive and innovative entertainment, learning and development opportunities in the arts, sciences and history.

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Falmouth Art Gallery and Library

The Moor, Municipal Buildings, Falmouth TR11 2RT

Falmouth Art Gallery has gained nationwide recognition for its innovative education programme. It has won or been nominated for nineteen major national awards including The Guardian Family Friendly Award and The Sandford Award for Heritage Education.

 

The gallery runs regular FREE workshops for a wide range of visitors including families, babies and toddlers, schools and community groups. We particularly welcome visits from special needs groups and adults with severe learning difficulties.

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Princess Pavilion

41 Melvill Rd, Falmouth TR11 4AR

The Princess Pavilion, Falmouth is a year-round live music venue and theatre complex offering a wide programme of entertainment. Overlooking Falmouth Bay, the Pavilion is nestled in the spectacular Gyllyngdune Gardens, where you’ll find stunning features such as an Edwardian bandstand, a working glasshouse and a children’s play area along with many exotic plants from all over the globe.

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The Cornish Bank

34 Church St, Falmouth TR11 3EF

The Cornish Bank is a live music and events venue located in a former bank in Church Street, Falmouth. It was founded by Will Greenham who runs Smugglers Records Shop in Deal, Kent, and Smugglers record label and festival, and Rufus Maurice, who runs The Old Tractor Shed arts space and music venue in Mabe. The Cornish Bank brings together live music gigs and food and drink.