Three things to try in Falmouth today
Of course while the weather is this beautiful it would be a waste not to stroll the seafront, relax on one of Falmouth’s many beaches, enjoy an ice-cream or mingle among the hustle bustle of Falmouth’s town but, in the event you want to try something else here are three more ideas to keep you and the family busy today.
Tuesday June 12th
JoeArmstrong’s Spring Gallery exhibition continues at The Poly. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience the work of one ofCornwall’s many talented artists. Vibrant, abstract and texturedJoe’s oil and palette knife technique brings the surreal and sometimes quirky to the canvas.
Something for the whole family
Observe the history of fishing in Cornwall through the stunning black and white photography of Newlyn photographer Oliver Hill. Captured during the start of the 20th Century the collection depicts the relationship between the Cornish and Breton fishing communities. The National Maritime museum is the first place to host this exhibition giving you the visitor the opportunity to be part of history to. There are hands on and interactive opportunities for the children plus a restaurant and baby changing facilities.
Music at The Princess Pavilion
The lead singer of ‘Play it Cool’ will be performing a collection of 50’ & 60’s rock n roll for your enjoyment this evening at the Princess Pavilion. After a busy day taking in the sites of Falmouth why not grab a bite to eat and a drink at the venues bar & bistro and enjoy the voice of ‘Tory Wills’. With free admission and what looks set to be a beautiful evening the Pavilion is the perfect choice for ending a busy day. There is also a lovely play area for the children so they can unwind too.
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