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Source FM is a radio station for Cornwall, UK made by and for the people who live and work in and around Falmouth and Penryn. We have an eclectic schedule of music and chat shows for you to listen to at all times of the day and night.  Nose around the What’s on When and Presenters section to get an idea of who works here and what they say about their radio programmes, and don't forget to leave some feedback on the Your Say page.

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What's On at The Poly, Falmouth. 28th September to 8th October.

What’s on at the poly?

Wednesday 28th:

Summertime Cert 15 Subtitles Start: 7.30pm Finish: 9.15pm

In 1970s France, country girl Delphine (Izïa Higelin) moves to Paris to break free from the shackles of her family and to gain independence. She meets Carole (Cécile de France), a Parisian activist involved in the stirrings of the feminist movement. The attraction between them is undeniable, and they embark on a passionate, all-consuming affair.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member

Thursday 29th:

Falmouth History Archive Open to the Public Chellew Room Start: 10am Finish 12am

You are welcome to come in and browse our archives, share information with us and find out more about the history of Falmouth. Our friendly volunteers can help you with your research queries and you can order copies of images from our collections.

Saturday 1st October:

Bowie Lounge 2: Where Are We Now? Start 8pm Finish 9.30pm

A unique celebration of David Bowie in music, word, dance and art from Cornwall and London-based artists and performers.

TICKETS: £11 for Adults.

Monday 3rd October: The Childhood of a leader age 15 Start: 7.30pm Finish 9.30pm

This chilling fable about the rise of fascism in the 20th Century tells the story of a young American boy living in France in 1918 whose father is working for the US government on the creation of the Treaty of Versailles. What he witnesses helps to mould his beliefs – and we witness the birth of a terrifying ego.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member

Tuesday 4th October:

Falmouth History Archive Open to the Public Chellew Room Start: 10am Finish 12am

You are welcome to come in and browse our archives, share information with us and find out more about the history of Falmouth. Our friendly volunteers can help you with your research queries and you can order copies of images from our collections.

The Childhood of a leader age 15 Start: 7.30pm Finish 9.30pm

This chilling fable about the rise of fascism in the 20th Century tells the story of a young American boy living in France in 1918 whose father is working for the US government on the creation of the Treaty of Versailles. What he witnesses helps to mould his beliefs – and we witness the birth of a terrifying ego.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member

Wednesday 5th October:

Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words age PG subtitles Start: 7.30pm finish: 9.24pm

A captivating look at the remarkable life of a young Swedish girl who became one of the most beloved and celebrated icons of cinema. Utilising never-before-seen private footage, letters, diaries, and interviews with her children, this documentary provides a complex and intimate personal portrait. Oscar-winning actress and fellow Swede Alicia Vikander gives voice to Bergman’s letters and diaries.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Child/Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member

Thursday 6th October:

Falmouth History Archive Open to the Public Chellew Room Start: 10am Finish 12am

You are welcome to come in and browse our archives, share information with us and find out more about the history of Falmouth. Our friendly volunteers can help you with your research queries and you can order copies of images from our collections.

Anna Maria Fox week - Pin Hole Camera Workshops 11am to 7am

First year undergraduates from BA (Hons) Photography at Falmouth University will be delivering an exciting & fun workshop for children & adults to learn how to use simple pinhole cameras made from nothing more than a drinks can, photographic paper and gaffer tape. The workshops were hosted over 2 days at the Poly, where a temporary dark room will be set up so the children & adults can see their images being developed. And you get to keep your print! “Capturing an image with a drinks can is a magical & fun way to get kids & adults interested in photography.

Friday 7th October:

Fool's Cap Theatre: The Unparalleled Adventures of One Hans Pfaall Start: 8pm Finish: 9.20pm

A fantastical sci-fi adaptation from Edgar Allan Poe's novel; the unparalleled journey of a bankrupt artisan, Hans Pfaall, who, in an attempt to escape his miserable situation, decides to reach the Moon by way of a giant gas-balloon with the aid of his scientific speculations. During his solitary voyage, where the Moon is his only guide and hope for a new beginning, Pfaall encounters many terrifying dangers and wondrous sights until, after 19 days, his journey comes to an end.

TICKETS: £12 FOR Adults, £10 for Child/Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member

Anna Maria Fox week - Pin Hole Camera Workshops 11am to 5.30pm

First year undergraduates from BA (Hons) Photography at Falmouth University will be delivering an exciting & fun workshop for children & adults to learn how to use simple pinhole cameras made from nothing more than a drinks can, photographic paper and gaffer tape. The workshops were hosted over 2 days at the Poly, where a temporary dark room will be set up so the children & adults can see their images being developed. And you get to keep your print! “Capturing an image with a drinks can is a magical & fun way to get kids & adults interested in photography.

Saturday 8th October: Poly Open Day Start: 10am Finish 4pm

Now’s your chance to explore Falmouth’s Community Cultural Hub and see more behind the blue doors at one of the town’s most iconic buildings! The Poly invites you to learn more about the wide range of arts, history and science activities that take place here and discover how you can get involved. Among the activities on offer during the day, you will be able to go on a backstage tour, delve into the archives, see some of the famous Tuke paintings in the flesh, and experience an interactive showcase of science and technology – not to mention a Children’s treasure trail. Accompanying the activities will be the opportunity to learn more about what we can do for you – have your say on future plans, programming and volunteering experiences on offer. The Poly is one of Falmouth’s longest established institutions. The Cornwall Polytechnic was formed in 1833; the inspiration of Anna Maria and Caroline, the teenage daughters of Robert Were Fox of G.C. Fox & Co - a prominent Falmouth firm of shipping agents, and joint owners of the Perran Foundry. With the encouragement of their father, the Society was formed 'To promote the useful and fine arts, to encourage industry, and to elicit the ingenuity of a community distinguished for its mechanical skill'. William IV granted the Poly royal patronage in 1835 but had to pay his £4 membership fee first! Today it runs as a thriving cultural hub for the community, with over 500 members and 19,000 visits for films, theatre and arts activities every year. This special Open Day is your chance to meet the trustees, volunteers and staff that make this possible and discuss how the Poly fits into your Falmouth.

On this day: Shake Up Saturday hosted by the poly own volunteer TOM CLEMENTS will be doing a special 3 hours show about The Poly at 7am to 10am on Source FM, where Tom will be interviewing members of staffs, talking about the history of The Poly, The Poly Guild, What’s On At The Poly! And lots more. It’s only way to shake up your Saturday!

Hail, Caesar! Age 12A Start: 7.30pm Finish: 9.16pm

George Clooney stars as a kidnapped movie star in this offbeat period comedy from the Coen brothers. Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) is a hard-nosed film studio fixer, who's kept busy hushing up scandals during Hollywood's golden age. Now he faces his biggest challenge to date. Baird Whitlock (George Clooney), wooden star of Capitol Pictures' prestige historical drama Hail Caesar, has been abducted while filming. The kidnappers are a mysterious organisation styling themselves 'The Future', who demand a ransom of $100,000. Screening as part of the Poly Open Day. Sign up to become a volunteer on the day and get a £1 comp ticket to see the film!

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Child/Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member The Poly Guild The Poly Guild is our contemporary design and craft shop, located on the Ground Floor.

The Guild stocks a range of beautifully made work from artists and craftspeople who live locally or who have studied at Falmouth University, University College of Falmouth or Falmouth School of Art. Work includes jewellery, ceramics, prints, glass and 3D work, exclusively available in Falmouth through The Poly Guild, making the range truly local and distinctive. If you are an artist and would like your work to be considered for inclusion in The Guild, please email the Guild Manager at guild@thepoly.org

You can buy tickets at the poly, or call on 01326 319461 or book online at: http://thepoly.org/

Make Sure you listen to Shake Up Saturday, Every Saturday at 7am to 10am, hosted by Tom Clements as Tom will be saying this on his show after 8am! It’s the only way to shake up your Saturday! https://www.facebook.com/shakeupsaturday/

What's On at The Poly, Falmouth. 22nd to 1st October

What’s On at the poly

 

Thursday 22nd:

Paula Berks EXHIBITIONS Spring Gallery ALL DAY

Visit this wonderful mixture of work from local artist with a national reputation, Paula Berks.

The Duchy Auction Company - Monthly Auction Main Gallery ALL DAY

Come along to the first new Auction House to be set up in Falmouth for 60 years.

Friday 23rd:

Paula Berks EXHIBITIONS Spring Gallery ALL DAY

Visit this wonderful mixture of work from local artist with a national reputation, Paula Berks.

The Duchy Auction Company - Monthly Auction Main Gallery ALL DAY

Come along to the first new Auction House to be set up in Falmouth for 60 years.

Saturday 24th:

Paula Berks EXHIBITIONS Spring Gallery ALL DAY

Visit this wonderful mixture of work from local artist with a national reputation, Paula Berks.

The Duchy Auction Company - Monthly Auction Main Gallery ALL DAY

Come along to the first new Auction House to be set up in Falmouth for 60 years.

Monday 26th:

The Neon Demon Cert 18 Start: 7.30pm Finish: 9.30pm

The latest film from Nicolas Winding Refn, the director of ‘Drive’, ‘The Neon Demon’ is a slick, stylish horror about the lengths to which people will go to become – and stay – beautiful.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Students/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/Snr Member *Student OFFER* with every valid student card, pay an adult ticket for £7.50 and get £1 ticket for your friend. *Student OFFER*

Sue Kittow – Walks with Poldark Starts: 7.45pm Finish: 10.15pm

Join local author Sue Kittow for an evening that brings together landscape and literature.

TICKETS: £6 for Adults, £4 for Children, £5 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member

Tuesday 27th:

The Neon Demon Cert 18 Start: 7.30pm Finish 9.30pm

The latest film from Nicolas Winding Refn, the director of ‘Drive’, ‘The Neon Demon’ is a slick, stylish horror about the lengths to which people will go to become – and stay – beautiful.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Students/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/Snr Member *Student OFFER* with every valid student card, pay an adult ticket for £7.50 and get £1 ticket for your friend. *Student OFFER*

Falmouth History Archive Open to the Public Chellew Room Start: 10am Finish 12am

You are welcome to come in and browse our archives, share information with us and find out more about the history of Falmouth. Our friendly volunteers can help you with your research queries and you can order copies of images from our collections.

Wednesday 28th:

Summertime Cert 15 Subtitles Start: 7.30pm Finish: 9.15pm

In 1970s France, country girl Delphine (Izïa Higelin) moves to Paris to break free from the shackles of her family and to gain independence. She meets Carole (Cécile de France), a Parisian activist involved in the stirrings of the feminist movement. The attraction between them is undeniable, and they embark on a passionate, all-consuming affair.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member

Scruffy Mutt Adult Work Shop Start: 7.45pm Finish: 9.15pm

£8

Thursday 29th:

Falmouth History Archive Open to the Public Chellew Room Start: 10am Finish 12am

You are welcome to come in and browse our archives, share information with us and find out more about the history of Falmouth. Our friendly volunteers can help you with your research queries and you can order copies of images from our collections.

Saturday 1st October:

Bowie Lounge 2: Where Are We Now? Start 8pm Finish 9.30pm

A unique celebration of David Bowie in music, word, dance and art from Cornwall and London-based artists and performers.

TICKETS: £11 for Adults.

The Poly Guild

The Poly Guild is our contemporary design and craft shop, located on the Ground Floor. The Guild stocks a range of beautifully made work from artists and craftspeople who live locally or who have studied at Falmouth University, University College of Falmouth or Falmouth School of Art. 

Work includes jewellery, ceramics, prints, glass and 3D work, exclusively available in Falmouth through The Poly Guild, making the range truly local and distinctive. 

If you are an artist and would like your work to be considered for inclusion in The Guild, please email the Guild Manager at guild@thepoly.org

You can buy tickets at the poly, or call on 01326 319461 or book online at: http://thepoly.org/

 

Make Sure you listen to Shake Up Saturday, Every Saturday at 7am to 10am, hosted by Tom Clements as Tom will be saying this on his show after 8am! It’s the only way to shake up your Saturday! 

https://www.facebook.com/shakeupsaturday/

What's On at The Poly, Falmouth.

So The Poly in Falmouth have alot going on through out this week, here is what's on today and throughout this week!

16th September:

Quadrophnia Cert 18: Starts 8PM Finish: 10pm (free cocktail with every ticket)

The Who’s classic rock opera Quadrophenia was the basis for this invigorating coming-of-age movie and depiction of the defiant, drug-fuelled mod subculture of early 1960s London.

TICKETS: £10 for Adults, £8 for Students/Members/Concessions

Textile Maids: Cornwall. Collected.

Ten contemporary textile artists based in Cornwall combine their eclectic mix of techniques to produce an exciting and diverse exhibition. Spring Gallery ALL Day

17th September:

 

Textile Maids: Cornwall. Collected.

Ten contemporary textile artists based in Cornwall combine their eclectic mix of techniques to produce an exciting and diverse exhibition. Spring Gallery ALL Day

 

Julieta Cert 15 Subtitles: Starts 7.30pm Finish 9.09pm

The great Pedro Almodóvar returns with a quietly dramatic and captivating story of a mother’s mysterious relationship with her daughter, based on an Alice Munro collection of short stories, Runaway.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member.

 

19th September:

 

The Commune cert 15 Subtitles: Starts 7.30pm Finish 9.22pm

In the early-70s, successful professor of architecture Erik inherits a large mansion in suburban Copenhagen and decides to set up a commune with his wife Anna and daughter Freja. Together they invite friends, acquaintances and strangers to live with them, creating a melting pot of left-wing ideas and new familial bonds. But when Erik begins an affair with Emma, a beautiful young student from his course, the spirit of free love that formed the foundations of the commune will threaten to bring it all tumbling down.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member.

 

20th September:

 

Maggie’s Plan cert 15: Starts 2:30pm Finish 4.08pm

In Rebecca Miller's witty, modern romantic comedy MAGGIE'S PLAN, Greta Gerwig portrays Maggie Hardin, a vibrant and practical thirty-something New Yorker working at the New School who, without success in finding love, decides now is the time to have a child on her own. But when she meets John Harding (Ethan Hawke), a "ficto-critical anthropologist" and struggling novelist, Maggie falls in love for the first time, and adjusts her plans for motherhood. Complicating matters, John is in a strained marriage with Georgette Nørgaard (Julianne Moore), a brilliant Danish academic.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member.

The Commune cert 15 Subtitles: Starts 7.30pm Finish 9.22pm

In the early-70s, successful professor of architecture Erik inherits a large mansion in suburban Copenhagen and decides to set up a commune with his wife Anna and daughter Freja. Together they invite friends, acquaintances and strangers to live with them, creating a melting pot of left-wing ideas and new familial bonds. But when Erik begins an affair with Emma, a beautiful young student from his course, the spirit of free love that formed the foundations of the commune will threaten to bring it all tumbling down.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member.

Falmouth History Archive Open to the Public: Starts 10am Finish 12pm

 Come along and explore the history of Falmouth - we are a friendly bunch, here to help and share our knowledge

 

21st September:

 

Long Way North Cert PG: Starts 6.30pm Finish 7.51pm

This beautifully animated adventure is set in 1882 and tells the story of 15-year-old Russian princess Sasha, who, when her explorer grandfather mysteriously goes missing on his latest expedition, embarks on an epic adventure to find him and his lost ship, the Davai.

TICKETS: £7.50 for Adults, £6 for Children/Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member, £5.50 for Student Member/ Snr Member.

 

Cafe Sci // Joanna Grace: Coming to Your Senses: Starts 7pm Finish 8pm

Sensory engagement specialist Jo Grace shares her insight into what makes a great sensory experience.

TICKETS: £1

 

Scruffy Mut Theatre: Drama Workshops for Adults: Starts 7.45pm Finish 9.15pm

Whether you are are an experienced performer looking to train in improvisation and physical theatre, or an enthusiastic newcomer, these weekly workshops are a perfect way for you to learn new skills and enhance existing ones. £8

 

22nd September:  

 

Falmouth History Archive Open to the Public: Starts: 10am Finish 12pm

 Come along and explore the history of Falmouth - we are a friendly bunch, here to help and share our knowledge

 

The Duchy Auction Company - Monthly Auction: All Day

The first auction house to be in Falmouth, Cornwall since the 1950's is set to open with a cracking first sale on Saturday 24th September 2016 which includes the extremely rare complete 18th Century 'Cities of London and Westminster, THE Borough of Southwark WITH The Country near ten Miles round' by John Rocque, engraved by Richard Parr. Together with a  first edition copy of the sought after book 'The Ship That Sailed To Mars'  by William M. Timlin, a Balloon Post L.Z. Hindenburg letter dated 18.06.36, a fine 19th Century whalebone cane,  over 6000 stamps dating from the early 19th Century (many of German origin), a private collection of 21 scratch build model ships, there should be keen interest.

 

23rd September:

 

The Duchy Auction Company - Monthly Auction: All Day

The first auction house to be in Falmouth, Cornwall since the 1950's is set to open with a cracking first sale on Saturday 24th September 2016 which includes the extremely rare complete 18th Century 'Cities of London and Westminster, THE Borough of Southwark WITH The Country near ten Miles round' by John Rocque, engraved by Richard Parr. Together with a  first edition copy of the sought after book 'The Ship That Sailed To Mars'  by William M. Timlin, a Balloon Post L.Z. Hindenburg letter dated 18.06.36, a fine 19th Century whalebone cane,  over 6000 stamps dating from the early 19th Century (many of German origin), a private collection of 21 scratch build model ships, there should be keen interest.

 

24th September:

 

The Duchy Auction Company - Monthly Auction: All Day

The first auction house to be in Falmouth, Cornwall since the 1950's is set to open with a cracking first sale on Saturday 24th September 2016 which includes the extremely rare complete 18th Century 'Cities of London and Westminster, THE Borough of Southwark WITH The Country near ten Miles round' by John Rocque, engraved by Richard Parr. Together with a  first edition copy of the sought after book 'The Ship That Sailed To Mars'  by William M. Timlin, a Balloon Post L.Z. Hindenburg letter dated 18.06.36, a fine 19th Century whalebone cane,  over 6000 stamps dating from the early 19th Century (many of German origin), a private collection of 21 scratch build model ships, there should be keen interest.

 

Rhum and Clay presents 64 Squares: Starts 7.30pm Finish 8.50pm

'You might have noticed there are four of me. Don't worry. You'll get used to it. I have.'

Welcome to B's mind. B's got some memories he wants to share with you. He wants to tell you about how he ended up on a cruise ship, playing chess against the current world chess champion. He wants to tell you all about his life and the choices he's made. The problem? He's been split into four and can't remember what happened. Accompanied by a live jazz percussive score and in the shadow of the second world war, 64 Squares is a tale of madness, memory and chess.

TICKETS: £12 for Adults, £10 for Child/Snr Citizen/Student/Benefits/Member

 

The Poly Guild: Open Every Mon Evening, Tuesday – Saturday ALL DAY

The Poly Guild is our contemporary design and craft shop, located on the Ground Floor. The Guild stocks a range of beautifully made work from artists and craftspeople who live locally or who have studied at Falmouth University, University College of Falmouth or Falmouth School of Art. Work includes jewellery, ceramics, prints, glass and 3D work, exclusively available in Falmouth through The Poly Guild, making the range truly local and distinctive.  If you are an artist and would like your work to be considered for inclusion in The Guild, please email the Guild Manager at guild@thepoly.org

 

Get your tickets at The Poly or you can phone 01326 319461 to book your tickets or you can book your tickets online at http://thepoly.org/