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The Outdoor Screening Season - Master and Commander

An event in June in Cornwall
King Harry Ferry
Falmouth
Cornwall
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Event timing: Early June
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for The Outdoor Screening Season - Master and Commander as your favourite British event.

The King Harry Ferry will once again be transformed into a floating cinema as part of the Fal River Festival.

Brought to you by Event Cornwall and Skylight Cinemas and supported by Cornwall Wildlife Trust and MPAD, this is your chance to enjoy classic films in the unique setting of the River Fal. Come and enjoy this unique event as we take the ferry into the middle of the river in the fading light for a cinematic experience unlike any other.

Don't miss out on your chance to see some classic films in the unique setting of the River Fal.

For more information contact Event Cornwall on 01872 888089, or visit our website.

Purchase your tickets online now on the Hall for Cornwall website or contact their box office on 01872 262466 www.hallforcornwall.co.uk

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