Outdoor Screening @ Kimberley Park, Falmouth
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO POOR WEATHER - ALL REFUNDS WILL BE PAID BY HALL FOR CORNWALL
Pirates of the Carribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest - as park of Pictures in the Park'
sponsored by REG Windpower LTD
The Outdoor Screenings Season returns this year to celebrate even more unique venues across Cornwall. This is guaranteed to be a season of cinema unlike any other, with specially selected classic films being shown in locations ranging from stunning cliff top views and spine tingling woodland, to airport hangars and serene rivers.
Friday 17th August – 8.45pm
Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man’s Chest (12)
Another swashbuckling installment from Captain Jack Sparrow. Reminded that he owes a blood debt to Davy Jones, captain of the ghostly Flying Dutchman, Captain Jack must enlist the help of Will Turner And Elizabeth Swann to save his soul.
Gates open at 7.15pm with the main feature starting at 8.15pm. Our events go ahead whatever the weather so you will need to wrap up warm and bring your own seats!
Please note, cancellation will only be made in a case of strong winds in which we are unable to put up the screen. Cancellation would be communicated through the Event Cornwall website up to 2 hours before the event takes place.
All Film classification certificates will be enforced.
Full price £9
A £1.50 handling charge is added to each transaction.
Tickets are available from www.hallforcornwall.co.uk - click the link to the right to purchase tickets to this unique screening.
About REG Windpower:
REG Windpower was among the UK's original renewable energy trailblazers, starting life as the Cornwall Light and Power Company back in 1989.
We now have 11 wind farms across the UK, including three Cornish wind farms: Goonhilly on the Lizard, Roskrow Barton outside Penryn, and St Breock, near Wadebridge.
Wind power offers a safe and clean way to tackle climate change and provide a competitive, secure and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels
Community involvement, consultation and local benefit is important to us. We like to build strong relationships with landowners and local communities on all our wind farms and we aim to support the local economy by employing local service providers on our wind farms where possible.
We are proud of our Cornish roots and believe local Cornish wind farms can be a source of pride in the community.
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