Film on the Fal :: The Abyss (15)

3 June 2011

Returning for a third year, the King Harry Ferry will once again be transformed into a floating cinema as part of the Fal River Festival.

Supported by Cornwall Wildlife Trust

When an American nuclear submarine is attacked and crashes underwater, the Navy enlist the workers of a nearby oil rig to investigate the cause. But as the diving team embark on their mission they encounter a number of difficulties, and realise they may not be alone, and that something else is lurking in the Abyss.

Brought to you by Event Cornwall and Skylight Cinemas and supported by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, 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.

: The King Harry Ferry
Friday June 3rd
All films start at 9.40pm and parking is available at Trelissick Gardens with access down the road to the Ferry. The ferry will leave the Feock side at 9.20pm and the Roseland side at 9.30pm, so please be ready to board at this time. You will need to wrap up warm and bring your own seats! Bar and sweets concession available on the Ferry.
Entry price:
£8/£6 Under 16's, Students & Over 65's
Tickets Available @:
Online now on the Hall for Cornwall website or contact their box office on 01872 262466
Contact Number:
Event Cornwall on 01872 888089

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