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The Outdoor Screening Season

An event in August in Cornwall
Pendennis Castle
Falmouth
Cornwall
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for The Outdoor Screening Season as your favourite British event.

Tickets purchased from: www.hallforcornwall.co.uk or call 01872262466.

The Outdoor Screening Season celebrates unique venues across Cornwall, from stunning cliff top views and historical fortresses, to aircraft hangars and serene rivers. With each location showing a specially selected classic film, this is guaranteed to be a season of cinema unlike any other.

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