Happy New Year from
The Fish Factory

We're kicking off 2019 with a packed programme of events and a re-vamped gallery, cafe and shop. Read on for details of over 10 events and exhibitions we have happening in the month of January alone!
Associated Territories
Exhibition runs until 14th January (Thurs-Mon 10-5)
Our first exhibition of 2019 features work from 5 Polish female artists:
Magdelena Nowak
Anna Sokolska
Joanne Borof
Elzbieta Tegowska
Urszula Dulewicz
The exhibition is part of the celebration of 100 years of women’s civil rights in Poland and is curated by artist Elzbieta Tegowska who is here to represent the group and talk about their work. The work includes drawings, paintings, collages, embroidery and batiks.

The Worm & Petra Dish
Friday 11th January 8-10pm

Album launch for both The Worm (a one-worm girl band, avant gardener and Fish Factory artist) and Petra Dish + The Nicotine Tingles (a performance based presentation of the Apathy Jazz manifesto)
Print in the age of DIY & Publishing as Artistic Practice

Artist Networking Event
12th January 11am to 4.30pm

Participatory skill share event making prints and a collaborative zine with free networking lunch.

Mimeograph display and printing.
How to make a zine.
Talk about Risograph printing, its history and contemporary Riso printing from Benjamin at Dizzy Ink.
Talk and showcase from Notts Zine Library.

Transport provided at 5pm to CMR where the event will continue with a talk and presentation with artist Paula Roush.
Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, Mildred Maude + LIPS
16th January 8.00-11.30pm

Mexico's Lorelle Meets the Obsolete return to the Falmouth area for the third time! Bringing thier blend of crafted, unique and amazing psychedelia and shoegaze.

Supported by Mildred Maude  and LIPS
Antonella Crastus
17th-21st January

Antonella is a self-taught artist. She feels that art has been a blessing which has allowed her to express herself and her emotions which has been very useful in managing her personality disorder.

"I use vibrant colours they are an expression of my feelings and of who I am inside I hope to inspire hope and positivity into others and bring beauty into this world."

Vinyl Night the 'Accidents' Edition
Heavy Friends Music Event
Monday 21st January 7pm to 11:30pm

The first Vinyl Night of 2019 is the 'Accidents' edition. Come down to the Fish Factory (carefully) and bring a selection of accident themed vinyl with you, whether title, artist or other connection. Put your name on the list and, in rotation, we'll each get a chance to play three songs and, if we get to the end of the list, we'll go round again with another two (and so on).

You can enjoy the tunes of your fellow Vinyl Nighters as well as the goodies on offer in the Fish Factory cafe.

Stay safe
Stay Heavy.
Lucy Ridges
24th-28th January

Lucy Ridges works in the realm of photography and mixed media, exploring our connection with nature and the spaces we occupy, both real and imaginary. Lucy  is our January artist in residence, and  will be exhibiting a selection of work made during her time here.

For more information about artist residencies please email.
Seed Sunday- Workshop, Film and Talk
27th January 4-9.30pm

Vital Seeds will be holding a seed saving workshop (4-5.30pm) followed by a screening of 'Seed - an untold story' and a talk about seed saving (6.30-9.30pm).

There will also be hot soup served from 6pm and the Fish Factory Cafe will be open for drinks and snacks!

Tickets in advance: Eventbrite
Sealionwoman, The Worm, Frances Pylons
31st January 7-11.45pm

Inspired by the selkies of Scottish folklore: water-dwelling beasts who morph from seal to human upon landing ashore. ‘Siren’ is the debut album by Sealionwoman: comprising a duo of vocals, doublebass and electronics.

The material on ‘Siren’ originally stemmed from a narrative live concert called ‘Selkie’, in which spectres of folklore, electronic drone and contemporary dance were intertwined to form a truly innovative live performance.

Tickets: Eventbrite
Palores/Internal Credit (more TBC)
1st February 8-11 pm

An evening of loud music at the Fish.

Sweet beat punk from ex-members of Crows-An-Wra and Bangers

You won't forget it - it's Internal Credit

+ More TBC

some quid on the door / starts at gig'o'clock