Immersion events are taking over Gylly Beach Café on June 1st for their event “Seven Sins’. It will be their final party of the term, and it has been organised in association with Fal Surf and Falmouth Guide. The Falmouth Anchor talked to Chris Aoun, one of the organisers of the event who told us a little bit more about it.
Falmouth Anchor: What is Immersion events looking to achieve from this event?
Chris: Immersion Events has very recently been established but we have previously organised some informal events. We really just want to have a bit of fun by throwing a party for everyone, as you know that nightlife is sometimes lacking in Cornwall. The same will go for this next event. We are aiming to arrange a night for everyone to enjoy and send off the academic year with a bang!
FA: Have any of the DJ’s played at any university related events before this one?
Chris: Yeah, all 3! Hugo Tilmouth (JUIICY Music Group), Jack Summers and Cole Buxton (Jim Royle) have all had sets at previous university events. I know that Cole was involved in the African Caribbean Society event, Hugo played at the Stannary for HomeGrown as well as events at Watermans & Cribbs and Jack Summers has done events pretty much everywhere in Falmouth and Penryn.
FA: Why did you pick Gylly as the venue?
Chris: We’ve been to a few events at Gylly before and it is, in our opinion, the best venue for events in Falmouth.
FA: How have Fal surf and the Falmouth guide involved themselves with this event?
Chris: Falmouth guide and Falsurf have been involved in publicity, having helped us with some contacts and bringing together a great group of people.
FA: Why did you choose this theme?
Chris: Hugo actually came up with the idea and it looks like it will be loads of fun. Each sin has a different ‘station’ during the night. For example, Gluttony is a free chocolate fountain running throughout the night, Lust is a kiss cam, Anger is chilli vodka shots and so on…
Head over to Gylly for what we are sure will be an incredible night!