Will Amery is organising a 60s-esque happening in Plymouth College of Art’s Studio 11.
Lona Kozik and Neil Rose deliver a live improvisation around piano, violin and electronics, Alexis Kirke and Nick Grew improvise using percussion, and electronics and DJ Contort delivers the sandwich filling, ensuring every one doesn’t vanish up their highbrow, bum bum.
A swan, ah go on? No, really, a swan. Lovelorn Annie turns to a swan called Cobbo for her romantic fix (what with Mr Right not having been washed up quite yet).
With concerts planned in Italy and the USA later in the year, the concert from classical guitarist Alison Smith at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery on Thursday, February 19 at 1pm is your chance to catch her lilting classical style on home turf.
The Garden Opera Company, who are vowed to put opera in the community – take that as you may, will perform Donizetti’s Don Pasquale at Ivybridge Community College on February 27.
What is it with clowns? They seem to be an even more malignant force than bankers, especially when you see them traipsing around the eerie midnight world of photographer Khali Ackford.
I’m a sucker for abstracts, what with their big colours and only a hint of what you’re looking at (often only in the title, if that). They make me think of freer times and cleverer people. Flicking through the gallery of painter Jeannine Allen, you get taken on that journey.