The People’s Company will be staging the Short Play Festival in the Drum Theatre, Plymouth, from Wednesday, February 17 to Saturday, February 20.
Artists from Devon and Cornwall have created lamps and candle holders especially for the Let there be Light! exhibition at 45 Southside, Plymouth.
Photographer Simon Keitch was asked by Francesca Steele to take photos of her latest work Routine for the book accompanying the forthcoming Pigs Of Today Are The Hams Of Tomorrow performance. Her performance will take place at The Slaughterhouse – a nearly 200 year old dis-used slaughterhouse – at Royal William Yard in Plymouth. Simon spoke to her about her work, which saw her become a bodybuilder – in the name of art
Plymouth dance company, Attik Dance, braved chilly temperatures to twist and twirl beneath the surface at the National Marine Aquarium on Thursday, December 10 as they highlighted the new BA (Hons) in Underwater and Surface-Based Imaging at Plymouth College of Art.
The Theatre Royal, Plymouth, is offering two free tickets for a year if you sign up for its online brochure.
Plymouth’s photographers and marine lovers will have an opportunity to see dancers performing underwater at the launch of a new programme on Thursday, December 10.
Artists are always looking for a platform for their work, and three South Devon artists have found just that – a train platform.