The collaboration between internationally-acclaimed choreographer Adam Benjamin and second year Plymouth University dance students, Unspoken, is at the Roland Levinsky building, Plymouth
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Emerging and established talent at Plymouth University are part of the 2010 Masters Show, at the Peninsula Arts Gallery, the third since the Faculty of Arts moved to the Plymouth Campus.
Plymouth University research student Nicola Curtis explores the place between the past and the present with her series of work called Marken Holland -1908, Marken Holland -2009. The work-in-progress is part of the Plymouth University research students’ exhibition, Finding Place
Finding Place, at Plymouth University is an exhibition of the work of 10 research students: Emanuel Bras, Lu La Buzz, Sarah Chapman, Nikki Curtis, Jason Hirons, Kate Isherwood, Karol Kwiatek, Jess Maslen, Kayla Parker, and Laurie Reynolds.
The University of Plymouth Choral Society will celebrate the season with their Christmas Concert in the Minster Church of St Andrew under new musical director Alice Dennis
The University of Plymouth Choral Society Christmas Concert is ‘what Christmas is all about – a festival of singing and rejoicing’
After 17 years Simon Ible steps down as conductor, the performance by University of Plymouth Choral Society was a fitting send off
There was an added to touch of charisma at the University of Plymouth Choral Society’s Christmas concert at the Minster Church of St Andrew
Philip R Buttall sampled some stunning Schubert from the University of Plymouth Choral Society and Sinfonia
University of Plymouth Choral Society Spring Concert was mainly inspired be Easter and delighted to audience at the Minster Church of St Andrew. Philip R Buttall reviews
The University of Plymouth Choral Society’s annual Christmas Concert at Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth, share their enjoyment and sets the scene for the impending seasonal festivities
Artist film-maker and doctoral researcher Kayla Parker interviews herself and Dr Roberta Mock, Professor of Performance Studies, about arts research in the Faculty of Arts at University of Plymouth
The BSO brought melody and some stunning performances to a packed and appreciative Plymouth Guildhall audience
The London Mozart Players are fantastic and coming to Plymouth. Philip R Buttall spoke to Bob Taub about a musical resurgence in the city
Plymouth University postgraduate student exhibition F R E Q U E N C I E S highlights the diversity in practice for these artists