What’s the most important invention – we’re quite keen on that tacky, sometimes coloured, sometimes not – fixant which puts our pictures on the wall and keeps the secondary glazing in place. Five experts will debate at Plymouth Uni
A selection of works showcasing visions of the past, present and future have gone on show as part of the second Plymouth Contemporary
Simon Ible conducts the Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta for the final time, with Jeni Bern, at the Minster Church of St Andrew. Philip R Buttall reviews
Kit & McConnel opened this year’s Words and Music Festival with a show entitled Noel Coward and His Legacy, which could well rank as one of the funniest evenings on campus. Philip R Buttall reviews
Literary and cultural icons as well as crowning of the 2017 Plymouth Mayflower Young Laureate Award are all part of Plymouth Festival of Words, 2017
Ten Tors Orchestra & Bath Spa University Chamber Choir celebrate Shakespeare in a gala concert at Minster Church of St Andrew. Philip R Buttall reviews
The enduring influence of William Shakespeare will be celebrated through a series of musical performances, films and talks during the 2016 Words and Music Festival at Plymouth University.
Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University, explores the connection between arts and mathematics in its Conversations Across Art and Mathematics exhibition
John Akomfrah’s film Tropikos, which explores the darker histories of the River Tamar and was commissed as part of Plymouth’s River Tamar Project has been acquired by the Arts Council Collection
Music representing the energy of dark matter and performances using brain-computer interfaces and biocomputers will be among the highlights of Frontiers, the 11th edition of the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival.
Pierre-Emmanuel Largeron (violin), Jane Pirie (cello), and Daniel King Smith (piano) were at the Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University for the Nordic Waves performance. Philip R Buttall reviews
Concert violinist Pierre Largeron is organising a series of maritime-themed music concerts at Plymouth University
A recreation of Hollywood’s Chez Paulette from the ’50s and ’60s will pop up at the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival
Plymouth University’s Big Festival Weekend incorporating the Plymouth Respect Festival offers a range of music and ideas for all the family
The influence of Georgian culture on modern society is explore in Making the Modern from Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University