The IGNITE Festival of Creativity is taking a new approach to the degree show – combling the exhibition with employability
Some Call It Home, music, spoken word, and multimedia at the Theatre Royal Plymouth, was thought-provoking and poignant, says Philip R Buttall
John Walter’s Lockdown Tarot at Plymouth Art Weekender sounds like an antidote to isolation: a fun, intense and artistic event in the city
‘Jestered not gendered’ Lockdown Tarot, unity on Union Street and demonstrations of care PAW commissions at this year’s Plymouth Art Weekender
#scenechange launched #MissingLiveTheatre and wrapped theatre buildings in a positive message of hope and visibility to the industry.
Street Factory in Plymouth have received a grant from Devon Community Foundation with support from Electrotek Solutions to connect people
Japanese potter Taja will bring his unique style of fine porcelain pots along with his trademark glaze to 45 Southside in Plymouth
Some Call It Home is a thought-provoking and inspiring performance of contemporary classical music for the Mayflower 400 festival in Plymouth
Crafts students from Plymouth College of Art entered into a research project after a visit to the city’s history Merchant House
Wille & The Bandits have a new look, a deeper sound for a fuller, richer and warmly familiar experience as they take new album Paths on tour
The BSO offered an astute programme and top notch performance of Beethoven (with a touch of Mozart) for his 250th celebration, in Plymouth
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra are in Plymouth to celebrate the centenary of Beethoven with a dramatic and powerful programme
Torsten Lauschmann is bringing his audio-sculpture War of the Corners to Plymouth after its acclaimed Glasgow Int Fest outing
Talented young pianist Giuseppe Guarrera joins the PSO as concerto soloist for a performance that will include jaunty charm and heroism
The BSO are bringing some Caledonian Grandeur to Plymouth Guildhall in the form Mozart, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn.