Following the announcement of the new name for Plymouth’s pioneering £37 million cultural centre, shoppers in Plymouth’s city centre on Saturday witnessed an unexpected piece of global contemporary dance, street theatre and music, which heralded in the brand for the new ‘museum of the future’: The Box, Plymouth.
A diverse range of cutting edge theatre, dance, music, and family performances for spring at the Barbican Theatre’s intimate auditorium in Plymouth.
Scottish folk artist Alasdair Roberts, will be returning to The B-Bar with his trio, featuring Alex Neilson (drums) and Stevie Jones (bass), to celebrate the release of his new album, Pangs.
If you are of a mind of shaking at stick at Shakespeare – especially in this Shakespeare 400 celebration year – we would advise you to stock up: there’s more Shakespeare coming up than you can easily shake just the one stick at. Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University is even holding a Celebrating Shakespeare Festival.
Edinburgh sell-out Bryony Kimmings and her partner Tim Grayburn bring their heart breaking and award winning new show about clinical depression and men to Plymouth.