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.
This Is Not A Dream is a diverse and exciting show that reflects the rich variety of postgraduate masters level work, undertaken within Plymouth University’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
An art installation inspired by one of the world’s deadliest diseases has gone on display at a research campus investigating its causes and treatment.
Beethoven’s Violin Concerto will be the centrepiece of a performance in Plymouth’s Minster Church of St Andrew on Saturday 7 November .
Young people from Plymouth are being given the chance to communicate directly with children affected by the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone and the ongoing disputes in the West Bank.