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More details - The Cornwall Business Show 2018
Known as the largest, most inclusive business exhibition in Cornwall, bringing together a wide spectrum of industries and sectors from small, start-up businesses to large, established companies, this is an event not to miss.
Royal Cornwall Showground
Thu 15 Mar

More details - The Lodge - Open Garden for NGS
3-acre riverside garden some 20 yrs old specialising in trees and shrubs chosen for their flowers, foliage and form, embracing a Gothic lodge remodelled in 2016. Magnolias and camellias, prunus and pieris, azaleas and rhododendrons, paulownias and viburnums, with cornus, davidias and stewartia later.
The Lodge, Bodmin
Sun 18 Mar, Sun 15 Apr

More details - An Evening with Hazel O'Connor
A very special evening with award-winning singer songwriter Hazel O’Connor, joined here by Clare Hirst (Bellestars, Communards, David Bowie) on sax and Sarah Fisher (Eurythmics) on keyboards. The superb blend of the three voices and stunning musicianship adds a sweet touch of class to their vibrant performance.
Carnglaze Caverns, St. Neot, Liskeard.
Sat 17 Mar

More details - 50th Annual Exhibition and Sale of Art and Craft in aid of Cancer Research UK
50th Annual Exhibition and Sale of Art and Craft
The Public Hall West Street LIskeard
Wed 7 Mar to Sun 11 Mar

More details - 'The Thrill of Love' Tavonians Theatre Company
Tavonians Theatre Company presents The Thrill of Love by Amanda Whittington, the gripping story of Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in Britain, in 1955. ‘I am guilty, I’m a little confused’ said Ruth , following her arrest for the murder of her lover David Blakely.
Sterts Theatre Studio, Upton Cross, Liskeard
Sat 24 Feb

More details - Ince Castle - Open Garden for NGS
Romantic garden at the end of winding lanes, surrounding C17 pink brick castle on a peninsula in R Lynher. Old apple trees with bulbs, woodland garden with fritillaries, camellias and rhododendrons. Extraordinary 1960s shell house on edge of formal garden.
Ince Castle, Saltash
Sun 4 Mar, Sun 25 Mar, Sun 29 Apr

More details - 'The Thrill of Love' Tavonians Theatre Company
Tavonians Theatre Company presents The Thrill of Love by Amanda Whittington, the gripping story of Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in Britain, in 1955. ‘I am guilty, I’m a little confused’ said Ruth , following her arrest for the murder of her lover David Blakely.
PrimRaf Theatre, Callington
Fri 2 Mar

More details - Sister Act
Sister Act, presented by Sounds Musical Theatre Company, a divine comedy. A feel good musical filled with stirring gospel and 70’s disco music and dance.This story is a testimony to friendship lifting your heart and has the audience smiling throughout.
Devonport Playhouse . Fore Street. Devonport. Plymouth
Wed 7 Mar to Sat 10 Mar

More details - Cotehele - A New Dawn in Cotehele Gallery
An exhibition featuring Paul Jackson, one of Britain’s leading ceramicists. Cotehele Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting and selling the work of West Country artists and craft makers. This exhibition features Paul Jackson, one of Britain’s leading ceramicists.
Cotehele, St Dominick, near Saltash,
Today to Wed 28 Feb

More details - Paul Weller
Paul Weller The Strypes. Artists performing: Paul Weller.: Tickets avaiable.
Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth
Today

More details - University of Plymouth Choral Society Spring Concert 2017
Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle The University of Plymouth Choral Society bring an Italian flavour to their Spring Concert, including further pieces performed by the Choir, orchestra and soloists.
Minster Church of St Andrew, Royal Parade, Plymouth
Sat 10 Mar

More details - Talk:  ‘An Inextricable Network Of Mutuality’ - Prof. Brian Ward
Martin Luther King, the US Civil Rights Movement And British Race Relations Since the 1960s Professor Brian Ward of Northumbria University assesses the life and legacies of Martin Luther King on the eve of the 50th anniversary of his assassination in Memphis in April 1968.
Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Today

More details - Performance: STORY #1
A reflective consideration of how and why we construct narrative. Rachel Mars and Greg Wohead take Pixar’s 22 Rules for Storytelling and How Stories Make Us Human, make them f*ck each other, kidnap the resulting baby and dance out a prophecy of its future life before its barely opened eyes.
The House, Plymouth University
Wed 21 Feb

More details - Poetry reading: Christopher DeWeese
Christopher DeWeese is the author of The Black Forest and The Father of the Arrow is the Thought, both published in the US by Octopus Books. His third book, The Confessions, was published by Plymouth University’s Periplum Poetry imprint in 2017.
The House, Plymouth University
Tue 27 Feb

More details - Performance: Beowulf
Before we begin, we should warn you: This story ends with a dragon… Seth Kriebel returns to Plymouth with Beowulf, an interactive performance-game inviting the audience to explore the world of a story from our legendary past… without leaving their seats.
The House, Plymouth University
Wed 28 Feb

More details - Music: Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2018
A showcase of extraordinary new technologies and approaches to composition and performance that are pushing the boundaries of music Decoding Life is the theme of this year’s festival, which celebrates the internationally renowned research combining music, engineering and the life sciences developed at Plymouth
Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University
Fri 2 Mar to Sun 4 Mar

More details - Exhibition: Plymouth Contemporary Artist Showcase 2018
Selected artwork from the major Plymouth biennial We are delighted to present the work of Georgie Grace, Jennet Thomas and Serial Composition as part of this artist showcase. The artists were selected from the 2017 Plymouth Contemporary, a major Plymouth biennial exhibition hosted by Peninsula Arts and KARST.
Peninsula Arts Gallery, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Fri 2 Mar to Thu 29 Mar

More details - Music: The Art of Biology
Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival launch and talk With talk by Dr Markus Schmidt, Director of Biofaction Biofaction is a company based in Vienna, Austria, which conducts research and provides consultancy in the areas of emerging biotechnologies, art and science collaboration, and public communication of
Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Fri 2 Mar

More details - Music: Decoding Life with Ensemble Bash
Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival Gala Concert Reptile Rhythms - Duncan Williams Life-force - Archer Endrich Babbling Baobab - Marcelo Gimenes Artibiotics - Eduardo R Miranda Join the phenomenal percussion group Ensemble Bash for the premiere of extraordinary new music by ICCMR composers, Williams, Gimenes
The House, Plymouth University
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Music: Algoshorts 2018 Film Fest
The second edition of the world’s first public fest of short fiction films on the topic of algorithms presents a number of short films from around the world including the first screening of Alexis Kirke’s Decode here, a film about the potential effects of online political populism on mental health.
Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Music: Life Music - Research Performance
Colours of Life and Fiction (for marimba and viola) - Richard Abbott Arecibo (for marimba) - Alexis Kirke Queen Canute (clarinet and electronics) - Núria Bonet While Abbott explored the relationship between colours and sounds to write Colours of Life and Fiction inspired by the River Dart in Devon, Kirke composed
The House, Plymouth University
Sun 4 Mar

More details - Music: Resounding Seizures - Research Concert
ICCMR post-graduate research student Alan D Miles used electrical brain signals recorded during epileptic seizures to compose Resounding Seizures. A cinematic piece of electronic music, the composition attempts to capture and explore the experiences of epilepsy.
Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Sun 4 Mar

More details - Film: Suffragette (2015)
Suffragette is the first feature film to tell the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement who risked everything in the fight for equality. Based on true events, it explores the passion and heartbreak of those who risked all they had for women’s right to vote.
Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Mon 5 Mar

More details - Talk: Choosing War? Choice And Tragedy In The Origins And Escalations Of Vietnam’s Wars
Professor of History at Exeter University and Director of the Centre for the Study of War, State and Society, Martin Thomas has written a number of books about the French colonial empire.
Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University
Tue 6 Mar

More details - Poetry reading: Rory Waterman
Born in Belfast, Rory Waterman’s debut collection Tonight the Summer’s Over (Carcanet, 2013) was a Poetry Book Society recommendation and shortlisted for the Heaney Prize.
The House, Plymouth University
Tue 6 Mar