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What's On Plymouth

Today to 21 May 2017 by distance

More details - Concert - Bach's B Minor Mass
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir and orchestra present Bach’s choral masterpiece.
Plymouth Guildhall
Sun 21 May

More details - Saying Goodbye Service - Plymouth
Saying Goodbye are an International baby loss support charity (part of the Mariposa Trust. ) Since 2012, 80 services have been held across the UK,...
Plymouth Minster (Minster Church of St Andrew)
Sat 29 Apr

More details - Music: University Of Plymouth Choral Society Summer Concert - Haydn, Nelson Mass
Simon Ible, conductor Anita Watson, soprano Samantha Price, mezzo-soprano Ross Scanlon, tenor Timothy Dickinson, bass “Arguably Haydn’s greatest...
Minister Church of St Andrew, Royal Parade
Sat 20 May

More details - West Devon Triangle
The 22nd annual long distance sponsored walk, one of the highlights of St Luke’s Hospice (Harrow), will take place over the Bank Holiday weekend,...
West Devon
Thu 27 Apr to Mon 1 May

More details - Performance: Visions of Agony, Redemption and Justice, Plymouth Wrestling Association
Professional wrestling is an art form that is as culturally valid as a feature film, a work of art or a ballet performance. However, with a...
Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building
Tue 25 Apr

More details - Moments To See: The Art Of Everyday Noticing Workshop
It can sometimes be hard to notice and appreciate the world around us, we can so often be lost in a preoccupied world; yet we can find creative ways...
Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University, Roland Levinsky Building, Drake Circus, Plymouth
Thu 27 Apr

More details - Talk: Matthew Welton Poetry Reading
Matthew Welton’s practice includes collaborations with musicians, visual artists and other writers. A lecturer in creative writing at the University...
Peninsula Arts Gallery
Thu 27 Apr

More details - Talk: Meredith Miller: Book Launch and Reading - Little Wrecks (a Novel)
Meredith Miller is a literary critic and fiction writer who grew up on Long Island, New York and now lives in Plymouth. Her work focuses on gender,...
Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University, Roland Levinsky Building, Drake Circus, Plymouth
Tue 2 May

More details - Talk: Fereshteh Ahmadi: Women’s Literature In Contemporary Iran
Short story writer and novelist living in Tehran A short story writer and novelist living in Tehran, Fereshteh is widely recognised for her enigmatic...
Jill Craigie Cinema, Plymouth University
Thu 4 May

More details - Talk: Histories of the Unexpected Live
As a curtain raiser for Plymouth History Month, BBC’s Sam Willis and Plymouth University’s James Daybell present Histories of the Unexpected Live,...
The House, Plymouth University, Plymouth
Thu 4 May

More details - Drawn to the Valley with Plymouth University; Printmakers Exhibition
An exhibition of Drawn to the Valley’s printmakers in partnership with Plymouth University. Thursday 4th May 2017 to Tuesday 23rd May, open...
Plymouth University, Café of Roland Levinsky Building
Thu 4 May to Tue 23 May

More details - Plymouth Festival of Words
Building on the success of the Plymouth International Book Festival, Plymouth Festival of Words celebrates words in all their forms including...
Various venues at Plymouth University, Drake Circus, Plymouth
Thu 4 May to Sun 7 May

More details - Talk: Cathy Galvin: First Impressions
Short stories and The Art Of Submission Whether you are preparing to send your first collection to an agent or submitting to one of the many short...
The House, Plymouth University, Plymouth
Thu 4 May

More details - Talk: In Conversation with Peter Greenaway
Peter Greenaway is one of England’s true auteurs, and since 1965, his films have delighted, challenged and stunned cinema-goers. With remarkable...
The House, Plymouth University
Fri 5 May

More details - Film: The Cook, The Thief, His Wife And Her Lover (1989)
Directed by Peter Greenaway This film put Peter Greenaway firmly in the public eye and it became notorious for its onscreen cruelty and power. With...
The House, Plymouth University
Fri 5 May

More details - Talk: Michèle Roberts: Book Reading
A reading of her new novel, A Walworth Beauty Author of 13 highly acclaimed novels, Michèle Roberts is best known for The Looking Glass and Daughters...
Jill Craigie Cinema, Plymouth University
Fri 5 May

More details - Performance: Joan Ellis: Died Blondes
Marilyn Monroe. Ruth Ellis. Infamous women. Famous last words reimagined. What secrets did Marilyn whisper to Joe DiMaggio? How did Ruth Ellis...
The House, Plymouth University, Plymouth
Sun 7 May

More details - Talk: Chris Tutton: Poetry Performance
Award-winning poet and performer Poet, raconteur, maverick, wit – for more than 20 years Chris’ books and performances have beguiled, amused and...
The House, Plymouth University, Plymouth
Sun 7 May

More details - Talk: Charles Causley at 100
Celebrating the centenary of the much-loved poet Jen McDerra, CEO of the Charles Causley Trust, introduces the Writers-in-Residence based at...
The House, Plymouth University, Plymouth
Sun 7 May

More details - Performance: Michael Pennington: Chekhov in Siberia
In 1890, Anton Chekhov did a most un-Chekhovian thing: he battled 4,000 miles across Russia in order to conduct a survey of the penal colonies of...
The House, Plymouth University, Plymouth
Sun 7 May

More details - Talk: Irenosen Okojie: Book reading
Irenosen Okojie’s unique and highly imaginative critically acclaimed debut novel, Butterfly Fish deftly charts a dark, multigenerational tale...
Jill Craigie Cinema, Plymouth University
Sun 7 May

More details - Film: Into Great Silence (2005)
Introduced by Duncan Moss, Lecturer in Clinical Psychology and Buddhist faith advisor at Plymouth University. Dir: Philip Groning Running time: 169...
Jill Craigie Cinema, Plymouth University
Mon 8 May

More details - Talk: Slander and Insults in Elizabethan Devon - Dr Todd Gray
Dr Todd Gray has taken a leading role in the study of Devon’s history, has written widely on Devon’s past and lectured to a large number...
Theatre 2, Roland Levinsky Building
Tue 9 May

More details - Talk: Jamie Edgecombe and Rachel Gippetti - Fiction and Poetry Reading
Plymouth-born Jamie Edgecome, a fiction author mainly focusing on the Far East (predominately Japan), was the recipient of the inaugural Manchester...
Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University, Roland Levinsky Building, Drake Circus, Plymouth
Thu 11 May

More details - Music: Plymouth Music Accord Fundraising Concert
Raising funds to support music and musicians in Plymouth Mayflower Trio Pete Twyman B.E.M and Douglas Clarkson clarinets Mila Collier...
Upper Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre
Sat 13 May