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Online casinos - new opportunities to have fun online

Mobile technology has paved the way for a plethora of online casinos, bringing your favourite game to the palm of your hand. As technology advances, these online casinos can offer more bang for your buck than ever before. You can jump into chat rooms and socialise with likeminded beings, enter...

David Banks

David Banks


Festive favourites return to the big screen at Vue Plymouth this Christmas

CHRISTMAS classics and festive family favourites are heading back to the big screen this year at Vue, providing the perfect gift of the Big Screen Experience this December.

For those looking to enjoy a pinch of Christmas movie magic, Vue will be showing a number of select seasonal screenings across the month in the lead up to the 25th December and whether it’s some Christmas cheer...

New professional orchestra led by Jacqueline Shave announces debut tour

The Chamber Orchestra of the west led by Somerset’s own internationally renowned violinist Jacqueline Shave is set to bring world-class music to communities across the region.

Thanks to the success of a recent crowd-funding campaign supported by many local people in the South West, the newly formed orchestra announces their debut pilot programme.

Recognising a demand for...

Why slot machines are still the most popular casino game

It is impossible to imagine modern casinos without slot machines. Despite the fact that at the very beginning they were not so widespread, the situation in the gambling world changed quite quickly. After checking the latest lists of new casino sites prepared by Wagering Advisors it may become obvious that modern casinos are more focused on providing slot games and not classic card...

Plymouth College of Art alumni and staff explore mental health, trauma and memory in immersive exhibition at Studio KIND

‘ A Cake of Painted Tin ’ by Plymouth based artist Katy Richardson , which runs from November 5 to November 27 at Studio KIND in Braunton, North Devon, explores themes of mental health, trauma and memory, and features contributions by a number of Plymouth College of Art alumni and staff. The exhibition is the first collaboration between Plymouth based artist-led space KARST and Braunton based...

Visionary Victorian Knightshayes architect brought to life in illuminated walking theatre

This weekend an illuminated play will bring the architect of Knightshayes, William Burges, to life on an evening walk around the formal gardens.

Over three evenings from 11-13 November, the play will transport audiences into the renowned architect’s imagination, bringing his influences to life and transforming the gardens at Knightshayes into an enthralling dreamscape.


David Suchet comes to Devon

David Suchet comes to the Princess Theatre, Torquay on Tuesday 23 November for a strictly limited engagement.

Sir David Suchet makes his eagerly awaited return to UK stages in POIROT AND MORE, A RETROSPECTIVE this autumn, following a successful tour of Australia and New Zealand in early 2020. David will retrace his steps as a young actor, visiting more than 20 theatres across the UK...

Theatre Royal Plymouth announce new Young Company show ‘When This Is Over’

A Theatre Royal Plymouth Young Company production, in association with Company Three and Nick Hern Books is taking place at The Dome in Plymouth’s Market Hall next week on 27 and 28 October, with tickets on sale now.

As world leaders gather for COP26 in November, When This Is Over is a play in which young people tell the stories of their lives. It is about those pivotal moments that...

Elder Scrolls online class guide: Everything you need to know about the Templar

Templars are like monk and warrior hybrids. They have the constitution and strength of warriors but also pack support abilities that heal them and deal a high amount of damage. The templars in Elder Scrolls are not so different. Let’s take a look at the various skill trees and abilities the templar has to offer.



  • Great healing abilities for both groups and
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Extraordinary Bodies presents Human: a collage of intimate, funny, real life stories

Performing at Theatre Royal Plymouth Funky Llama Festival, Human combines the visual spectacle of aerial circus and dance, film and a binaural soundtrack. Human is an antidote to anxiety, gently bridging the transition from being at home in a pandemic to live performance in a tender, quirky collage of lives past and now. The show has been created to be as accessible as possible.


The Tamar to host the T Factor karaoke competition

The Tamar in Plymouth is hosting its very own X Factor style karaoke competition called the T Factor with a £500 prize for the winner

The heats will start on October 15th between 8.30pm-9.30pm and contestants will be able to perform two songs.

Michael Jonas, general manager at the Greene King pub, said “Hosting great events for our locals to enjoy is really important to us...

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