Entertainment & Reviews

Dartmoor Folk Festival

Date of 43rd Dartmoor Folk Festival announced

Authored by Mary

THE date of the 43rd Dartmoor Folk Festival, which takes place in the foothills of Dartmoor at South Zeal near Okehampton each year, has been announced.

It has been scheduled for August 6, 7 and 8, 2021 and, all being well, will include a packed weekend of concerts, ceilidhs, workshops, song and music sessions, children's festival, craft displays, folk service, Dartmoor ramble and...

Plymouth College of Art Pre-Degree student publishes debut poetry book

Authored by Sarah Parker

Plymouth College of Art Pre-Degree student Ciaran Perks has published his first poetry book, ‘Peacocks: Illusory Poems’, now available for purchase at Waterstones and on Amazon as well as being available internationally through Barnes & Noble and more.

Ciaran, aged 17 from Plymouth, decided to pursue writing a poetry collection after receiving a notebook one year for Christmas. “...

Thelma Hulbert gallery

Present Makers 2020 exhibition launches online

Authored by Mary

Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) has announced that its next exhibition: Present Makers 2020 will launch online on Saturday 21 November and hopes its doors will reopen again on 2 December.

Present Makers 2020 demonstrates the skill and diversity of contemporary crafts people and designer-makers living in the South West and all of the work is for sale. The exhibitionshowcases creative...

Pantomime, Plymouth, Robinson Crusoe

Theatre Royal Plymouth pantomime to stage an all-new, socially distanced production of Robinson Crusoe

Authored by Mary

Theatre Royal Plymouth and pantomime producers Qdos Entertainment have today announced a swashbuckling cast for this year’s socially-distanced pantomime, Robinson Crusoe . Thanks to support from The National Lottery this year’s unmissable Plymouth panto will star Les Dennis, Connor McIntyre, Simon Webbe, Andy Ford and Jennie Dale, running for three weeks only from Saturday 12 December....

Worried About Throwing A Halloween Party? Here Is Our Guide

Authored by Sarah Parker

Halloween is one of the best festivals. It is as exciting as celebrations get. And what better way to celebrate Halloween than throw your own party? Are you anxious as to how to go about it? Worried that things might not go according to plan?

Do not worry. We are here to help you. In this article, you will learn some tips to make everyone remember your Halloween party for years to come...

French Film Festival

Vive le cinéma! French Film Festival UK reveals 28th line-up in Plymouth

Authored by Mary

Despite challenging circumstances, the 28th edition of the French Film Festival UK anticipates opening on 7 November 2020 at Plymouth Arts Centre with Olivier Nakache & Eric Toledano’s heartwarming The Specials . It stars Vincent Cassel and Reda Kateb who work together to help children with severe autism.

The festival takes place in more than 25 towns and cities across the UK and...

Christmas is back at Theatre Royal Plymouth

Authored by Mary

After the success of their Culture Recovery Fund application and a fantastic initiative from The National Lottery, Theatre Royal Plymouth has announced it is bringing Christmas back to the city with a full socially distanced theatre programme. The doors to TRP have sadly been closed to the public for the last seven months, the first time in its 37-year history, but preparations are now...

Scary classics back on the big screen at Vue Plymouth this Halloween

Authored by Mary

GET READY for some spooktacular big screen entertainment, as Vue Plymouth bringing back a number of fan-favourite scary films this Halloween.

From diabolical witches to maniacal murderers, there’s classic Halloween content to feed the appetite of all ages, tastes and fear factors – and best of all they are back big on the big screen where they belong.

Halloween fanatics will...

Families rank cinema as their number one half-term activity

Authored by Mary

New research by Vue reveals that the cinema is the number one family activity for children aged 5 – 14 this half term, with a trip to the big screen preferred to visiting a park, theme park or going for a walk by 69% of 2,000 UK parents and children.

And it bodes well in a year marked by restrictions on our daily lives, where the importance of escapism has never been stronger....

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Why to play at online casino?

Authored by Mike Page

If you want to play slot machines, blackjack, roulette or poker, it’s not necessary to go to the land-based casino. There are plenty of gambling websites that offer all these games online. You can stay at home and play as much as you want. Just pick a good casinos not blocked by gamestop with interesting games and big bonuses. It’s more then easy to pick a trustworthy gambling website now....