Michael Kiwanuka is delighted to announce his rescheduled tour for 2022.
The 2020 Mercury Prize winner and Grammy nominated artist was due to play Plymouth Pavilions originally in November 2020 which was then rescheduled to April 2021. With the current Roadmap from the UK government returning to Live, this show has now been moved to 2022.
New dates for the UK’s most influential contemporary art exhibition, British Art Show 9 (BAS 9) , have been confirmed. The nationwide tour will culminate in Plymouth from 8 October to 23 December 2022. Prior to this, the exhibition will be displayed in Aberdeen, Wolverhampton and Manchester.
Held every five years to showcase the work of British artists who have made a significant...
Devon’s Local Planning Authorities - with the exception of Torbay - have over-delivered on housing for the last five years, according to the government’s own figures.
Devon CPRE’s analysis of the 2020 Housing Delivery Test shows the county as a whole has delivered 30% more new homes than it was required to over a five-year period, in effect building 6,332 more houses than it had to....
Devon Cleaning South Hams is on the road to zero emissions with the purchase of its first electric van. Owner Amanda Barnes is pushing ahead with her ambition to run an all-electric fleet for the company - which also includes Plymouth-based Plymclean - despite being frustrated by the lack of charging points on a large council-owned industrial estate.
Plymouth’s Street Factory Charity, creators of the UK’s first Hip Hop theatre, are continuing to reach out with their well-known positive vibe as they continue to stay connected with their community. Today, they are encouraging the people of Plymouth and beyond to use the power of dance to connect with all nations through learning the simple steps of the trending Jerusalema dance.