A report on Plymouth University research, estimating future rates of coastal erosion in East Devon over the next 100 years, will be considered by the council's Strategic Planning Committee on Tuesday 20th October.
The research, which focuses on the eastern area of the district, is different from previous work on coastal erosion as it is for planning purposes only.
This summer our Plymouth Conservatoire Performer Training Summer School will take place at our award winning and world class theatre the House and offer a six day intensive training for aspiring performers who are interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts and professional level training.
Participants will be able to train in their chosen art form, acting, theatre and dance, it is open to all levels and ages 14 and over.
The Summer School Monday July 29 – Saturday August 3 will culminate in a performance sharing presented on the House Stage on August 3. Times to...
The School of Art, Design and Architecture Graduate Show is an inspiring exhibition of work from nearly 500 final year students across the University of Plymouth School of Art, Design and Architecture. It showcases the impressive creativity, innovation and talent of our students across a wide spectrum of disciplines, from architecture and design, to media and photography.
The Graduate Show provides a platform for students to present their work publicly as budding professional artists, designers and architects. It is a visible reminder of the prominence and importance of the...
For this concert, the University of Plymouth Choral Society and Sinfonia have chosen three contrasting works of Mozart, and a favourite Bruckner motet.
Mozart’s delightful string serenade Eine Kleine Nacht Musik precedes his setting of Ave Verum Corpus – a motet that portrays redemptive meaning of suffering. Bruckner paid homage to this work in his own Locus Iste. Mozart’s Requiem – in the portentous key of D minor – is haunting and powerful.
The programme is led by Musical Director Alice Dennis, BEM.
Programme: Mozart - Requiem Bruckner - Locus Iste Mozart - Eine...
Running alongside the School of Art, Design and Architecture Graduate Show 19, the Alumni Show brings together some of the finest alumni from the school including artists, designers, filmmakers, illustrators, photographers and architects, who since graduating have built successful careers within their respective fields.
Come and see how our creative alumni are making their mark on the world.
Times: Monday-Friday 10:00-17:00 Saturday 11:00-16:00 Sunday 9 June 11:00-16:00
Come and enjoy Christmas celebrations at Plymouth's Mutley Baptist Church led by the University of Plymouth Choral Society. Members of the public are invited to join University of Plymouth students and staff for this service of readings and carols.
Parting donations in aid of Shekinah Mission welcomed.
Imperfect Orchestra (IO) presents Metamorphosis, a short film exploring transformations through experimentation and abstraction in this contemporary reimagining of Franz Kafka's 1915 novella. IO's first foray into self-production of moving image uses the prism of 21st-century life and its many distortions to explore our cultural and societal values.
Continuing the use of live soundtrack, but with the inclusion of experimental live sound design, the film considers how these very values have transformed over time, and how they exert an almost farcical pressure upon all of...
Arresting, untraditional Shakespeare with powerful performances, striking design and sensory surprises! We have stripped back action and character to zoom in on the dynamics of the killer couple, tracking their murderous ambitions, escalating anxieties and disintegrating bonds against a backdrop of sensual pleasure and normalised violence. Expect a boisterous, playful Macbeth with ribald humour and a muscular undertow of menace. This production is ideal for anyone interested in both the play itself and in contemporary performance techniques.
Dr Dina Rezk lectures in Middle Eastern History at the University of Reading. She has researched the revolutions that swept across Iraq, Syria and Yemen, three devastating Arab-Israeli wars and moves towards an uneasy peace between Egypt and Israel in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Dina has looked at formative events, individuals and themes that have shaped the modern Middle East, from 'Nasserism' to political Islam. Her recent work concerns the latest upheavals of the 'Arab Spring' across the Middle East, and she has briefed UK and US government departments on...