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Drake Circus and The Barcode gear up for indoor dining reopening

Drake Circus and The Barcode are getting ready for the next stage of their reopening, following the Government’s announcement that the country can enter into Step 3 of its roadmap out of lockdown.

From Monday 17 May, restaurants at Drake Circus and The Barcode such as Nando’s, Five Guys, Zizzi, as well as the popular new addition BrewDog, will be reopening indoor dining.


jack the ripper (plymouth steampunk theatre show)

Jack The Ripper (Plymouth Atheneum)

A dark drama based on the true story of the mysterious, unidentified serial killer who terrorised Victorian London. Combining theories of the killer, with a steampunk adaptation, in style, music and ulitimate motive, This is a production by a nationally award-winning theatre and film company, of local actors and creatives, bringing a whole new adaptation of this tale, to the stage.

This show does contain violent scenes, and descriptions of wounds. It does not contain bad language.

We are a Brixham theatre & film company, and...

The Plymouth Daily's essential guide to your weekend

At a loss on how to fill your weekend? Fear not - your one-stop shop of gigs, plays and gallery shows is here again. This weekend sees some great events for children at the city museum as well as some of the livelist gigs in the South West.

Event Calstock Jazz & Blues Festival Various Venues, Friday to Sunday All three headliners have now been announced – the Jacqui Dankworth...

Luke Fowler: The Poor Stockinger, The Luddite Cropper And The Deluded Followers Of Joanna Southcott

Luke Fowler is an artist who works with film, sound, installation and photography.

This new film focuses on the work of Marxist historian Edward Palmer Thompson who, at the age of 25, was employed by the WEA (Workers’ Educational Association) in Yorkshire. He taught literature and history to adults who, historically, had been unable to access higher education, including miners, factory workers and the unemployed. E.P Thompson and his peers, Raymond Williams and Richard Hoggart, were committed to the WEA values of delivering a ‘socially purposeful’ education and to the cause of...

Making Space: Fluttering Light

Inspired by the work of Luke Fowler, you will be creating environments in motion. Making screens from all sorts of unusual materials you will work with artist Tabatha Andrews to alter the shape of the space. Together you can then project light, drawings and film footage across the studio and with the addition of blowing fans, create a huge moving collage.

Making space is a programme of creative activities for children aged 8 – 13 years, led by practising artists and open to all children who like making things or using materials. The sessions reflect ideas and methods used by...