Monday 9 May 2022

Artists in Residence Exhibition
10.30am-3.30pm
Visitor Centre, Ford Park Cemetery, Ford Park Road, Plymouth PL4 6NT

Free. Donations welcome. No need to book

An exhibition celebrating the lives and paintings of some of our local artists including Beryl Cook, William Gibbons and John Oxley Nash.

Walks with History – Plymouth Railway Station and St Budeaux: Plymouth’s New Transport Interchange
Starts at 11am
£5 per person. Pay on the day. Advance booking is essential

Join Walks with History for a tale of two railway stations, a ferry and two bridges.

Please come prepared for the weather and sensible shoes are a must.

Places must be booked via walkswithhistory@gmail.com  or 07443 890933 (6-8pm only). The travel from /to Plymouth by train is part of the walk but is a paid optional extra.

Tall Tales and Wonder Rooms
The Arts Institute Film Commission Premiere
7pm-8pm
Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA
Free. Advance booking is essential

Selected for The Arts Institute Film Commission 2021, the premiere of ‘Tall Tales and Wonder Rooms’ will be introduced by winning filmmaker Mohini Chandra.

Working closely with the film archive at The Box, Mohini has created a beautiful piece delving into the tales and hidden histories of Plymouth’s waters and the city’s links to the wider world.

Alongside Mohini, this film will have an additional introduction from Mallory Haas, Director of The SHIPS Project – a Plymouth based non-profit organisation that undertakes research and exploration of maritime historical sites and events, both on land and underwater. This enchanting film was produced in collaboration with The SHIPS Project.

Find out more here.

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