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Macbeth is playing at Plymouth Arts Centre from 30 Oct – 5 Nov
A play steeped in dark, pernicious forces, ‘Macbeth’ presents a unique challenge to the film-maker. With its blend of witchcraft and Realpolitik, ‘Macbeth’ lives between two worlds, meaning the most successful adaptations have worked thanks to … Continue Reading
Plymouth Art Weekender was an ambitious three day event taking place across the city on 25/26/27th September 2015, celebrating Plymouth, its people and the visual arts, and promoting the city as an exciting contemporary art destination.
During this year’s Indian summer, artists, curators and organisations pulled together to … Continue Reading
Tangerines is playing at Plymouth Arts Centre from 23-29 October.
The conflicts that savaged much of Europe and the former Soviet Union during the nineties remain mostly invisible in the world of film. They are much less discussed than, say, the Second World War, where distance and a deceptively simple narrative have made … Continue Reading
Imperfect Cinema Orchestra will be performing a live soundtrack to Tamar, a 30 minute film commissioned by the River Tamar Project, at Plymouth Arts Centre on Sunday 22nd February. Ieuan Jones spoke to Imperfect Orchestra ahead of the event.
There was a lot to navigate, so the map I was given on entry was indispensable. I worked my way through Frieze art fair methodically, starting at A1 and ending up in the smaller galleries at G. I gave each of the stands a rating out of 5. This quantitative … Continue Reading
Saturday 6 December, 10am – 12 noon
Plymouth City Centre
Well, that was exciting. I’ve never been part of an artwork before. Together with the other 159 participants in Hamish Fulton’s walk, I arrived at our meeting point at Plymouth train station with not the foggiest idea what to expect.