At the Plymouth Seafood Festival the harbour will come alive with an exciting quayside celebration of the city's fantastic locally caught seafood in this annual event.
There will be a number of food stalls for you to sample and buy, as well as a Sea themed crafts and awareness area.
On Saturday 27 September the event will link with Japan 400 with some Japanese themed entertainment taking place during the afternoon.
A Cookery Theatre will be located on The Parade area of the Barbican, with local and regional chefs demonstrating seafood dishes.
Some local eateries are offering a 'Specialist Seafood' dish for the weekend, so why not pop in and try something different for this limited time.
On Quay Square there will be the opportunity for children to be entertained through the Puppet Theatre, face painting as well as listening to some local shanty singers.
Free fish theatre, cooking with kids, see and hold the live lobsters from our sea water tank, share with Dan the fishman's passion for real fish for real people
SATURDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER
10am Craig Arbuckle, Monty's
10.30am James Tanner. Barbican Kitchen
11.15am Adrian Bartlett, Crabstock
12.15pm Mitch Tonks, Rock Fish
12.45pm Stephane Beneteau, The Glassblowing House
1.30pm Kevin Robertson-Wells, Rhodes @ The Dome
2.15pm Yoshinori Ishii & Peter Gorton, Japan 40
4.30pm Riccardo Seffea, Yo! Sushi
SUNDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER
10am Chris Sandham & Nigel John, Theatre Royal
10.30am Adrian Bartlett, Crabstock
11.15am Neil Haydock, Watergate Bay
12.15pm Paul Eynon, Lemon Tree Bistro
1pm Chris Penk & Lesley Retallack, Cornwall College Saltash
2pm Richard Valder, Angela's
3pm Ben Squires, Catch of the Day
4.15pm Jack Noades, Boathouse Café
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