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Poppies: Wave

Poppies: Wave

BY PAUL CUMMINS (ARTIST) AND TOM PIPER (DESIGNER) Some of the poppies which attracted huge...

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22nd Aug 2017-19th Nov 2017
Plymouth Literature Festival

Plymouth Literature Festival

PlymLit17 is a nine-day literature festival which includes events, venues and organisations from...

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21st Oct 2017-29th Oct 2017

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21st Oct 2017-29th Oct 2017
Fright Night at the Aquarium

Fright Night at the Aquarium

Family Friendly Halloween Event

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Season

28th Oct 2017
UV Zombie Assault

UV Zombie Assault

Every Saturday of October, will see waves of UV Zombies being pitted against the best you can...

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7th Oct 2017-28th Oct 2017
Spooky Night Ride

Spooky Night Ride

Join Edge Cycles for a spooky night ride at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park on 24th, 26th and 28th...

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20th Oct 2017-29th Oct 2017
We The People Are The Work: Peter Liversidge

We The People Are The Work: Peter Liversidge

We The People Are The Work is a major visual arts project that explores ideas of power, protest and...

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22nd Sept 2017-18th Nov 2017

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Plymouth Gin

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The Black Friars Distillery, the working home of Plymouth Gin since 1793, is the oldest working gin distillery in England. The building dates back to the early 1400’s and where the Mayflower Fathers are said to have spent their last night before setting sail in the Mayflower to the New World.

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