Autumn has well and truly arrived, but the fun doesn't have to stop! Looking for some fun things to do this weekend? Whether you're eating delicious grub or partying the day away at The Weekender Festival, there is something for everyone in this weeks Friday Five....

See a Dino-Saw Show

Join baby Dino on an adventure and meet dinosaurs BIG and small.

Enjoy this immersive theatre show for under 8's by Stiltskin Theatre Company at their award winning children's theatre, The Soapbox in Devonport Park Plymouth.

Suitable for under 8's and their big people!

Book your tickets here.

Party at The Weekender Festival

Tickets still available to party the day away at The Weekender Festival.

Taking place at Newnham Park this Saturday and Sunday, The Weekender Festival is set to take you on a journey through the best in underground electronic music & commercial dance over a jam-packed two days. With the legendary Wilkinson and globe trotter Ben Nicky on headline, while Casa showcases the likes of Eli Brown, Bart Skils, and Danny Howard. 

Book tickets here

Seas the Day!

World-leading experts from University of Plymouth's Marine Institute will explore the global challenges facing our planet: how to protect our seas.

Come along to this family-friendly event the National Marine Aquarium and hear from scientists working to protecting our marine environment.

Bringing together scientists, artists and psychologists, this event also invites you to take part in a competition to make artwork from ordinary plastic, have a go at being the best litter picker in a timed litter pick and test the buoyancy of plastics.

Tickets are free but need to be booked in advance here

Delight in Seafood

Take a seat at Sutton Harbour's popular Rockfish and choose from the day's catch enjoying freshly caught, local fish landed that day, from sole, bream, mackerel, monkfish and pollack and more on their local seafood menu, all cooked freshly to order and served with unlimited chips. 

A delcious treat for all the family.

See some of the world’s most famous expeditions and voyages

The Box Plymouth have taken six works on loan from the National Portrait Gallery as part of its National Skills Sharing Partnership programme. See portraits of Cook, Darwin, Drake, Ralegh and Scott of the Antarctic in their '100 Journeys' gallery from this Saturday 25 September.

Find out more



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