Theatre company, Animate, are putting on an exciting immersive outdoor theatre experience around Plymouth’s famous landmarks. And you’re invited to Amble with Animate.[Read more…] about Amble with Animate | immersive outdoor theatre in Plymouth
Theatre Royal Plymouth is reflecting on the last 12 months, exactly ‘One Year On’ since its forced closure in 2020. After a year like no other, where the Arts and Culture sector faced oblivion, TRP reflects on its achievements during 2020 and starts to look forward to welcoming back audiences and participants.[Read more…] about One Year On | Theatre Royal Plymouth reflects to the future
The Exeter Northcott has announced a number of events to explore its archive and spark debate about emerging themes.[Read more…] about Northcott delves into the past to shape its future
The Dartmoor branch of Mothers Who Make has been a lifeline of creative connection for those faced with the triple whammy of being a creative type, a parent and being on the moor. Oh, and there’s an isolating pandemic going on.[Read more…] about Datmoor Mothers Who Make | creative rural mums connect
A remotely delivered series of workshops will bring together young carers from across Torbay to create a giant Wheel of Love, an art piece inspired by the spiritual mandala style, that will celebrate the important role they play in supporting loved ones.[Read more…] about Wheel of Love | young carers’ work celebrated
‘Peltorrighia! Peltorrighia!’ The primordial chant catches the wind and reverberates off the hills, ddescending over the ancient landscape around Bridford. A new presence of voices joins with ‘Ceto! Whale! Goddess’, the rhythmic tones beating against the trees and echoing into a chorale of sumptuous sound. This was not the usual soundscape of Bridford Woodland Park, on the eastern edge of Dartmoor.[Read more…] about Could nature provide a lifeline for theatres and the nation’s mental health?