Date: 31 Jan 2012 Region: South West
Plans to expand Plymouth Theatre Royal with a two-storey extension and a new education space have been submitted to the venue’s local council. The theatre has filed a planning application with Plymouth City Council to redevelop its public spaces. The proposals include building a creative learning space within the theatre’s existing basement, replacing the building’s exterior aluminium cladding, renovating the front of house areas and re-landscaping the area outside the venue.
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discussing ideas, burning issues that people have, or delivering training from amongst the expertise of the group. If you have anything you would like to suggest we should cover, or have something to offer, please let us know.
World Premiere: Fallen Fruit – now here, now gone Katherina Radeva Saturday 11 February, 7.30pm, ICIA (Institute of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Arts), University of Bath
an informal sharing evening
This summer, New York artist Kurt Perschke brings his celebrated art project, the fifteen foot inflatable RedBall, to the UK for its first tour. Arriving on the streets of the English Riviera in Torbay in June, RedBall then tours to Plymouth, Exeter, Weymouth before ending its tour on London’s South Bank.
Article found at: http://www.guardian.co.uk 'After so many years, this theatre has become my life, it's almost family'