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Plymouth Citybus offers free travel to the biggest art show in town

Under 16s can travel free with any fare paying adult on the 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th December to visit any of the sites hosting British Art Show 9.

BAS9 features some of the most exciting art, from 37 artists and spread over 4 venues. Entry to all the exhibitions is free, and now Plymouth Citybus are offering free travel to under-16s across the Plymouth Citybus network, allowing people to visit the sites hosting the show.

From paintings to sculpture, film to installations, the exhibitions are being held at The Box, KARST, The Levinsky Gallery at the University of Plymouth and MIRROR at Arts University Plymouth.

With routes across the city, Plymouth Citybus are allowing up to the three under-16s to travel with each fare paying adult or concession pass holder for two weekends. Tickets are valid on the Plymouth Citybus network in Zones 1 & 2, making it easier for people to visit the exhibition sites.

Head of Commercial and Marketing at Plymouth Citybus, Mark Collins, said: “Our aim is to connect the people of Plymouth, whether that’s for work, exercise or for pleasure. Being able to support BAS9 through offering free travel for under-16s means we can help even more people enjoy what Plymouth has to offer.”

To find out more about BAS9 visit: https://madeinplymouth.co.uk/bas9

More information about the free travel offer is available at www.plymouthbus.co.uk/BAS9


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