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Untitled design (25)
A venue that redefines hospitality in the South West, setting the bar just that little bit higher.
Untitled design (32)
Located next to South West SUP next Firestone Arch in the Royal William Yard it is perfectly placed for refuelling after your SUP adventure or wild swim and listening to great live music.
Untitled design (27)
Recently purchased by Nudge Community Builders and Eat Work Art who are set to breathe life back into this wonderful building.
Junction new
Good beer, craft ales, wine, speciality spirits and regular live music.
RWY new
Award-winning Grade I listed ex-naval victualling yard, lovingly brought back to life.
crown and anchor
A Fantastic Pub in a Unique Location
Untitled design (24)
The developed St. Saviours Church Hall is now working as a hub for cultural projects.
hutong new
Excellent coffee, live music, DJs and records
plym arts cinema new
Plymouth's only independent cinema. The perfect place to visit for an evening of culture, comedy or classic film. Everyone welcome!
Mayflower museum (4)
The Mayflower Museum, set over three floors explores the story of the voyage of the Pilgrims and their journey aboard the Mayflower to America.
soapbox new
Award-winning, independent children's theatre based in Plymouth
Pavilions new
The leading events, entertainment and conference venue in the South West. Plymouth Pavilions features a 4000 capacity events arena and an ice rink
Tempted by Tango? Seduced by Salsa? Join the Lemon Frog Dance family and get those feet moving!
State-of-the-art chain cinema with reclining seats.
Making more things accessible to more people of Plymouth preventing unnecessary buying.
Plymouth Synagogue new
Plymouth Synagogue is the oldest extant synagogue built by Ashkenazi Jews in the English speaking world.

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