What's on

What's on in October 2014

Key events in October



Calendar icon From 1 October 2014

Galleries and exhibitions

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery's permanent galleries and exhibitions running throughout the month.
Throughout October 2014


Plymouth's Great War: Three Towns United in Conflict

Come and see an exhibition that gives a unique overview of the First World War from a Plymouth perspective.
Throughout October 2014


Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery

Come and see a fascinating exhibition of 4,000-year-old finds discovered within a stone chest burial at Whitehorse Hill, a remote spot on Dartmoor.


Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking

A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.
Throughout October 2014


Smeaton's Tower

Climb the 93 steps to the top of our landmark lighthouse for great views of Plymouth and beyond.
Throughout October 2014 (Tuesday to Saturday)


Elizabethan House

Go back in time to Drake's Plymouth and see how a merchant or sea captain might have lived in the 1600s.
Until 4 October 2014


Merchant's House

Find out more about Plymouth's recent history including the Blitz and Victorian era in one of the city's most historic properties.
Until 4 October 2014



Calendar icon Week beginning 6 October 2014

Galleries and exhibitions

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery's permanent galleries and exhibitions running throughout the month.
Throughout October 2014


Plymouth's Great War: Three Towns United in Conflict

Come and see an exhibition that gives a unique overview of the First World War from a Plymouth perspective.
Throughout October 2014


Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery

Come and see a fascinating exhibition of 4,000-year-old finds discovered within a stone chest burial at Whitehorse Hill, a remote spot on Dartmoor.
Throughout October 2014


Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking

A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.
Throughout October 2014


Plymouth nappy and sling libraries

Are you interested in reusable nappies, slings or both? Come along to our library sessions and find out more.
Friday 10 October 2014


Hollywood Stars 1: Gallipoli (12)

Two young Australian sprinters face the brutal realities of war when they are sent to fight in the Gallipoli campaign in Turkey during World War I. This film stars a young Mel Gibson.
Saturday 11 October 2014


Calendar icon Week beginning 13 October 2014

Galleries and exhibitions

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery's permanent galleries and exhibitions running throughout the month.
Throughout October 2014


Plymouth's Great War: Three Towns United in Conflict

Come and see an exhibition that gives a unique overview of the First World War from a Plymouth perspective.
Throughout October 2014


Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery

Come and see a fascinating exhibition of 4,000-year-old finds discovered within a stone chest burial at Whitehorse Hill, a remote spot on Dartmoor.
Throughout October 2014


Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking

A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.
Throughout October 2014


Hollywood Stars 2: Legends of the Fall (R)

An epic tale of three brothers from a Cornish emigrant family living in a remote part of Montana starring a young Brad Pitt as well as Anthony Hopkins, Aidan Quinn and Julia Ormond.
Saturday 18 October 2014



Calendar icon Week beginning 20 October 2014

Galleries and exhibitions

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery's permanent galleries and exhibitions running throughout the month.
Throughout October 2014


Plymouth's Great War: Three Towns United in Conflict

Come and see an exhibition that gives a unique overview of the First World War from a Plymouth perspective.
Throughout October 2014


Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery

Come and see a fascinating exhibition of 4,000-year-old finds discovered within a stone chest burial at Whitehorse Hill, a remote spot on Dartmoor.
Throughout October 2014


Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking

A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.
Throughout October 2014


Plymouth nappy and sling libraries

Are you interested in reusable nappies, slings or both? Come along to our library sessions and find out more.
Friday 24 October 2014


Halloween 2014: That's Spooky!

Join in one of the City Museum and Art Gallery's fun 60-minute sessions filled with spooky things to colour, cut, stick and make!
Saturday 25 October 2014


Elizabethan House

Go back in time to Drake's Plymouth and see how a merchant or sea captain might have lived in the 1600s.
Saturday 25 October and Tuesday 28 October to Saturday 1 November 2014


Merchant's House

Find out more about Plymouth's recent history including the Blitz and Victorian era in one of the city's most historic properties.
Saturday 25 and Tuesday 28 October to Saturday 1 November 2014



Calendar icon Week beginning 27 October 2014

Galleries and exhibitions

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery's permanent galleries and exhibitions running throughout the month.
Throughout October 2014


Plymouth's Great War: Three Towns United in Conflict

Come and see an exhibition that gives a unique overview of the First World War from a Plymouth perspective.
Throughout October 2014


Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery

Come and see a fascinating exhibition of 4,000-year-old finds discovered within a stone chest burial at Whitehorse Hill, a remote spot on Dartmoor.
Throughout October 2014


Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking

A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.
Throughout October 2014


Tudors and Tussie Mussies

Join the 'Wild About Plymouth' team to learn more about the gardens, plants and life of the Elizabethan House.
Tuesday 28 October 2014


Elizabethan House

Go back in time to Drake's Plymouth and see how a merchant or sea captain might have lived in the 1600s.
Tuesday 28 October to Saturday 1 November


Tales from the Blitz

Join our professional storyteller and musician at the Merchant's House for tales and songs inspired by WWII.
Saturday 1 November 2014


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