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Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
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A photo of a lunchtime talk at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Lunchtime talks

Unless stated, all talks begin at 1.10pm and last for up to 45 minutes. £2 per person. Advance booking and payment is advised.

Booking and admission

To obtain tickets please speak to a member of staff on our Welcome Desk or call us on 01752 304774. You can collect tickets by hand from the Museum or we will put them aside for you. Unreserved tickets will be available on the day although we cannot guarantee that any will remain! For the enjoyment of all attendees we will not admit latecomers if the gallery is full or very busy. If you wish to get a particular seat we would be very grateful if you could turn up in plenty of time.

Tickets are available now from our Welcome Desk.

Autumn 2015

Lunchtime talk: Sir Joshua Reynolds' Sketchbook

Join Art Historian, Professor Perini-Folesani from the University of Urbino as she discusses the content of our newly-acquired Italian sketchbook by Sir Joshua Reynolds.
Tuesday 8 September 2015

Lunchtime talk: Plymouth Breakwater: The Great National Undertaking

Come and discover the story of the building of the Breakwater with City and Maritime Heritage Curator, Nigel Overton. This is an Ocean City Festival 2015 event.
Tuesday 15 September 2015

Lunchtime talk: Understanding Plymouth's Breakwater

Learn more about the ongoing surveying and strengthening work and future plans for the city's historic Breakwater. This is an Ocean City Festival 2015 event.
Tuesday 22 September 2015

Lunchtime talk: In Search of Britain's Rarest Animals

Journalist and nature writer Charlie Elder, author of 'Few And Far Between', describes his travels around Britain on the trail of our scarcest and most endangered animals.
Tuesday 29 September 2015

More talks for October, November and December will be confirmed later in the year. Please check this page for updates!

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