Come Together – Lennon and McCartney transformed for 60th anniversary performance
The works of John Lennon and Paul McCartney have been reconfigured by Dr Alexis Kirke, a composer at the University of Plymouth, into a new performance that will be showcase to audiences at the Port Eliot Festival this summer
Students keep audiences up to date at the Port Eliot Festival
Audiences at the Port Eliot Festival this summer will be kept up to date with the latest news and views thanks to a project involving students at the University of Plymouth and publishing company Guillemot Press
Schools work with University to create installation for the Port Eliot Festival
Pupils from Lipson Co-operative Academy and Liskeard School and Community College have worked with the University of Plymouth to create an eye-catching installation for this year’s Port Eliot Festival
Taking science to the masses at the 2017 Port Eliot Festival
The University of Plymouth will be taking its world-leading appliance of science to the Port Eliot Festival this summer
Port Eliot Festival
What's on at Plymouth University: Port Eliot Festival. Indulge in new and exciting creative experiences! St Germans, Cornwall, 27-30 July 2017.
University enhances creative opportunities through collaboration with Port Eliot Festival
The University of Plymouth will be creating exciting opportunities for students, staff and the public alike as it expands its partnership with the iconic Port Eliot Festival
Creative Cultivator at Plymouth University is excited to be a partner in ‘Cultivator’, a collaborative programme funded by European Structural and Investment Funds, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council.
Plymouth University's Creative Cultivator projects: TAGSCAPE is a project that explores ways of visualizing information about natural landscapes and turning it into innovative maps that will engage the general public and not just the specialist.
Experts contribute to showcase of meteorites under the microscope
Planetary scientists from NASA, leading international museums, and even the Pope’s astronomer, are among the contributors to an out of this world exhibition being held at the University of Plymouth.