Plymouth Seafood and Harbour Festival 2022
Visitors enjoying some fresh seafood tasters at the Plymouth Seafood and Harbour Festival. Image credit: One Plymouth
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    The Barbican and Sutton Harbour, Plymouth

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Seafood lovers are in for a treat this September, as Plymouth Seafood and Harbour Festival returns to The Barbican and Sutton Harbour on the 17 and 18 September.
Brought to you by the Plymouth Waterfront Partnership, this FREE festival is a vibrant celebration of the incredible sustainably caught fresh fish and seafood on offer in Britain’s Ocean City. There will be plenty of tasty treats, cool refreshments, fascinating demonstrations and fun activities for all the family to enjoy throughout the two days. It’s a brilliant opportunity to chat to the experts and find out more about your local catch, and to be inspired by our amazing chefs who will be cooking up a storm with seafood delights from around the world.
Visitors will be able to enjoy some cool refreshments from Venton’s Devon Cyder, whilst watching some of the city’s top chefs create spectacular dishes in the cookery theatre, which will be located on West Pier, by the Mayflower Steps. The line-up of chefs include two from the University of Plymouth.
An array of delicious food stalls can be found on The Parade with more stalls on West Pier, selling delicious fresh dishes to enjoy on the day, as well as some special treats to take away. The education/demo area will be on Quay Square where you can discover which fish are most commonly found in our seas, as well as trying some tasters of fresh hot mackerel and sardines from Sound Seafood. Plus more activities on Commercial Wharf to explore, including the IMECHE Cardboard Boat Race on Saturday, and on Sunday at 15:00 the Barbican Theatre will be putting on a performance of Shodyssey, by Assembleth.

Please visit the festival website for more information.

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Whilst visiting the festival, why not continue to enjoy the harbour and waterfront to take in the stunning views of Plymouth Sound? As the UK’s first National Marine Park, the unique waters of the Sound have been instrumental in shaping our city and nation’s heritage, culture, wealth and society.
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