Plymouth Events Calendar

Looking for something to do in Plymouth? Whether you're a local, new in town or just cruising through we've got loads of great tips and events to offer. Find out what’s on in Plymouth with our regularly updated events calendar featuring the best upcoming events in Plymouth and the area.

This guide lists events at a glance, showing what’s on each month. See the highlights of What’s On for Plymouth, featuring the best of things to do in Plymouth – Live Music and Gigs, Family Events, Art & Culture, Food & Drink and much more. Plymouth fundraisers and charity events.


Important This Event Calendar is not maintained on a daily basis and some events may have changed dates or are no longer happening. Please double-check the event websites for the most up-to-date information.

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October 2021

From Einstein to seagrass, a lifetime immersed in coastal sediments – Professor Daniel Conley

21 October @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
University of Plymouth, Drake Circus
Plymouth, PL4 8AA Plymouth
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The University of Plymouth is proud to present the Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Professor Daniel Conley. Beaches are the most iconic form of coastal morphology. Present on all continents and observed throughout geologic history, they are not only a popular source of pleasure, recreation and contemplation, but also nature’s most effective form of coastal protection. An unconstrained beach provides a healthy margin between marine and terrestrial environments, reshaping to absorb the erosive power of waves against the coastline. Gravity’s pull…

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November 2021

The harms of hate: Challenging anti-Gypsyism – Professor Zoë James

4 November @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
University of Plymouth, Drake Circus
Plymouth, PL4 8AA Plymouth
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The University of Plymouth is proud to present the Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Professor Zoë James. The struggle for acknowledgement and respect of Gypsies, Travellers and Roma in the UK and Europe has been a constant challenge over centuries, and still today modern society affords them multiple and complex harms. The racism that underpins the attitudes and actions towards these communities is embedded into the European psyche and worsened by contemporary society that prioritises hyper-competitive, individualist capitalist values. As politics…

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