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News from Plymouth Museums Galleries Archives - February 2018

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Plymouth Museums Galleries Archives
News for February 2018

Welcome to our February update. We have another month of events and activities for you to hopefully get involved with, including more talks and tours and a fun event at the National Marine Aquarium during half term. 

Our commemorations for ICE 200 - the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the founding of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) - continues. The main change to our programme is that we have closed our exhibition at the Sherwell Centre so we can rework it for an alternative venue where access will be easier. We'll confirm more details as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can view an online version of it here.

Happy reading and we'll be in touch again soon. If you want to find out what we have planned for March and April, visit the what's on section of our website.

Plymouth in 1918
Dr Judith Rowbotham from the University of Plymouth looks at the impact the Representation of the People Act had on the city 100 years ago, in our Lunchtime Talk tomorrow (6 February). The talk will be held at the Athenaeum and starts at 1.10pm.
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Stonehouse Art
Join a member of our team to find out more about some of the public artworks that link Stonehouse with Sherlock Holmes and the Royal William Yard and a Royal Navy diet in our Bite Size talk on 14 February.
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Aquarium Evolving
Come along to the Aquarium for a fun interactive session on 15 February. We'll be looking at marine life and learning how different specimens have evolved so they can live underwater. Craft activities and a fun science show will also be on offer.
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Safe Spaces
Alan Butler considers LGBT spaces in Plymouth in our Lunchtime Talk on 20 February. What is the relationship between LGBT identity and its capacity to be signified, performed and developed in our city?
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Drake's Reservoir
Why not join us for a stroll around Drake's Place, a legacy from the original water source that supplied the city, on 24 February? Our guided walk will enable you to discover its history and its importance to the development of Plymouth.
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Local Studies Day
Tickets for this year's Local Studies Day are now on sale. This popular annual event takes place on 5 May and celebrates its 20th anniversary this year! Find out more about the programme and book your place now.
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Our ‘Plymouth - From Destruction to Construction’ exhibition can be seen now on Floor 5 at the House of Fraser. The exhibition has had over 5,000 visitors since it opened in late December which we're thrilled about! Find out more about our partnership with the House of Fraser in this video clip. You can also view information about The Box and see our scale model next to the Buy and Collect area on Floor 4.

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Plymouth - From Destruction to Construction
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Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AJ

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