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Plymouth Pavilions

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August 4, 2020
Great place for live shows, Bar, Union Street Plymouth PL1 3LF. 01752 936363.
February 3, 2020
Plymouths venue for music and comedy
October 30, 2019
The south west's largest purpose-built conference, exhibition and entertainment attraction with an Ice Rink, catering outlets from fast food to ice cream and meeting areas.
October 29, 2019
Great place to enjoy a show
April 3, 2017
Ice rink and music venue. The ice rink has a variety of sessions including Ice Disco, Family Fun and Chilly Tots (where toddlers and under 8s can enjoy skating with sit on seals and cars and push along penguins). The ice rink is within a stones throw from a Toys R Us though so you may get requests…

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“This theatre holds some big productions. Check their website for shows, balet and operas on there website.”
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“Despite the uninspiring surroundings this is my favorite restaurant in plymouth. the food and atmosphere are spectacular. There is a little pub right next door which is also excellent. Rock Salt if I'm not mistaken is the highest rated Plymouth restaurant on Trip Advisor.”
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Real Estate Office
“Anything you could require during your stay is a 1 minute walk from the property on Mutley Plain Strip. This includes, Grocery Shopping, Bank, Post Office, Pubs, Bars, Cafes, Gym, Beauty Salons, Church, Dry Cleaning, Laundry, Take-aways”
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“Inspired by a 1920s speakeasy this is a fun place for a night out with live music and a great cocktail menu in the centre of Plymouth.”
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“ Barbican is an energetic waterside area where you will find many attractions like Fine restaurants , shops , Gin Distillery, Barbican Theatre , retail art Galleries, National Aquarium etc. The historical side of Barbican is the cobblestone lanes and containing 100 listed buildings and full of the architecture of a historic fishing port . Only a few parts of the city with buildings escape from the destruction of The Blitz during the second world war. If you enjoy history, why not explore Elizabethan House in New Street and discover and explore what a basic B&B would have been like back then -very minimal and not much else . It was built just before 1600 , mostly likely built by businessmen, shop owners for rental purposes and if they have families they would live near their boats and businesses as at that time the Barbican was busy and bustling.”
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England, PL1 3LF
Telefonnummer0845 146 1460