Workshops, talks, tours, and books

Only four days left, and Wednesday won’t disappoint. It’s your last chance to take the Buckland Abbey in depth tour tomorrow morning, so don’t miss it. Plymouth Museum has a talk on Plympton-boy-done-good Sir Joshua Reynolds and his Artistic Career. There’s also a meeting of the Plymouth Global Book Club, focusing on “The Speech” by Gary Younge in the evening, over at Plymouth University. If the young ones want something to do, then why not pop down to the Museum for their drop in workshop, Portrait Consequences, or head over to Smeaton’s Tower for the Fish, Ships, and Lighthouses workshop. Plymouth History Week Live continues in Drake Circus, with a theme of the secrets of Plymouth. Ooh-err!

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