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food and drink

With the festive season on the horizon, our local entertainment venues, arts centres and museums are jam-packed with everything from live music to comedy, workshops to festivals and we've got it all covered.

Our food and drink section will focus on the festive season, with a number of our citys best restaurants, bars and hotels tempting us with fantastic party nights, festive menus and offers.

We also chat to the hilarious Jack Whitehall about touring and coming to Plymouth.

We also ask three of Plymouth's most respected chefs to conjure up a perfect Christmas dinner for you to wow your friends and relatives with.

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Our new music feature will include local listings of some of the great names coming to the city.

If you are at all worried about what to get that special someone this Christmas, then don't be. Plymouth has a wealth of Independent shops, national chains, stylish boutiques and a collection of shopping centres that can offer the perfect gift to even the most difficult to buy for.

As the year comes to an end, we take a look at how the housing market has performed as well as how you can get ahead of the game, if you are looking to move in 2019.

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We speak to legend, Jools Holland, about his forthcoming tour with his Rythmn and Blues Orchestra. Plus, you can win two tickets to his Plymouth Pavilions show.

Our Shopping Guide has 28 pages of ideas, locations and retailers who may just find that perfect gift, for that special someone.

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Finally, we take look at some of the local areas new homes developments that may tempt us into changing scenery in the new year.

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what's on 5 – 6 Nov Tim Minchin Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com TIM MINCHIN, award-winning comedian, actor and composer, will return to the stage for his first UK tour dates since 2011. BACK is billed as Old Songs, New Songs, F*** You Songs, hinting at a set list of material from all cor-ners of Minchin’s eclectic – and often iconoclastic – repertoire. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details

5 – 9 Nov It’s True, It’s True, It’s True Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com “And there’s blood pouring out of this man’s throat. Because these two women are beheading him - did I not mention that?” Fringe First and Total Theatre Award-winning Breach (Tank, The Beanfield) restage the 1612 trial of Agostino Tassi for the rape of baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi. Times and prices vary, see website for details 7 Nov Simon Reeves Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Simon Reeve is an adventurer and New York Times bestselling author and TV presenter who has travelled to more than 120 countries making multiple award-winning TV series for the BBC. Time: 7.30pm Prices: £ 28.00 plus booking fee

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8 Nov Remembrance Festival Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The first Remembrance Day was conducted in 1919 throughout Britain and the Commonwealth. Originally called Armistice Day, it commemorated the end of hostilities the previous year. It came to symbolise the end of the war and provide an opportunity to remember those who had died.

Simon Reeves Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 13 Nov Elvis Tribute Artist World Tour Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The greatest Elvis show in the world… just got even better! Direct from the USA, Shawn Klush & Dean Z have now been joined by fellow US Elvis Tribute Artist Cody Ray Slaughter, making this an all-American spectacular not to be missed by any Elvis fan across the globe. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details

9 Nov Jack Whitehall Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Catch Jack Whitehall as he tries out new material for his upcoming arena tour. Times: 5.00pm and 9.00pm Prices: £ 33.04 (includes booking fee)

14 – 30 Nov The Strange Tale of Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com In 1910, the unknown Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel set sail for New York as part of Fred Karno’s famous mu-sic hall troupe. On this journey, Charlie and Stan shared a cabin and then spent two years together touring North America, with Stan as Charlie’s understudy. Stan returned home, later finding success with his soulmate Oliver Hardy. Charlie developed his Little Tramp character and within five years became one of the most famous figures in the world. Times and prices vary, see website for details

10 Nov Sir Lenny Henry: Who Am I Again? Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Lenny Henry is one of Britain’s best-known and celebrated comedians, with a career which began with cult star-dom on children's television including writer, radio DJ, TV presenter, co-founder of Comic Relief and award-winning actor.

16 Nov Josh Widdicombe Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The guy everyone can do an impression of is back with a brand new stand up tour. A show that will change your life and how you perceive your place in the world. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £ 22.40 includes booking fee

After the end of the Second World War in 1945 Armistice Day became Remembrance Day to include all those who had fallen in the two World Wars and later conflicts. Time: 7.30pm Prices: £ 11.20


Josh Widdicombe 16 Nov Becoming Electra: A Queer Mitzvah Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk A heart-warming and original one-woman drag show about a queer Jewish girl trying to find her voice. Electra struggles to reconcile conflicting elements of her identity: can she tell her queer friends she’s Jewish and her Jewish friends that she’s queer? You’re invited to the party she’s throwing to find out. Time: 7.30pm Prices: £13.50 Full / £11.50 Concessions 18 – 23 Nov Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com A sell-out before its world premiere tour opened in 2016, Matthew Bourne’s triumphant adaptation of the legendary film returns after winning two Olivier Awards and dazzling audiences across the UK and the USA. The Red Shoes is a tale of obsession, possession and one girl’s dream to be the greatest dancer in the world. Victoria Page lives to dance but her ambitions become a battleground between the two men who inspire her passion. Times vary Prices vary, see website for details 24 Nov That’ll Be The Day Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Topped with lashings of Christmas spirit get ready to party as That’ll Be The Day returns with its Brand New 2019 Christmas Show!

Jonathan Pie The UK’s most popular Rock ‘N’ Roll variety show celebrates the festive season with all your favourite Christmas classics from the 50s, 60s & 70s, plus plenty of hilarious comedy! Times and prices vary, see website for details

2 – 7 Dec We Will Rock You Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com The worldwide smash hit musical by Queen and Ben Elton returns to the UK.

26 – 30 Nov Nativity! The Musical Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Following two sell-out seasons in London in 2017 and 2018, Nativity! The Musical is coming to Plymouth this November!

The multi-million-pound show daz-zles all the senses in breath-taking style. Guaranteed to blow your mind, this musical phenomenon is not to be missed! Times and prices vary, see website for details

Feel-good, funny and full of joy, this cracker of a musical was adapted for the stage by Debbie Isitt, the creator of the much-loved films. Times vary Prices vary, see website for details 29 – 30 Nov 70’s Christmas Party Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Calling all you Dancing Queens and Kings: start the party with us this Christmas. Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie a great night out with a 3 course meal, fabulous live show and disco, that’s the Name of the Game! Time: 6.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 1 Dec Jonathan Pie Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com If no news is good news then good news is fake news. Jonathan Pie returns to the road once more to berate the people in power and the journalists apparently holding them to account. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details

3 Dec – 18 Jan The Elves and the Shoemaker Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Sam Lacey makes shoes that are out of this world. His imagination is huge but his shoemaking business is a disaster! Why would anyone buy a pair of Banana Skin slippers or spend money on shoes for a spider?! Even his neighbour Belinda can’t get him to see sense. Then, one night, two tiny green visitors climb into his kitchen and start stitching and cutting and snipping and gluing… Sam Lacey is about to get the surprise of a lifetime! This hilarious re-telling of the much-loved classic tale from the inescapably inventive Stuff and Nonsense is a total delight for all the family, full of wit, charm and surprising puppetry. Stuff and Nonsense return to Theatre Royal Plymouth with another festive treat, following recent shows The Enormous Turnip, The Emperor’s New Clothes, The 3 Little Pigs, Goldilocks and the 3 Bears and last year’s extraordinarily popular The Gingerbread Man. Times vary Prices vary, see website for details

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Le Navet Bete & Barbican Theatre: Treasure Island

Romesh Ranganathan

6 Dec Rob Beckett Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Rob Beckett is back on tour with a brand new stand up show. It’s been a busy few years for the Mouth of the South and he’s coming to see you to fill you in and make you laugh. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £ 25.76 plus booking fee

vocals. So, come dressed to impress as we celebrate the golden age of Disco! With songs such as Never Can Say Goodbye, On The Radio, Hot Stuff, Car Wash, Boogie Wonderland and many, many more!

7 Dec Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Festive military splendour will return to Plymouth Pavilions when the world famous Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular heads back to the arena on Saturday 7 December. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details. 10 Dec That’ll Be The Day Christmas Show Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com Topped with lashings of Christmas spirit get ready to party as That’ll Be The Day returns with its Brand New 2019 Christmas Show! See website for times and prices. 12 Dec Rhod Gilbert Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com It has been a while, but the multi-awardwinning Welsh comedian is back, with a brand new live show. Time: 8.00pm Prices vary, see website for details. 12 - 23 Dec The Wheel & Barbican Theatre: A Grimm Christmas Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk “A spin on the fairytales you thought you knew…. before Hollywood sprinkled sugar on them”. Once upon a time there were two

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brothers who collected stories. Times and prices vary, see website for deails 12 Dec - 5 Jan Le Navet Bete & Barbican Theatre: Treasure Island Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk It’s Christmas Eve in the Admiral Benbow Inn. Jim Hawkins is serving ale to the one and only customer the pub ever has. Suddenly the door slams open and in strides Billy Bones, the infamous pirate, to change Jim’s life forever… Teaming up once again with Barbican Theatre, Plymouth favourites Le Navet Bete return to the city for their 9th Christmas production, following their recent smash hits The Three Musketeers, Aladdin and Dracula: The Bloody Truth. Times and prices vary, see website for deails 13 – 14 Dec Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynics Mixtape Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Romesh is back with a brand new show ‘The Cynic’s Mixtape’, his most brutally honest show yet. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £ 25.76 plus booking fee 18 Dec Lost In Music Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.comGet ready to recreate the Magical 70’s and let us take you on a musical journey straight to the heart of Disco! Relive some of the greatest songs of all time from Artists such as Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, Earth, Wind & Fire, Sister Sledge and Chic. This show boasts a sensational live band, incredibly talented cast and stunning

It’s the feel-good show of the year! Lose yourself with us and leave your troubles at home! Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, please see website for details 20 Dec – 18 Jan Cinderella Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com After the fairy tale magic of Dick Whittington, don’t miss the magic of this year’s mustsee production of Cinderel-la, the Fairy Godmother of all pantomimes! You and your family shall go to the ball with yet another spectacular family panto, packed with all of the traditional pantomime ingredients you have come to expect from Plymouth’s biggest festive production. Cinderella will feature star casting, laugh-outloud comedy, jaw-dropping special effects, stunning song and dance and plenty of boos and hisses as the ultimate pantomime is brought magically to life. With generous discounts for groups, concessions and special rates for schools available for selected performances, it’s never too early to secure the best seats for you and your family. The clock is already ticking…book your tickets today! Leading our Cinderella cast is The King of Comedy himself, Brian Conley! We can’t wait to welcome him to Plymouth, it’s going to be a BALL! Times and prices vary, see website for details


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at Barbican Theatre and The Plymouth Athenaeum

It’s Christmas Eve in the Admiral Benbow Inn. Jim Hawkins is serving ale to the one and only customer the pub ever has. Suddenly the door slams open and in strides Billy Bones, the infamous pirate, to change Jim’s life forever… Teaming up once again with Barbican Theatre, Plymouth favourites Le Navet Bete return to the city for their 9th Christmas production, following their recent smash hits The Three Musketeers, Aladdin and Dracula: The Bloody Truth. Treasure Island – a hilarious riproaring comedy adventure encountering swashbuckling pirates, tropical islands and high seas. Join the four lads from Le Navet Bete as they play out the legendary tale as you’ve NEVER seen it before. Set sail with Long John Silver and some other characters you may not expect and prepare for a belly laughing journey to the Caribbean and back. X will mark the spot this Christmas!!

***** “Brimming with energy and fun” Reviews Hub (Aladdin 2018)

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Broadway World (Dracula 2017)

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FOR EVERYONE!

Le Navet Bete & Barbican Theatre’s Treasure Island: A Swashbucking Family Comedy For Christmas • At The Plymouth Athenaeum, Derry’s Cross, Plymouth PL1 2SW • 12 December – 5 January 2:30pm & 7:30pm • Tickets £20 full, £18 concessions, buy 2 full

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Made In Plymouth (A Christmas Carol 2017)

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A spin on the fairytales you thought you knew... before Hollywood sprinkled sugar on them! An adults only alternative Christmas show! Barbican Theatre 12 - 23 Dec 8pm Age 16+ Tkts £15 barbicantheatre.co.uk (plus 5pm on 14 & 21 Dec)

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The Wheel & Barbican Theatre’s A Grimm Christmas: “A spin on the fairy tales you thought you knew…. before Hollywood sprinkled sugar on them” • At Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, Plymouth PL1 2NJ • 12 – 23 December 8pm (+ 5pm 14/21 Dec) • Tickets £15 (inc all booking fees) • Age 16+ • Running time: approx. 80 mins inc interval

Once upon a time there were two brothers who collected stories. Dark and gruesome tales that were sanitised and sweetened for children by the manipulative rulers of the Kingdom. These tales became well-loved stories to share in the festive season.

This Christmas the Brothers Grimm want to reclaim their stories from the corporate giants that roam the land, and take back their place in the traditions of folklore. Join them as they tell the stories how they were originally intended; uncensored with all the menace and gore to thrill and delight us on A Grimm Christmas night! After last year’s inaugural ‘An Evening With Krampus’ was so well received, The Wheel and Barbican Theatre return with another alternative Christmas show where the kids are definitely not allowed! A Grimm Christmas features professional actors, supported by emerging actors and performers from the region

"Dark indeed and, oh, so delicious." British Theatre Guide (An Evening With Krampus 2018)

***** "Great show, a real alternative to the sickly sweet!!" Audience member (An Evening With Krampus 2018)

***** "Superb show. Can't recommend it enough" Audience Member (An Evening With Krampus 2018)

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what's on Combine the struggles with some catchy songs and hilarious slapstick comedy and you have the making of an all time great. This hit show received plenty of prizes and more Tony Awards than you can shake a stick at, even beating the wildly popular Wicked to the top prize of best new musical, when it opened in New York. The show is amongst the longest running on Broadway and has toured all over the world.

What sets it apart from any other musical is the fact, the majority of the characters in the show are puppets!

See you on the Avenue!

The cast have been working tirelessly for weeks perfecting the art of puppetry under the direction of Katy O’Brien Morse and the Musical Direction of Gary Hawkins. As this is something that has never been done before in the city of Plymouth, you can imagine there has been plenty of hours practising in the mirror with their furry friends. The cast have had 6 weeks of rehearsal puppets and then will have 2 weeks of the actual performance puppets, complete with costume changes!

The outrageous Avenue Q comes to the Devonport Playhouse this Autumn The Plymouth Theatre Company are proud to present the ever so popular, Avenue Q, running from 20th – 23rd October 2019 at the Devonport Playhouse for its Plymouth debut. Based at the Devonport Playhouse, the Plymouth Theatre Company are one of the oldest running amateur dramatic societies in the city. They stage two shows a year at the little gem in Devonport and Avenue Q is their next production which is a fantastic musical comedy show that has won prestigious awards in the world of theatre. What sets it

apart from any other musical is the fact, the majority of the characters in the show are puppets! Remember watching Elmo and friends on that famous Sesame Street on Children’s TV? Well, the puppets have grown up and find that the world isn’t quite as how they imaged it would be. This is a very grown up show with some very grown up problems. This is definitely not a show for the kids. The cast all suffer from a score of angst – sex, pornography, racism and schadenfreude.

So, want to see what all the fuss about? Fancy a night full of laughter and giggles? Then pop along to the Devonport Playhouse later this month, where we are sure you will be laughing out loud. Shows are nightly from Wednesday 20th to Saturday 23rd starting at 7:30pm with a Saturday Matinee performance starting at 2:30pm. The theatre opens 1 hour before each performance, so start the night off by visiting our bar before the show! Tickets are £17 for Adults, £15 for Concessions and £12 for Children (brought along at their guardian’s discretion!). They can be purchased by calling their Box Office on 01752 560726 or by going online to their website at www.plymouththeatrecompany.com. You can keep up to date with the Plymouth Theatre Company by liking their Facebook page, where you will see information about their current shows, up and coming shows (like The Sound of Music in April 2020) and show announcements… did someone say something about a swamp?!

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JACK SAVORETTI Friday 1 November RUSSELL KANE The Fast and the Curious Saturday 2 November TIM MINCHIN Back Tuesday 5 & Wednesday 6 November SIMON REEVE An Audience with Thursday 7 November REMEMBRANCE Friday 8 November JACK WHITEHALL Work in Progress Saturday 9 November (Two Performances) LENNY HENRY Who Am I Again? Sunday 10 November ELVIS TRIBUTE ARTIST WORLD TOUR Shawn Klush | Dean Z | Cody Slaughter Wednesday 13 November SNOW PATROL Reworked Thursday 14 November PAVILIONS INTRODUCES Pattern Pusher | The Trees | Sam Richardson & The Renegades Friday 15 November JOSH WIDDICOMBE Bit Much... Saturday 16 November THE AUSTRALIAN PINK FLOYD All That You Love Saturday 23 November 80s MANIA Thursday 28 November ABBA REUNION Friday 29 November 70s CHRISTMAS PARTY Featuring ABBA REUNION Friday 29 & Saturday 30 November

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JONATHAN PIE Fake News Sunday 1 December SAM FENDER Hypersonic Missiles Tour Monday 2 December

ROB BECKETT Wallop Friday 6 December ROYAL MARINES CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Saturday 7 December RHOD GILBERT The Book of John Thursday 12 December ROMESH RANGANATHAN The Cynics Mixtape Friday 13 & Saturday 14 December LOST IN MUSIC One Night at the Disco Wednesday 18 December JOOLS HOLLAND & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra Friday 20 December THE BOOTLEG BEATLES Saturday 21 December

JANUARY

CIRCUS OF HORRORS 25th Anniversary Tour Friday 24 January KAISER CHIEFS Special Guests Razorlight Monday 27 January

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WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT? A Tribute to Tina Turner Saturday 8 February BETH HART War in My Mind Saturday 22 February MILTON JONES Milton: Impossible Saturday 29 February

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DICK AND ANGEL Dare To Do It Friday 6 March BOYZLIFE Saturday 7 March SUSAN BOYLE The Ten Tour Saturday 14 March PAVILIONS INTRODUCES St Patrick’s Day Special | Mad Dog Mcrea Tuesday 17 March

THE BOYS ARE BACK Five | A1 | 911 | Damage Sunday 22 March MAGIC OF MOTOWN Friday 27 March ED BYRNE If I’m Honest... Saturday 28 March SIR RANULPH FIENNES Living Dangerously Saturday 28 March

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ROKIT WORLD SENIORS SNOOKER BRITISH OPEN Friday 3 & Saturday 4 April THE JOE AND DIANNE SHOW Monday 6 April RIVERDANCE 25th Anniversary Show Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 April JIMMY CARR Terribly Funny Friday 17 April ELBOW Monday 20 April

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Jack Whitehall

Award-winning comedian, actor and writer Jack Whitehall is coming to Plymouth Pavilions, on Monday 9th November, as part of his forthcoming UK and Ireland tour, Stood Up. Following two complete sell out arena tours, Jack Whitehall Gets Around in 2014 and Jack Whitehall: At Large in 2017, which premiered on Netflix, Jack Whitehall: Stood Up will be Jack’s biggest-ever live tour and promises to be the most hilarious yet from one of comedy’s most electric talents. Jack talks to James Rampton about the new tour.


In his live shows, Jack Whitehall likes to begin with a bang. Take the way he started the show on his last arena tour. “I love a big entrance,” the hugely popular comedian explains. "So last time I came on stage on a horse. In the first show, it did a sh*t on stage as soon as it came on. The audience were in absolute hysterics - especially as I had to clean it up before I could start the show." “Because it was so funny, I thought, ‘We need that to happen every night. Either we feed the horse extra before we come on or we plant a sh*t on stage.' We opted for the latter. So we planted sh*t on stage, and every night it got a huge laugh. The downside was, I also had to clean it up every night!” You can expect similarly brilliant comic moments from Whitehall’s new show, Stood Up, which is touring the UK and Ireland this autumn – his biggest such tour ever. Justly feted for his superb work on television, the comedian is, if anything, even more at home in the live arena. Whitehall is a dazzlingly funny stand-up. Often making himself the butt of his jokes, he generates wave upon wave of laughter in the auditorium. But be warned, he has a really loyal following, and his shows sell-out very rapidly - with many of the original dates already sold out and additional dates added to cater to demand, so you are advised to book early. It is very easy to see why he is perhaps the best loved comedian in the country. That is not just my opinion. Newspaper critics have been queueing up to pay tribute to Whitehall’s stand-up. The Times asserts that, “If you’re going to do arena comedy, this is how to do it”, while the Daily Telegraph declares that, “Jack Whitehall's refusal to grow up is just what we need right now.”. Meanwhile, the Evening Standard enthuses that Whitehall delivers what, “may well be the most spectacular arena stand-up show ever.” You will no doubt be very pleased to hear that Whitehall is just as compelling off stage. In person, he combines wit and warmth in the most magnetic fashion, and it is a sheer delight to spend an hour in his company. It is like being treated to a command performance – to an audience of one. Having been away from the stand-up arena for a while making hit movies and TV shows, Whitehall is very happy to be back doing what he adores above all else. Most recently seen in Lasse Hallstrom's film, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, opposite Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren, and Morgan Freeman, alongside Rosie Perez in the second series of Sky One's Bounty Hunters (which he co-wrote), in Amazon series Good Omens with Jon Hamm, David Tennant and Michael Sheen and as the first-ever guest host of The Graham Norton Show, the comedian outlines why stand-up gives him such a buzz. “I love the rapport you get with a live audience. “It’s great that I’ve built an audience over the years. It’s very exciting that they know me and have seen the progression of my standup. They shout things out and that becomes part of the show.

“I love the thrill of stand-up – it’s really immediate. It’s so exciting to be able to go on and get an instant reaction from the audience. I also love the fact that anything can happen – it is different every single night. You can change things on the spur of the moment. You’re totally in control.” Whitehall, who has also starred in such lauded TV shows as Decline & Fall, Fresh Meat, Bad Education, Backchat and A League of Their Own (which received a BAFTA Award in 2014 for Best Comedy Entertainment Programme), continues that, “It’s great making film and TV and writing scripts. But often you wait months before it goes out. “There is something so appealing about being able to get up on stage in front of an audience and have a very authentic, instantaneous and organic experience with them. I love that element of stand-up. When you go away and do writing and acting, you miss that. You get the itch to return to stand-up. It’s a bug. I’d find it very hard ever to quit it. I’ll always come back to it. It’s my first love.”

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appealing about being able to get up on stage in front of an audience and have a very authentic, instantaneous and organic experience with them. I love that element of stand-up.

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The other terrific aspect of Whitehall’s standup is that he thrives on creating a show with a capital S. He is always determined to give his audience wonderful value for money. The comedian, widely celebrated for the travelogue series, Travels With My Father, which returns to Netflix for a new series in September, observes that,: “Doing an arena show, you have to make it feel like it belongs in an arena. So you have to do stuff that could only happen in an arena. I really like big production values. You want put on a proper show in an arena. Musicians do it, so why shouldn’t comedians? “If people come to arena shows, they have made an effort. They have paid money for the tickets and got a babysitter, so you want to give them a real show. I love a bit of a fanfare and throwing in a few surprises that make it feel like a big event. It’s the musicaltheatre fan inside me. How close is that fan to the surface? He’s out and proud now! You have to embrace it.” It is fair to say, however, that Whitehall’s production values do not always go according to plan. When they do go wrong, though, it simply adds to the hilarity of the evening. Remember the incontinent horse? The stand-up, who has hosted The BRIT Awards for the last two years, welcomes

such moments of unscripted comedy. “It’s great when something unexpected happens in the moment. My stage caught fire in Leeds once, and that suddenly became the show. I have pyrotechnics on stage because I always try to make my shows like a Beyonce gig. “But that night in Leeds the pyrotechnics went off in the wrong direction and part of the stage caught fire. The audience were laughing so hard because they thought it was part of the show. They didn’t know that something had gone seriously wrong and that I was in peril. But they were just laughing away, totally oblivious to that.” “At first, I didn’t even realise what was going on because I had my back to the fire. Suddenly, the stage manager rushed on stage, grabbed me and dragged me off. I said, ‘What the hell is going on?’ He replied, ‘Look, the stage is on fire!’ It was all quite dramatic, but the audience really loved it.” Whitehall, who next year will be starring opposite Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emily Blunt in Disney blockbuster movie, Jungle Cruise, proceeds to reveal what subjects he will be addressing in Stood Up. “You’re always reflecting on what’s going on in your life. I’ve been travelling a lot with my dad recently, so I'll be talking about going around the world with him. “I’ll be discussing stuff about being in America, too, and how different I find that from the UK. I’ll also be talking about the sensitivity of the world at the moment and how it is very easy to cause offence and end up in trouble. Skirting that line can be very difficult.” The stand-up also discloses that he may tackle the hottest topic in British politics at the moment: Brexit. “I’m trying to find some fun in Brexit, but it’s quite hard. It’s like a dirty word. The whole audience clenches up when you mention it. That’s a challenge in itself. How can you do Brexit material and make people laugh about it?” Whitehall will, of course, also be dreaming up another grand entrance for Stood Up. “This show will definitely have some party tricks. In my first arena show, I came on stage on a Segway, and then the next time it was a horse. So God knows how I’m going to top that!” Finally, what does Whitehall hope that audiences will take away from Stood Up? “I love to make my shows really fun and silly. On stage I like to create a lot of joy and silliness, as I think the world is a depressing enough place as it is. I hope my show will be a fun distraction. I will be trying to get people beaming as they leave the auditorium at the end of the evening. “We are living in troubled times. Without wishing to give what I do any higher meaning, I think it’s really good to be distracted and laugh like an idiot for two hours.” Jack Whitehall: Stood Up comes to Plymouth Pavilions on Monday 9th November. Tickets are available at www.plymouthpavilions.com

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First event of the Mayflower 400 year From 5:30pm each night from 28th November – 1st December, the Royal William Yard will illuminate with beautiful projections, interactive installations and playful light art transforming the historic yard into a stunning immersive experience. Now in its third year, Illuminate has grown to become a multi-site festival, making room for even more fun! Explore additional installations at the Barbican and Mount Edcumbe Country Park! Illuminate will open and close the Mayflower 400 commemorations during Thanksgiving in November 2019 and 2020. The project is a signature event in the Mayflower 400 programme and connects the partner destinations across the UK and internationally. Claire Honey, Project Manager for the festival, said: “In 2018, Illuminate stunned with incredible light installations, interactive artworks and spectacular projections from local, national and international artists. The festival was enjoyed by over than 28,000 people across the four days. Now a multi-site festival we’re really excited to welcome new artists creating awe-inspiring light art to inspire visitors of all ages.” Future Make, a programme delivered by the Real Ideas Organisation, will be collaborating with Illuminate in the run up to the festival. Expect full day clubs in immersive media for 7–11 year olds and family activity sessions; there are more ways than ever for everyone to get involved in Illuminate! For more information and to book on a workshop or activity session please visit: realideas.org/futuremake/ This years festival hosts a variety of installations from local, national and international artists.

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16th November: Quiet at the Aquarium

This November, the NMA is set to open its doors once again for its popular after-hours event, Quiet at the Aquarium. Designed to allow families and individuals with sensory needs to explore its exhibits without the noise and distraction of the normal daytime crowds, visitors will be able to enjoy a serene and tranquil atmosphere that will allow them to focus on the beautiful Ocean life that surrounds them.

What’s On at the NMA: November / December 2019

As the countdown to Christmas begins, the National Marine Aquarium is looking forward to a jam-packed festive season of fun, with a busy calendar of events promising a great time for all the family.

selected dates throughout December, as well as taking part in a sleepover beneath the shark tank or attending the latest ‘Quiet at the Aquarium’ SEN event, which is due to take place in November.

As well as getting the chance to explore its range of breath-taking exhibits and meet over 4,000 Ocean animals – including much-loved cheeky Green Turtle, Friday, and a variety of different sharks - visitors will have the opportunity to see Santa diving in the Aquarium’s giant Eddystone exhibit on

The fun doesn’t stop just because winter is looming, and Plymouth’s best-loved indoor attraction is the perfect place to take shelter from the cold and enjoy a great day out. Take a look at what’s in store over the coming weeks and pop these dates in your diary.

23rd December: Christmas Night to Remember For a night you’ll never forget this festive season, get your tickets to the NMA’s magical Christmas Night to Remember, featuring a festive Christmas play and dive show that will take you breath away and get you in the mood for the big day. With mulled wine and mince pies on arrival to kick things off in style, expect a meet and greet with Father Christmas with keepsakes for the kids and some festive carols performed by a visiting choir – all in a unique underwater setting inhabited by over 4,000 Ocean animals.

30th December: Sleeping with Sharks 6th November: NMA | Lates: Wonder Women

The NMA’s popular series, NMA | Lates, is back this autumn, and the latest instalment is all about encouraging women and girls to pursue careers in STEM. Showcasing the range of STEM careers available in Plymouth and the achievements of professionals within the city whilst simultaneously reversing gender stereotypes, guests will be treated to talks from guest speakers from the Ocean Conservation Trust, Babcock International Group, the Marine Biological Association and Plymouth Marine Laboratory – all of whom are true ‘Wonder Women’ in their field.

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Enjoy a once in a lifetime experience this autumn with one of the NMA’s Sleeping with Sharks Sleepovers! These overnight events promise to be an experience you will never forget. Explore the Aquarium’s underwater world after hours, see what animals get up to at night and enjoy a midnight snack with a film in front of the giant Eddystone tank. But be warned, with an evening as fun as this, you might not get much sleep!


what's on The park and garden are open 7 days a week. Enchanted Saltram is open daily, 12-8pm, from 22 November to 30 December. Closes at 4pm on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve and is closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Find our events on www.nationaltrust.org.uk/saltram.

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The wildlife may be going into hibernation but winter is anything but a sleepy time for the team at Cotehele. The Winter Craft Fair returns on 2 & 3 November, where you'll find local artists and craftspeople selling a range of handmade gifts. A new exhibition – Merry and Bright – starts in Cotehele Gallery that weekend too, so you could get all your yuletide shopping done in one go.

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It's the most wonderful time of the year at our outstanding National Trust sites Buckland Abbey

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Step back in time and experience an Elizabethan style Christmas at Buckland Abbey. With cooking in the kitchen, decorations throughout the abbey and the barn transformed into a woodland wonderland, it is a Christmas not to be missed. The doors to the Great Barn are swinging open to reveal a Christmas from the natural world. The centre of the barn will be dominated by 200 Christmas trees and as you walk through this wonderland, the barn rafters will be filled with a constellation of stars created by visitors, volunteers and local scout groups. Come and see this aweinspiring sight from the 1st December. Once you have admired the Great Barn, you won't want to miss Christmas in the Abbey. This year the house will be transformed into an Elizabethan home of feast and festivity with local groups from the National Association of Flower Arranging Societies (NAFAS), who have been busy creating impressive floral displays that will fill the Abbey with plenty of colour and lots of festive cheer.

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It’s the season to be jolly and there’s no better way to start the festive period than coming along to the Christmas Craft and Food Fair between Friday 15 November and Sunday 17 November. Sample seasonal treats and shop for the perfect gifts at a range of stalls that cater for all tastes and budgets. There’s magic and wonder to be had at every turn in the house and garden as Enchanted Saltram returns from 22nd November. Decorations in the house have been inspired by well-known fairy tales and magical stories, from the Princess and the Frog to Little Red Riding Hood. The garden will be awash with a beautiful glow as some of its most loved areas are illuminated with a rainbow of colours. Listen in awe as Father Christmas shares some spellbinding stories and spreads the Christmas cheer. Booking essential – times, dates, prices and booking details can be found on our website.

A very special guest is coming to visit Buckland on weekends throughout December. Olde Father Christmas dressed in the traditional green will be telling stories about Christmases through the ages and will be handing out a special gift to those who join in with the merrymaking. Booking is essential and slots can be booked via the Buckland Abbey website. And finally, no New Year festivity is complete without a traditional Wassail on Sunday 5th January. Come and join us as Dartmoor Border Morris leads the Wassail as we celebrate and hope for a good harvest next year. Just remember to bring your pots and pans to make lots of noise!

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You can watch the Cotehele Christmas Garland being built in the Great Hall from 2-15 November and a new exhibition shows how the garland is created, from sowing seeds to drying the flowers and carrying them up the scaffolding. The finished garland is on display from Saturday 16 November with choirs performing underneath through December. Cotehele Mill will be open for a Victorian Family Christmas on long weekends from 29 November then daily from 20 December until 5 January. We’re hoping families will enjoy seeing the mill decorated for the festive season and there’ll be lots of hands on activities so children can experience the kind of Christmas that the Victorian Langsford family would have enjoyed, with toys, crafts and dressing up. The craft workshops will be open for the run up to Christmas and Mother and Father Christmas will be visiting here in December too. See our website for more details of dates and times for these and our other events: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ cotehele Merry Christmas! Cotehele


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Christmas Craft Fair In the month where consumption is at its highest, we're putting a focus on sustainability. Dartmoor Zoo will be hosting a Christmas Crafts Fair with planet Earth in mind. Tackling the gift-related waste and junk purchasing we're hosting a Christmas Fair with local, eco-friendly, responsible businesses. Hand-made, recycled, reusable and wildlife focused products will all be showcased at Dartmoor Zoo. This is the perfect fair to explore local talent and buy your loved one's gifts that don't harm the planet. Mulled wine, mince pies and Christmas snacks will be served in the restaurant. This is an indoor Event. Free entry.

Join the Tribe! Kents Cavern is one of Europe’s top and most exciting Stone Age caves, with an extensive labyrinth of spectacular and easily accessible caverns open daily all year. Our entertaining guides will take you on an underground adventure in this award-winning attraction and Stone Age home to Britain’s earliest humans and Ice Age beasts. Trips around the caves explore fascinating passageways and stunning chambers where you can get up close with thousands of year-old cave formations.

Our entertaining guides will take you on an underground adventure in this award-winning attraction and Stone Age home to Britain’s earliest humans and Ice Age beasts

Christmas at Paignton Zoo Be sure to visit us this Christmas for some festive fun! Meet Santa in his magical grotto and receive a fantastic present. Then follow the snowman trail to pick up a special prize from the elves as you leave. Tickets are £9.50 per child (normal Zoo admission prices apply) For just £9.50 children will receive a Santa meet and greet with present and a chocolate snowman upon completion of the trail. Dates to meet Santa are: Saturday 14th December, Sunday 15th December Saturday 21st December, Sunday 22nd December Monday 23rd December, Tuesday 24th December (morning only) Our festive event is very popular and therefore BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL. Christmas Grotto tickets will be available to book online from Tuesday 1st October at 9:30am.Tickets will be sold in 5 minute time slots to keep queuing times down (maximum of six children per booking slot). Please note: Unfortunately no refunds will be given once a booking has been received.

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There’s loads to do outside the caves, with fun family activities throughout the school holidays, where you can channel the skills of your ancestors on our Woodland Trail. Hunt for animals like woolly mammoths, hyenas and cave bears; see if you could survive the Stone Age at our spear throwing and shelter building stations. Once you’ve worked up an appetite head into Firestone Kitchen, the home of food and drink at the caves for top quality food throughout the day. (Top tip: you don’t need to visit the caves to enjoy Firestone Kitchen!) Every day during school holidays, there are lots of extra craft sessions to get involved with. Loads of special events throughout the year including our famous Santa in the Caves experience, Carols Underground, Candlelit tours, Cave Cinema, Dinosaur Quest and more! Check out our website for more information, prices and how to book: www.kents-cavern.co.uk


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Rolex watches continue to dominate demand with the 1960’s sports watches in particular demand, this was apparent when a 1966 Submariner sold to a buyer in Los Angeles for an impressive £18,000.

Auctioneer Paul Keen has really noticed an uplift in the collectors market particularly coins, his last auction featured over 40 gold sovereigns and a rare George VI, 1937 proof sovereign which sold for just under £3000 to an online bidder.

One of the finest diamond rings of the year turned up at the November sale, a family heirloom set with almost six carats of diamonds with an impressive price tag of £20,000.

In the same auction a rare Jeffries of London concertina sold to an online collector for double estimate at £2,000 and an early Victorian novelty silver inkwell modelled in the form of a tortoise soared past its smite to sell for £1,550.

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It’s been a busy year a Plymouth Auction Rooms. Their sales of art, watches and fine jewellery have really moved on at a pace with strong results in each section.

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Three Wise Chefs

If you are looking to add a little sparkle into this years festive fayre, we have asked three of the city's most respected Head Chefs to come up with some recipes that will wow your dinner party guests...

starter marco pierre white's classic 1970's style prawn cocktail Ingredients: Prawns, shell on Iceberg lettuce Lemon wrap Marie rose sauce Bread brown Butter - unsalted Paprika Free range egg Micro parsley Salt Maldon Pepper And the Marie Rose sauce Mayonnaise MPW Thick Tomato Ketchup Lea & Perrins

Tabasco Sauce Lemon Juice Brandy Method: Defrost prawns. Place washed and sliced iceberg lettuce in bottom of glass. Season the prawns with salt and pepper. Slice egg into 4 quarters, place 3/4 of the egg on top of the iceberg then add the prawns, top prawns with Marie rose sauce. Finish with micro parsley, grate the last quarter of the hard boiled egg and sprinkle of paprika, garnish with lemon wrap and brown bread and butter, serve as per image.


main fletcher of fletcher's restaurant brown shrimp and chorizo beurre-blanc Ingredients: Fillet of Sea Bass 200g Double Cream 200g White Wine Vinegar Butter to taste 1/2 Shallot Bunch of Thyme Clove of garlic Bunch of Rosemary Bunch of Bay Leaf Chopped Chorizo to taste Brown Shrimps to taste as preferred Tender-stem broccoli

Once reduced to half, add 200g of double cream and reduce again by half. Pass through a sieve and set aside.

Emulsify fridge-cold butter, chorizo and brown shrimp through the beurre-blanc to taste Serve with mash potatoes, tender-stem broccoli or spring-onions. Enjoy!

Have a large fillet of sea bass and lightly score the skin across the fish with a sharp knife, allowing a more even finish. Add oil to a hot non-stick frying pan and when lightly smoking, turn the heat to low.

method:

Add your sea bass skin side down and lightly hold fish to ensure your sea bass cooks evenly. Cook until centre is white and slightly warm.

Put 200g of white wine vinegar into a hot pan to reduce, adding shallots; thyme, garlic clove and bay leaf.

Add butter, thyme, garlic and rosemary. Nappe and flip for approximately 20 seconds.

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dessert

jake westlake's Moorland Garden Hotel Millionaire Mousse Chocolate jelly

Makes 6 – 8 portions

Ingredients: Biscuit base

150g digestive biscuits (blitzed) 125g butter

Salted caramel mousse 1 tin caramel condensed milk 125g butter 125g golden syrup 2 gelatine leaves 300g double cream

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45g sugar 220ml water 30g cocoa powder 2 and a half gelatine leaves

boil, quickly add the cocoa powder and reduce to a simmer on low for 4-5 minutes until it shows a shine, keep a watchful eye or it can catch on the sides. Whisk in the gelatine and leave to go cold before placing it on top of the mousse.

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5. Leave to set together for a minimum of two hours.

1. Grease and line with parchment paper a springform cake tin.

6. Enjoy!

2. For the base: melt the butter for the biscuit base and add to the blitzed biscuits. Mix together and place in the lined tray. Leave to set. 3. To make the mousse: In a bain marie melt the butter, golden syrup and caramel condensed milk together. Soak the gelatine separately and add to the mix when it has softened, then leave to cool. Once cool, whisk the double cream until it shows soft peaks then fold through the mixture and once mixed, add to the top of the biscuit base. 4. For the jelly: soak the gelatine. In a pan, carefully bring the water and sugar to the


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food and drink food and drink book releases

food and drink book releases

Pinch of Nom: Everyday Light

BOSH! Healthy Vegan:

100 brand new delicious recipes - all under 400 calories - from Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone, the creators of Pinch of Nom.

Henry and Ian are on a mission to help you eat and feel better, using only the power of plants!

Featuring proper breakfasts, light takes on family favourites, cheeky fakeaways and speedy midweek meals, Pinch of Nom: Everyday Light, the second cookbook from Pinch of Nom is full of hearty, everyday recipes - nearly halfof of which vegetarian. The beauty the are tasting

With 80 delicious, plant-based recipes and nourishing meal plans to help you stay on track whatever your goal, this book is your ticket to a healthier, happier life.

Authors: Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone Publishers: Bluebird RRP: £ 10.00 (Hardcover)

Authors: Ian Theasby and Henry Firth Publishers: HQ RRP: £ 11.99 (Paperback)

Experience new flavours, textures and dishes with

Boringdon Hall's Tasting Menu

menu.

In the 1970’s, The Tasting Menu, French in origin, was a way for the biggest French chefs of the nouvelle cuisine movement to dictate the eating and drinking experience to their diners by serving them not three large courses, but ten or more smaller ones. It marked the beginnings of the cult of the chef, and the restaurant’s movement from somewhere that you go just to eat to somewhere you go for an experience.

What to love about the Tasting Menu…

It’s not always easy picking from the menu, especially when simultaneously trying to remain present in table conversation. Questions dart around the mind: “do I go for the trusty old favourite?” “I should really try something new…”, “Will I get food envy?’, Two Chubby Cubs all confusing questions that we could quite Authors: Paul put, Anderson frankly doJames without.and Simply a tasting menu Kite dishes in smaller isPublishers: a collectionYellow of several RRP: £ – 14.00 (Hardcover) portions it’s all about experimenting with new flavours, new dishes; the perfect way to The debut cookbook taste an entire menu. from the Twochubbycubs - inspired by their slimming blog loved by thousands!

Why does the chef love The Cookbook fabulous and funny the Tastingis aMenu?

collection of 100 Tasting menus arenever-before-seen a way for the chefrecipes to that boththeir meat-eaters will love express creativity,and theirveggies vision and from a 'cheesy hash brown rosti' for breakfast their philosophy, through the cuisine. It’s a through toofawhat 'totally-not-KFC-style' summary they can offer. Thefakeaway longer dinner–and everything in-between - with format being able to do dishes that are prep boxes for the weekend, plus some 'healthyslightly smaller – gives chefs the freedom to ish'able indulgences special occasions to get be to almost for take the diner on a culinary the taste buds journey that theywatering. want you to go on.

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We believe our tasting menus enhance the Boringdon experience, they are part of the best of what we do. We offer two Tasting Menus, a 5-course or 7-course Signature Menu. The portion size, balance and texture are carefully thought through. Discover dishes that are exclusive to the tasting menu such as the Brixham Crab and Raspberry Mousse. From October until the end of December we’ve paired our 7-course tasting menu starting with a glass of Grand Siecle by Laurent-Perrier; it will be an expression of excellence from start to finish. Seven course tasting menu with a glass of Grand Siecle is £85 per person. Bookings can be made at www.boringdonhall.co.uk or by calling 01752 344455.

The Fitness Chef: Eat What You Like & Lose Weight For Life Author: Graeme Tomlinson Publishers: Edbury Press RRP: £ 11.89 (Hardcover)

The Fitness Chef is here to show you how to lose weight and keep it off by making some simple changes to your existing diet. Discover why restrictive diets always fail, forget all the dieting myths that are dragging you down, and start doing what you actually need to do to get results with Graeme's easy-to-understand infographics and meal inspiration.


New Year’s Eve at Boringdon Hall The glamorous evening of celebrations will begin with a tempting Champagne reception in the Great Hall followed by an exquisite five-course menu created by Head Chef Scott Paton. Dance the night away to our live band & DJ and be dazzled by fireworks on the lawn; the Masquerade Ball at Boringdon is the most exclusive event this festive season. £110 per person

To book call 01752 344455 Want to linger a little longer in luxury? Take a look at our tempting New Years Eve Break

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A craving for afternoon tea Experience the quintessentially English tradition at Boringdon Hall this Christmas It is no secret that we adore Afternoon Tea here at Boringdon Hall and our guests seem to love it just as much as we do. With care, time and passion the team create indulgently wonderful Afternoon Teas, from the signature three tiers, to our ever-popular Special Edition masterpieces.

Over the years, Boringdon have proudly presented a variety of themed afternoon delights for all ages to enjoy, no matter what the occasion.

Our new Festive Afternoon Tea will be launching on Monday 18th November 2019 giving our guests an array of wintery Afternoon Tea options to delight the taste buds. Served daily from 1-4pm in the quintessentially English Great Hall at £27 per person and £9.50 per child. A warming glass of mulled wine can be added on as an upgrade.

Relaxed Fine Dining at the heart of Plymouth. Located in the heart of Plymouth’s City Centre, Fletcher’s Restaurant opened its doors in November 2018 and is walking distance from the Plymouth Theatre Royal. Head Chef Fletcher, 24, (who was the previous Sous Chef at the former Michelin starred Treby Arms) and his team offer both a PreTheatre and A la Carte menu for an delightful dining experience and to excite your taste buds. Fletcher and his team use local and fresh produce and change the menu regularly as the seasons change.

Fletcher's Restaurant offer both a Pre-Theatre and Al a Carte to excite your taste buds and offer a delightful dining experience. Christmas is just around the corner - planning a Christmas Staff night out? Why not visit Fletcher’s Restaurant Christmas Offer: Pre-Theatre (launching from 1st December 2019) 2 courses for £20 and 3 courses for £25 (available from 12:00 - 14:00 and 17:30 - 18:30) Christmas Offer: À la Carte (launching from 1st December 2019) 2 courses for £32 or 3 courses for £38 '

Over the years, Boringdon have proudly presented a variety of themed afternoon delights for all ages to enjoy, no matter what the occasion. From a whimsical Beatrix Potter Afternoon Tea, served with an edible McGregor’s cabbage patch to Sleeping Beauty, Robin Hood, Wimbledon and of course the ever so popular Beauty and the Beast.

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A quintessential English tradition, Afternoon Tea began in 1840, 200 years after Boringdon Hall came to be, when Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, would become hungry in the afternoons. It was usual for people to eat only two main meals a day, breakfast and dinner at around 8’o clock in the evening. With dinner being a little later, the solution for the Duchess was a pot a tea and a light snack of bread and butter, taken privately in her boudoir during the afternoon. Afternoon Tea has since moved on from bread and butter and now features all manner of decadent sweet treats.

Fletcher's Restaurant

If you are in the mood for some festive cocktails, Jessica and her Front of House team have a great selection for you to try including the ‘Winter Martini’, ‘Take me to the Peach’ or ‘Hibiscus Explosion’. Or why not try their beautiful alcohol free mocktail, ‘The Rose Fizz’ Enjoy a relaxed fine-dining experience with Fletcher’s Restaurant! Check them out on Facebook, Instagram or TripAdvisor!

Gill Akaster House Princess St, Plymouth PL1 2EX Tel: 01752201523 Enquiries@fletchersrestaurant.co.uk www.fletchersrestaurant.co.uk

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Fletcher's Restaurant RELAXED FINE DINING

Christmas Offer Pre-Theatre (available from 1st December 2019) 2 Courses for £20.00 and 3 Courses for £25.00 (available from 12:00 - 14:00 and 17:30 - 18:30)

À la carte (available from 1st December 2019) 2 Courses for £32.00 or 3 Courses for £38.00 Opening hours Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00 – 14:00 and 17:30 – 21:00 Closed Sunday and Monday For reservations, please contact us on 01752 201523 or, email enquiries@fletchersrestaurant.co.uk

27 Princess Street | Plymouth | Devon | PL1 2EX Tel: 01752 201523 www.fletchersrestaurant.co.uk


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A celebration for all occasions this Christmas at the Moorland Garden Hotel The Moorland Garden Hotel awaits your next visit. Located between Tavistock and Plymouth, and on the edge of the moors, you will drop from the main road to a quiet lane surrounded by grazing sheep and wild Dartmoor ponies. During the winter months you will enter into a battle of wills with the sheep cosied up on the road in the cold mornings. The drive that takes you to the Hotel reveals the 9 acres of gardens that retain colour all through the year. These provide for a peaceful pre-dinner stroll, a stretch of the legs after a long drive, room to meander to clear your mind after a long day at work, a great playing space for children or a great mix of them all for a weekend when used as a backdrop for your Wedding Day and the photographs. The Hotel itself is a 4 star 44 bedroom Hotel with an AA rosette restaurant and a friendly

team who enjoy what they do. From a one night stop through to a three night Christmas Break, everyone at the Hotel will not only help you to enjoy your stay but will look forward to seeing you again.

on Boxing Day. If you need somewhere for family to stay nearby because you are full to the rafters at Christmas, then enquire with the Hotel for Bed & Breakfast rates to give them that cosy base while in the area. Christmas is such a magical time of year, it is a Winter wonderland full of fun and festive spirit, chilly days perfect for hot chocolate, quality time with family and friends, and maybe even time for romance. It is a wonderful time to look at the year past and glance forward with anticipation to what will be happening in the year ahead.

A celebration for all occasions this Christmas at the Moorland Garden Hotel

The Hotel team relish the changing seasons The team are only a call or an e-mail away and the way every month of the year brings from helping you to create a great time this something different to enjoy, but December December, simply contact Laura and Karen is a special time of year for all the team. For on 01822 852245 or on all things festive the Hotel has you covered. events@moorlandgardenhotel.co.uk The Moorland Garden Hotel awaits your next visit. Looking for that office get-together? How Just Plymouth and about aoutside festive afternoon tea, lunch or dinneron the edge of the moors you or perhaps a Crystal Christmas Party to get will drop from the main road to a quiet lane surrounded in the spirit. For that group of friends you promise toby meet up with each year but itand wild Dartmoor ponies. grazing sheep somehow doesn’t seem to happen? Festive During the tea winter willyou enter into all things festive the Hotel has you covered. afternoon andmonths lunchesyou have covered. Looking for that office get-together? How aFor battle wills with thewho sheep cosied up on the of modern family need several about a festive afternoon tea, lunch or dinner the road in the cold mornings. drive that Christmas celebrations to seeThe everyone, takes the Hotel reveals the 9afternoon acres or perhaps a Crystal Christmas Party to get there you are to festive lunches to enjoy, of gardens that retain colour or alleven through the in the spirit. For that group of friends you teas, Christmas Eve dinner dinner year. These provide a peaceful pre-dinner promise to meet up with each year but it somehow doesn’t seem to happen? Festive stroll, a stretch of the legs after a long drive, afternoon tea and lunches have you covered. room to meander to clear your mind after a long day at work, a great playing space for children or a great mix of them all for a For the modern family who need several weekend when used as a backdrop for your Christmas celebrations to see everyone, Wedding Day and the photographs. there are festive lunches to enjoy, afternoon teas, Christmas Eve dinner or Boxing Day Dinner. All you need do is contact the The Hotel team relish the Events Team who will to walk youand through the When looking ahead 2020 planning changing seasons and the organisational steps requiredevent, to ensure your your next special occasion, getaway way every month of the booking goes planned. or looking for as The Venue for your Big Day, it is a great idea to keep an eye on the Hotel’s year brings something For moreand details on media Festivefor Packages, call website social all upcoming different to enjoy, but 01822 or contact offers the events teamto on events,852245 accommodation and news December is a special time events@moorlandgardenhotel.co.uk make sure you don’t miss out on anything that this great Hotel has to offer. of year for all the team. The Hotel team relish the changing seasons and the way every month of the year brings something different to enjoy, but December is a special time of year for all the team. For

The team at The Moorland Garden Hotel wish all of their customers past, present and future a wonderful Christmas and very Happy and Prosperous New Year.


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Catalunya The 'C' word Spain’s undiscovered wine region.

eye at every new view. The great Spanish Sparkling wine Cava is king here with ancient and traditional bodegas producing with countless styles and prices. The idea of a Spanish sparkling wine (Cava) initially came from Champagne as pioneer wine families sought to create wealth and stylistic wines around 1870. Once the styles and grapes used were in place Cava became the staple ‘go to wine’ for all families, restaurants, street cafes and (later) exporting to a greater new wine thirsty world. By using the widely – planted Parellada, Xarel lo and Macabeu local farming families contributed to the grape-growing ‘revolution’ bringing much-needed stability and expansion. Other more ‘International’ grapes are now also permitted allowing a greater range of styles for a more International market. With the influence of the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean just nearby this is a great dry climate able to produce the volume and quality of healthy, fruit-laden vines, many grown organically or biodynamically.

Wine Review by @BistroWineMan, Stephen Barrett

Our visit to the welcoming Llopart bodega that has been at the forefront of quality Cava since 1887 when they decided to dedicate their entire wine estate to elaborating this eponymous fizz.

Part 1 of 2 When I have the opportunity to travel to some of the worlds great Wine Regions it not only opens my eyes to the current wines and cuisines, but the history and culture often hidden from view from the traveller or wine s the long-awaited British hunter.

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Once you have a clear idea of numbers and what each location can offer, you will have an idea of what costs you are looking at. If you are running a works do, you may decide that certain aspects of the party are on the business, while others are down to each employee to pay for. If it is a family gathering it may be worth A tour of the each vineyards and cellar showed asking what individual is prepared to passion and joy in all aspects of production pay per head. The more information you and cellaring. have and the earlier you can let people know the better. It is of course the aging of the juvenile Sparkling in quiet what cellars thatcan allow Finally, askWine the venues they do for complexity to develop, here at this you. If you have an ideaand of numbers these bodega it is abundance. www.llopart.com establishments will be able to offer up some ideas for you to cinsider. Remember, these After do a fascinating day and lots ofbe Cava we guys this for a living, so don't afraid headed to ask. for the seaside resort of Sitges and the modern hillside hotel complex of Dolce, overlooking Mediterranean. We've giventhe youazure-blue a bit of a head start by

asking some of the cities best venues to give Every is considered in this ultrayou andetail idea of what modern hotel facility they have in store forenabling the visitor a greatthis base to explore this spectacular region. you festive www.dolcesitges.com season. To find out more read Part Two of this Catalonian odyssey in our next edition. Stephen Barrett is a Wine, Food and Travel writer based in Plymouth. Stephen welcomes correspondence via his website www.stephenbarrett.com Facebook and LinkedIn and @bistrowineman on Twitter and Instagram


A festive giveaway at The Duke

Christmas is undisputedly the most wonderful time of the year – but it can also be a frenzied scramble of present-buying, cardsending and preparing to entertain family guests. Why not treat yourself to a short stay at the Duke of Cornwall over the holiday season. Historic settings always feel like the perfect fit at Christmas, so enjoy your own slice of period charm. Relax in one of the hotel’s wide selection of beautiful bedrooms, sample great food, enjoy your favourite drink, and take some time to enjoy the Christmas spirit in style.

Tea at the top A unique gift

Get festive at one of Plymouth's most magical settings Christmas is the perfect time for embracing tradition and indulging in a little luxury. And there’s nowhere better to do that than at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel. This iconic venue in the heart of Plymouth is awash with wintry allure – so take a break from Christmas shopping and kick back with some festive cheer. Here are some ways to get into the festive spirit at the Duke – or to give someone special a treat they’ll love:

watering trimmings, plus a tempting array of alternatives, including inspired vegetarian dishes. Christmas lunch is served daily from Friday 29th November to Monday 23rd December, between 12.30pm and 1.30pm.

A delicious Christmas lunch

Fine dining meets festive favourites at the Duke in the run up to Christmas. Find all the comfort of the seasonal classics – but with the added flair you’d expect from a two AA Rosette-awarded restaurant team. Christmas lunch is a sensational four-course affair in the fittingly opulent surroundings of the hotel’s restaurant. Options include traditional Devonshire roast turkey with mouth-

Christmas lunch is a sensational four-course affair in the fittingly opulent surroundings of the hotel’s restaurant.

Surely one of the most enchanting ways to spend an afternoon in Plymouth, Tea at the Top makes for a refreshingly offbeat Christmas present. This indulgent treat gives two people exclusive access to the hotel’s remarkable tower, with sensational 360-degree views over the sea, Dartmoor and the bustle of Britain’s Ocean City. This voucher promises a classic afternoon tea with delicious sandwiches, scones, cakes and pastries, plus Champagne – with private butler service adding an extra touch of indulgence. (Book ahead for a Wednesday or Sunday from March to September in 2020).


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Christmas at Future Inns If you have not been lucky enough to bag a seat at the Tribute Party Nights or a table for Christmas Day, do not panic, there is still lots to enjoy this festive season at Future Inn Plymouth.

Festive Lunch or Dinner

Festive Lunches are ideal for the family to catch up, exchange Christmas gifts with friends or a celebration with the office team. With delicious, exquisitely crafted dishes and tempting drinks, the team in Fishbone Bar & Restaurant at Future Inns have got everything you need for a memorable gettogether. There will be a Festive Dining Menu which will be served all season, from 1st December until 30th December 2019 (excluding Christmas Day). No matter what the occasion, you are all invited to get into the Christmas spirit. Lunch is served between 12pm-5pm, and you can enjoy 2-courses for £14 or 3-courses for £17 per person. Dinner is served between 5pm-10pm (9.30pm on Sundays), and again you can indulge on 2-courses for £17 or 3-courses for £20 per person. Bookings can be made by calling 01752 701000, by emailing: fishbone@futureinns.co.uk or online: www.futureinns.co.uk/plymouth/christmas/ festive-lunch

Festive Afternoon Tea

In Fishbone Bar & Restaurant, the traditional afternoon tea menu, with a festive twist, comes with delicious finger sandwiches, mouth-watering homemade cakes and handmade scones with lashings of cream and fruit jam. The afternoon tea is served with unlimited servings of tea or coffee. You can also add on a glass of prosecco, champagne, gin and tonic, or a cocktail.

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As the afternoon tea is homemade on-site, the team can assist anyone who has a special diet or allergies and intolerances. If you require a vegetarian or vegan spread, or if you need gluten or dairy-free, for example, please mention this when booking. These must be pre-ordered, giving as much notice as possible, so they can be made for you. Served between 1pm-5pm daily, treat yourself this festive season for £12 per person. Under 12’s are priced at £6 and under 5’s are complimentary. Bookings can be made by calling 01752 701000, by emailing: fishbone@futureinns.co.uk or online: www.futureinns.co.uk/plymouth/ christmas/festive-afternoon-tea

See in the New Year in style, with the 20’s theme New Year’s Eve party taking place on Tuesday 31st December 2019 from 7pm. At the adult-only event, you can dine on a hot and cold buffet before partying the night away with the resident DJ. Let your hair down and celebrate at the stroke of midnight, and let the chimes of Big Ben ring in the roaring 2020s. Themed dress is encouraged but not essential. Tickets are priced at £38 per person and can be purchased by calling the Events Team on 01752 701000, or send an enquiry to meetings.plymouth@futureinns.co.uk. Special bed and breakfast rates at the hotel are also available to those who have purchased tickets. Have a lie-in, in one of the spacious bedrooms and large Canadian beds. You can even rest those tired feet, after all of the dancing, in the complimentary slippers and bathrobe. www.futureinns.co.uk/plymouth/ christmas/new-years-eve

Gift Vouchers

A fantastic range of gift experiences has been added to the gift voucher collection, especially for Christmas 2019. Gift vouchers include luxury overnight stays with breakfast, dinner and cocktail experience, sparkling afternoon tea, a 3-course Sunday lunch and pre-theatre dinners. Plus, when purchased, the voucher is sent straight to your email. These can only be purchased online: www.vouchermine.co.uk/Future-Inns


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Pinch of Nom: Everyday Light

Authors: Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone Publishers: Bluebird RRP: £ 10.00 (Hardcover) 100 brand new delicious recipes - all under 400 calories - from Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone, the creators of Pinch of Nom.

Let Wagamama bring a taste of the East to your festive celebrations

Featuring proper breakfasts, light takes on family favourites, cheeky fakeaways and speedy midweek meals, Pinch of Nom: Everyday Light, the second cookbook from Pinch of Nom is full of hearty, everyday recipes - nearly half of which are vegetarian.

This autumn wagamama’s new menu has arrived + it comes with a bright new addition. Please welcome to the bench the nikko curry. Nikko meaning sunlight in Japanese, is the hero of their winter menu and is designed to bring you warmth in the colder months. A deliciously fragrant coconut + turmeric curry with an abundance of fresh veg, including tender stem broccoli, sweet potato, butternut squash, green beans + bok choi. The nikko curries are served with three different proteins, tofu + cauliflower, sea bream or chicken. Plus, make it your own + try with glass noodles, brown or white rice.

Alongside their brand new menu, wagamama have just released their brand new cookbook ‘feed your soul’, featuring more than 70 nourishing recipes based on balance and simplicity. As well as this warming addition, wagamama welcome a Japanese street food classic. The chicken yakitori. Beautifully marinated chicken skewers coated in spicy teriyaki sauce garnished with shichimi and spring onion. But that’s not all. Meet wagamama’s brand new plant-based addition. Crispy fried tenderstem broccoli, red pepper, sweet potato + asparagus topped with wakame, perfectly paired with a sweet + sour sauce.

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Alongside their brand new menu, wagamama have just released their brand new cookbook ‘feed your soul’. Just in time for Christmas, the long-awaited book celebrates the wagamama way and features more than 70 nourishing recipes based on balance and simplicity. The dishes range from fast weekday meals to slow-cooked, soulful ramens and even some restaurant favourites like yaki soba and the iconic katsu curry and bang bang cauliflower. Every bowl brings the fresh, nourishing flavours of Asia to all. The perfect Christmas gift for the wagamama fan.

Two Chubby Cubs

Authors: James and Paul Anderson Publishers: Yellow Kite RRP: £ 14.00 (Hardcover) The debut cookbook from the Twochubbycubs - inspired by their slimming blog loved by thousands! The Cookbook is a fabulous and funny collection of 100 never-before-seen recipes that both meat-eaters and veggies will love from a 'cheesy hash brown rosti' for breakfast through to a 'totally-not-KFC-style' fakeaway dinner and everything in-between - with prep boxes for the weekend, plus some 'healthyish' indulgences for special occasions to get the taste buds watering.


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Seafood tastes SUPHA’S From conception to creation; it’sby all from our sea heart, we better the are a true independent

Mitch Tonks, founder of Rockfish and a bit of an aficionado when it comes seafood, on strongly believes that seafood bestproduce enjoyedwe when With atoemphasis sourcing the finest freshest is local you aregreat sat apride shortindistance from wherethe it was caught. take providing possibly finest selection of seafood in Plymouth and it is on display in our fish counter, most of which comes “The haveboats. always loved eating fried fish by the sea but things fromBritish local day are changing and it’s just great to see so many people starting to really enjoy huge weand catch thesework waters, all sat Our the meat andrange poultryofisseafood all British ourinchefs hardand to provide within metres of theofwater”. the best flavour’s SE Asian street food from Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Malaysia. At Rockfish Plymouth, Mitch’s third restaurant in the 7 strong group they are in a unique location with the Plymouth fish market on one side and the National Marine Aquarium on the other. “We call it Plymouth’s Fishing Quarter”, he says, “the views out over Plymouth Sound are stunning, watching the boat and water activity is mesmeric”.

Wonderful waterfront views and freshest fish at Getthe on board for alocal spectacular The Boathouse Christmas at The Boathouse

The Boathouse is an award-winning, seafood cafe, bar and takeaway on waterfront. overlooking Mayflower Steps ThePlymouth’s Boathouse, Plymouth,Situated will be twinkling withthe cheer this festive and just afrom stone’s throw from the and historic Barbican - it’s the perfect season, Christmas lunches parties to a sparkling, ticket only, place to soakEve up bash, the atmosphere Plymouth’s Seafood Festival. A New Year’s the eventsof team have it covered. retractable roof for sunnier days means you can dine, al fresco, as you enjoy wonderful, watersideoverlooking views. Situated on the quayside, the Mayflower Steps, The Boathouse’s spacious interior and glass front provide fabulous The Boathouse’s speciality is local fish and shellfish, caught in and local waterfront views, creating a magical atmosphere, as you relax waters by the its own boats, The Sidney Rose and the Elin D. celebrate bestinshore time of day the year. The specials menu varies, depending on the catch that day, but you can expect anything from mackerel and whiting to gurnard, monkfish and seabass.

From traditional Christmas fayre, to menu favourites, the Boathouse’s The recently launched, Scallop Shack at The Boathouse serves the skilled chefs developed a freshest, South West, scallops,have in a variety of mouth-watering ways. working unit, nestled within one of the fishermen’s arches at The "It’s just great to see so many people Amouth-watering set menu for all tastes Boathouse, The Scallop Shack is home to a vivier tank, where you starting to really enjoy the huge range canand see the dietary live scallops, before they are shucked, prepared requirements, usingand the to order by expert chefs. From chilli and lime to black pudding of seafood we catch in these waters, cooked and apple or pea andlocally mint purée, there’s an array produce. of tempting taste freshest, sourced and all sat within metres of the water” combinations.

They’ve got a lovely bright big indoor space with cosy booths and comfy seating, then a whole outdoor area in the sunshine or shade whatever time all of year, if you fancyand eating outside. The takeaway has a We produce our own sauces pastes, using fresh lemongrass, £3galangal, local fishturmeric Friday on every third Friday oftothe month, have root, basil, coriander, name but and a fewthey which live musiceven sometimes in therange restaurant too and loadsvegan of birthdays means our fantastic of curries canhost be made and and office a lovely bar free and we woodburning fire in the with mostget of togethers our menu with naturally gluten really are foodies spacious entrance. heaven. With their away lateston openings in Weymouth Poolefar is Mitch set on Tucked the far side of Sutton and Harbour, from the empire building? “No, wefantastic want to stay as aviews relatively small group maddening crowd with harbour we really are thebut we want to develop by draw constantly perfect escape as instead the nights in. doing things well and then doing things better”. And don't forget we are open from 12noon right through to 10pm SoTuesday take a stroll over from the Barbican or round the historic trail to to Sunday Sutton Harbour and have yourself a plate of seriously good seafood and decide for–yourself if the view makes it taste even better! Supha's Street Food Emporium East Quay House, Sutton Harbour, Plymouth PL4 0HX www.therockfish.co.uk Tel: 01752 228513 @TheRockfishUK www.suphas.co.uk

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From traditional Christmas fayre, to menu favourites, the Boathouse’s The iconic scallop famed foraits beautiful fan shaped shell, skilled chefs have is developed mouth-watering set menu for perfect all tastes for dishes and gardenusing decorations. The Boathouse fishing andsoap dietary requirements, the freshest, locally sourced produce. crew a box cleaned shells week forwithout customers to help And itleave wouldn’t beofChristmas at Theeach Boathouse, the freshest themselves. fish, caught locally by its dedicated day boats, the Sidney Rose and the Elin D. For pre-dinner drinks, the bar at The Boathouse is the perfect place, serving a wide selection draught and local ales, delectable For pre-dinner drinks, theofbar at Thebeers Boathouse is the perfect place wines and upmarket gins. to meet, serving a wide selection of draught beers and local ales, delectable wines and upmarket gins. There’s also a selection of meat and vegetarian dishes and a little nipper’s younger will saltybesea dogs a– ticket all made On New menu, Year’sdesigned Eve, The for Boathouse hosting onlywith event, fresh, seasonal produce. From through to evening, with arrival drink, live music, DJdaytime and buffet served. Party theThe night away Boathouse top spot for enjoying this year’s Plymouth Seafood in style, on is thethe quayside. Festival. The Boathouse offers the warmest of Christmas welcomes, spectacular www.theboathousecafe.co.uk interior and delicious home cooked food, prepared with flair. facebook.comboathousecafeplymouth Telephone: 01752 600 560 | Email: To book your Christmas lunch or forinfo@theboathousecafe.co.uk New Year’s Eve party tickets email 2-5 Commercial Wharf, The Barbican, Plymouth, PL1 2NX events@theboathousecafe.co.uk.


The Boathouse is an award winning, seafood café, bar and takeaway. We’re situated overlooking the Mayflower Steps and just a stone’s throw from Plymouth’s historic Barbican. Our speciality is local fish and shellfish, caught by our own day boats, The Sidney Rose and the Elin D. Enjoy fabulous waterside views and our delicious menu, made using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

To book your Christmas lunch or for New Year’s Eve party tickets email events@theboathousecafe.co.uk


Plymouth's most exclusive cocktail lounge

The Refectory bar is situated in the iconic Plymouth Gin distillery where the team create bespoke hand crafted cocktails using the wonderful Plymouth Gin. Live Blues slide guitarist every Tuesday and Thursday Available for private hire – Martini masterclasses are also available Distillery tours available from the Plymouth Gin Shop Members bar from 7pm Friday and Saturday Types of membership Temporary- Full- Corporate Further information about membership please require within Booking is advisable Tel: 01752 828988 Further enquires please contact: Joshua.stewart@pernod-ricard.com

The Refectory Bar Black Friars Distillery | 60 Southside Street Plymouth | PL1 2LQ www.plymouthdistillery.com/refectory-bar Mon- Wed 11am to 10pm, Thursday 11am to 11pm Friday & Saturday 11am till Midnight Sunday 12pm till 6:30pm


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A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year; thanks to the Victorians During the middle ages, Christmas had become a prominent festival in England. Many of the countries dignitaries would celebrate with a Christmas Feast, with one notable event being held by King Richard II in 1377 where 28 Oxen and 300 sheep were eaten. Such feasts would see a Christmas Ale being supped whilst carols were sung by dancers. Despite its popularity, the reformation and subsequent Puritan parliament triumphing over King Charles I of England in 1644, resulted in Christmas being banned in 1647. This resulted in Pro-Christmas riots breaking out in major cities. The restoration in 1660 lifted the ban, but the celebration of Christmas was still disapproved of by the Anglican clergy. It wasn't until the beginning of the 1800's that Christmas took the form that we recognise today.

Despite its popularity, the reformation and subsequent Puritan parliament triumphing over King Charles I of England in 1644, resulted in Christmas being banned in 1647. 1843 was a significant year for the 'rebirth' of Christmas. Although Charles Dickens did not invent the Victorian Christmas, his book A Christmas Carol (1843) went a long way to popularise and spread the traditions of a festival. Its themes of family, charity, goodwill, peace and happiness encapsulate the spirit of the Victorian Christmas. The preparation and eating of the feast, decorations and gift giving, entertainments and parlour games - all were essential to the celebration of the 'Victorian Christmas' and were shared by the whole family.

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In the same year, Henry Cole commissioned an artist to design a card for Christmas. The illustration showed a group of people around a dinner table and a Christmas message. The message on the card read 'Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year' and was taken from an informal letter, written by an English admiral in 1699. At one shilling each, these proved too dear for the ordinary Victorian family and so weren't initially successful. However, the idea caught on and many children - Queen Victoria's included – were encouraged to make their own Christmas cards. By the 1880s the sending of cards had become hugely popular, creating a lucrative industry that produced 11.5 million cards in 1880 alone. Many attribute the rise in popularity of Christmas in the 1800's to Queen Victoria, and it was her marriage to the German-born Prince Albert that introduced some of the most prominent aspects of Christmas. In 1848 the Illustrated London News published a drawing of the royal family celebrating around a decorated Christmas tree, a tradition that was reminiscent of Prince Albert's childhood in Germany. Soon every home in Britain had a tree decked with candles, sweets, fruit, home made decorations and small gifts. Also in 1848, confectioner, Tom Smith, invented a new way to sell sweets. Inspired by a trip to Paris where he came across 'BonBons', a sweet wrapped in paper, he came up with the idea of the Christmas cracker: a simple package filled with sweets that snapped when pulled apart. In years to follow the sweets were replaced by small gifts and paper hats. Finally, in the late 19th century, decorating the home at Christmas had became very popular. Using twigs and sprigs to decorate a room for a celebration had dated back to Medieval times, but in the 1880's families were encouraged to spend more time creating a more elaborate affair.

Located on the famous Plymouth Barbican, a short walk for the city centre and next to Sutton Harbour, Zuzimo! offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere to perfectly compliment the fresh, local & homemade dishes that are cooked with passion, by chefs, in styles from around the world. With the restaurant able to accomodate up to 80 people at a time, Zuzimo! is perfect for a celebratory party or an intimate meal for two. Having just celebrated 6 years of business, owners Mo and Zuzi Vassif, have created the perfect combination of great service, outstanding cuisnes and an atmosphere that is both friendly and relaxing.

Although specialising in Persian, North African and Southern Mediterranean cusines, the multi-national mix of chefs can create dishes from all over the world, making Zuzimo! unique. Zuzimo! offers something for everyone, from their '2-4-1 same drinks' offer before 6pm, 'Tapas Tuesday' which comprises of a sellection of 3 tapas of your choice with a glass of wine for just ÂŁ 10.00 per person. If you have a group of Tapas lovers, then the 'Taps Party' will be for you! Try unlimited Tapas tasting for groups of 8 or more. Plus, there is a bottle of Prosecco for the party organiser. Please see the website for more details and offers.


153 Vauxhall Street Barbican Plymouth PL4 0DF

Locals from around the world....

ZUZiMO! is a restaurant and tapas bar located close to the city centre, Barbican & just a short walk from Plymouth Drake Circus shopping mall right next to Sutton Harbour. Come in and relax with fresh, local, homemade dishes cooked by our chefs in styles from around the world. We are open all day, every day and offer an excellent choice of menu from; Tapas to Steaks, Pastas to Tagines, you will find something to suit all palates and appetities. We can accomodate up to 80 people at a time, ideal for any celebration!

Christmas 2019 reservations now being taken! Call 01752 651 300 for more details or see zuzimo.co.uk

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Rick Stein's Secret France Enjoy special deals every Monday with two £15 and each Wednesday burgers for just Stein Author: Rick two steaks and a bottle of wine for £ 35. Publishers: BBC Booksat our Friday Say ‘cheers!' to the weekend Night Gin Club with a double gin and mixer RRP: £ 18.00 (Hardcover) for £ 8.50.

Over years ago Rick As thefifty evenings start to draw in, Stein enjoy first set foot time views of the lights, innight France. Now, heharbour returns to from the food and our large renovated restaurant with full cooking he loves the most … and makes us table service located on the first floor and fall inalove with French food all over again. also smaller private room adjoined to the restaurant. Both of which can be booked for large parties and even hired for any of your Rick’s meandering quest through the byways special occasions. and back roads of rural France sees him pick now for Christmas! upBook inspiration from Normandy to Provence. Visit www.theshipplymouth.co.uk to view our festive menus and details of how to book.

Situated at the water’s edge on The Barbican, you can take full advantage of our large (heated!) outside seating area, with seating for 300 people and waterfront views of Plymouth harbour providing a great relaxing atmosphere. From here you will be able to enjoy the Barbican’s dazzling Christmas lights which will be switched on Sunday 1st December.

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Warm yourself up with some hearty dishes from our Winter menu which includes some traditional pub favourites

The Hairy Bikers: One Pot Wonders

Authors: Si King and Dave Myers Publishers: Seven Dials RRP: £ 15.40 (Hardcover) A wonder of a recipe collection celebrating the simple joys of one pot cooking.Life is complicated enough so why not let Si King and Dave Myers, AKA the Hairy Bikers, make it just that bit easier? Whether it's inspiration for supper after a hard day's work or a slow roast feast for a weekend gathering, One Pot Wonders has it all. From rich and warming tray bakes to light but satisfying salads, these triple-tested recipes deliver on flavour and cut out the fuss.

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Warm yourself up with some hearty dishes from our Winter menu which includes some traditional pub favourites such as the ‘Great British Fish & Chips'. Our Sunday roast serves delicious meats with all the trimmings from 12pm until close. Enjoy special deals every Monday with two burgers for just £15 and each Wednesday two steaks and a bottle of wine for £30. Say ‘cheers!' to the weekend at our Friday Night Gin Club with a double gin and mixer for £8.50. Our large renovated restaurant with full table service located on the first floor, with smaller private room adjoined to the restaurant is the perfect setting for a special Christmas gathering as both rooms can be booked for large parties and even hired for any of your special occasions.

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Out and about Christmas Day? Then pop in for a drink or two from 11am - 4pm. If you are eagerly anticipating the countdown to 2020, then make sure you join us for our New Year’s Party on 31st December when we will be open all day until late with a DJ from 9pm. Visit our website for updates and further details.

Christmas Bookings Still Being Taken! Visit www.theshipplymouth.co.uk to view our festive menus and details of how to book.

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BOSH! Healthy Vegan:

Authors: Ian Theasby and Henry Firth Publishers: HQ RRP: £ 11.99 (Paperback) Henry and Ian are on a mission to help you eat and feel better, using only the power of plants! With 80 delicious, plant-based recipes and nourishing meal plans to help you stay on track whatever your goal, this book is your ticket to a healthier, happier life.

A Warm, Festive Welcome! at St Mellion Nestled in the beautiful Cornish countryside, yet only 20 minutes from Plymouth, St Mellion sits amidst 450 acres encompassing two fantastic golf courses, including the world famous Jack Nicklaus course - the first designed by the ‘great man’ in the UK.

We invite you to indulge, have fun, relax and savour this special time of the year, and hope that our offering will tempt you into celebrating the festive season with us at St Mellion. The Resort also benefits from an exceptional blend of AA 4-star accommodation, extensive health & leisure facilities with two swimming pools, an Elemis spa and two restaurants - one offering 2-rosette dining, creating the perfect festive destination.

The Fitness Chef: Eat What You Like & Lose Weight For Life

The Fitness Chef is here to show you how to lose weight and keep it off by making some simple changes to your existing diet. Discover why restrictive diets always fail, forget all the dieting myths that are dragging you down, and start doing what you actually need to do to get results with Graeme's easy-to-understand infographics and meal inspiration.

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Author: Graeme Tomlinson Publishers: Edbury Press RRP: £ 11.89 (Hardcover)

The hotel offers a relaxed environment that provides every event with that added sparkle. From the annual Christmas faire, Masquerade Christmas party nights, Champagne and canapes on Christmas Eve, extremely popular Christmas Day lunch, to our special New Year’s Eve celebration, we have all your festivities well and truly covered.

Quote 'WOInPlymouth' for a FREE glass of Prosecco on arrival.*

We invite you to indulge, have fun, relax and savour this special time of the year, and hope that our offering will tempt you into celebrating the festive season with us at St Mellion. Whether you’re planning to party with colleagues, enjoy a meal with loved ones, or simply treat yourself to a relaxing escape, join us this Christmas and New Year for a celebration to remember.

St Mellion International Resort, PL12 6SD


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music 7 Nov Boston Manor, Modern Error and Gender Roles The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 7:30pm Prices: £13.00 Advanced

8 Nov The Members, Vice Squad, TV Smith The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 8.00pm Prices, see website for details 9 Nov The Yellabellies B-Bar www.b-bar.co.uk Country rock bluegrass pioneers The Yellabellies. Bass, drums, guitar & melodian covering classics by the Grateful dead, Johnny Cash, Turnpike Troubadours and out law country bands with a dash of altAmericana and high-energy tex-mex fusion... Yeehaw! Time: 9.00pm Prices: £ 3.00 13 Nov Cafe Acoustica B-Bar www.b-bar.co.uk The B-Bar's long running bi-monthly local music night sees great local talent, handpicked by singer-songwriter Jessie Mullen,

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perform their own original compositions. Time: 8.00pm Price: Free 14 Nov Snow Patrol Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com This year Snow Patrol’s hit Chasing Cars was announced by the PPL as the most played song on UK radio of the 21st Century. Over a twenty-five year career, Snow Patrol have carved out a unique place for themselves. Time: 6.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 15 Nov Pavilions Introduces: Pattern Pusher, Sam Richardson and the Renegades, The Trees Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 15 Nov Ronnie Jones Trio B-Bar www.b-bar.co.uk Based in South Devon, the Ronnie Jones Trio have played at some of the biggest jazz festivals in the country including London's Ealing Jazz Festival, Cheltenham Jazz Festival and our own Blues and Jazz Festival in Plymouth, where they have performed

Ronnie Jones Trio twice. Well-known on the thriving West County jazz circuit, the band features some of the most talented jazz musicians in the West Country. Time: 9.00pm Prices: £ 3.00 16 Nov Future Pilot, Octopus Crime, Bag That Weasel and Violet Eye The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Future Pilot are teaming up with Octopus Crime with help from special guests Bag That Weasel and Violet Eye to bring a night of Punk Rock and Grunge to Plymouth! Time: 7.30pm Prices, see website for details 21 Nov Mark J Lee B-Bar www.b-bar.co.uk Mark J. Lee is a Devon born songwriter and performing musician. Steeped in traditional country and old time sensibilities. Resonant, raw tenor vocals and Appalachian Folk and Country style guitar over sparsely arranged around cinematic, haunting yet humorous lyrics are the formula for his charmingly bleak 21st century frontier ballads. Influenced as much by Kurt Vonnegut and Ernest Hemmingway as he is by Townes Van Zandt, Hank Williams and George Jones, Lee's debut EP 'Through the Pines' is out now. Time: 8.30pm Prices: £ 2.00 23 Nov The Australian Pink Floyd Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Selling 4 million tickets worldwide and described by The Times as “The Gold Standard” and The Daily Mirror as “The Kings


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Sounds of the 60's of the Genre”, The Australian Pink Floyd Show gave its first ever concert in Adelaide, Australia in 1988. Time: 6.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 28 Nov 80’s Mania Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Performing over 35 chart topping smash-hits live in concert, with tributes to Duran Duran, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Culture Club, Madonna, Wham! and many many more! Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 29 Nov Sounds Of The 60s Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk Experience THE Sixties tribute show that’s wowing audiences around the world, selling out venues from the Palladium to Blackpool Tower – with the spectacular sounds of THE ZOOTS! The show features legendary numbers by the best of the ’60s artists including The Beatles, The Searchers, The Monkees, The Small Faces, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, The Shadows, The Four Seasons, Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, The Who, The Stones, Van Morrison, Neil Diamond, Elvis and more. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £22.00 30 Nov Chop Suey and Killswitch The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 7:30pm Prices: £10.00 advanced

Haunt The Woods 2 Dec Sam Fender Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Sam Fender is excited to share details of a new headline tour for the UK and Ireland later this year. At the beginning of 2019, Fender entered his own studio in his hometown of North Shields to record his debut album with friend and producer Bramwell Bronte. He won the Brit Award's Critics' Choice honour before Interscope/Polydor issued the resulting Hypersonic Missiles in September of 2019. Time: 7.30pm Prices: £ 22.72 includes booking fee 6 Dec Beans On Toast and Tenshed The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 7:30pm Prices: £10.00 advanced 8 Dec Larkins, Full Colour, The Native and Chay Snowdon The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 7:30pm Prices: £10.00 advanced 10 Dec Haunt The Woods B-Bar www.b-bar.co.uk A unique chance to catch a couple of intimate shows at the B-Bar this winter. Haunt the Woods are an exciting Prog Rock/ Folk band from Cornwall, with a new and unique sound incorporating an eclectic blend of soaring vocals, beautiful melodies and spellbinding guitar, combined with 4 part

vocal harmonies making the heartfelt and emotional lyrics extremely powerful. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £ 8.00 14 Dec The Carpenters Story Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com This highly acclaimed concert-style production continues to captivate audiences across the UK with its spectacular recreation of the classic songbook that made The Carpenters legends in the world of music. See website for times and prices. 20 Dec Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Accompanying Jools with the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra on their annual excursion around the UK will be the supremely talented Ruby Turner, with her breath-taking gospel, soul and rhythm & blues vocals, Louise Marshall, with her beautiful soul and jazz tones, as well as original Squeeze member and powerhouse Gilson Lavis on drums. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details. 21 Dec The Bootleg Beatles Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The world’s Premier Beatles show continues to draw critical acclaim from across the globe with their immaculate note-perfect portrayal of the fab four’s journey through the swinging 60s. It’s all there - the costumes, the mannerisms, the witty banter and the period gear. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details.


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Sounds of the 60's of the Genre”, The Australian Pink Floyd Show gave its first ever concert in Adelaide, Australia in 1988. Time: 6.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 28 Nov 80’s Mania Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Performing over 35 chart topping smash-hits live in concert, with tributes to Duran Duran, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Culture Club, Madonna, Wham! and many many more! Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details 29 Nov Sounds Of The 60s Barbican Theatre www.barbicantheatre.co.uk Experience THE Sixties tribute show that’s wowing audiences around the world, selling out venues from the Palladium to Blackpool Tower – with the spectacular sounds of THE ZOOTS! The show features legendary numbers by the best of the ’60s artists including The Beatles, The Searchers, The Monkees, The Small Faces, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, The Shadows, The Four Seasons, Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, The Who, The Stones, Van Morrison, Neil Diamond, Elvis and more. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £22.00 30 Nov Chop Suey and Killswitch The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 7:30pm Prices: £10.00 advanced

Haunt The Woods 2 Dec Sam Fender Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Sam Fender is excited to share details of a new headline tour for the UK and Ireland later this year. At the beginning of 2019, Fender entered his own studio in his hometown of North Shields to record his debut album with friend and producer Bramwell Bronte. He won the Brit Award's Critics' Choice honour before Interscope/Polydor issued the resulting Hypersonic Missiles in September of 2019. Time: 7.30pm Prices: £ 22.72 includes booking fee 6 Dec Beans On Toast and Tenshed The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 7:30pm Prices: £10.00 advanced 8 Dec Larkins, Full Colour, The Native and Chay Snowdon The Junction www.facebook.com/mutleyjunction Time: 7:30pm Prices: £10.00 advanced 10 Dec Haunt The Woods B-Bar www.b-bar.co.uk A unique chance to catch a couple of intimate shows at the B-Bar this winter. Haunt the Woods are an exciting Prog Rock/ Folk band from Cornwall, with a new and unique sound incorporating an eclectic blend of soaring vocals, beautiful melodies and spellbinding guitar, combined with 4 part

vocal harmonies making the heartfelt and emotional lyrics extremely powerful. Time: 8.00pm Prices: £ 8.00 14 Dec The Carpenters Story Theatre Royal www.theatreroyal.com This highly acclaimed concert-style production continues to captivate audiences across the UK with its spectacular recreation of the classic songbook that made The Carpenters legends in the world of music. See website for times and prices. 20 Dec Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com Accompanying Jools with the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra on their annual excursion around the UK will be the supremely talented Ruby Turner, with her breath-taking gospel, soul and rhythm & blues vocals, Louise Marshall, with her beautiful soul and jazz tones, as well as original Squeeze member and powerhouse Gilson Lavis on drums. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details. 21 Dec The Bootleg Beatles Plymouth Pavilions www.plymouthpavilions.com The world’s Premier Beatles show continues to draw critical acclaim from across the globe with their immaculate note-perfect portrayal of the fab four’s journey through the swinging 60s. It’s all there - the costumes, the mannerisms, the witty banter and the period gear. Time: 7.30pm Prices vary, see website for details.

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So Jools, you have another packed schedule coming up. It never stops, does it! There's an old expression that says if you want to get something done, give it to somebody busy to do it. I've always seemed to stay busy even when I mean to not be busy. But I'm very lucky, because I enjoy what I do. The job of being me is the job I really enjoy doing. I like touring, I like playing. The best bit of touring is the fact that you get on stage, and of course that's the shortest part of it. The longest part is travelling to where you're going. But I don't mind the travelling and seeing stuff. But the highlight is being on the stage, and hearing different people in my orchestra, hearing the guests, being able to try and figure out the mystery that is playing the piano each day, and sometimes you feel as though you get a bit better, and sometimes you feel as if...for every five steps forward, you take four back, and you keep going on like that. So it's a lovely enigma to plug into all the time, really, the whole act of touring, and the whole act of playing. The set-up of the orchestra harks back to the days of the great bandleaders. We've got a whole big band, which is unusual, it's not just like a horn section, it's a whole five saxophones, three trombones, three trumpets, organ, singers and all of that. Drums, guitar, bass, led by the piano. And that is the same configuration that people like Count Basie or Duke Ellington would have had. So it's a big configuration, a very dynamic configuration, because when all the horns play, it's like a really exciting thing, and we've got, as well as playing our own modern things, we've got things from the past just boogied up a little bit more, like Lionel Hampton stuff or ska music that kind of gets you wanting to dance, and I think it sounds magnified by putting it through a big band, which outside is just even better. 'Outdoor vs. indoor� would be a very hard choice for you, wouldn't it? Well, I think it's fitting the show to the space and the atmosphere. When we go on, we have a set but I'm often diverging from it. You can sometimes see all the people in the horn...we've got 13 people in our big band horn section and there's 18 of 20 of us altogether, but you can see sometimes I'll call out a song and they're all kerfuffling with the bits of music in front of them, because we might not have played it for two years and they're all desperately looking for it. Of course nowadays, a lot of them can do it on their iPads, they're zooming through that. So they're not checking their Instagram or their Facebook, they're actually whizzing through, desperately trying to find what one I've called out next. Because if you're playing in an open-air place, and hopefully the weather's the great and it's all fine, but say for instance suddenly there's a bit of rain, then we'll suddenly pick out something because you'll think no, we've got to get the people moving here, because we don't want them cold and wet, so you'll play for that. And if it's really so hot, you'll change it again to try to cool them down, you know. Some places, for instance there's a show we do at St. David's Hall in Cardiff, people are up dancing from the beginning. You want a bit of dancing, from halfway, but

"...the great bands that I liked, the earlier ones, were led by piano players, whether it was Count Basie or Duke Ellington, or Lionel Hampton on the vibraphone." from the beginning...so you play for them as well. So it's great to be able to try to respond to the room, and because we've got such a big repertoire, and the orchestra are so quick at learning things, or quick at doing a switcheroo, then that'll work. We played a special birthday celebration at Ronnie Scott's, which was tiny, and we could hardly fit in. There's a part where everybody goes off the stage except me and Gilson, the drummer, who of course was in Squeeze with me, and we just do a little bit together with the two of us. But it was too small to get the band off the stage, so we had to just bluff something where they could play along with it. But that was all fine as well, and that's the fun of it. I think if I go and see a show, and when the people see us, they enjoy the fact that they can see it's all being spontaneous and made up, more than if it was perfectly rehearsed and we were playing the same thing. This is an underrated skill of yours as a bandleader, to be thinking on your feet all the time about what comes next. Yes, I think you do have to be thinking, and you're thinking in advance, so when you're playing one, you're thinking 'At the end of this, are we going to be going to what we've got in the set, or should we move away from it?' And the other thing of course is that I'm sometimes aware that if I change it around a bit, it means that certain people... it's important to hear everybody's voice in the orchestra. In other words, each person has a solo, even if it's only a short solo, so you're aware of who everybody is. It also means that as the set goes on, there's always something new happening in the orchestra, which is great. If there's not a new guest coming on, there's a soloist who you haven't seen. Sometimes if I change things around at the last minute, it gets all that out, so you then have to get somebody out to do a solo on something that they wouldn't have done, and it all gets a bit [of a] complicated system of pointing, so I look like a bookmaker on a track, tapping my shoulder and holding three fingers up and all of that, to say what the key is. But that's the pleasure of it. It's not chaos at all, but the spontaneity brings a thing, and the band like that as well, I suppose because it's a lot of the same people in the band for a long time, they've grown with that. I think some musicians would start to fall apart with that. 'Why aren't you doing what we've written down now?' 'Here's a plan, now we're not going to do it.' Dr. John once said to me that a lot of musicians are fantastic live, and their best side is never caught, because their best thing was doing a gig, and it's never caught on record, so they were really amazing as live artists and that

was their thing. Other artists were really great on record, and some people it was great because they kept, somehow, both sides of their artistry was captured, both on record and playing live. I think it's a funny mix of doing those two things, so I've learned a lot by looking at old films of people that had big bands. The sounds of big bands I like, but I suppose with us I wanted a rock 'n' roll rhythm section with a big band horn section bolted on the top, which is sort of what we've got. But I learned by looking at the films of them that things like the soloist had to come to the front to do their solo, otherwise you didn't notice that they'd done a solo sometimes, so you have to help guide the audience through it. And of course a lot of the great bands that I liked, the earlier ones, were led by piano players, whether it was Count Basie or Duke Ellington, or Lionel Hampton on the vibraphone. But even somebody like Paul Weller, he's a great bandleader, because he organises his band to play what he wants. Van Morrison is a great bandleader, Eric Clapton's a great bandleader, They're all people that direct the musicians. Sometimes you get musicians that are really great, you don't want to direct them, you just know because they're great that they're going to do something sympathetic to what you're doing. But it's picking that person, that's part of it. And I think that, for me, if people have got a great talent, you want it to shine, and it's a symbiotic thing where if you've got two people...as an example, Rico Rodriguez is now no longer with us because we lost him a few years ago, but he was one of the great legends of ska and reggae music. So when he played, we had to find, I wanted to find things that would magnify his talent, because he was so great. It was Rico that got us to do 'Enjoy Yourself,' in a bar one night he started singing it. This is like 30 years ago, he said 'We should do this live, Jools.' So it's a two-way thing sometimes, some people you've got on there because they've got such a great sound that they do, and you want to hear a bit of that, and also it means that I'll have written something and in my mind I'll be thinking 'This is going to be so great for soand-so to do a solo on,' you can almost write something with them in mind, you know. And 'Enjoy Yourself' has become one of your theme songs. Yeah, it's sort of become our own, really, because through Rico, it's become our own thing, and it's a very old song, you know, it goes back to the '30s. Actually it's really ancient, the idea 'Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think' goes right back to the ancient Greeks, I think. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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music made me learn by ear what he was doing, and learn the blues from day one. And I did discover since, that what he showed me, the left hand that he showed me, was the same left hand, because I met and talked to people about this that Ray Charles was shown by an old man in his village, that Ringo Starr, strangely, learned, that I think Mark Knopfler knows it as well. All these people, the first bit of piano they learned, and Dr. John, very strange, they were all drawn to this one little riff. So when people say 'Show me something on the piano,' I show them that. It hasn't worked so far producing the next Ray Charles, but you never know. But it was all the same little boogie-woogie left hand, the same one, the same little figure, a little sort of 'baa-baa...' [sings]. Did you have records in the house at home?

How do you go about adapting the guests' big hits for a big band? I wouldn't want to force things into a big band style for things that weren't going to work, so sometimes you have to play things in a different way. Most things you can take back to the piano, because I suppose 70 per cent of songs — I'm making up figures, there, everybody does it these days — anyway, a lot of songs were written on the piano, or the keyboard. Or just on a guitar, one instrument, so they're not written with a big arrangement. So if you strip it back to that and then build it up again, you can normally make something work. If there's something that sounds like it's not naturally going to go with a big band, but anyway when you bring it down to just the piano, it tends to work, and the big band can creep in. If push comes to shove, could you name your favourite live moment you've ever been involved with? Well, I think, curiously enough, sometimes on the 'Hootenanny' we get great moments, I think that something I've always really...there are great moments there, which is a live performance there, because all the people in the room, we're playing live. Sometimes as it gets towards the...there comes a point halfway through the show, roughly, everybody gets up and starts maybe having a boogie, and you feel the whole room taking off. There's something in that, but it would be hard to pin down one particular one. I

think Glastonbury, we played the main stage at Glastonbury a couple of years ago, and that was great, the rain held off and we got everybody singing along to 'Enjoy Yourself,' and that felt really great. Ideally, you want to be at one with the audience, it's not like us here on the stage and you down there listening to us. You want it to be just 'us' altogether, becoming as one. When all the people are singing and clapping in time to 'Enjoy Yourself,' that's great. When we were doing it at Glastonbury, and you've got whatever it is, 100,000 people all singing it in unison, that feels nice. I hope that doesn't sound like I'm too much of a football yob [laughs]. In your case, your nan's piano was crucial to your musical upbringing, wasn't it? Yes, my nan's piano was really an essential thing because it was in her front room, as people had in the 1930s. It was a gift to her by her mother Britannia in 1937, and I would hear them at Christmas, when I was very small, all singing songs. Everybody had their own song that they'd sing at the piano, and it was also a pianola, so you would pedal the pedals and you would hear, and a piano roll would go round, Fats Waller playing 'Red Sails In The Sunset' would come out of it, which was great, so I got to learn those songs early on. But also, it was great because my uncle, who was a young teenager when I was small, would play boogie-woogie piano on it, and from that, that really got me going and fired up and

We couldn't afford a piano, but we had a record player, and a radio, and my parents liked classical music and jazz music, and so I would hear a lot of that, and I think it opened my mind to a lot of that, so I still like it very much. I say jazz music, like Bessie Smith or Jelly Roll Morton, things like that. Then at my grandmother's house, there was a record player as well, so I would get records and then play them to death. The first record player I had was a 78 record player, with a great big wind-up needle, which is the worst thing even to play 78s on, the one with the big metal needle. I had a Beach Boys record and I worked out that if I slowed it right down, the Beach Boys sounded vaguely alright, for about five times, then the big metal needle took everything off the vinyl face off the record, so that was the end of that. But eventually, my dad got me an Alba record player, and we could have a good listen to whatever records were out at the time. I think I had a Glenn Miller one, which got worn out, but the first proper LP I had was 'For Once In My Life' by Stevie Wonder, I liked that, and I think I had 'Lady Madonna,' the single, by The Beatles, because I tried to learn the piano part on it. What's your favourite record you've ever played on? Yeah well, I've been lucky, I've played on a few different records. I played on one with B.B. King and Van Morrison, it was a record for B.B. King with people doing tracks with him, and Van was singing a track and I was playing piano on it. They played this thing and they counted in, and the first intro is two leading notes on the piano. The band starts singing and B.B. starts playing and neither of them have played it before, and it just was 'This is just great, wow, it's really magical.' I got the record back and it's just lovely, yeah. So the adventure continues? The adventure continues, I hope, that's right, and it's great fun to do it, it's a great pleasure to keep playing, and you never know quite what piece of music is around the corner that you can embrace or attack, depending on which way you look at it next. Tickets to see Jools Holland and his Rythym and Blues Orchestra at Plymouth Pavilions on Friday 20th December, 7.30pm, are available at www.plymouthpavilions.com.


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If you are at all worried about what to get that special someone this Christmas, and more importantly where to buy it, then don't be. Plymouth has a wealth of Independent shops, national chains, stylish boutiques and a collection of shopping centres that can offer the perfect gift to even the most difficult to buy for.

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Checkout The Barcode, the latest addition to Drake Circus

The Armada Centre has Christmas covered

After months of anticipation, the doors to Drake Circus The Barcode are officially open!

Built in 1986, The Armada Centre is located in the heart of Plymouth's centre. Positioned with Mayflower Street to the south, Armada Way to the east, and Western Approach to the northwest, we are in the ideal location to cater for all your shopping needs.

The new £53million leisure and entertainment development, owned by British Land is an extension to Drake Circus shopping centre, which is home to more than 70 of the UK’s biggest brands and retailers. Situated in the heart of Plymouth, Drake Circus The Barcode is a fantastic addition to the area’s already vibrant leisure offering and is set to be become one of the major visitor attractions in the West Country.

The Barcode is a fantastic addition to the area’s already vibrant leisure offering and is set to be become one of the major visitor attractions in the West Country.

Film enthusiasts can experience the latest movie releases at Cineworld’s new IMAX 4DX cinema, which offers a state-of-the-art cinematic experience with high-tech motion seats and special effects such as wind, fog, lightning, scents and water, that make for a truly immersive viewing. Cinema goers can treat themselves to some premium ice cream at Baskin Robbins, as well as rollover hot dogs, ICEE frozen drinks, Starbucks and the usual film snacks, such as popcorn and nachos.

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For kids’ parties and fun days out, mini golf comes to the city centre for the very first time. Paradise Island Adventure Golf, the UK’s leading indoor adventure golf company offers two tropical themed 18-hole adventure courses, each full of exciting features and special effects, designed for mini-golfers of all levels. The Barcode is now also home to several of the UK’s favourite restaurants, including Zizzi, Five Guys, Nando’s and Cosy Club, where visitors can tuck into a range of cuisines, from Italy’s finest pasta to America’s tastiest burgers. Planning a trip to Drake Circus The Barcode couldn’t be easier as the car park hosts more than 400 car parking spaces and five electric car charging points. The destination can also be easily accessed by car and public transport. To keep up to date on all the latest events at Drake Circus The Barcode and for details on opening times, please visit: www.drakecircus.com/ thebarcode.

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Sainsbury's

Sainsbury’s Superstore Plymouth stocks a great range of food products, services and facilities to make every shopping trip a great experience. In store you will find a deli, bakery and hot food counter, TU Clothing range, CDs & DVDs, flowers and much more!

Laura Ashley

At Laura Ashley you can shop for exclusive home furnishings and womenswear.

WILKO

Wilko offers you a wide range of the best quality everyday essentials and home decoration items at affordable prices.

Silverstall

Silverstall has twenty years experience in creating unique and original hand crafted silver jewellery.

Peacocks

Peacocks offers great quality, fashionable clothes for women, men and kids at great prices.

Plymouth Fancy Dress

Plymouth Fancy Dress and Party World is the first place you should stop for your costumes.

Barnado's

Barnardo’s shops are a great place to donate unwanted items and shop for quality goods at fantastic value.

Slice A Pizza

‘Slice a Pizza’ will be preparing freshly stoned baked handmade Italian pizzas with a twist. With a range of delicious pizzas to choose from, see which one of our 16 inch pizzas takes your fancy.

SoSweet

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Christmas in Plymouth

Free family fun in Plymouth this winter You can look forward to a jam packed festive season in Britain’s Ocean City with two extra special trails to follow. In the city centre, you’ll find life size LEGO® brick penguins hiding, while along Plymouth’s beautiful waterfront, adorable polar bear cubs are waiting to be discovered in a variety of shops, restaurants and businesses! As well as the two fantastic trails, there’s Christmas light switch-ons and the traditional Christmas Market to enjoy, so read on to discover how to make the most of the festive season in Plymouth…

Penguins in the city centre

Set off on an adventure to find the 20 LEGO brick penguins hiding in Plymouth city centre from 30 November to 5 January. There are 19 Rockhopper penguins and one extra special Emperor penguin to discover – they’re all life size, so will be easy to spot! It’s the perfect way to keep young family members entertained while you’re browsing for all your Christmas essentials, and with late night shopping on Thursday nights (which starts on 14 November) and Plymouth Christmas Market (from 28 November to 19 December), there’s plenty of chances to find them all. The penguins can be found in shops and cafes throughout the city centre. Find all 20 penguins and their names for the chance to win a weekend family trip to LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort! Lucky runners up will win an exciting prize from Living Coasts in Torquay, where you can come face-to-face with two different species of penguin in real life. LEGO® brick penguins

Become a Polar Bear Explorer and set off on an adventurous journey along Plymouth’s waterfront this winter, searching for cute polar bear cubs. To take part in Penguins: A LEGO brick trail, pick up a trail map from participating retailers (look out for the window stickers) or download it from visitplymouth.co.uk. You can enter the competition by finding the names of all 20 penguins and writing them – along with your details – on the leaflet and posting it in Santa’s special post-boxes in Drake Circus, Plymouth Market and New George Street. Alternatively, enter the competition online via the Visit Plymouth website. Share your snaps of the trail using #PlymouthPenguins on social media!

Polar bear cubs along the waterfront

Become a Polar Bear Explorer and set off on an adventurous journey along Plymouth’s waterfront this winter, searching for cute polar bear cubs. From the Royal William Yard to Millbay, the Barbican to Sutton Harbour and Bretonside, you’ll find the cubs hidden in a variety of shops, restaurants and businesses – so you might even discover some new favourite places to visit along the way.


from the Bavarian Bar, tuck into festive food from one of the many street food stands and snap a festival selfie in front of the giant illuminated bauble. There will also be live music to enjoy every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with performances from a gospel choir, Plymouth Party Princesses and vintage vocalist Sandy Sparkle amongst others.

Warm up with a mulled wine from the Bavarian Bar, tuck into festive food from one of the many street food stands and snap a festival selfie in front of the giant illuminated bauble. Polar Bear Explorer

The Polar Bear Explorer starts on 1 December and runs until 1 March, so you’ve got plenty of time to find the 20 cubs, whether you set off to search over Christmas, during February half term or any time in between! To become a Polar Bear Explorer, pick up a trail booklet from participating retailers or download from visitplymouth.co.uk. Inside, you’ll find a comic strip, telling the story of George the Polar Bear cub and how climate change is affecting his environment in a way that is easy for children to understand and relate to.

the crowds before the lights are switched on at 6.30pm.

Illuminate

28 November to 1 December, Royal William Yard and the waterfront Spectacular light-based festival Illuminate returns to the waterfront to launch the Mayflower 400 commemorative year. Expect light projections, installations, performances and interactive activities that will enchant the whole family, all for free. This year, the festival is growing with activity on the Barbican and at Mount Edgcumbe, as well as at Royal William Yard.

Barbican Christmas Lights Switch On

1 December, The Barbican Round up the family and enjoy the festive celebrations on Southside Street as the Barbican is lit up for Christmas. Father Christmas will be arriving on the RNLI lifeboat to switch on the lights – but watch out, as the Grinch will be roaming the streets and causing chaos! There will be a range of children’s activities and entertainment to enjoy from 12pm, with the switch-on taking place at 5pm. This also marks the start of the Polar Bear Explorer, so you can start searching for cubs while you’re enjoying the festivities!

Each section of the comic book is missing a key word, which you’ll be able to fill in when you find the matching polar bear cub. As well as learning all about the environment, and how you can help real polar bears, there are some brilliant prizes to win! There’s different prizes available depending on whether you find five, 10 or all 20 bears. There’s also one very special golden bear cub – when you find him, snap a selfie and make a pledge to do one thing to help the environment, then share using #GoldenPolarPledge. You can enter the competition by finding the bears and posting your completed trail form in the trail post-boxes at the Tourist Information Centre, Bistrot Pierre or National Marine Aquarium, or submitting it online through the Visit Plymouth website. Don’t forget to share your photos using #PolarBearExplorer.

Christmas in Plymouth

There’s so much to enjoy in Britain’s Ocean City this winter. Here are some of the top events that you won’t want to miss – pop the dates in your diary now:

Christmas Lights Switch On

14 November, City Centre The Christmas holiday calendar officially kicks off with the switch-on of this year’s beautiful Christmas lights and the start of late-night shopping. The fun starts in the city centre Piazza from 4pm as local choirs and performers – including the Plymouth Party Princesses – take to the stage to entertain

Plymouth Christmas Market

Plymouth Christmas Market

28 November to 19 December, City Centre Head to the Piazza in the city centre and browse to your heart’s content! More than 50 traders from across the South West will be selling their wares in traditional wooden cabins, festooned with fairy lights. Pick up unique gifts for friends and family, with everything from handmade jewellery and artwork to sweet treats and liqueurs to choose from. Warm up with a mulled wine

Share all your festive photos using #ChristmasInPlymouth and we’ll make sure to share our favourites! And for more information about all these events – and more inspiration for a fabulous festive season in Britain’s Ocean City - head to visitplymouth.co.uk.

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Much has changed over the past 20 years on our typical British 'high street'. Technological innovations, economic pressures, ever evolving products, tastes and strategies have influenced the landscape as well as our shopping trends. The growth of out-of-town shopping, compounded by the impact of on-line retailing has created enormous challenges for the traditional high street and especially for local, independent traders as they battle with adapting to change but also maintaining their uniqueness and independence. With tougher economic conditions gripping the UK since 2008, the entering into the unknown with Brexit and many national chains severing their links, the traditional high street is now showing signs of reverting back to an older model - when Britain was considered a 'nation of shopkeepers'. If you ever wondered what the benefits of using Independent shops may be to you, your town and the local economy, then read on:

Traceability:

Most local retailers will know exactly where they or their provider gets their products from. This enables your independent retailer to let you know where the product was made/ grown giving peace of mind as the purchaser. With recent scandals involving supermarkets and 'meat' providers this extremely sensitive situation can be avoided.

Unique Items:

Independent shops are the perfect place for a unique gift or item. Typically, a local trader will focus on local producers whether they be a local artist, designer, author or farmer - items that you will not see on the shelves of a national chain.

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Boost to the local economy:

Recent research suggest that 63 pence in the pound spent at a local, independent retailer would find its way back into the local economy, compared to just 40p with a larger business.

Increase in house prices: The impact of a thriving independent high street has a knock-on effect to the cost of local house prices.

On average, house prices in a prosperous area such as these have risen by ÂŁ40,000.

Community:

The community theme – as more towns promote and support local retailers, in turn local retailers will support the local community by holding events, fayres and markets to entice more people into the local community as well as add a 'social' aspect to area.

As Personal soon as you walk into an independent shop touch: You immediately notice the difference. Not only will you generally find the owner of the business on hand to give you their advice, background to the product and expert opinion but also you will inevitably find that (depending on the item) you can 'try before you buy' – giving you piece of mind and a sense of 'customer service' thathas long been a distant memory for many larger businesses.

Typically, a local trader will focus on local producers whether they be a local artist, designer, author or farmer - items that you will not see on the shelves of a national chain. You may also find that you get more for your money. How many times has there been an extra roll thrown in for a familiar face to the local bakery or a little discount when purchasing a couple of items. Again, something that is alien to the big chain and certainly something the member of staff will not be sanctioned to give.

Choice:

Having Independent retailers within any shopping area gives us as buyers choice. Many town centres and high streets have recently been criticised for being 'cloned' offering the same uniformed goods, products and services. As we all have different tastes and styles, independent retailers can offer this choice which adds something different to what would be a very boring high street. With the years busiest shopping period on the horizon, we take a look at some of the best independent retailers the city has to offer, as well as showcase some fantastic gift ideas.


Traditional Family Jewellers since 1887

102 New George St, Plymouth, PL1 1RZ - 01752 661651 51 Fore St, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1PG - 01548 857577


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HBH Woolacotts

Unit 1 Coypool Retail Park, 71 Coypool Road Plymouth, PL7 4FB Tel: 01752 987030 www.hbh-woolacotts.co.uk Founded in 1976, HBH Woolacotts is a local, family-run business that specialises in selling and servicing a wide range of electrical appliances. With 9 shops throughout Cornwall and Devon, including the UK's first Panasonic Store and Plymouth Sony Centre which are incorporated within their Plymouth Super Store. Their team of highly trained and knowledgeable sales staff are on hand to give you honest, friendly advice and help to find the right product for you. Offering free delivery and installation in Cornwall and Devon, unparalleled after-sales support and a range of complementary services. HBH Woolacotts understand that you want to be looked after and their goal is to ensure that all of their customers receive the service they deserve.

Vessel Beer Shop

Wray and Co

Wray & Co

102 New George Street, PL1 1RZ Tel: 01752 661 651 www.wraysjewellers.co.uk One of the oldest family owned business in Plymouth, Wray & Co specialise in buying and selling antique quality pre-owned Jewellery and are now open for you to browse 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The Business was started in Plymouth in 1887 by William G Capps having served his apprenticeship since the 1860's as a watchmaker. Wray & Co's expert jewellers are able to undertake repairs, alterations and restoration of your jewellery to your exact measurements whilst maintaining its original charm. As dedicated jewellers, with years of experience in handling irreplaceable treasures, the quality of our workmanship is outstanding, but this does not affect our price. Your jewellery could not be in better hands. Wray & Co are always looking to make investments and add to their vast and diverse collection of Second-hand Jewellery and Antiques. If you think you might be interested in selling an item, please do feel free to drop in and have a chat with them. They will always give you free honest advice.

Lawsons

13 Cornwall St, Plymouth, PL1 1NL Tel: 01752 665363 www.lawsonshop.co.uk Wishing you a Merry Christmas from the Lawsons Family! If you love Christmas as much as we do, preparations start now! Spruce up your dinner parties in our Home ware department and keep your house cozy and warm with our range of heaters from just £9.99.

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We want your Christmas to be memorable for you and your loved ones so we have lots of ideas to add something special to your day. Our new Christmas leaflet is out now, with 16 pages of inspirational ideas and home essentials. Don’t miss: For the bakers, our fantastic Kichenaid stand mixers start from £299.00. As well as savings of up to £150, we are giving away a free Index chopping board, a Kitchenaid glass bowl and lid as well as a flex edge beater, all worth £160. Start filling the stockings for the foodies of the family, with quality Cottage Delights Jam and Chutney sets for £4.50 or 2 for £7.50. Refresh your tableware this year with our new Maxwell Williams Marblesque Collection, featuring a stunning alabaster swirl deign. Plates starting from just £5.00.

184 Exeter Street, PL4 ONQ info@vesselbeer.co.uk www.vesselbeer.co.uk An independent beer shop located a few minutes’ walk from Plymouth city centre, with over 160 different beers from some of the best breweries in Britain and around the world. Vessel Beer Shop sells bottles, cans and draught beer for take away using growlers (reusable glass bottles). With events throughout the year to enable customers to try new beers, meet brewers, taste and learn about different beer styles, meet food producers and pair their food with their beer selection. The shop also offers a small but carefully selected range of snacks, cider, wine, spirits and soft drinks from independent producers, which can be enjoyed on site.

From fantastic gift ideas for cooks and foodies, to Christmas novelties to make the children smile. Fill up your stockings as well as buying those special gifts that will last a lifetime. Come and get festive at Lawsons this Christmas.

Kaya Gallery

53 Southside St, Plymouth PL1 2LB Tel: 01752 267474 www.kayagallery.co.uk Kaya Gallery, situated on Plymouth's historic Barbican, offers a great selection of affordable classic and contemporary artwork from both local and national painters, sculptors and photographers. Kaya’s artistic ambitions lie simply in presenting a diverse range of exciting and inspiring art, both original and prints that will sit comfortably in your home. Work from leading South West artists sits comfortably alongside contemporary photography, and regular re-hangs ensure it is a lively gallery to visit. Lawsons


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Shop For unusual and beautiful fabrics, patterns, haberdashery and gifts all online for your 24 hr perusal. Join us in our gorgeous fabric shop at Ocean Studios, open 10 - 5 pm Wed - Sat 10 - 4 pm Sun. Parties Hen parties, baby showers, and other special occasions. We’ve got them all covered with our pop up party offering in a number of locations across the city.

Cornish Interiors

37 Mary Seacole Rd,The Millfields Plymouth, PL1 3JY Tel: 01752 250033 www.cornishinteriors.co.uk Owned and led by Cathryn Bishop, we have over fifteen years of experience in providing high-end interior design and project management services. We work with both residential and commercial clients throughout Devon and Cornwall, nationally and internationally. Our portfolio comprises a diverse collection of completed projects, from period houses and new-build homes to, restaurants, hotels and rental properties.

Robins Brothers

Make at 140

As a small business, we take pride in providing a genuinely personal and tailormade service to every client. Most people have a sense of how they want their home or business space to look, but not necessarily the time, experience or expertise to make it happen.

Robins Brothers is a fine jewellers devoted to quality and service. Since our foundation in 1988 we have become a destination store for exquisite custom-made jewellery, recognised for its inspired design and meticulous craftsmanship.

Make at 140 is a shop and workshop space in Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard; making and selling lovely things.

Our role is to understand your vision, drawing on our own design talents to create an interior that meets your brief, while delighting and inspiring the property’s occupants or customers.

Workshops Sewing, knitting, crochet, weaving, pattern reading and dressmaking (to name just a few!) for total beginners or practised improvers.

If you’re considering appointing interior design experts to make the best of your internal space, talk to Cornish Interiors.

Robins Brothers

131 Cornwall St, Plymouth PL11PA Tel: 01752 229319 www.robinsbrothers.co.uk

To celebrate and build upon our 30 years in the trade we have recently completed an expansion and refurbishment of our store and workshop on Plymouth’s Cornwall Street. The newly outfitted and ‘on view’ workshop is led by internationally trained goldsmiths, blending traditional techniques with cutting edge technologies to deliver a breadth of services simply unrivaled by high street chain jewellers. With each piece that leaves our workshop the standard of our work never falters. Our jewellery is made to last a lifetime with a quality that speaks for itself. A particular specialism is bespoke engagement and wedding rings. Having a bespoke engagement or wedding ring made is the ideal way to ensure your rings are exactly right for you. We enjoy working closely with our customers to create unique yet timeless pieces, either by developing and idea together or by working to a specific design. Whether you have a clear idea in mind or need help to decide on the right design, we can guide you through the options and bring your dream piece of jewellery to life. So when the occasion demands something exceptional, come and talk to us. We will be delighted to assist you.

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Ocean Studios Royal William Yard Plymouth, PL1 3RP Tel: 07776 757300 www.makeat140.co.uk

Make at 140


Glass!! Art2Frame

Devon's Premier Glass Gallery Offering fused glass pieces created by gallery owner Ian Nicholls in his Studio, within Glass!!, on Plymouth’s Barbican. Glass!! also have a varied display of glass works by artists throughout the British Isles and Europe. Many visitors to The Barbican, from near and far, are amazed to find Glass!! Devon’s premier glass gallery, the Southside Street gallery displays an array of unique pieces, exclusively in glass. You will find something for all pockets, from a perfect gift or memory of a visit to artists exhibiting on the world stage offering discerning pieces for the serious collector. Wall Art, in fused glass to other pieces, are made at the premises by the gallery owner, Ian Nicholls, enabling him to offer a bespoke service that can match the specific needs of customers. Ian’s artistic skills are stretched at this time of year as he turns the gallery into a breathtaking festive extravaganza. The galleries Christmas display changes each year with customers flocking to the gallery for inspiration and to buy some beautiful pieces of glass; from handmade decorations to an array of glass baubles, objects and even glass Christmas Wreaths. This year will be no exception, I’ve been told the theme is iceberg and penguins. Intriguing!

Ian loves the window displays to be magical for children and adults alike. always very tasteful, oozing the magic of Christmas at an instance. His display last year provided a backdrop for endless selfies. The windows are like moths to a flame in the evenings as people visit the many restaurants in the area. It is obvious to see why Glass!! window creations have won awards, which is testiment to Ian and Liz's efforts and commitment to create something magical. No doubt visitors and customers of past Christmases will vouch. Many contact or call in to try and discover when and what Ian’s doing this year! Well let’s just say It’s going to look a cold one. 23 Southside Street | Plymouth | PL1 2LD Tel 01752 204069 www.plymouthglassgallery.com e-mail: ian@plymouthglassgallery.com PlymouthGlassGallery


A mixed display by designer-makers working mainly in ceramics, glass and metalwork, but also in textile, paper, wood and many more materials, changes frequently throughout the year. In addition, we run temporary feature exhibitions in spring and autumn of established artists as well as new and emerging talent. Opening Hours: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm, 7 days a week...

Chocaccino

58 Southside Street, The Barbican, Plymouth, PL1 2LA Tel: 01752 256655 www.chocaccino.co.uk As complete chocoholics we always dreamt of spending all day every day surrounded with sweet treats, when one day it all became a reality. We are mother and daughter, Kim and Aisleigh, specialising in handmade chocolates and beautiful cakes.

Peardrops

Peardrops

11 Southside Steeet, Barbican Tel: 07825 829054 www.peardropsjewellery.co.uk Welcome to the perfect place to do your Christmas shopping, with so much choice, at amazing prices. Peardrops recenlty located to much larger premises at 11 Southside Street, just two doors along from the original shop. We now have a stunning range of clothing, with knitwear and poncho's from Italy, Also, a lovely range of incredibly popular tunic dresses. Ideal to wear with leggings and boots. An extensive range of handbags, scarves, hats and gloves at reasonable prices.. We still have our unusual, popular jewellery range, including our sentiment bangles and Diva dolls. We even have a selection of men's jewellery and watches. Come and have a browse, and chat with our friendly, knowledgeable staff. We want you to walk away happy with your purchases, safe in the knowledge, you have the right gift for the right person, and of course some treats for yourself. Follow our Facebook page for all the latest news and arrivals. Peardrops isn't just for Christmas. It's for life!

Victoria trained as a jeweller and designer at The School of Jewellery in Birmingham in 1991. She started her jewellery business based in the South West soon after. Having completed her Masters degree in 2005, Victoria’s work changed direction and she began to make more sculptural fine art pieces. This gave her the impetus to establish a gallery to showcase her own work and that of her contemporaries. The gallery has grown in reputation with customers re-visiting from all over the UK and the world – it was with this in mind that we decided to create this online gallery so that those who cannot visit the gallery can still purchase unique, inspiring and high quality contemporary, designer jewellery.

45 Southside

45 Southside St, Plymouth, PL1 2LD Tel: 01752 224974 www.45southside.co.uk Founded in 2009 45 Southside is a gallery located in the heart of Plymouth’s historic Barbican. We specialise in contemporary ceramics, glass and metalwork by artists based in Devon or Cornwall.

Victoria Sewart Contemporary Jewellery

39 Southside Street, The Barbican, Plymouth, PL1 2LE Tel: 01752 220011 www.victoriasewart.com Victoria Sewart Contemporary Jewellery Gallery was established in 2006 – The first of its kind in Plymouth. As a successful jewellery designer for over 20 years, opening a gallery was the next logical step for gallery owner, Victoria Sewart. “I have always wanted to run my own gallery. It is a fantastic opportunity to bring the very best of contemporary jewellery design to a wider audience,” says Victoria.

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Victoria Sewart

All our creations are made with huge amounts of love and care in our chocolate shop in Plymouth, Devon. We hope you love them as much as we love making them!

Furniture World

Unit 3, 71 Coypool Rd, Plymouth PL7 4FB Tel: 01752 346064 www.furnitureworld.co.uk Starting in a barn selling second-hand sofas in Redruth over 30 years ago, Furniture World is now one of the largest independent furniture retailers in the south-west. The small family run business keeps customer service at its core. Selling big name brands as well as value ranges. Furniture world stocks everything from Sofas and Armchairs to beds and mattresses as well as a huge range of oak furniture for the bedroom and dining room. Visit one of Furniture Worlds 6 stores for all your furniture needs. See website for more details and directions to one of the stores.


Peardrops Knitwear | Poncho's | Dresses | Earrings | Handbags Gloves | Hats | Scarves

Out-sparkle the crowd with our clothing range for the festive season. Our women's clothing range, mainly from Italy and available in sizes 10 -24, covers all occasions to keep you fashion-forward. For trendy tops and tunics or delightful dresses and jumpers, call us!

Peardrops

11 Southside Street, The Barbican, Plymouth 11 Southside Street, The Barbican, Plymouth Tel: Tel:07825 07825 829054 829054 www.peardropsjewellery.co.uk www.peardropsjewellery.co.uk


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It's very easy to find that you have spent the entire day shopping in Plymouth, with its rich variety of shops. As big name high street chains fall over themselves to be part of the cities growing retail credentials, it is satisfying to find that Plymouth has a thriving independent sector. We have asked some of the cities best 'Indies' for some 'festive' gift ideas that won't dissapoint!

glass paperweight

diamond plaque ring

rust jumper

www.plymouthglassgallery.com

www.wraysjewellers.co.uk

www.peardropsjewellery.co.uk

festive paperweight. £ 125.00

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18ct Yellow Gold 0.58ct Diamond Plaque Ring. £ 1,300.00

perfect for the autumn with a super soft feel. £ 35.00


kitchenaid mixers

For the bakers, our fantastic Kitchenaid stand mixers start from £299.00. As well as savings of up to £150, we are giving away a free Index chopping board, a Kitchenaid glass bowl and lid as well as a flex edge beater, all worth. £ 160.00 www.lawsonshop.co.uk


rainbow colours centre piece

This is a unique one off piece, perfect for that very special gift. ÂŁ 795.00

"The name of this piece is a Pi Spectrum Bowl and is made by the renowned glass artist Bob Crooks a Devon Artist producing beautiful complex pieces. We stock a variety of work from his studio, all stand out as breath-taking works within our glass gallery."

www.plymouthglassgallery.com

Ian Nicholls owner Plymouth Glass Gallery


mustard bag

diamond rings

www.peardropsjewellery.co.uk

www.robinsbrothers.co.uk

diamond pendant

amethyst and diamond stud

stylish wallet

www.wraysjewellers.co.uk

www.peardropsjewellery.co.uk

sleek handbag available in a variety of colours. £ 15.00

Four claw diamond set pendant in 18ct yellow gold, from £725.00 www.robinsbrothers.co.uk

Pair of interlocking diamond set rings in 18ct rose gold, £3,265.00

18ct Gold Amethyst & Diamond Studs. £ 1,100.00

jam packed stockings stocking-fillers for all foodies. Cottage Delights Jam and Chutney sets for £4.50 or 2 for £7.50. www.lawsonshop.co.uk

leather clutch wallet available in a variety of colours. £ 15.00


christmas markets

Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market Saturday 16th November until Thursday 19th December 2019

Exeter Christmas Market’ has been running for seven years on Exeter Cathedral Green and is recognised as one of the best in the UK. A combination of unique location with the stunning backdrop of Exeter Cathedral alongside high quality exhibitors has established an ‘event’ which is now an integral part of the city centre festive celebrations and Christmas shopping experience. Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market was a finalist at the 2018 Exeter Living Awards for ‘Best Event’ and the bar ‘The Cathedral Tavern’ won the award for the best bar. Featuring a selection of crafts, fresh food and a bustling atmosphere helped by delicious food stalls and Bavarian-style bars, Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market is inspired by German Christmas markets. With traditional wooden chalets it attracts in excess of 600,000 visitors each year over the 34 day period. Exeter Cathedral Green, the jewel in the crown in the city centre is a prime location for shoppers and is on the doorstep of the main shopping district. The Cathedral itself is a hub of activity at Christmas with its many carol services, concerts, events and education activities making it the perfect venue to experience the festive atmosphere both inside and out. Monday-Wednesday 10.00-17.00, Thursday-Saturday 10.00-21.00 Sunday 11.00-17.00. www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk

Powderham Castle Michaelmas Fair 2019 14th Nov 2019

It is the perfect occasion to start your Christmas preparations with superb stalls from the South West with items not usually found on the high street! This year is the fair's 20th anniversary so we are planning an extra special fair for you, with more food, more gifts, more local artisans and frame loom weaving workshops from Elka Textiles for those creative shoppers! Once again we are sponsored by Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood auctioneers and valuers who will be providing free valuations on your jewellery, watches, militaria and silver so dig through your attic and bring along your hidden treasures. This year we are fortunate to have 2 Frame Loom Weaving Workshops from Ellie Fisher from Elka Textiles starting at 10am and at 1pm which are suitable for complete beginners and those who would like a refresher. Places are limited so be sure to book early. Tickets are £35 and admission to the fair is included. For more information and to book your space on the frame-looming workshops call us 01392 496412 or book online on Eventbrite. Early bird tickets for the Fair are £3.50 from ABF The Soldiers’ Charity on 01392 496412, Exeter Visitor Information and Tickets on 01392 665885, Eventbrite or £5 on the door. www.powderham.co.uk

Plymouth Christmas Market Pick up some individual and unique Christmas gifts at Plymouth Christmas Market, located in the heart of the city centre from 28 November to 19 December 2019. Visitors will have an array of stands to choose from, alongside a Bavarian bar and plenty of seasonal activities. Stalls decorated in sparkling fairy lights and Christmas attire will be offering a plentiful range of warming beverages and festive treats, as well as unique handcrafted gifts and trinkets from the South West and beyond. www.visitplymouth.co.uk


stall holders to tempt you with their goods. There will be scrumptious food for sale from all our local producers plus great chefs on hand to demonstrate how to use this wonderful produce to make your Christmas festivities a truly delicious affair. With gifts and crafts offering the cute, delightful and unusual you’ll be able to find something for even the most particular of people. Always an extremely popular event there are even more ways to travel here than ever before with the Cremyll Ferry, Barbican Ferry and Royal William Yard offering a service directly into the grounds of the park.

A Christmas Cracker

Mount Edgcumbe Christmas Fayre Saturday 7th December 2019 10.00am – 5.00pm Sunday 8th December 2019 10.00am – 4.00pm It’s all excitement as the festive season approaches here at Mount Edgcumbe and the first big event is this years Christmas Fayre. Always popular, the fayre will return for a 16th seasonal extravaganza. Mount Edgcumbe House will be dressed in its finest with stunning floral decorations by the wonderful students from Duchy College, as it opens its door on 7th & 8th

December for this spectacular event. With the biggest tree we can find decorating the Great Hall and carols from many local choirs including Fourlanesend and Millbrook Schools, Torpoint Lady Singers, Reflections, and many more, you can’t fail to tap your toes and sing along with all you Christmas favourites. We will also have entertainment around the event from singers and stilt walkers to Santa himself who will be visiting on both days between 10.30am and 3.30pm. As we celebrate the 16th year of our fantastic annual Christmas Fayre there are lots of new

With so much to see and do you may need to come back on both days! So don’t miss out, come and join all the fun of the fayre. Admission for the fayre at Mount Edgcumbe House is £3 per adult and £1 per child. There is ample parking available at only £1 per car and a free minibus service shuttling on the park on both days (donations always welcome). Please note we do not allow dogs, except guide dogs, into the fayre. If that’s not enough, we will also be welcoming back the WonderNights event for a second year and the organiser are planning some fantastic surprises for you at this event – check www.WonderNights.co.uk for further information. For further details contact Mount Edgcumbe on 01752 822 236 or email mt.edgcumbe@plymouth.gov.uk

Christmas Fayre at Mount Edgcumbe Saturday 7th December 2019 10am - 5pm & Sunday 8th December 2019 10am - 4pm Inspirational cooking demonstrations from local West Country chefs Lots of local produce plus a wide variety of local gifts and crafts. Beautiful floral displays by Duchy College students available to buy. Shops, workshops, galleries and a cafe in the Barrow Centre. Plus a programme full of entertainment, a family activity zone, stilt walkers, you can even visit Santa in his Grotto! Scheduled ferries from Stonehouse and the Barbican. Entrance: £3 adults, £1 children, All Day Parking £1 per car Please note - no dogs, except guide dogs, are allowed in the fayre. Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park, Cremyll Torpoint Cornwall PL10 1HZ Tel 01752 822 236 mt.edgcumbe@plymouth.gov.uk

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Christmas at Plymouth Market don’t miss Santa and his grotto!

Make Plymouth Market your destination for great shopping this Christmas from food and treats through to unique presents. And don’t forget to bring along the children to visit Santa in his grotto too. This December we’re open seven days a week, with late night shopping on Thursdays to give you longer to shop and eat at our amazing and unique independent stalls and eateries. Make your Christmas truly special and give the kids a treat – Santa will be with us in the Market every Saturday this December as well as Sunday 22nd, so you can make the most of the last weekend before the festivities really start. Come in and explore our fantastic selection of stalls, eateries and cafes. From unique

gifts to seasonal treats, and everything in between, Plymouth Market has it all. Where else can you find Korean novelty gifts, personalised clothing, beautiful jewellery, customised furniture whilst having your nails done with some killer acrylics, ready for the party season? Why not pause your shopping and indulge in a little ‘me’ time at any one of our many delicious eateries and cafes? We’ve so much to offer from world cuisine to good traditional English fayre, or just a coffee and a kawaffle or slice of cake if you prefer. Search out our Turkish, Thai, American, pizza, Mediterranean, Asian and Caribbean offerings, all delicious and all great value for money. And don’t forget vegans and veggies are catered for too in the Market. Check out our sell-out vegan cake stall every Saturday…

Want to take the little ones to see Santa this Christmas? On Saturday 7th he’ll be joining us for a free story telling session (11am – 2pm), then on Saturday 14th and 21st and Sunday 22nd, you’ll be able to buy a ticket for your youngsters to meet Santa in his grotto between 11am and 4pm. His elves will be on hand too as there’ll be special activities to make Christmas crafts while you wait.

Once again, we’ll be part of Plymouth’s Penguin LEGO® Bricks trail and this year we’re going to raffle our amazing penguin for charity. We’re supporting Plymouth’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), so make sure you get your tickets to support this great cause and be in with a chance to win a life-sized LEGO penguin too! So what are you waiting for? Plymouth Market is the place to shop and eat this Christmas – from Santa to sausages – we’ve got the lot! Enjoy great shopping at your local Market – Cornwall Street, Plymouth, PL1 1PS www.plymouthmarket.co.uk / 01752 30655


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It's the most wonderful time of the year.....to search for your new home Jack Merriott, Director, Cross Keys Estate Agents Brexit and the possible effects on your house price people out there that will target properties that have trees with lots of lovely looking gifts under them.

Before you all cringe at the thought of late night shopping and the crowded shops, getting dark at 4pm, forgetting which relations to buy for and which ones disappointed you with their present for you last year, spare a thought for your house. Many people take the festive season to consider if it is time move. Some families actively look for a new home at this time as it is the only time some couples / families have off together. If you are looking to place your home on the market over Christmas, remember these few pointers to help you market your property successfully. Yes it is that “B” word again, and yes I know 1, Make yourofphotographs how fed sure up most you are withare hearing done you put up thing, your Christmas aboutbefore it, but here is the what will the decorations If your does not sell Brexit effect –have on property your home. in the time period expected and is still on the market thebig New Year, the photos will tell Some ofinthe financial experts in the that the property has beenthat on the market city have readily declared a NO DEALfor some of time. Brexit length will have a catastrophic effect on your house value, your house income and your 2, If your chosen agent isThe coming to take that the household expenditure. only figures photos, ensure thatthough they are there plenty of have been quoted is up to ain30% time sure that the photosthey are haven’t done in drop to in make property values although natural there is nothing worse actuallydaylight given us– any specifics. I have to than say photos withtwo all decades the lightsexperience on or whenofyou look that in my being at the windows, they areI all dark outside. a property professional, have heard these scare tactics before and they have in no way 3, Even though it is now winter ever effected property prices in conditions, the south your is another the property west garden to this extent in theroom past,ofdespite the big– If your outside looksopinions. untidy or unkempt London expertsspace and their it will give the impression that you either don’t use or that maintenance is lacking and The itvalue of your the pound is already dropping could lead them tolow have a less than being positive to an unexpected with it almost on impression of the property overall. time Kerbdue parity with the euro at this current appeal sells properties. to the fact that there is a real chance of a “no

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4, Check that your gutters have not filled up with the autumn falling leaves – This could lead to overflows that can cause damp to come in to the property. Nobody likes the sound of water splattering down on you from up high. Some properties have lead lined valley gutters, if these fill with leaves and begin to overflow, usually comes deal Brexit” which the hadwater previous been thought over thebeen lead and into to have taken offthe theproperty table duedirectly to all of causing considerable our beloved politiciansdamage. not being able to work together for the good of the country, this is 5, If youtohave anyaviewings on your similar playing game of booked poker when you property or if you going towhat viewcards property actually show yourare opponent you yourself, trywith to get there thewhy daylight are playing and thenduring wonder you hours – You see more of the property are losing thewill game. and also be able to see if there are any obvious defects which might(GDP) not show Gross Domestic Production fell up in in evening conditions such following as damp thedarker second Quarter (Apr to June) patches or staining. the strong growth seen in the first Quarter (Jan to Mar), this was most certainly due 6, you have aand bigthe Christmas to If companies, general tree, public stock remember that it does take up ainlot of space piling and building up reserves readiness in the room – Lots of Christmas decorations for the March 29th original date for leaving tend to make look happen, and feel these smaller the EU. Whenrooms this didn’t than they really are. If you a small people and companies hadhave enough reserves property, try to keep festive decorations that they didn’t need your to purchase these to the same as the room.the If you things in the proportions second quarter, hence have decorations also make strongceiling growth followed bythey the can drop, surely the feel common lower andsense. sometime slightly this room is simply claustrophobic, also if you have low ceilings with talland people coming Evendecorations with all the and doom gloom that isto view thearound two don’t together very well. beingthen batted likego a game of ping pong by the politician, industry leaders and 7, you are lucky enough bething able to so Ifcalled financial experts,to one seems get awayescaped for a festive remember to to have thembreak, and that is the fact let agent know that can book thatyour life still goes on.so We arethey already seeing appointments accordingly – Another more “Staycations” than ever before good meaning reason put earned your wrapped more ofnot ourtohard incomeChristmas now actually presents under the tree to early as this can being spent in this country supporting our say a lot about and plans, tourist trade andyour the property thousands ofyour people remember there employed in it. are some not so honest

8, If you are moving property around the Christmas / New Year period, try to plan your packing ahead – Take it from me as one who has moved in the first week of January, trying to pack a house is difficult enough as it is let alone trying to clear up and pack away from the Christmas season. I for one don’t think that I will move again during the festive period.

9, What opening hours your solicitors are working – Yes even solicitors deserve some time off over Christmas. If you have to go to your solicitors to sign any documents or to fill in any forms, remember that they may have differing opening hours to normal to the If we cannot get certain foods fromdue abroad, Christmas holiday or having off we will have to buyperiod more UK grown staff produce during this timeincome period.to our UK produce bringing more businesses and farms. If we buy and use our As gold award winning agent ownPlymouth’s services rather than relying upon foreign for customer service, Cross Keys Estates imports our economy will grow. It is purely will always be happy to advise and guide that we come to expect that we can have you on thiswe journey. sellingwhere can be whatever want toBuying buy noormatter it one of the most times of your comes from andstressful no matter at what timelife, of the trying to remember all the things that you year it is with no thought as to what this has need to done do, informing the utilities companies already to our country’s GDP. of your move, meter readings, removals, finances, redecorating may bewill required, As for houses, as I seethat it, People always cleaning or even signing documents at want to have babies, babies grow in children, your solicitors into can adults be quite demanding into teenager, and then into as it is, but add the families of their own.stresses People of willChristmas continue and family commitments to that you to marry and divorce. People willand relocate might findoritfor a bit more challenging thanof for work pleasure and the effects you your agent should all ofinitially this is imagined, that they will need a roof overbe understanding and helpful market as can be. their heads. Will theas property here in Devon go down? I think that the uncertainty For any advice or even if you of Brexit will have an effect butjust forwant us into talk about youritproperty or plans for moving, the southwest will probably be more of a please feeleffect free to dedicated staff aa slowdown ongive the our market rather than call, we are here to help. downward effect of the value of property.

Jack Merriott, Director, Cross Keys Estate Agents

May I personally take this opportunity to wish you all a very merry Christmas and happy, healthy and prosperous 2020


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Local market review 2019 Rivage Apartments on Pier Street in Plymouth

The benefits of buying new build in Plymouth As the year draws to a close, those looking to be settled into a new home before Christmas are making the final decisions on their next move. However, those that may have left things a little late should give serious consideration to the numerous benefits that come with buying a new build property. Not only can buying new build greatly speed up the legal side of the buying process, but it also significantly reduces the chances of your dream property escaping you if the buying chain collapses along the line. However, these are not the only reasons why people are choosing to buy new build properties.

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A recent report produced by Knight Frank revealed that, in London, new homes now account for more than a third of London’s super prime sales, up from less than a fifth two years ago. In the capital, new homes sales within the super prime market have gained a greater share, growing from 18% in Q2 2017 to 34% in Q2 2019. According to my colleague Rupert des Forges, Head of Prime Central London Developments at Knight Frank, “prime buyers are increasingly focussed on securing a London residence in a new scheme and typically they prioritise a high level of security and extensive amenities.”

I can draw many similarities between what colleagues are reporting in London and the property market here in Plymouth, where the trend for lateral living is still going strong. Developments that offer purchasers everything – from great ocean views and luxury high-specification interiors, to parking, lifts, enhanced security features and economical running costs – are highly sought-after. It is true that across the UK, including in Plymouth, buyers are wising up to the superior modern services and amenities that a new home can offer. For example, Rivage Apartments on Pier Street in Plymouth has almost fully sold, and only a few units remain, with prices for a two-bedroom apartment starting at £595,000. The development has proved hugely popular with those looking for luxury city centre living with all the modern convenience and service provisions of a new build development. Breathe taking views over The Hoe from all apartments are part of the package. So, if you’re looking to upsize, downsize or get onto the property ladder before Christmas, we have a number of new build properties that might be suitable. For more information about new homes in Plymouth, call 0117 317 1986.


UK house price growth at slowest rate in six years, says Halifax Halifax, one of the country’s biggest mortgage lenders, reports that annual house price growth has slowed to its lowest pace since 2013. With the average price of a house now standing at £232,574 in September 2019, this equates to a drop of 0.4% in August – the first monthly fall since May. Along with this negative growth, prices rose 1.1% year on year, marking the smallest annual gain since April 2013. In the previous three months (May - July 2019), house prices increased by 0.4%, up slightly from 0.1% in the three months to August. Russell Galley, managing director of Halifax, said the latest figures were “in keeping with the predominantly flat trend we’ve seen in recent months”. Galley commented that underlying market indicators, such as completed sales and mortgages approvals, were broadly stable. For buyers, important affordability measures including wage growth and interest rates still look favourable. However, Galley expected housebuying activity and price growth to remain subdued while economic uncertainty, around Brexit and the global outlook, persists.

UK homebuyers deterred from buying “characterless” new-builds New research from FJP Investment has uncovered UK homebuyers’ sentiment towards newbuilds. The independent survey of 1,000 homebuyers and property investors found: 50% feel the UK’s new-builds are typically unattractive – even more (63%) consider them to be “devoid of character” 67% believe too many new-builds are unaffordable, aimed at the top of the market 57% dismiss buying new-builds because they think they are located in inconvenient locations; 48% worry the infrastructure surrounding new-build developments is poor However, despite these drawbacks, many homebuyers see positives in new-builds 75% praise the modern facilities; 70% say they are more energy efficient Two thirds (67%) call on government to do more to support new-build development Prospective buyers are deterred from purchasing new-build homes in the UK because they are “unattractive” and “devoid of character”, new research by FJP Investment has found. The investment provider commissioned an independent survey of 1,000 UK-based homebuyers and property investors. It found half (50%) feel new-builds in the UK are usually unattractive, while even more (63%) consider them to be “devoid of character”. Two thirds (67%) of homebuyers criticised new-build properties for being too expensive, saying they feel developments are often aimed at the top end of the market. The average new-build property in the UK costs £290,176, 29% higher than the average price for existing properties (£224,729).

One million more young people will be living with parents in a decades time.

FJP Investment’s study also showed concerns around new-builds’ location and infrastructure – 57% of homebuyers say they are put off purchasing new-builds because they think they are located in inconvenient locations; 48% worry the infrastructure surrounding new-build developments is poor.

According to insurance company Aviva, over the next decade, a million more young people are likely to find themselves living with their parents.

Jamie Johnson, CEO of FJP Investment, said: “There can be no denying the huge need for millions of new houses to be built across the UK. However, our research shows that we cannot fall into the trap of simply constructing properties of a poor quality, in undesirable locations or without also investing in local infrastructure.

The study identifies the lack of affordability of housing as the main reason behind their findings. The study forecasts that 3.8 million people aged between 21 and 34 will be living at home by 2025, a third more than at the moment. The number of households containing two or more families is also expected to rise, from 1.5 million to 2.2 million.

“Homebuyers are clearly keen to consider new-builds for their next purchase, but only if we can ensure the houses and flats are finished to a very high standard. What’s more, developers must focus on ways to inject character into projects, ensuring they feel less like a generic show home and more like a place that people will really want to live. “FJP Investment works with investors around the globe to raise development funding, which aids the construction of new-build properties in the UK. We understand the need for such developments to meet prospective buyers’ tastes and this new study underlines how we can ill-afford to ignore the sentiments of homebuyers.”


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Head in the sand time? Or realistic and motivated reasons for sale? and the property market has been affected anyone that thinks it has not is merely putting their head in the sand. If your estate agent has said to you that the market is ‘great’ and properties are selling freely – whatever the budget or condition – then that agent should perhaps also consider running for parliament! The consumer-based side of the market has been separated into two distinct camps of those that ‘would like to’ and those that ‘have to’.

Chris Mervyn MNAEA Marketing Director Lawson ‘Talking up’ is the action of speaking in a positive way about something or someone in order to persuade others. Estate agents are good at this - but sometimes you also need some realism and blunt honesty. 2019 has been one of the most frustrating years that I can remember in the Plymouth property market. There is a general feeling of apathy that has been felt within the market by a large section of house buyers and sellers. Fuelled in part by the governments lack of leadership on Brexit and the ever-decreasing faith in the parliamentarian process to get a result, the countries apparent state of ‘in or out’ has caused a severe polarization. This has a knock-on effect to lots of industries

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Properties will always sell, but in a tougher market the agents that have been successful are those that have not taken on overpriced property from unmotivated vendors at stupidly low fees. Likewise, the sellers and buyers still moving have been ‘motivated’ because they have a real desire and need to move. These have been in lower numbers than previous years, caused in part (at time of writing) by the countries state of limbo and paralysis – but the market is still moving. Crazily, whilst no-one would wish a market crash causing a national depression, at least you know what you are dealing with as an individual and company and can advise and move accordingly. The average person in the street just wants some form of result so we as individuals and the market can move on. This will hopefully be sorted very soon (ironically by the time of publication) and 2020 will see a period of initial adjustment to how the markets react and the knock-on implications to jobs etc locally. The annoying thing about Brexit is that the world has seemingly stopped progressing

since it started. There has been no time to debate anything else let alone the selling process – that needs URGENT attention – along with the regulation of estate agents ensuring high quality and standards throughout the industry. Another thing muted is the speeding up of a buying / selling transaction together with the possibility of introducing legally binding predeposits – and this is an exciting proposition for the industry. Anything that helps the seller and buyer have more security in the transaction going through to firmer timescales should be encouraged. So 2020 - it’s a tough market currently and it will be next year but there should be light on the horizon. I’m massively motivated to sell our clients property, as are Lawsons staff and by working with similarly motivated sellers, to an agreed plan from the outset, PROPERTIES WILL SELL and PEOPLE WILL BUY. The market will always ebb and flow. Those that accept this and react accordingly will be successful. Others will simply put their heads in the sand alongside those that fail to be realistic and honest in the face of a changing market. For positive and realistic marketing please call Lawson on 01752 229292.


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Baker Estates launches show homes at its stunning development in Callington Award-winning south west housebuilder, Baker Estates, has opened the doors to much-anticipated show homes’ in Callington. A number of reservations have now been taken at the stunning development in a short space of time and completions are on track for Christmas. Baker Estates have seen high levels of interest from Plymouth and surrounding areas. Only a 30-minute drive from Plymouth, Meadowbrook offers the Cornish lifestyle for people who may still want to work in the city. The development is also close to St Mellion’s International Resort Golf Club which offers 4-star leisure facilities. Ideal for first time buyers, families and downsizers alike, Meadowbrook offers a stunning collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes and three types of bungalows. It also has six acres of beautiful green space which provides a natural area for families to enjoy. Visitors will now be able to appreciate two of

the three style of bungalows on sale as well as the quality of build, materials and interiors of Baker Estates’ new homes. Boasting countryside views, location is at the forefront of buyers who also enjoy a short walk into the main town centre.

well as how special this development is. As you would expect we have had a good deal of interest. “Our new homes in Callington have really caught the imagination of local people. So the message is come and have a look and you’ll get a feel for the quality and superb location.” Ian Baker, managing director of Baker Estates, said: “With the two bungalow style show homes now open, it’s the perfect opportunity to reserve at our very special development in Callington. We’ve received excellent levels of interest and look forward to sitting down with buyers to help them select their dream home.”

“We have exceptional houses for sale and people need to see some of the views they’ll be getting to really appreciate as well as how special this development is." Annie Williams, head of sales at Baker Estates, said: “We have exceptional houses for sale and people need to see some of the views they’ll be getting to really appreciate as

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businesses. These properties in Turnchapel have captivated the local villagers with their unique and tasteful style and we cannot express enough how incredible the views are”.

"Whether you choose the Elford or the Pascho, your new home at Turnchapel 539 is stylish, built to last and constructed by a local developer with its heart in the South West”. Turnchapel is just a stone’s throw from Plymouth, but a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Named in honour of the 539 Assault Squadron Royal Marines which formerly occupied the site, Turnchapel 539 makes the most of its strong historical nautical links, situated close to a local marina providing access to Cattewater and Plymouth Sound. Extending over four floors, each townhouse is finished to the very highest specification. All homes feature a fully fitted designer Kettle Co kitchen with a choice of finishes and worktops, high-specification bathrooms, and the best quality fixtures and fittings. The top floor features a master bedroom with its own en-suite bathroom and Juliet balcony, while a sun terrace on the first floor allows you to enjoy some al fresco dining overlooking the water. Tracey Morris, Sales Manager said: “We have some exquisite homes for sale in a perfect location and have partnered up with local stylist, Marie Hewitt at The Window Dresser who will be on hand to offer purchasers a bespoke window dressing service. Whether you choose the Elford or the Pascho, your new home at Turnchapel 539 is stylish, built to last and constructed by a local developer with its heart in the South West”. Living in Turnchapel places you in the centre of a range of exciting pastimes, there are plenty of leisure amenities to suit any age group, from cycle paths, sports centres, diving schools and a nearby golf club – not to mention the scenic walks around the water and mooring locations on your doorstep. With far-reaching views across the water to the river Plym and beyond to Dartmoor, these six impressive four-bedroom townhouses, each with its own designer kitchen, double garage and sun terrace enables you to live the good life in this village location. Within easy reach of the city, Turnchapel 539 is your chance to live the lifestyle.


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