Best Western Duke Of Cornwall Hotel
The BEST WESTERN Duke of Cornwall Hotel is a true Plymouth landmark, and provides a great base from which to explore Devon, Cornwall and the Eden Project. The hotel s Victorian Gothic architecture sets the tone for the magnificent food, standards and service you ll find inside. While away from this wonderful building, there s plenty for families, couples and business travellers to enjoy. Just minutes from Plymouth s historic waterfront, the hotel offers as much convenience as it does comfort. Only when you stay here will you fully appreciate the hotel s central location! All public areas non-smoking One AA rosette for fine food served in our elegant restaurant. All bedrooms individually designed. Closest hotel to cross channel Ferryport.
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Chamber Ensemble Of London; 'we Will Remember'
Chamber Ensemble of London; 'We Will Remember'
Craig Ogden; Classical Guitar Recital
Classic FM favourite, Craig Ogden brings the best of the guitar repertoire to the Spring Concert Series. Craig will be performing music by Dowland, Albeniz, Gary Ryan, Tarrega and more. Craig is well known to Plymouth audiences through his many previous performances in the city. He is one of the UK's most recorded…
Jeanie Moore Mvo; 'christmases Remembered'
Jeanie Moore MVO; 'Christmases Remembered'
Mike Hatchard & Heather Rees; Piano And Dance
Mike Hatchard is an acclaimed pianist in Jazz and Classical music - as well as being an accomplished exponent with many other instruments. Heather Rees is a rhythmic dancer and lecturer in Tap Dance - as well as in Modern Jazz and National Dance. Their combined presentation will encompass an exciting mixture of both…
Peter Cigleris Trio
Peter Cigleris Trio
Peter Fisher; Violin & Peter Adams; Cello
Rated by The Times as 'amongst a handful of the world's finest musicians', Peter Fisher has performed all over the world and is the director of the Chamber Ensemble of London, often heard on Classic FM. By the age of 21, Peter Adams had become principal cellist of both the London String Orchestra and London City Ballet…