Monday, 24 November 2008
The Avalon Guest House Plymouth Bed and Breakfast is pleased to bring details of the Spring Season at Plymouth Theatre Royal.
Hit West End musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will fly into Plymouth this spring as part of a stunning line-up which includes a world premier and a host of star names.
The new season includes the world premier of Quadrophenia, Buddy, Caberet, starring Plymouth's own Wayne Sleep alongside Samantha Barks from BBC's I'd Do Anything, as well as Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita and Jolson & Co and David Essex in All the Fun of the Fair along with a whole host of exciting productions.
Tickets go on sale from Friday. Go to the Theatre Royal website for details.
To book your overnight stay visit The Avalon Guest House Website at http://www.avalonguesthouse.moonfruit.com/
Wednesday, 12 November 2008
The Avalon Guest House Plymouth Bed and Breakfast is pleased to bring you details of Christmas celebrations on Plymouth Barbican in Plymouth.
The Barbican will be hosting hosting live bands every saturday night running up to christmas! kicking off saturday 15th nov, awash with Pirates and the famous 'Weapons of Sound and then the awesome 'Freshly Squeezed funk soul band'... live music, pirates chestnuts and beer! what more do we want?!
To book your stay in Plymouth please visit the Avalon Guest House website at www.avalonguesthouse.moonfruit.com
Monday, 3 November 2008
The Avalon Guest House Plymouth bed and breakfast guest house along with the people of Plymouth have pleasure in inviting YOU to join the Mother City for Plymouth's Annual Thanksgiving Festival, celebrating its unique Mayflower & Transatlantic Heritage this Thanksgiving Weekend.
In the year 1620, a ship named the Mayflower carried 102 English men, women and children from the Port of Plymouth in England to the rocky coast of what is now Massachusetts. The ship's passengers were Puritans - members of a religious sect which was unpopular in Britain because its members wanted to reform the Church of England. We look forward to you joining us in our celebrations at the annual Thanksgiving Festival in Plymouth.
Plymouth's Elizabethan House will be open on 27th November, between 3pm and 6pm Meet the re-enactors, enjoy the sounds of the musicians and soak up the atmosphere in this historic property as it opens for one day only, especially to mark Thanksgiving. Admission is free and there is no need to book in advance.There will also be a Thanksgiving Dinner Dance on Friday 28th November
To book your stay in Plymouth please visit our website at http://www.avalonguesthouse.moonfruit.com/