PRESS RELEASE - 26 February 2019: Thanks to a partnership with Pilgrim Hall Museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, one of the most significant pieces of Anglo-American history has been conserved so it can travel to Plymouth, Devon for the first time.
PRESS RELEASE - 11 January 2019: Find out how your old recipes or special food-related memories could help a new outreach project between The Box, CaterED, Plymouth Community Homes and Age UK Plymouth.
PRESS RELEASE - 17 December 2018: A new blue plaque honouring a pioneering female medic has been unveiled on the University of Plymouth’s campus. Dr Rosa Bale's plaque can be found on the north side of the Portland Square building.
PRESS RELEASE - 13 December 2018: Almost 100 years to the day since women voted in a General Election for the first time (December 14, 1918), a new blue plaque highlighting the location of two venues linked to the women’s suffrage movement of the early 1900s has been unveiled outside Plymouth College of Art.
PRESS RELEASE - 13 December 2018: The final phase of design works to the historic Elizabethan House has been given the green light with the appointment of two internationally experienced companies to lead on the interpretation design and installation.
PRESS RELEASE - 4 December 2018: The first commission for The Box’s major ‘Mayflower 400: Legend and Legacy’ exhibition is its first-ever work by a Wampanoag artist. Ramona Peters, who specialises in traditional ceramics, will create a new cooking pot based on historic Wampanoag designs.
PRESS RELEASE - 29 November 2018: The 2019 Plymouth History Festival will run from Saturday 4 to Friday 31 May.
PRESS RELEASE: Staff from The Box have joined forces with second-year BA (Hons) Costume Production & Associated Crafts students from Plymouth College of Art and local theatre company Stiltskin to create a unique outfit that will inspire and engage its audiences.
PRESS RELEASE: The fourth and final commemorative paving slab dedicated to the Plymouth and Devonport-born soldiers who were awarded the Victoria Cross for their acts of bravery during the First World War has been unveiled on the Hoe.
The slab is in honour of Brigadier Sir Arnold Horace Santo Waters VC, CBE, DSO, MC (23 September 1886 – 22 January 1981).