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Devonport Guildhall, Plymouth, 2008

The Guildhall was once the civic heart of Devonport, designed by the architect John Foulston in 1821 and part of a plan that included an Egyptian house, a Hindu temple and a commemorative column to celebrate this thriving area. In its current position amongst the demolished remains of Ker Street, this neo-classical building speaks of past prosperous times whilst presiding over the developers bulldozers and cranes. Hugh Janes and Jules Laville use the changing fortunes of the Devonport Guildhall to present a visual, physical feast for the eye, mind and heart.

A promenade event, highlighting the changing fortunes of the historic town of Devonport as seen through the eyes of a cynical overseer and a boxer who won't stay down.

Cast: Tim Goodwin, Joe Carey, Anita Parry

Director: Steve Marmion

Choreographer: Jules Laville
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