On The Tip Of My Tongue

Market Hall Community & Culture
Join artist and cultural futurist Lauren Craig for a 360 immersive audio and visual experience at the Market Hall dome, Plymouth.

The performance is part of Craig’s commission that centres creativity by the global majority living and working in Plymouth.

You can sit back and watch waves of colour in a moving image collage projection that Lauren has created. You’re welcome to participate in the multi-sensory performance. You’re invited to co-produce live audio by playing sonic sculptures or animate live images on the dome screen. Everyone is welcome.

‘On the Tip of My Tongue’ is commissioned by talking on corners (Ella S Mills and Lorna Rose) and is part of the Spaces to Speak project.

This project is supported by funds from the Arts Council England and project partners Plymouth Culture, Barbican Theatre, Association for Art History and Plymouth’s City Centre Company, with additional support from Real Ideas and Echoes. A special thank you to Neil Rose (sound), Robert Hills (blacksmith) and Ian Hankey (glass) for their incredible work.

This performance contains some flashing images.

Travel Information

Market Hall, Duke St, Devonport, Plymouth PL1 4PS

At Market Hall, we’re working on a dedicated place for parking but for now, it’s limited. We are an environmentally conscious organisation and encourage our visitors to prioritise green travel. Please consider getting the bus, cycling or walking to visit us. We have plenty of space for bikes to be parked securely on-site and one electric car charging point.

More information on bus routes and car parks nearby can be found here – https://realideas.org/our-spaces/market-hall/

We value the relationship we have with our neighbours so if you need to drive to Market Hall, please avoid parking on the pavements around the building or in front of people’s drives. Please make use of the car parks we have identified in the area that are all within walking distance.

When you arrive, please use the main entrance via the steps (Duke Street) or ramp (via Wall Street).

When leaving the building at night please be respectful and consider the people living in the residential area.

There are a couple of disabled parking spaces on site – please advise us of any additional needs so we can make your visit enjoyable and comfortable.


There is a wheelchair friendly entrance on the west side of the building. The Market Hall is an accessible building, with accessible toilet facilities, lift access to upper floors and an accessible bar. Blue badge parking is available at the rear of the building.

Additional Information

Arrival and admission
Please make sure you have your ticket to hand ready for check-in. We cannot guarantee entry into the event for late arrivals.

This ticket gives you entry to the experience named on your ticket.