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All In

All In

28 May 2024

The Drum

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Tue 28 May
7:45 pm
All In

All In is a work-in-progress musical sharing presented by TRP Artist for Change, Bee Jarvis.

During her time at TRP Bee has been exploring diversity, intersectionality, and inclusion – All In is a culmination of some of Bee’s work this year that encapsulates joy, song, and belonging.

Guided by three singers and a community choir, you can choose how to experience the show, as either an audience member or part of the choir. Escape your boundaries, embrace the music, and raise your voice in this 5-movement, inclusive and harmonious musical experience where we invite you to step into the spotlight with us.

Join us for this one-night-only event and take the chance to explore who you are in the world, who you are in the community, and who you are within yourself.

This production will be BSL interpreted.

Important information


Running time:
45 minutes approx

Age guideline:


BSL Interpretation – Tue 28 May, 7.45pm. Interpreted by Daryl McMullan, Provided by Complete Communication LTD


Content warning: Haze, flashing lights, themes surrounding oppression, themes surrounding racism, explicit language, optional audience participation.

Please note – most of our productions feature flashing lights and loud sounds.

If you require this information prior to booking, please check back for updates or call our Box Office on 01752 267222.




Bee Jarvis

Bee Jarvis

Bee Jarvis is a Musical Director, Composer, Writer, Performer, and The Artist For Change: Inclusivity and Diversity here at TRP.  She dedicates her artistry to intersectional experiences, collaboration, joy, discovery, and light.

Bee has composed everything for All In, and is incredibly excited to be sharing her first solo-written show at TRP. She is additionally thrilled to be joined by the wonderful Devonport Park Community Choir, which she also directs, as supporting singers in All In.

Bee loves to create music surrounding themes of her mixed-race heritage, queerness, autism, and hearing loss, and has written All In to be an all-encapsulating journey around her lived experiences.

Poppy-Jayne Jones

Poppy-Jayne Jones

Poppy is a published writer and regular performer within the South-West.

She is an organiser of the Plymouth Poetry Festival and host to children’s poetry workshops throughout our city.

She writes songs that reflect her experiences of joy, existence and nature and performs these acapella to explore our raw connections to voice as the main focus of vulnerable, pure sound experiences.

Ruby Woods

Ruby Woods

Ruby is a queer, disabled performer and practitioner. She trained in BA Theatre and Performance and MA Performance training at Plymouth Conservatoire.

Her work and research is routed in identity and disability representation in the arts. She also works online as a disability content creator reaching millions of viewers with her activism, recently working with Channel 4 as part of an online series about supporting disabled people into employment.

Ruby is very excited to be a part of the wonderful cast of All In.