The Old Station Gallery is excited to be hosting it's inaugural open submissions exhibition this Summer 2015.
The free CQ Saturdays Street Circus events join an already busy monthly programme of events and entertainment in the area. Information about all the events in the Cathedral Quarter are available at www.derbycathedralquarter.co.uk; on Twitter @DerbyCQ and Facebook
Competitors To Receive Discounted Accommodation At Pentahotel Derby
The organisers have added 22 new bands to the bill for Indietracks 2015.
Tickets for the gig on Bank Holiday Monday 4th May at New Mills Town Hall, are priced at £12 and £10 concessions for the evening performance only and £20 or £18 concessions for both the workshop and performance.New Mills Festival and Jackdaw Stone present the irrepressible Teesside folk trio The Young’uns - Sean Cooney, David Eagle and Michael Hughes –performing music from their brand new album "Another Man’s Ground” at the beginning of their 2015 spring tour.
The chance to chat to published authors, hear Bolsover MP Dennis Skinner talk about his life in politics and pick up some tips from Derbyshire Poet Laureate Helen Mort are just some of the attractions on offer at Derbyshire County Council’s Literature Festival in May.
Tickets are now on sale for more than 40 festival events which will run in libraries and community venues from Friday 8 May to Sunday 17 May.
The nationally renowned Buxton Festival featuring opera, music and books will take place from 10 to 26 July. This year’s music series features 36 concerts from award-winning and internationally renowned singers and musicians performing in Buxton Opera House, the Pavilion Arts Centre, St John’s Church and the Pavilion Café.
A new craft group opens its’ doors at Bakewell Town Hall on Tuesdays.
If you love making and would like to share your skills, ideas and enthusiasm for all things handmade, join us every Tuesday from 10.30am.
Derbyshire Literature Festival takes place from 8th to 17th May 2015 – one of our main Made in Derbyshire celebration events in 2015. It’s a packed 10 days with over 50 events taking place across the county in libraries, heritage venues and community centres.
Described by The Observer as 'Britain's greatest living dramatic poet', visionary writer David Rudkin gives the Plague a central voice as narrator in a dramatic new telling of events at Eyam 350 years ago.
New Perspectives is staging a reading of this haunting new play at Eyam Parish Church, featuring live music.
The reading will be a world premiere of Here We Stay, on Saturday 18 July at 7.30pm.