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New dates for Jimmy Carr and Magic of Motown at Derby Arena

New dates have been announced for two shows which were due to take place at Derby Arena in spring and early summer.

Jimmy Carr, who was due to bring his Terribly Funny tour to the Arena on Sat 22 May, has confirmed a new date of Sat 23 Oct 2021. Magic of Motown, a musical tribute to the sounds of the Motor City, has moved from Sat 26 Jun 2021 to Fri 27 May 2022.

Sunita Thind - Published BAME, Punjabi, Sikh, British, ModelPoet with two poetry collections out in UK

As a British, Punjabi published poet with two published collections of multicultural poetry I was in National Media recently. I am a performance poet as well as Secondary English, History and Primary school teacher and workshop facilitator. I would love to use my poetry as a medium to voice important issues that woman have to deal with like mental health, equality, cultural and social injustice, racism as well as achievements.

A tribute to Tina Glover

Tina Glover passed away on the of 19th December 2020.

Tina ran Junction Arts for 17 years and her appointment coincided with a name change, from Junction 28, and the exciting new challenge of working district wide across Bolsover.

Paid artist opportunity with Live and Local

Live and Local are looking to pair artists from the Midlands with local communities to create a bespoke performances or artworks.

This is a series of micro-comissions as part of their LivingRoom project. They invite proposals which meet the brief from professional artists and companies from a range of different artforms.

Learning Through Arts New Website Launched

LTA is: 

- developing its unique programme Dance Interaction to deliver the work (online at present) through the Social Prescribing network to offer one to one creative and interactive dance sessions for people who are experiencing mental or physical health issues. We aim to reach out to people in their own homes who are feeling isolated, anxious or depressed to offer connection and communication through movement.

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