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Please do come along for my last show this year - in the truly lovely No. 28 Cafe, in Belper – of my story/ comedy/ poetry show “The Snoopy Question”: an entertainment.
Number 28 Cafe, 28 Market Place,
Belper DE56 1FZ
Saturday, November 30th: 7.30pm for 8.00pm
£10/£8 bring your own drinks
Tickets via www.eventbrite
The Snoopy Question
Earlier in the year we applied to Ecclesiastical’s £50,000 fund for a digital project, which was unsuccessful. They are giving away £1000 for 12 days of Christmas – the more nominations we get the more chance we have of winning and £1000 can go a long way at Junction Arts!
Here is the link if you get time: https://www.ecclesiastical.com/movement-for-good/12-days/
Our charity number is 515303
Déda are excited to welcome the return of performance company, Joli Vyann, with their brand new show ‘ANIMA’ on Thursday 21 November at 7.30pm. Joli Vyann is renowned for presenting an innovative fusion of circus, dance and theatre, blurring the boundaries of dance and circus skills.
ANIMA explores the simple act of breathing in all its forms and how it connects us all. Featuring a live musician and using dance, circus, voice and wind instruments, breath becomes the soundscape for this stunning performance.
One million bus journeys have now been planned by more than 120,000 customers on Bondholder trentbarton’s hugo app for mobile phones and other mobile devices.
hugo was introduced in the summer of 2017 to compare all the route options available to help customers choose the fastest journey.
Get your Christmas off to a harmonious start by enjoying a mix of traditional and modern seasonal music performed by Hayfield Singers at St Matthew’s Church, Hayfield on Sunday 8th December at 7.30pm.
This year the Choir’s annual Christmas concert offers a wide variety of arrangements to suit all tastes and which is certain to leave its audience in the mood for the festive season ahead.
Musical Director, Simon Mercer, said: “This is an engaging mix of traditional, modern and occasionally pithy seasonal music by composers spanning the 18th to 21st centuries.
Lucy McAuley, Jevan McAuley and Natalie Burch are delighted that ‘A Christmas Song’ will be returning this December for another festive gathering at The Florence Nightingale Hall in Holloway on December 21st.
Lucy is originally from Holloway, and moved to London in 2010 to study to become an opera singer at The Guildhall School where she met her husband, Jevan McAuley.
Since their last ‘A Christmas Song’ concert in 2017, Lucy has been singing at Glyndebourne as part of the Summer festival, and is now with them on their UK tour.