An open day at Broomfield Hall in Morley on Sunday June 16 has been cancelled due to the weather. Fields that were due to be used for visitor parking are waterlogged and a decision has been made to cancel now to provide enough notice to the public.
Hello from Artcore,
June is set to be a busy month for us here; we have plenty of engaging workshops and activities planned for you all.
You’ve spring cleaned, now it’s time to summer spruce! Come on down to our new cycle of Monday and Wednesday workshops with Nicki Dennett and Victoria Brown. Explore painting and printing and make some patchwork cushions and lavender bags to decorate your home with.
Award-winning choir thrill with ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
For one night only the High Peak’s award winning ‘Kinder Choirs’ will thrill the audience at Buxton Opera House with a stunning arrangement of songs by Freddie Mercury and Queen.
Ben Schwarz presents Soapbox Racer - a new play about love, loss and connecting with your inner daredevil.
When the love of your life dumps you for your best friend, do you sit down and take it? No! You race down a hill, in a matchbox on wheels, and invite them to watch! That'll definitely win both of them back!
DEBUT SHOW FOR PERIOD DRAMA COMEDY DUO
Saturday 6th July 2019
High Peak Bookstore and Café, Brierlow Bar, Buxton SK17 9PY
‘Peanuts’ - the comic strip world of Charlie Brown, his friends and beloved dog Snoopy - is brought to the stage by talented actors in the Broadway musical ‘You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown’ at New Mills Art Theatre 21st to 23rd June.
Buxton International Festival’s new opera about the life of the fifth Duchess of Devonshire will tackle an obsession which the Hollywood film version of her life barely touched.
Keira Knightley, who starred in 2008’s The Duchess, had hoped the film would be able to include the drama of Georgiana Cavendish’s gambling addiction and the massive debts she ran up at the gaming tables of Georgian high society which she scandalised and fascinated in equal measure.
The Small Producer Quality Food and Drink Awards are a unique platform for small producers, like you, to showcase the passion, innovation and creativity behind your locally loved products.
On Saturday 11th May, Somercotes Salvation Army, held its Annual Plant Fair and Coffee Morning, which was very well attended and greatly enjoyed.
This was the sixth year the Plant Fair has taken place and raised a record £800.00, with all profits from the sale, as last year, benefitting Anidasofie (House of Hope), Kokomlemle, Accra, Ghana, where Captain Vicky Owen was previously based for six years before moving to Somercotes.
ON THE EVE OF THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME ANNIVERSARY
After three years of fundraising Andy Mayer's sculpture / memorial 'Sacrifice' will be unveiled at 1:30pm on 30 June in Belper's Memorial Gardens.
On the 1st July 1916, the first day of the Battle Of The Somme, fourteen men from Belper died, almost all within the first thirty minutes as machine gun fire cut them down as they left the trenches.
Family-friendly Derby Festé has been a key feature in the Derby festivals calendar for the past 13 years and returns to the city streets this on Friday September 27 and Saturday September 28.
Festé attracts more than 30,000 visitors to the city centre over the two-day festival which features performers from across Europe in a celebration of street entertainment including dance, contemporary circus, music and comedy.
Megan Broadmeadow SEEK PRAY ADVANCE: Episode 3 – Operation Starlight exhibition at QUAD in Derby, from 29th June to 29th September 2019
QUAD has a new exhibition by artist Megan Broadmeadow opening on 29th June.
SEEK PRAY ADVANCE: Episode 3 – Operation Starlight is based on real-life testimonies from those who have purportedly had encounters with beings from other worlds, dimensions and realms, across multiple periods in history.
Two young people studying Construction industry skills at Derby College Group (DCG) have each been awarded £1,000 bursaries from construction company Bowmer + Kirkland to support their future studies and job career goals.
The Chief Executive of East Midlands’ professional orchestra Sinfonia Viva, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to arts and culture.
Peter Helps has been at the helm of the Derby-based Orchestra since 1995 – steering it through challenging times.
Over the past 20 years Sinfonia Viva has gained national recognition for high quality classical music in diverse settings from major venues to village halls and for its innovative education and community work.
Sheffield’s silver-tongued septuagenarian Sheridan Shacklethwaite warmly invites you to accompany him on an illuminating, alternative tour of Poole’s Cavern, as part of this year’s Buxton Fringe Festival (3-24 July 2019).
Derbyshire baker Luke Evans Bakery has rewarded a customer who has been visiting its shop for an amazing 73 years with free bread and cakes for life.
Eileen Hibbert first began buying bread and baked goods from the bakery in Greenhill Lane, Riddings, at the age of nine when she moved into a house just a few yards away with her parents.
Now 82, she’s still living in the same house, still buying her bread and cakes from the bakery, and has never bought loaves from anywhere else.
Derby College Group (DCG) is holding an apprenticeship and jobs fair at the Roundhouse Technical and Professional Skills college in Pride Park on Wednesday June 26 to showcase the opportunities available to people at local businesses and organisations.
Derby College Group (DCG) has developed a state-of-the-art Mechatronics laboratory to further increase the skills and employment opportunities for Engineering and Professional Construction students and apprentices.
2018 Buxton Spirit of The Fringe Winner Returns
Last year’s Spirit of The Fringe winner returns and it’s bigger and better than ever. Extensively re worked after last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Brain Rinse is a madcap, bizarre comedy one-man sketch show with a cast of thousands. Performer Mike Raffone performs in this ultimate immersive show, which contains traces of audience participation – starring him, directed by you. There’s war, mountaineering, a sex cult where the members are not allowed to touch each other, and a spiritual journey to discover one’s ‘inner ninja’.
A national prize for her contribution to music means organist Zorada Temmingh has one big ambition left: to play the organ in Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral when it is restored after this year’s devastating fire.
Zorada, who brings her ground-breaking performance inspired by the Cathedral to Buxton International Festival in July, received the Andrew Murray Federation of Afrikaans Culture (FAK) last week for her contribution to sacred music.
Foundation Derbyshire Funding Workshop - for groups operating in Chesterfield and North East Derbyshire.
Thursday 20th June 10:30am to 1:30pm at Holmgate.
Foundation Derbyshire will be running a workshop giving Derbyshire based community groups the opportunity to gain an insight into the work of the Foundation. By the end of the interactive session you will hopefully have an understanding of how to apply to the Foundation and have a range of hints and tips for success: