Due to the continuing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on indoor live performances, Derby LIVE have now announced that two shows, The Lady Boys of Bangkok and Elvis Tribute Artist World Tour will not be going ahead as planned this autumn. Instead, both shows have been postponed by their promoters to 2021.
Derby’s pantomime has joined the list of Christmas shows across the country which cannot go ahead this year following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sleeping Beauty, which was due to be performed at Derby Arena from 5 to 31 December, has now been postponed until 2021, due to continued uncertainty about when and how indoor theatre can resume.
Thursday 1st October, 6:30pm-8:00pm
THE GHOST STORY PRIMER
Online workshop via Google Meet - Pay What You Like session
A brand new piece of work by dance artist Jonathon Luke Baker in collaboration with LEVEL
PREMIERING ON THE 18TH & 19TH OF SEPTEMBER
In a normal year Matlock Music would be publicising the concert programme for the coming season and recruiting members. This year has been different for all of us. We hope that you have kept healthy and are looking forward to normal life returning over the coming months.
Until recently live concerts have been impossible but this has changed. They are allowed under strict conditions. We have heard from Highfields School that they hope to welcome back hirers in the not too distant future.
Five local artists have been selected to create bespoke work that will take centre stage in a unique street arts trail around Derby city centre from Friday September 25 to Sunday September 27.
Derby Well Re-Dressed has been inspired by Derbyshire’s unique and ancient Well Dressing festivals which originated as indicators of clean water during the Plague in the 17th century.
The street arts trail will take place over the weekend that should have been the annual Derby Festé which has been cancelled due to Government guidance around mass gatherings.
Home of Bondholder Derbyshire County Cricket Club, the Incora County Ground has been named as the exclusive venue for a five-match England Women’s Vitality IT20 series against West Indies in September.
Art & Design students from Derby College Group will be amongst the local people showcasing their creative work at the launch weekend of Derby Well next month (September).
Local people are being invited to submit their creative ideas for the first part of Derby Well which will launch on the last weekend of September.
Derby Well is a new campaign to support and promote cultural and arts activities in and around Derby city centre and will launch with Derby Well Re-Dressed on Friday 25, Saturday 26 and Sunday 27.