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Duffield Last Night of the Proms

You are in for a real treat! Listen to the Derwent Valley Wind Band sing many of the classics and also a micx of musicals and movies. They will be joined by the outstanding soprano Linda Perry-smith and the amazing Belcanto.

So whatever side you sit on, enjoy this pre-Brexit concert and celebrate in unity the beauty of music! Tickets £11 and concessions £9 available from DerbyLIve via this link  https://bit.ly/2oji6n1 

Matlock Music - New Season

Matlock Music's new season starts on Friday 18th October with the young Latvian cellist Kristiana Ignatjeva and pianist Alison Rhind playing a varied programme including an arrangement of the Elgar Cello Concerto. 

As usual the concert is Highfields School, Upper Lumsdale at 730 pm. Entrance for non-members is £12. 

Fans of Folk Music Flock to the City for the Folk Weekender

For 13 consecutive years, Derby has hosted a folk extravaganza with people from all over the country travelling to enjoy the musical delights in the city.  Co-produced by Derby LIVE and PR Productions, 2019 saw a change from the usual festival format to the creation of Derby Folk Weekender which took place in venues surrounding the city’s market place. The programme was jam-packed with music, dance acts and fringe activities from Friday to Sunday.

October In The Loop at Straight Curves

It's been a super busy September and its vanished quicker than quick and without wanting to get reprimanded the C word is fast approaching... and we have lots of different workshops to help you make your handmade Christmas this year most of which are in November.

'Roma Tales' by Faith i Branko

'Roma Tales' by Faith i Branko
Saturday 23rd November, 7:30pm
£8 Under-16s, £12.50 Adults

 

‘Quite remarkable musicians.’ Stephen Fry, BBC World Service

‘Musically a delight…these virtuosic performers are a major discovery this year.’ The Guardian

'Juliet & Romeo' by Lost Log Dance

'Juliet & Romeo' by Lost Log Dance
Sunday 27th October, 7:30pm
£8 Under-16s, £12.50 Adults

 

Lost Dog’s new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily ever after.

Well, they lived at least.

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