Category: Events

The Natural History of Derbyshire Flies

'The Natural History of Derbyshire Flies'
by Derek Whiteley
We are delighted to confirm that Derbyshire wildlife expert Derek Whiteley will join us to give a Dronfield Wildlife and Natural History talk about the natural history of Derbyshire flies. Just £2 for members, £4 for non-members. No need to book -  just turn up on the night. 
Wednesday 7th November, 7:30pm at the Barn


Dronfield Heritage Trust

Peel Centre

High Street

Dronfield, Derbyshire S18 1PY

United Kingdom

Will Hurt: Abstract Playground

LEVEL presents the first major installation of playful, interactive, digital artworks by Lumen Prize shortlisted artist, Will Hurt.

Some of you may remember that Will developed the first Abstract Playground at LEVEL in 2015, working with our participants to challenge and interrogate his work and artistic process. The project was a huge success for both LEVEL and Will, with his work going on to be shortlisted for the Lumen Prize.


Derby Concert Band’s Christmas Festival Concert is on Saturday 15 December 2018 at 7.30pm at Broadway Baptist Church, Broadway, Derby DE22 1BP. This is our traditional Christmas concert with special guests Voices Choir, featuring festive treats and seasonal favourites with plenty of carols to sing along to.

Come and meet the new Business Peak District Chairman Robin Eyre and celebrate the launch of the new Business Peak District Website and the Inspired by the Peak District Business Directory.

Come and join us for another 'Inspired by the Peak District' Networking Evening at Thornbridge Hall.

We invite you to come and meet the new Business Peak District Chairman Robin Eyre and to network with other Inspired by the Peak District businesses.

We will also be launching the new Business Peak District Website and the Inspired by the Peak District Business Directory.

A Concert for Christmas Margaret Keys with The Fishpond Choir & Bel Canto Male Chorus

Margaret Keys is returning to Belper after wowing the audience when she opened the Belper Arts Festival. Her concert on 1 December begins a series of high profile appearances in the run up to Christmas. Over the past couple of weeks Margaret has been recording a new album and I caught up with her between sessions. It will be her second album of the year. 'The Gift Of Music' reached number two on the classical chart and I started by asking her what it felt like to have a 'chart topping' album.

Celebrate the beauty of leaves

Our first solo exhibition by Mark Langley, 'In the Shade of Leaf', is a new collection of landscape paintings that take Mark's work forward in an exciting new direction. The collection demonstrates a variety of experimental styles of working in paint. The exhibition focusses on depicting native trees in local settings, and experiments with lighting, from soft summer evening sun to the contrast of sunshine and shadow.  

Sing along with Buxton Fringe!

Buxton Fringe is inviting everyone to celebrate the opening of entries to the 2018 Fringe with a festive Fringe40 Village Carols sing-along.

The exciting Christmas Party, hosted by Buxton’s Green Man Gallery, will take place on Saturday December 1 from 7 to 10pm with Derbyshire Village Carols from 7.30pm. Wine and light refreshments will be provided with all donations going to the Fringe.

Festive Family fun at Markeaton Park this December

This December Family Festivities returns to Markeaton Park for two weekends full of free family fun. This year Family Festivities will run two themed weekends; on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December the Craft Fair Weekend will give families the opportunity to find that extra special gift that’s unique and locally made.

Hayfield Singers’ Christmas Concert

Hayfield Singers are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of the famous American composer, Leonard Bernstein, at their Christmas concert, which will be held at St Matthews Church, Hayfield, on Sunday 9th December at 7.30pm.

Among other choral arrangements the choir will perform Bernstein’s ‘Chichester Psalms’, which were commissioned for the 1965 Southern Cathedral’s Festival at Chichester Cathedral.


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