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The CALL for ENTRIES is now open for the Melbourne Festival Art & Architecture Trail.

Each year 120 Artists exhibit on the Melbourne Festival Art & Architecture Trail in 70 halls, homes and gardens in the heart of Melbourne, South Derbyshire and we have approximately 5000 visitors, the event takes place on Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th September this year.

To apply please email us 6-8 images by the 31st March with a CV, Artist Statement and FULL contact details. 

Entries will be collated ready to select artists and arrange who goes where by the end of May, the fee of £80 is due by the end of June.

The Remi Harris Trio in Concert a “Live & Local” show at Crich Glebe Field Centre on 9 April

A welcome return to Crich of one of the UK's hottest jazz guitar talents, Remi Harris, together with double bass player Mike Green, and fellow guitarist Caley Groves.

Fresh from smashing it at the Montreal Jazz Festival, and appearing at the 2016 Proms supporting Jamie Cullen, we are delighted to bring this amazing trio, and their wonderful jazz, blues and rock influenced music back to Crich.

High Tor Players present Habeas Corpus by Alan Bennett in May

The Play revolves around the antics at the Wicksteed home. It is a satirical merry-go-round. Family, friends and the sexual satisfaction of the "corpus" (body) are the ruling passions in this farcical comedy of ill-manners. Through a dance of mistaken identities and carnal encounters, one motto holds fast: "He whose lust lasts, lasts longest."

"A parade of wit." - The New York Times

Spring Bank Arts are delighted to bring you the fifth season of Coffee Concerts for Spring 2017.

Hallé cellist Dale Culliford has created another series of chamber music bringing you some of the most famous and well-loved works from Mozart and Schubert, through to pastoral oboe music and exotic Hungarian string music. The first concert on March 19th includes beautiful and fresh music that deserves an established place in concert halls everywhere. Dohnányi’s String Trio is a strong and spirited work full of rhythmic Magyar influences and haunting melodies. Adding Hallé co-principal oboist Hugh McKenna to the string trio creates the lovely sound of the oboe quartet.


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