Rehearsals are in full swing at Derby Arena for this year’s spectacular family pantomime Beauty and the Beast.
Mike Bernard trained at the Royal Academy Schools and has exhibited frequently in London and the wider UK. He was elected a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour in 1997 and moved to Devon in 2008 where he has been inspired by the amazing light.
Hikapee Theatre present a heartwarming story about a princess like no other as she tries to reach the moon.
A magical, whimsical and charmingly entertaining circus theatre show suitable for families and children aged 4+ - Moonfall will delight audiences of all ages.
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10am - 3pm
Join us for our Christmas Local Producers' Market.
Come along and stock up for Christmas with delicious local food and drink!
Hosted by Real Food Function and our Gardens at The Barn volunteer team, stalls include local producers of pork, cheese, beer, bread and bakery goods, chocolate, preserves and chutneys, pies, cakes, wine, coffee, wood fired pizza, street food curry, potted meat..and more.
A Derbyshire based firm has received a business boost from Retail Entrepreneur Theo Paphitis. Last week, Hannah Lobley owner of Hannah Lobley - Paperwork tweeted Theo about her business during ‘Small Business Sunday’ and was one of six weekly winners to gain a retweet by Theo to his 500,000 Twitter followers. The weekly initiative, set up by Theo in 2010, now has over 2000 #SBS winners and supports small businesses in the UK.
The remarkable album ‘Look Both Ways’ was a sharp turn left for one of the country’s leading ceilidh bands. A conflation of British and Greek folk forms, musical theatre, jazz and soul, astonished critics and delighted audiences, with a sell-out gigs and standout shows at Boomtown, Stainsby, Warwick and Sidmouth festivals.
The Derby Conference Centre chop down mowing time by donating a sit on lawn mower to St. Vincent De Paul charity!
The Derby Conference Centre have donated a brand-new sit on lawn mower to their chosen charity, St. Vincent De Paul England and Wales. The Christian charity helps those in need to tackle poverty.
The Derby Conference centre have been supporting St. Vincent De Paul’s since 2013. The partnership came about because of a personal relationship that an employee of the centre has with the charity.
Two Derby-based creatives have joined forces to expand their client base and create more opportunities for up and coming professionals.
Photographer Mark Averill and video and film specialist Ash Stanley have started working in collaboration on a number of clients.
These include NK Motors, Bounce Revolution and Hatton Systems and there are several projects with major companies and brands in the pipeline.
Senior leaders at Derby College have visited Firs Estate Primary School in Raven Street to see the benefits of the new phase of the city’s Breakfast Club programme.