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The latest news from producers, makers, venues and events organisers from around Derby and Derbyshire. If you have news to add to this page, then email us to let us know about it: editor@madeinderbyshire.org
 

11.2% growth in MD's first year at The Derby Conference Centre

Matthew Hutchings has celebrated his first anniversary as Managing Director of The Derby Conference Centre - one of the leading events and conference venues in the East Midlands. His first year in charge has marked some big changes at the Conference Centre, with Hutchings’ leadership taking the venue from strength to strength. 

Visit our Peak District & Derbyshire Christmas Tree!

We’ve taken promoting the delights of the Peak District and Derbyshire to a new level this Christmas – by decorating a tree with specially-donated baubles from the area’s amazing attractions, accommodation providers and producers!

 

Sing along with Buxton Fringe!

Buxton Fringe is inviting everyone to celebrate the opening of entries to the 2020 Fringe with a festive Village Carols sing-along.

The exciting Christmas Party, hosted by Buxton’s Green Man Gallery, will take place on Saturday December 7th from 7 to 9.30pm and offer the chance to sing traditional Derbyshire Village Carols as well as to mingle and enjoy a drink. Wine and light refreshments will be provided with all donations going to the Fringe.

Kinder Choir concert is a Christmas cracker!

Kinder Choirs of the High Peak will be performing a selection of the most loved and well-known choral classics when they sing at Buxton Opera House on Sunday 12th January.

Musical Director Joyce Ellis has put together a programme which is a real ‘top of the pops’ of choral favourites including ‘Zadok the Priest’, the Hallelujah Chorus, Panis Angelicus and many more.

Spend Christmas with the Lost Boys

No, not at our home on Christmas Day, that would be weird. We don't even live together, we are not Bert and Ernie. We'd love to see you at one of our Christmas shows though - whether that's a night of interactive entertainment and beautiful food in a unique take on ‘A Christmas Carol’, another classic Dickens tale in Oliver with a Twist or a visit to the beautiful Sudbury Hall for a breakfast promenade performance of House Trap, a comedy adventure for all the family.

Light up your Christmas with candlelit concert!

Kinder Choirs of the High Peak

With the shops already piled high with Christmas gifts, not to mention mountains of seasonal food, it’s easy to feel less than enthusiastic about the festive season ahead. But there’s one sure-fire way to get into the true Christmas spirit and that’s by attending one of the heavenly, candlelit concerts presented by Kinder Choirs of the High Peak.

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