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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:

New publication; The Cat Of Doom

My novella The Cat of Doom, a surreal fantasy with poetical and musical interludes, was published this month. E-book and paperback formats both available from the publisher (FBP) or the great monster Amazon, or of course can be ordered through bookshops. Cover picture attached.

Mark P. Henderson

   Writer, editor, folktale collector, storyteller.

   Secretary, "Write from the Heart".

Live & Local - Two Job Opportunties

Audience Engagement Officer

£21,589 (Full-time @ 35 hrs per week/flexi time)

Responsible for managing and implementing the audience engagement and marketing plans for all Live & Local programmes using a mix of traditional, digital and engagement marketing techniques including supporting our network of local promoters and managing our Marketing and Publicity Assistant.

Studio Available at Haarlem Artspace

We currently have a beautiful studio space available please get in touch if you are interested.

Find out about all the artists, writers, photographers, film makers,
musicians, and other creative industry professionals at
Haarlem Artspace here 

Dry Stone Walling Course

Dry Stone Walling Course

Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th September

£50 (£45 Members)

We're looking forward to holding our first event since we re-opening at the start of July! Don't miss our dry stone walling course, which will take place over two days in September. Places are limited to ensure social distancing, so, if you're interested, book your place soon to avoid missing out!

Thank you for your continued support of the Barn!

We’d like to thank all our new and returning customers for your continued support of Dronfield Hall Barn recently. As part of the government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ scheme, it has been a particularly busy time for us. After a tough few months, this has been a real boost to us, and has helped us get back to a sense of normality.

But we’re not quite out of the woods just yet – your support remains vital to us in the coming months, as we try and re-establish our income sources.