Buxton Festival which takes place from 8 – 24 July will again feature Music in the Café at Pavilion Gardens. The relaxed concerts which feature jazz, folk and Eastern European music start at 9pm, tickets are £20.
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Steven Arnold (best know for his long term “butcher’s son” character ‘Ashley Peacock’ in CORONATION STREET) stars as Charlie Chaplin’s brother in this heart-warming and hilarious musical about the first true British icon of Cinema, performed on Sunday 12th June at Buxton Opera House.
Steven is joined onstage by Nicole Faraday (Bad Girls / Emmerdale), Helena Gullan (‘Once’- London’s West End) and a cast of 6 West End actor-musicians who play over 20 instruments live onstage!
A massive installation using threads is being woven around Strutt’s North Mill’s supporting structure by artist Tan Draig OBE. But hidden within the web-like installation will be 500 miniscule ‘workers’.
Somercotes Salvation Army, Sleetmoor Lane, Somercotes, DE55 1RB
Meetings led by Terence Carpenter, Territorial Envoy, unless otherwise stated. Enquiries phone: 01773 606945
- Sunday 11.00 a.m – 12.00 noon – ‘The Jam Club’ (Sunday School).
- Sunday Worship 3.00 p.m
- Monday 2.00 p.m - Friends and Fellowship (except Bank Holiday weeks)
- Tuesday 9.30 – 11.00 a.m Care and Share Coffee Morning (except Bank
Holiday weeks). Sale of donated items on a weekly basis. Come and
find a bargain.
Mansfield & District & Pye Hill & District Male Voice Choirs
United Reformed Church, High Pavement, Sutton in Ashfield
Saturday 11 June at 7.00 p.m.
Mansfield & District Male Voice Choir and the Pye Hill and District Male Voice Choir are to hold a much awaited joint concert which will raise funds in support of the vital work of the John Eastwood Hospice at the United Reform Church, High Pavement, Sutton in Ashfield on Saturday 11 June.
For one day every year, the picturesque town of Bakewell hosts a stunning celebration of world music and dance, heralding the start of Bakewell Carnival Week. On Saturday 25th June up to 30 groups will be displaying dance styles from around the world at 8 outdoor venues from 11.00am to 4.30pm.
East Midlands’ regional orchestra Sinfonia Viva has announced a second performance date in the Cathedral Quarter as part of Derby Book Festival in June.
Visitors to Derby Cathedral Quarter will be taken back to the Edwardian era this summer as part of the popular CQ Saturdays entertainment programme.
Cathedral Quarter Business Improvement District (BID), which was voted national BID of the Year in the Association of Town and City Management 2016 awards, has again commissioned Derby-based Ashrow Theatre Company for CQ Saturdays Street Theatre.
Visitors to Derby Market Hall in the Cathedral Quarter will be transported to the high seas over the next two weekends to mark the historic building’s 150th anniversary and celebrate the national Love Your Local Market fortnight.