Déda - a creative centre for the development of Dance, Contemporary Circus and Outdoor Work - is bringing together a wide range of arts professionals for a symposium in Derby, the East Midlands.
News from producers around Derbyshire
Circus artist and aerialist Ria Ashcroft has clinched support to create a new performance that will be seen for the first time at this September’s Derby Festé.
The 10th Derby Festé will be held on Friday September 23 and Saturday September 24 and Ria’s performance will be staged on River Gardens for visitors to enjoy on the second day. Ria has teamed up with Phil Coggins and Mark Hornsey from Buxton-based Babbling Vagabonds theatre group as well as Kristy Guest and Hannah Stone from female theatre company The Gramophones to develop the new commission.
Talented second year University of Derby Fine Art students will be exhibiting their work, titled Archive 32 to the public from 21st-27th May at The Boulevard, Derby Riverlights.
More than 30 teams have so far signed up to enter Derby’s Spring Classic Sportive on Sunday May 1 – battling it out for the title of Geldards Team Distance Challenge winners.
A wide range of students at Derby College will be introduced to the far-reaching career opportunities available in the growing renewable energies industry thanks to an innovative partnership with two local businesses.
In a great boost to the Derby economy, a business centre in Derby’s St Peters Quarter has doubled in size just over a year after it first opened. To celebrate the unveiling of the additional space, the centre is offering some very special deals for new customers.
Citibase, the UK’s largest independent operator of fully-serviced business centres, opened its centre in Laurie House, Colyear Street just over 12 months ago and rapidly filled up with businesses ranging from web design and journalism to engineering, recruitment and health care.
On Saturday 18th June, Derby comes alive with creativity at The 4th Annual Furthest From The Sea Festival, showcasing and celebrating the diverse Derbyshire Arts Scene. #FFTS16 promises to be the biggest and best yet, and they would like you to be a part of it.
A three-man team from Derby advanced composite materials specialists epm:technology are throwing down the gauntlet to fellow businesses to join them in the Jenson Button Trust Triathlon at Derby’s Markeaton Park on Sunday July 17.
The Team Challenge competition, sponsored by Midlands based business advisors and accountants Smith Cooper, is open to teams of three people.
Derby College is opening its doors to the public for an information morning on Saturday April 23 between 10am and 12 noon.
As well as a wide range of demonstrations, there will be the opportunity to try out various vocations from bricklaying to hairdressing and the chance to speak to the tutors about the full and part time courses available at the £10m purpose-built campus in Pimlico.
Flamenco Edition, the hand-flicking, toe-tapping brainchild of Birmingham-based flamenco artist and promoter Ana Garcia, is back in Derby next month.
On Friday 13 May, Flamenco Edition 2016 presents Olga Pericet Company at Déda, led by Olga Pericet, one of the most celebrated choreographers and dancers gracing the world stage today.
Sin título will take the audience on an intimate journey to a world in which distinctive and contrasting emotions are expressed through different flamenco styles native to the Spanish regions of Andalusia.