News from producers around Derbyshire
Gormleys Art In Garden Exhibition will host some of the greatest names in the Art world including Salvador Dali.
April's work will be displayed alongside these incredible pieces of surrealist sculpture to be appreciated by visitors from around the world.
The full pictorial representation of the exhibition will be available to see online from Sunday 19th May.
Please do take a look and see how wonderful April's work is viewed out in the wonderful Irish parklands.
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Out of the Box is part of a three-year arts programme working with people at Derventio Housing Trust’s Growing Lives project in Ilkeston, Derbyshire.
From generously shared personal stories, artist Jan Flamank condensed gentle conversations into haiku-style poems, using only people’s own words. The poems are presented alongside personal photographs in a book and a display of small boxes. The project gives a glimpse into the real lives of local people who have been through tough times.
Out of the Box will feature at the following venues:
Rising opera star Samantha Clarke has gone from saint to sinner for her latest leading role.
London-born but raised in Australia and South Africa, Samantha is taking the lead role in Buxton International Festival’s world premiere of Georgiana, about the life and loves of the wife of the Fifth Duke of Devonshire who fascinated and scandalised high society in Georgian England.
Photographs have been released of the Art Theatre in New Mills, High Peak following a £46,000 refurbishment.
The restoration delivered largely by volunteers includes the installation of London's famous West End, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane seats.
New Mills Art Theatre presents the Broadway musical You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. The show is a musical comedy based on the much loved ‘Peanuts’ comic strips by Charles Schulz.
The BAT team has received a record breaking 80 entries for its award-winning Art Trail to take place during the 40th Fringe Festival. WE ARE OFFICIALLY 80 at FRINGE40!
Applications have poured in for Buxton Art Trail which will return during the first weekend of the Fringe40 on Saturday July 6 and Sunday July 7.
The fifth trail, BAT2019: The Buxton Biennale is set to make a big contribution to celebrate Buxton Fringe’s 40th year.
half.fish is a celebration of all things Mermaid for children, adults and anyone with a tail. With mermaid clubs springing up all over the country, there has never been a better time to investigate this cultural phenomenon.
Buxton Fringe’s massive 68-page printed programme featuring close on 220 separate events and over 760 individual performances will be celebrated at an open-to-all Fringe40 Programme Party at Buxton's The Green Man Gallery on Saturday June 8th from 7-9.30pm.