Melbourne Festival are excited to announce that the Call for Entries for the 2015 Emerging Talent Award is now open.
News from producers around Derbyshire
Derby Cathedral have announced their exhibition programme for the year in the Sir Richard Morris Lounge at Derby Cathedral Centre.
The programme starts with Derby's Jacobean House in 1852, which is on loan from Derby Museums and with whom the Cathedral enjoy a close relationship.
The Jacobean Exhibition will continue until Friday 30th January 2015, 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, Closed Sundays, Bank Holidays.
Are you interested in becoming part of West Studios? Perhaps you have a hobby that you've always fancied progressing into a functioning business?
Based in the old boys grammar school at the Chesterfield College site on Sheffield Road, West Studios is a unique collection of creative businesses, from jewellers to new media professionals.
Nominations for Derby & Derbyshire Inspirational Women Awards, 2015, are now open. The Awards were founded by Vox Feminarum:Women's Voices (VoxFemme for short) to recognise, celebrate and thank the 'ordinary' women of every age and from every walk of life, who are doing and achieving, extraordinary things. These often unsung HERoes, regularly go unnoticed and unrecognised and we just want to extend a big thank you, for all they have done, and continue to do.
The headline act for the 2015 Derby Comedy Festival has been announced as stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr, who will perform his hit show, Funny Business, at the new Derby Arena on Friday 10 July, 2015.
Derby Theatre’s big production for spring 2015 will be Olivier Award-winning Mike Kenny’s adaptation of Carnegie award-winning Siobhan Dowd’s novel Solace of the Road, on from Fri 27 February until Sat 14 March.
Helen is Derbyshire’s current Poet Laureate and the fifth to be appointed the position. Helen is a multi-award winning poet who recently published her first full collection, “Division Street” which was shortlisted for the T S Eliot Prize and the Costa Prize.
There are many local authors in Derbyshire making an impact on the contemporary literary scene, most notably of all perhaps is Hilary Mantel who hails from Glossop.