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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: editor@madeinderbyshire.org
 

New Play Celebrates Life of Bess of Hardwick

Derby LIVE is pleased to announce that Bess, a new play by Kevin Fegan, will be performed at Derby’s Guildhall Theatre from Thursday 28 September to Sunday 1 October. The play was commissioned by First Art and in association with Derby LIVE.

Telling the story of the life and times of Bess of Hardwick, surprisingly, this is the first drama to capture this extraordinary woman and her extraordinary times. Bess takes centre stage in this one-woman show mixing theatre with film.

HANNELLS DARLEY PARK CONCERT WELCOMED BACK TO DERBY

This year’s Hannells Darley Park Concert 2017, organised by Derby City Council’s entertainment arm, Derby LIVE, with orchestra Sinfonia Viva and media sponsor Classic FM, was a resounding success. The event was supported by Hannells Estates Agents, Flint Bishop Solicitors, HUUB, Mortgage Advice Bureau, PKF Cooper Parry, Specsavers and Stratstone BMW Derby.

2017 ANNUAL TOURISM CONFERENCE SAVE THE DATE

Save the date for our highlight event of the year!
When:Thursday 19th October 2017
Where: The Pavilion Gardens, Buxton
Look out for more information and tickets coming on sale soon! 

#UniqueDistrict ~ our exciting new hashtag campaign!

Social media has changed the way we all connect, communicate and share information, this is particularly relevant when planning a destination to visit.

FREE BUSINESS SUPPORT WORKSHOPS ~ SIGN UP NOW!

Following a short break for the busy summer months, we are delighted to announce a number of business support workshops coming up over the next few months; as part of our European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) project – Growing and Developing the Visitor Economy within Derbyshire!

First Festival Director appointed for Derby Book Festival

Local arts professional, Theresa Keogh, has been appointed as the first Festival Director of Derby Book Festival.  Now in its fourth year, Theresa will take the Festival to the next stage in its development. 

The Festival organisers have also announced the dates for the fourth Derby Book Festival.  Next year’s Festival will be held from Friday 1 June to Saturday 9 June 2018 in venues across the city and will again be organised in partnership with local organisations and businesses. 

Free public events in Edale to celebrate local moorland

Guided walks, talks, a poetry evening and gardeners’ question time are some of the free, community-focused events that local people can look forward to as part of BogFest in Edale next month.

BogFest – taking place Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd September at venues throughout the Hope Valley village - is set to celebrate the iconic moorland of the Peak District and South Pennines.

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