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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
 

Brexit ‘like the War of the Roses’

Britain’s history proves that the nation will pull together after Brexit just like it did after The War of the Roses, author John Higgs believes after researching his new book, Watling Street: Travels Through Britain and Its Ever-Present Past.

Winter "in the loop"

Christmas is fast approaching and whether you want a handmade Christmas this year at home, want to crochet gifts or treat yourself to some me time... Why not book on a course or workshop to learn something new or get a crafty friend a gift voucher?

JOHN BISHOP WINGS HIS WAY TO DERBY ARENA FOR 2018

Derby LIVE are pleased to announce that Comedy superstar John Bishop is extending his sell out UK tour and bringing his brand new show ‘Winging It’ to more venues across the UK, including Derby Arena. Tickets go on sale on Monday 13 November at 10am.

Network Survey

Contemporary Visual Arts Network East Midlands is more than halfway through a three-year programme of activity. The programme comprises projects called Document, The Start of Something, In Another Place, Meet the Artist and includes our annual events (Things Happen, Make.Practice.Perfect.) and website cvaneastmidlands.co.uk.

CVAN EM's aims are to:

RITA, SUE AND BOB TOO

Derby Theatre are thrilled to play host to the Out of Joint, Octagon Theatre Bolton and the Royal Court Theatre stage production of Rita, Sue and Bob Too, the seminal 1982 play about two teenage friends who embark on an affair with a married man, on at the Theatre from Tuesday 21 u

DERBY FOLK FESTIVAL REACHES MORE PEOPLE THAN EVER BEFORE

The eleventh Derby Folk Festival has proven to be the most successful yet. It reached more people than ever before, with record ticket sales for the event co-produced by Derby LIVE and PR Productions. Visitors came from across the country including Exeter, Leeds, Chester and Oxford demonstrating the benefits of continuing to make derby a vibrant place to visit.

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