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Forthcoming Exhibition - Constructs of Colour

Constructs of Colour

Michele Bianco - Nick Grindrod - Susan Laughton - JFK Turner

I'm extremely excited to bring together four exceptional artists for ‘Constructs of Colour’, a perfect Summer show of vibrant, modern and colourful works, with over 30 pieces of work available at the gallery and online during the exhibition - online catalogue available shortly.

Safe and Sound Unveil Future Plans To Transform More Young Lives

Local charity Safe and Sound has unveiled innovative plans to expand its work that supports and protects children and young people from the devastating damage that sexual exploitation has on their lives.

Safe and Sound, established since 2002, is the only local charity focused on transforming the lives of children and young people who are victims of or at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation, commonly referred to as CSE.

Derby College Group Celebrates Peak Performers

Derby College Group’s annual Peak Awards was a double celebration this year. As well as students from colleges across the group receiving awards in recognition of their hard work and achievements, DCG marked the 10th anniversary of the opening of the historic Roundhouse.

Call out for Eagle Engine stories for the new Museum of Making

In September 2020 Derby Museums will open the new Museum of Making in Derby featuring, at its heart, some astonishing objects that have shaped the world in which we live. One of the stand-out objects is the Eagle Engine, which helped to power the first transatlantic flight by Alcock and Brown 100 years ago on June 14th and 15th 1919.

Special Opening Night at New Mills Art Theatre!

Opening nights are always special – but on Friday, 21st June, the performance of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown at New Mills Art Theatre, marks the first musical to be produced on the Art Theatre stage since the wonderful refurbishment of the auditorium, featuring the golden velvet seats gifted from Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.