News from producers around Derbyshire

News Header

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
 

World Premiere of 'Will Ye go to Flanders' comes to Spital Arts

Devised by well known singer & musician Lester Simpson and Chesterfield musician Nigel Corbett.  A completely new show as part of the commemorations of the end of World War 1.

This event will be hosted at Spital Arts on Friday September 21st at 7.30pm

Doors at 7pm and tickets are £10 from;

01246 220741

SpitalArts@gmil.com

A World Premiere of this performance forming part of the commemorations of the end of World War 1.

Could you design Buxton Fringe's 40th programme cover?

Following this summer’s successful bumper Buxton Fringe, organisers are already planning for next year’s eagerly awaited 40th Fringe and have announced a new, open-to-all art competition to create the 2019 programme cover.

The Fringe has a reputation for spectacular covers with 2018’s programme using a vibrant design from artist Joanna Allen of New Mills, winner of last year’s Fringe competition.

Moorside Writers

Chesterfield Library

'First  Tuesday' Meetings are held between 2 pm and 4pm every month except August and are suitable for anyone  who is interested in discussing and undertaking practical exercises in creative writing - prose or poetry

They are held in the Meeting Room Lower Ground Floor - Next to 'Browser' Cafe 

No booking necessary- just turn up

WIRKSWORTH FESTIVAL

WIRKSWORTH FESTIVAL
Art and Architecture Trail
8 - 9 September

Venue: Wild Cherry B&B, Green Hill
Open 10am - 5pm


 

WIRKSWORTH FESTIVAL

WIRKSWORTH FESTIVAL
Art and Architecture Trail
8 - 9 September

Venue: Wild Cherry B&B, Green Hill
Open 10am - 5pm


 

Burbage Band premieres outreach children’s masterpieces

Burbage School was the venue for a very special world premiere when pupils heard their own musical compositions performed for the first time.

The Festival’s Celia Dunk had taught the youngsters how to write short pieces of music during outreach sessions at the school, and invited Burbage Band, one of the oldest in the world, to come and play them.

Double delight as Croots Farm Shop scores success in the Great Taste Awards 2018

Croots Farm Shop in Derbyshire is celebrating after two of its products were hailed as ‘outstanding’ at the annual Great Taste Awards.

Croots Sausage Roll and Croots Old Goat Ale were both awarded two-star accolades in the awards, which are widely regarded as the ‘Oscars’ of the food world and the ‘epicurean equivalent of the Booker prize’.

Organised by the Guild of Fine Food, the awards attracted more than 12,500 entries. Fewer than 15% of products achieved two stars and earned the description of ‘outstanding…above and beyond delicious’.

Pages