News from producers around Derbyshire
MA Arts programme invites you to celebrate artworks created by students from Fine Art & Photography Pathways!
Degree Show Private View - Friday 22 September 17:00-19:00 - Artcore Gallery, Derby.
Join the Magical Duffield Scarecrow Trail: A Mysterious Journey Awaits!
Duffield Derbyshire - Get ready for an enchanting adventure as Duffield Arts Festival presents the highly anticipated Enchanted Scarecrow Trail! This unique event promises fun, creativity, and a touch of magic for all ages.
Date: 13th to 17th September
Admission: Free and open to the public. Scarecrow Trail Maps are just £2 and profits will be donated to a local charity.
About the Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales Scarecrow Trail:
Live & Local announces its new Autumn/Winter 2023/24 season of professional performances in community venues across Derbyshire: dance & drama, poetry & puppetry, folk & funk – in short, there is something for everybody. Live & Local continues facilitating surprising shows in surprising places by supporting local volunteers to bring exciting and awe-inspiring shows for all ages to a village hall or community venue near you.
Laura Bagley, Programme Administrator at Live & Local said:
High Peak Singer-songwriter Hannah Brine releases single Boxes, recorded at Fiction Studios
“I can definitely hear the Joni Mitchell vibes” Summaya Mughal, BBC Radio Leicester
THE FULL RITZ FILM DIARY
Denzel is back! at the RItz cinema in Belper!
Friday 15 September
The Equalizer 3 5:45pm
Saturday 16 September
Haunted Mansion 12:15pm
The Equalizer 3 3:30pm (Captioned), 8:15pm
Dead Man's Shoes 6:00pm
Sunday 17 September
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake 4:00pm
Don Amott urges football fans to support high-flying Mickleover after kitting out players in charity boost
Derby caravan king Don Amott has urged local football fans to support high-flying Mickleover FC play “proper football” - after kitting out players to boost a much-loved charity of which he is patron.
The home kit worn by first team players at the club feature the distinctive logo of the Derbyshire Children’s Holiday Centre (DCHC) – a 132-year-old charity of which Don is patron, along with former Derbyshire Lord Lieutenant Willie Tucker and Sir Henry Every.