The Old Lock Up Gallery are pleased to announce that their first exhibition of 2022 is now open!
With over 70 pieces of work in the show - including paintings, photography, printmaking, textiles, ceramics and sculpture. There is something for everyone.
Have your 2022 diary bursting with exciting events, courses and talks taking place at Dronfield Hall Barn.
What's on the agenda?
- Burns Night Bistro
Saturday 22nd January, 7pm
Thank you to everyone who has renewed your Friends subscription for 2022 with us so far this month - and don't forget that you are entitled to receive a free complimentary book if you renew or sign up in January.
As a small, registered charity, your support is vital and helps us maintain the beautiful historic building, and means we can continue to play an important role in Dronfield’s community by holding events and exhibitions, and providing volunteering opportunities.
Get ready for a night of laughs – Jack Whitehall is coming to Derby Arena and he’s bringing his parents!
Comedian Jack Whitehall is joined by his parents Hilary and Michael Whitehall in this latest hilarious stage show Jack Whitehall with Hilary and Michael: How to survive family holidays. Join Derby LIVE and the Whitehall family at Derby Arena on Wednesday 16th March 2022 at 8pm for a suitcase full of laughs.
Join the celebrations of Erewash Festival of Light at Erewash Museum and help shine a spotlight on the importance of light across different cultures.
Arts Development invite families of all ages to Shine a Light at this free event for Erewash Festival of Light. Join in the fun for an afternoon of dance, music and artists workshops. Or why not make a lantern and join the light procession in the evening!
We provide a free home delivery service to Derbyshire residents who are unable to visit a library due to:
- limited mobility
- caring responsibilities
When you apply for the Home Library Service, we'll contact you to talk about your needs, and find out what you like to listen to or read. One of our Home Library Assistants will then visit you once every 4 weeks. We can deliver to people in their own homes, care homes or sheltered accommodation.
HouseFound Symposium is a new conference on disability arts and access created in collaboration with our Artistic Associate Katie Walters and Radical Body.
The conference is aimed towards people working in the Performance and Visual Arts sector who can embed change in their organisations.
The interactive map for Mental Health Support is up and running, providing a live collective of mental health and wellbeing support and provision across Derbyshire and Derby City.
If you would like your service, organisation or group to be visible on the map, then please fill in the attached proforma and return completed to the address provided. Once a proforma is submitted, you will receive a quarterly prompt with the proforma attached to ensure we have the most up to date details for your map submission.