Derby College will be part of a Guinness World Record attempt for the largest number of people simultaneously learning to code an Android app. The event is being run by BCSWomen, part of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. The record attempt will be held on Saturday 13 June 2015 in a number of locations across the UK.
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Funny Wonders invites children of all ages to join their summer puppet making workshop at The Green Man Gallery
Saturdays, 10.45am - 12.30pm
13th June, 27th June, 18th July, 1st August, 22nd August
For all ages. Under 12s must be accompanied by an adult.
£6 per workshop or £25 for all five. Spaces restricted, booking advisable.
For more information please contact us.
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From the Mill Theatre Company are bringing their four star show to the 2015 Buxton Fringe.
Buxton United Reformed Church: 12th , 18th & 19th July 2pm,
14th , 15th & 21st July 8pm
This innovative play invites the audience to witness a live televised interview of famous author, Nathan Valentine. Nathan is finally forced to face serious allegations, fighting not only the journalist, but also his fragile sanity.
Setting this year’s New Mills Festival off with an enormous bang, and following on from last year’s hugely successful fundraiser, this year sees the colourful, dynamic and unique Toyah Wilcox and her band take to the stage at New Mills Art Theatre on Saturday 12 Sept 2015. Toyah will be belting out all her old hits including the iconic hit singles - It's A Mystery, I Want To Be Free and Thunder In The Mountains, as well as newer material, in her famous high-energy style.
Today First Art has released details of a new commission for artists.
As part of the commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the plague, the people of Eyam Church are creating a permanent new pilgrimage route for walkers through the Peak District National Park – the 35 mile Peak Pilgrimage route from Ilam to Eyam - to be opened up in July 2015. This initiative is being supported by the Diocese of Derby and the Peak District National Park.
Saturday 18th July @ 7.30pm in the Church.
New Perspectives presents a world premiere of Here We Stay by David Rudkin
Described by The Observer as 'Britain's greatest living dramatic poet', visionary writer David Rudkin gives the Plague a central voice as narrator in a dramatic new telling of events at Eyam 350 years ago.
The region's leading touring theatre company New Perspectives presents a staged reading of this moving and haunting new play, featuring live music and a cast to be announced.
A True Story of Sacrifice and Heroism
Book by Sarah Nelson, Music by James Atherton
Friday 25th and Saturday 26th September in Eyam Church
Join us at 2.30pm at Eyam Church, moving to the Delph for 3.00pm
The Bishop will be at the Plague service in August.
16th‐20th June 2015 7pm
The Roses of Eyam Promenade Play uses the real life location to tell the story of the village that lost a third of its population to the plague.
The play begins with the fateful arrival in Eyam of a horse and trap laden with “nowt but the latest fashions” but in fact infested with fleas carrying the deadly plague and charts 13 months of isolation, self sacrifice and heartbreak among the villagers.