Sunday 3rd July 2:30pm
Afternoon Tea Concert with The Kell Wind Trio
News from producers around Derbyshire
Sunday 3rd July 2:30pm
Horticulture students at Derby College Group (DCG) have won a bronze medal for their show garden entry at this year’s Gardeners World Live show at the NEC.
The mature part-time students’ design and build was entered into the professional category this year – competing against high budget gardens created by landscape companies.
In collaboration with upcoming writer Isaac Saward, Haywire Theatre is touring across the UK with their new, original production, Nyctophilia, providing a unique experience to audiences.
The show, which is the first on the fringe scene to tackle theatre-in-the-dark for an entire performance, invites audiences for an entirely new kind of theatre experience.The Buxton run opens at Underground at The Old Clubhouse, Buxton and will be playing on Thurs 7th July at 2:30pm, Fri 8th July at 1pm and Sat 10th July 10pm.
Multi-award winning comedian Nathan Cassidy and 6-time nominee for Best Solo Comedy Show at the Buxton Fringe returns with new show
In Hot Tub God, Nathan tries to find something uplifting in this cruel world of war and lying leaders, as he works out what the hell to say in a speech for his best friend’s third wedding. The answers to everything all start with a miracle in a hot tub!
‘Still the best in the game...Immaculate is the word for the show’ WINNER BEST STANDUP Brighton Fringe 2022 Seagull.News
'Three Choir Appeal' - Carlton, Sandiacre and Pye Hill & District Male Voice Choirs - St. Paul's Church, Daybrook, Nottingham - Saturday 30 July 2022 7:30 p.m.
‘Three Choir Appeal’
Carlton, Sandiacre and Pye Hill & District Male Voice Choirs
Concert in aid of the Air Ambulance
Saturday 30th July 2022 7:30 p.m.
St. Paul’s Church, Mansfield Road, Daybrook, Nottingham, NG5 6BH
Buxton Fringe committee members met outside Buxton Opera House to plant up the first of this year’s orange Fringe “hot spots” recently. Buxton Fringe has been encouraging more orange-themed floral displays around the town in the run up to the event, which runs from July 6-24 and features 170 entrants in categories including theatre, comedy, music and more.
Employees from a Derbyshire company swapped the lab for the scythe and pickaxe when they spent the day outdoors working to reveal an historic canal unused since the 1930s, situated next to one of Derbyshire’s prettiest old cottages.
A giant painting depicting the devastating effect that flooding has had on the Matlock area and its residents has earned a Derby College Group (DCG) Art & Design student a £400 bursary from Arts Society Derby.
CVAN EM is Looking for New Steering Group Members:
Popular poet and BBC broadcaster Ian McMillan has chosen Repton Literary Festival as the only venue outside
his beloved Yorkshire to launch his latest literary venture this summer.
Ian has cut back on live performance in recent months to focus on his writing and broadcasting work.
But the pull of the Repton Literary and Film Festival in July proved just too tempting. He will open the three day Repton