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Glossop Bookfest Open Mic will take place on the 2nd of March from 7pm – 9.30pm at Glossop Labour Club.
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The Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance is seeking a Midlands Regional Lead, based in Derbyshire
The Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance (CHWA) is seeking a Regional Lead for the Midlands.
CHWA is the national membership organisation for creative health.
Derbyshire Open Arts 2024 is well on its way
There will be 201 artists exhibiting at 61 venues over the late Spring Bank Holiday weekend - 25th to 27th May.
Please pay Derbyshire Open Arts website a visit, where you can check out each artist's page and see lots of images and information about their work; there are also links to artists' websites, shops and social media and full addresses and directions for each venue.
Show tour celebrates South African music icon and activist, Miriam Makeba, in 30th anniversary year of Apartheid’s Demise
In the year which marks 30 years since the official end of South African apartheid, when Nelson Mandela was elected as the country’s first Black President, Zimbabwean-born singer, musician and storyteller, Anna Mudeka, presents her UK tour of Mama Afrika: Hope, Determination and Song.
Watch This Week at The Northern Light Cinema
Watch This Week at the northern Light Cinema, NLC Film list.
FINISHING DERBY SEASON OF LIGHT 2023 ON A HIGH!
2024 is underway and at Surtal, they're feeling full of excitement and creativity for the year ahead. Looking back, they are so proud of bringing another Season of Light (DSOL) 2023 to a successful close, with so many people coming together as artists, participants and audience throughout Derby and Derbyshire. It was once again a true celebration of dazzling diversity.
Join the people’s express to celebrate a decade of creativity and diversity at the SNUG exhibition launch!
As we recognise Autism Awareness Month, the SNUG Exhibition showcases the extraordinary talents and perspectives of this inspiring group, breaking barriers and challenging perceptions along the way. The exhibition explores the artists' identities through art, resulting in work that embodies comfort and security and is crafted with genuine passion.
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