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Where is Christmas

Where is Christmas? presented by Commotion Dance
Friday 20 - Monday 23 December | 11am & 3pm


Come and peek inside our world of boxes and help us find Christmas!

   

 
 

Alison Lloyd: The Dark Peak

31.10.19 - 23.12.19

Through a passage of movement incorporating walking and dancing Alison Lloyd has documented elements of her life since 1976.

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Paul Johnstone: The Ocean Inside Us

02.11.19 - 23.12.19

A stunning collection of work by self-taught painter Paul Johnstone who specialises in mark making with oil and canvas that are a visualise portrayal of his ideas.

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Commotion Dance: Where Is Christmas?

20.12.19 - 23.12.19

Come and peek inside our world of boxes and help us find Christmas!

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Walt Shaw

06.01.20 - 07.03.20

Walt Shaw is an artist working in South Derbyshire, whose work has been exhibited widely throughout the UK and in Europe.

Exhibition Launch: Saturday 11 January 6.30-8.00pm.

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Contemporary Technique Class

07.01.20

Come and join in a relaxed and informal contemporary technique class for dance artists!

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Jazz at CUBE: NTH Trio presented by Derby Jazz

10.01.20

Derby Jazz return to our CUBE café|bar with an eclectic line-up this Spring. First to perform, from the increasingly popular Northern Jazz scene: NTH Trio.

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Greatest Hits presented by Del Coombs

11.01.20 - 07.03.20

A reprise of Del's three-year 36-part exhibition at Déda.

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Ceilidh presented by Bang on the Wall

18.01.20

Come and dance the night away at a traditional Ceilidh, sometimes known as a barn dance or country dance!

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Mindfulness and NLP Workshop

25.01.20

Come relax, unwind and find that peace within as the mind rests and relaxes.

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Wasteland presented by Gary Clarke

04.02.20

Presented at Derby Theatre in association with Déda. Introducing Gary Clarke’s new dance theatre sequel to COAL,about the collapse of the mining community.

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