Digital Workshops & Sessions
Keep up to date with, sign up to and take part in the latest workshops being offered online through our Learning Team, our artist development programme In Good Company, The Big House, partner venues, touring companies we work with and more.
Free Open Conversations with Derby Theatre
Stay tuned for more open conversations being announced soon. These will discuss different topics and involve all our audience and community groups in turn.
For Artists - In Good Company and The Big House Workshop series
The Big House
Friday 11 September, 11am - 12:30pm
More workshops being announced soon!
Find out how else In Good Company are offering support to artists, including their 'Off the Record' chats, by visiting their COVID-19 response page.
Stay up-to-date with IGC's fortnightly e-newsletter containing the latest support, workshops and opportunities.
For Young People - Futures Unlocked
Would you like to work in the arts but aren’t sure what skills you might need or how to get there? Introducing Futures Unlocked - a digital programme that will help ages 15-25 explore their career potential during lockdown. BSL interpretation will be available.
Making Protest Personal - Using Dialogue in Spoken Word & Scriptwriting by Simon Marshall
For Families - Drama Exercises and Games
Derby Theatre's Learning Team will be providing weekly videos talking through drama games and excercises, used in our youth theatre groups, for you to try at home.
How To Make A Newspaper Puppet
Our Cultural Campus partners are reguarly posting activities to try, blogs to read and film recommendation lists - keep an eye on their news page and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
Watch these video tutorials from Baby People to learn rap skills!
Déda - Artist Surgeries and Online Exhibitions
Our Cultural Campus partners are offering 1-2-1 surgeries up until Friday 24 April with Creative Producer, Phil Hargreaves, to help artists and producers navigate the current climate. Find out more and sign up for a 45-minute chat
National Dance Company Wales were set to bring KiN: Dance That Connects Us to Derby Theatre in May. Their tour was set to help tell the stories of communities and to bring friends, families, groups and tribes together.
KIN Connected does just that in a digital space. It consists of 4 groups: Watch Together, Dance Together, Create Together and Learn Together, with content for Adults, Children and Professional dancers alike. Watch or take part on YouTube
Check back for more coming soon!