Aladdin rescheduled to 2021, replaced by socially distanced Christmas show The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid will officially launch the re-opening of Derby Theatre to the public this Christmas and audiences can rest assured that the venue will be safe for audiences attending.
The Importance of Community & Co-Creation - Interview with Derby Rises' Lead Artist Leo Kay (Part 2)
"The fact that the communities that we are engaging with in this specific process are not often afforded space to be seen and heard within contemporary urban culture, makes their engagement all the...
The Bakery of Slow Ideas - Interview with Derby Rises' Lead Artist Leo Kay (Part 1)
On Sunday 27 September, Derby Theatre will host its first event at the Theatre since March as part of the community project, Derby Rises.
Sarah Brigham gives an overview of Derby Rises
"Rather than just ‘bang out’ the same type of show to re-open the theatre, we knew we wanted to put the voices of our community front and centre..."
Derby Theatre and partners to celebrate easing of lockdown with community co-creation project, Derby Rises
Derby Rises is a radical combination of newly commissioned artistic pieces of work, community-based workshops and an evening of celebration and socially distanced entertainment at Derby Theatre.
Derby Theatre to support Wise Children & Bristol Old Vic live stream of Romantics Anonymous
In a wonderful act of industry solidarity, partner theatres across the world, including Derby Theatre, will sell tickets for different nights of a digital tour of Romantics Anonymous.
Looking Back at Look Back In Anger - DT Memory Box
For our final Memory Box show, we're heading all the way back to Spring 2016 for John Osborne's Look Back In Anger, our co-production with Octagon Theatre Bolton.
Looking Back at Abi - DT Memory Box
In this Memory Box, we back to Autumn 2018 with the Derby Theatre and Queen's Theatre Hornchurch production of Abi. Written by Atiha Sen Gupta and starring Safiyya Ingar.
Derby Theatre responds to the Government announcement of £1.57 billion arts rescue package
While we await further details of how the Government's arts rescue fund will be distributed, here's a round up of the responses to this news.