An update from Derby Theatre - supporting audiences, artists, students and the community
The arts play a huge part in keeping people connected, engaged, entertained and inspired. Derby Theatre has been busy making sure we are offering all we can to help make these times easier for all. Read our round up of highlights of what’s happened so far...
BSL Volunteer Call Out for Treasure Island
Are you learning (or have learnt) BSL Level 3*, and have a passion for theatre?
Derby Theatre to host symposium for early career performance designers, practitioners and students
Regional Stages Symposium A one-day event for professional performance design associations, designers, venue partners, practitioners, students and design educators
In Good Company announces the latest round of supported artists, including their £10,000 commission
In Good Company, the Midlands’ flagship professional, creative and business development programme for theatre makers, led by Derby Theatre, announces the latest round of supported artists, including...
World premiere stage adaptation of Alex Wheatle’s award-winning novel comes to Derby Theatre this March
Following their critically acclaimed adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s Noughts & Crosses in 2019, Derby Theatre and Pilot Theatre present the world premiere stage adaptation of Alex Wheatle's...
Reimagine Young Creatives Launch Weekend
Following on from #THISISDERBY we have another exciting opportunity for young people from across Derby to be part of the Reimagine Project.
The Croft - Director's Introduction by Philip Franks
Director Philip Franks introduces the story and themes of The Croft, a brand new play by Ali Milles and starring Gwen Taylor - showing at Derby Theatre from Monday 27 January - Saturday 1
WASTELAND: Meet the Pit Men
Less than a month until the Gary Clarke Company's WASTELAND is here. Back in November, we did a call-out for four singers to join the cast in the roles of 'Pit Men'. Find out more about the chosen...
Q&A: Rona Munro on Mary Shelley and her new adaptation of Frankenstein
Writer Rona Munroe discusses her new adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic Gothic novel.