Find out what's on across Derby and Derbyshire including music, film, comedy and theatre.
With ever-more sophisticated and powerful techniques at their disposal, forensic scientists have an unprecedented ability to help solve even the most complex cases.
75 years ago, on 6 June 1944, the greatest seaborne invasion in history took place. D-Day saw an epic battle involving 156,000 men, 7,000 ships and 20,000 armoured vehicles.
Rory Stewart OBE is a British politician, documentary-maker and writer.
This year’s Derby Book Festival Family Day has an exciting Dragon theme to celebrate author Cressida Cowell’s wonderful book series, How To Train Your Dragon.
Roll up … roll up! Come and help us celebrate the Festival’s closing night which explores cultural historian, Pascal Jacob’s beautiful book, The Circus, and Circus as an art form.
A rare chance to look around this beautiful location with entertainment, stalls, music and a selection of food and drink available including ice cream and home made cream teas.
A fantastic line up of some of the best tribute act and cover bands in the U.K.
Be one of the first to see behind-the-scenes at the Silk Mill as this magnificent Derby landmark transforms into the new Museum of Making.
The National Charity Action Deafness invites you to attend their Open Day on Saturday 13th (11.00 am – 2.00 pm) at the Royal School for the Deaf Derby.
Join us for an evening of highly personal, in-depth conversation with Simon Thomas, as he talks about his new book Love, Interrupted.