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Bakewell concert for award-winning singer Jez Lowe

Award-winning singer-songwriter Jez Lowe will be sharing his songs and guitar-playing with fans in Derbyshire.

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Recipe: Marinated oven baked chicken with roasted shallots and peppers

This recipe is perfect for a quick and simple family supper for four minutes.

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Steamchicken. Photo by Elly Lucas.

Gig guide

Friday, February 23

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Viking helmet. Photo by Pixabay.

Little Vikings invade Derbyshire museum

Children can find out what life was like for a Viking at a special event over the half-term holiday.

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Sienna Miller and Jack O'Connell in The Young Vic's production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Photo by Johan Persson.

Young Vic’s production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof screens in Derbyshire

Film star Sienna Miller and Derby-born screen heart-throb Jack O’ Connell star in The Young Vic’s production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof which will be beamed to Derbyshire venues.

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Sutton ramblers head off to Burbage Moor area for latest walk

Sutton ramblers head off to Burbage Moor area for latest walk

Sutton Rambling Club’s latest walk is to take place on Sunday, February 25, in the Porter Clough/Burbage Moor area.

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Ben Portsmouth in Taking Care of Elvis - The King is Back at the Winding Wheel, Chesterfield, on February 24.

Watch this world champion Elvis tribute artist in Derbyshire

Top award-winning Elvis tribute performer Ben Portsmouth shares the hits of the king of rock ‘n’ roll, exuding the charisma of the icon he modelled himself on.

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Gray O' Brien stars in The Case of the Frightened Lady.

Gray O’Brien’s path from Coronation Street baddie to theatre’s law enforcer

Gray O’ Brien played the villainous Tony Gordon in Coronation Street - but his latest incarnation sees him on the right side of the law.

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Film Review: Last Flag Flying is touching and impressive

Film Review: Last Flag Flying is touching and impressive

Last Flag Flying is a respectful anti-war film with charming comic sweetness, writes Natalie Stendall.

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Rocket & Salmon Putanesca. Photo by Jason Ingram.

Recipe: Rocket and Salmon Putanesca

Preparation time: 5 minutes

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Derbyshire production of West Side Story marks 60th anniversary

Derbyshire production of West Side Story marks 60th anniversary

West Side Story is 60 years old and the musical will be staged in Derbyshire to celebrate the anniversary.

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Russell Watson.

Russell Watson to perform in Derbyshire

Russell Watson, the UK’s best-selling classical crossover artist of all time, is bringing his new show Canzoni d’Amore to Derbyshire.

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Chesterfield Festival hosts heats for major awards

Chesterfield Festival hosts heats for major awards

Young dancers from around the country will be bidding for places in the finals of top competitions at a festival in north Derbyshire.

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X Factor stars get ready for live shows

X Factor finalists have been warming up for their live tour which kicks off this week.

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Dark Side of the Wall play at The Flowerpot, Derby, on Saturday, February 17.

Gig guide

Friday, February 16

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Sid Bowfin

Comedy musician mimics classical composers at Bakewell show

Mad comedy violinist Sid Bowfin heads the first of four Cabaret Boom Boom shows in Bakewell this year.

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It's Shrove Tuesday.

Nine things you might not know about Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday first started off as a religious festival in which Christians used up the last of their lard and fat in preparation for Lent when fasting happens.
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Cromford DVD

Get a free taster copy of Cromford and High Peak Railway DVDs

A retired electrical engineer has recorded the history of one of the highest rail lines ever built in Britain.

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Record Review with Kevin Bryan

Record Review with Kevin Bryan

It’s time for Kevin Bryan to review some of the new music releases.

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Film Review: Day-Lewis bows out on a real high with Phantom Thread

Film Review: Day-Lewis bows out on a real high with Phantom Thread

Phantom Thread marks the final performance of Daniel Day-Lewis and what a way to go out, writes Natalie Stendall.

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