#This is Derby is being led by Derby County Community Trust and their partners from Derby’s Cultural Education Partnership and Derby Sport Forum.
Artcore is a visual arts charity with a group of professional artists working within communities locally, nationally and internationally. Striving to operate as a culture hub; fuelling active engagement for a diverse range of communities in Derby.
Baby People is the UKs first Hip Hop school. Using music and the arts to provide opportunities for young people that may not be fully engaging in mainstream education. Baby People support local artists and deliver showcase events. Our offer extends to music studios, breakdance sessions and graffiti art sessions.
Deda is a creative centre for Dance, Contemporary Circus and Outdoor Performance. Producers of Derby Festé and an Arts Council England National Portfolio organisation.
Derby County Community Trust work with thousands of people across Derby City who have the odds stacked against them for a variety of reasons. We aim to use the power of Derby County Football Club to improve lives.
Derby Museums is an independent trust and organisation run for, and on behalf of, the people of Derby. Aiming to bring as many of these objects into the public domain as is practically possible and exhibit them in ways that delight and inspire. Our education and learning programmes, events and exhibitions share knowledge inspire creativity and making amongst the people of Derby. As well as schools and student learning, we run many events for adults and groups, as well as families.
Derby Theatre has a long and rich history of delivering high quality drama to audiences. Through Derby Theatre's unique partnership with University of Derby, and as an Arts Council England National Portfolio organisation. Meanwhile its community engagement programme reaches out across Derby to people of all ages and from all backgrounds in the work of the theatre.
East Midlands Caribbean Carnival Arts Network (EMCCAN) supports and celebrates carnival arts across the East Midlands. Organisers of Derby’s annual Caribbean Carnival.
QUAD is Derby’s centre for film, photography, visual art and digital media. QUAD’s mission is to make art, film and digital media accessible to all through a programme that offers a wide range of independent cinema, visual and digital exhibitions by internationally renowned artists, and year-round activities and workshops for school groups, children, young people, and families. QUAD also manages FORMAT International Photography Film Festival and Derby Film Festival.
Sinfonia Viva is an orchestra. Makers of music with people, on stage, in schools, nurseries, care homes, community centres – driven by creativity. Sinfonia love to work with partners to shape projects that meet the needs of the communities.
Derby and Derbyshire Music Partnership is the lead organisation of the Derbyshire Music Education Hub – a collaboration between key local and regional music organisations working together to create joined up, high quality music education in and out of school.
Derby Trailblazers is a community run basketball club providing opportunities for girls, boys, women and men to play, coach and officiate in the exciting game of basketball.
Ozbox is a registered charity that runs three gyms in Derby City, based at Allenton boxing Academy Spider Island, The Mandela Centre in Peartree and the Community Centre in Normanton Park. The gyms are free of charge, open nightly and teach boxing, keep fit and boxercise sessions They offer adult, female, and junior classes. All equipment is provided, all sessions are FREE and are run by fully insured safeguarded England Boxing coaches.
Derby Karate Club teaches Wado Ryu style to men, women & children of all abilities from 6 years of age.
Derby Athletic Club is Derby's premier athletic club giving coaching in all track and field events, cross country and road running from beginner to masters, all welcome from ages 7 upwards.
Aspire Wrestling is a Derby based wrestling school. Aspire Wrestling Alliance Ltd has as its primary objective to use Wrestling as a means of reaching people from across the community and engaging them in various roles in an effort to help those people to grow in confidence and to realise their own potential.