Join RIBA architects for a free ‘Minecraft’ inspired Cube Derby workshop

Thursday 29th January

RIBA architects will be coming to QUAD on Saturday 31st January to help young people design and build cube-shaped buildings in a free ‘Minecraft’ inspired workshop.

Screening in February

Wednesday 28th January

Oscar season is upon us, and we have lots of Oscar-nominated films coming up during February, including American Sniper, Birdman, Selma, Whiplash, Foxcatcher, Wild and Inherent Vice
There's also another chance to see Richard Linklater's coming-of-age drama Boyhood, which garnered six Oscar nominations including Best Picture. Boyhood screens from 13th February, tickets will go on sale soon.

See the Epic of Everest as part of our Season of Adventure

Wednesday 28th January

The Epic Of Everest screens as part of A Season of Adventure in February. Filmed in 1924 in brutally harsh conditions with a hand cranked camera, The Epic Of Everest captures images of breathtaking beauty and considerable historic significance. 

The Lost Boys present two spine-tingling live events

Monday 26th January

Prepare to be immersed, terrified and entertained with two unique location-specific live events fusing cinema and live performance in February.  
QUAD and The Lost Boys will be teaming up for two spine tingling events featuring a combination of live interactive theatre and screenings of the classic British horror movies: The Innocents and Dead of Night in association with The National Trust, Derby LIVE and supported by the British Film Institute and Film Hub NWC, a partner of the film Audience Network.

Teens Rule OK! Season - Vote for your fave teen film

Thursday 22nd January

To celebrate new documentary Beyond Clueless, we will be screening some choice teen movies in February and March.

Derby Festé 2015 is offering two commissions for locally based artists

Wednesday 21st January

Festé was established in 2007 as a partnership between some of Derby’s main cultural partners to celebrate the city and its cultural offer. Since then it has gone from strength to strength and has become an essential part of the City’s cultural offer.