What's going on in Derbyshire this weekend?
Got any plans for the weekend?
There's still time to catch the acclaimed Driving Miss Daisy at Derby Theatre.
Saturday's matinee has sold out but there are tickets available for tomorrow's and Saturday evening.
To book tickets call the box office on 01332 593939. Prices start at £16.
On Sunday, in the Great Hall at Derby's Assembly Rooms, you can enjoy a rousing night out with a last Night of the Autumn Proms.
Uplifting classics will include Land of Hope and Glory, Dambusters March, Jerusalem, Nessun Dorma
and Rule Britannia.
Tickets, which starts at £18 for the 3pm event are available from the box office on 01332 255800.
On Saturday and Sunday Chatsworth House is hosting
a Christmas market.
From 10am to 8pm on the Saturday and from 10am to 5pm on the Sunday, 100 stalls will be selling seasonal items and produce.
Tickets: £10 car parking charge (includes entry to the markets and £5 redeemable against the price of entry to the house, garden and farmyard on these days).
If you visit Banks Mill Studios, in Bridge St, Derby, between 5pm and 8pm on Friday and between 10am and 4pm at the weekend you'll find a unique market stocking gifts created by over 50 talented, local artists. Gifts will include, fine art, jewellery, ceramics, graphic design, fashion and textiles and photography. Admission is free.
New Cuban bar and restaurant Revolucion De Cuba throws open its doors this weekend. Based at The Strand in Derby, it will officially open at 6pm on Friday (tickets-only event).
Wirksworth's shops will stay open until 8pm on Friday with a Christmas Market between 4 and 9pm. Many of the shops will be offering special discounts and there will be festive entertainments including choral singing, Santa's Grotto and fairground rides as well as a variety of Christmas foods, a hog roast, roast chestnuts, mulled wine and mince pies.
Friday night in Buxton starts with Hi-De-Hi and Calendar Girls star, Ruth Madoc switching on the town's Christmas lights in the Pavilion Gardens at 6.30, followed by the sounds of the forties as Ockbrook Big Band return to the Devonshire Dome for the second annual 1940's dance night.
If you feel like dancing this weekend but miss the dance in Buxton, don’t worry as The Empire Club in Ashbourne are holding their weekly social dance with live music from 8pm on Saturday.
Also on Saturday, Belper is hosting both a Christmas Shopping Day at the leisure centre and a giant Christmas craft fair at Strutts Community Centre. The Leisure centre event is open from 1 to 4pm and the Strutts Fayre opens at 10am. Why not pop along to both and pick up some unique, hand crafted christmas gifts.
Saturday sees the start of Bakewell's huge Christmas weekend where the whole town is transformed into a Winter Wonderland. This year's Christmas Weekend will coincide with the monthly Bakewell farmers market and offers a packed programme of live music and street entertainment as well as Santa's Grotto and a special Christmas market.
On Sunday, The Whitworth Centre, in Darley Dale will be transformed into a Winter wonderland with lots to see and do, including real reindeer, a visit from santa, carriage rides, Chrsitmas gift stalls and dance performances from a local dance school as well as a festive menu in the cafe.
Finally, Midland Railway in Butterley are running their Santa Specials this weekend with a Santa's grotto on the train and an opportunity to meet Santa during the journey, with a gift for every child while every adult receives a mince pie and a miniature bottle of spirits.