Graduating Students honoured with Seat Plaque at Déda


Students who have recently graduated from the University of Derby BA Hons Dance degree have been honoured with a seat plaque at the venue’s theatre which is based at Déda on Chapel Street in Derby Cathedral Quarter.

The Dance degree was launched by the University and Déda in September 2014 and is the only one in the country to be based at a dance house with access to work experience at this and other arts partners’ venues.

The students performed their final choreography piece at Déda and were then invited to unveil the plaque which was the latest in a fundraising initiative by the venue.

Déda is a charity and as such relies on grants and public donations to continue its valuable work. Plaques cost £150 and every penny is invested back into Déda work which benefits local schools and community groups.


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