Three established businesses in Derby Cathedral Quarter are celebrating milestone anniversaries this year! A very Happy Birthday to each one of them.
Déda celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Déda was originally known as the Derby Dance Centre and the renovated Methodist Chapel they occupy was officially opened in January 1998 with their name changing in 2008.
They are funded by various arts projects such as the National Lottery and East Midlands Arts, with the organisation holding over 50 classes a week and attracting over 53,000 visitors per year.
Young Ideas celebrate 50 years in Fashion
Founded in 1968, Young Ideas has remained at the forefront of luxury fashion retail for 50 years.
The award winning store houses international collections and presents an integrated and luxury shopping experience.
To celebrate their milestone, they are collaborating with Foundation Derbyshire to support a number of charities and will be producing a range of commemorative items to purchase as well as organising exclusive fashion events.
Quad Celebrates its 10th Birthday
QUAD in Derby reaches its 10th Birthday in September and has announced a programme of activities, including films, exhibitions and events to celebrate the milestone.
The Best of 10 film season includes ten titles chosen from each year that the venue has been open. They will also revisit one of its first exhibitions, Bill Drummond’s The17: Slice through Derby, which offers a chance to see friends, family and colleagues among the 1,700 people who took part in a unique performance event.
Derby Festé will also be marking the venue’s anniversary with a film which will be projected onto the QUAD Building.