Join us at Derby Rugby Club, set amidst the beautiful historic village of Darley Abbey, for an unforgettable evening of outdoor cinema!
Darley Abbey village contains the most complete 18th century mill complex in the world, built by the Evans family. The mill complex has been sympathetically restored and now houses several businesses, including a spectacular wedding venue.
Why not arrive early and wander through the tranquil village, and the picturesque Darley Park along the river Derwent, exploring the weirs and remains of our historic industrial heritage?
Cinema in the Valley has been made possible thanks to funding received through the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Great Place Scheme from National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England.
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- £8.00 Mango customer (under 12s)
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Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site
The only UNESCO World Heritage Site in the East Midlands, the Derwent Valley Mills snakes 15 miles from Matlock Bath and Cromford in the north, through Belper, Milford and Darley Abbey into the City of Derby. Following the course of the mighty River Derwent, which once powered the world’s first ‘modern’ factories, it offers fascinating insights into life at the time of the Industrial Revolution.
Darley Abbey village contains the most complete 18th century mill complex in the world, built by the Evans family. The mill complex has been sympathetically restored and now houses several businesses, including a spectacular wedding venue. Wander through the tranquil streets of former millworkers’ houses. However, please be respectful to the people who live there.