Event Descriptions 2017

Full information about our events. If you're interested in a particular category simply click on the colour coded links below.

Many more events will come on stream before we reach the closing date for entries on Sunday 16th April. Please check back often.

Ticket information can be found on each event listing. Opera House Sales denotes advanced bookings can be made from the Opera House Box Office 01298 72190 (or online) from early June. Our Tickets page has general advice about ticketing at the Fringe.

Events marked Family Friendly have been suggested by the entrant as generally suitable for family viewing. NB Events in the For Families category tend to be specifically aimed at young people.

Please note that details of performances, including times and dates, may be subject to Late Changes. Numbers in brackets refer to venue numbers (see map)

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 Comedy

Award winning actress Eleanor Burke entices men of mischief into the Loveshed. Credit Maria Smith

THE CARROT NAPPERS by Keith Large - Carrot Napper Productions Opera House Sales
Oh the lure of the love-shed as out-of-work nightclub bouncer Vinnie Hollis attempts to recover a 17-foot prize carrot. Recently published in print to raise funds for the Stroke Association, this allotment aphrodisiac brings guaranteed laughs and love among the onions. (New Writing)
Lee Wood Hotel (91) Google Map 9 Jul 1pm to 2pm, 5:30pm to 6:30pm £5 (Conc £3), Adult themes
Bookings via Opera House or keith.large2@btinternet.com Comments

HOW NOT TO KILL YOURSELF WHEN LIVING IN THE SUBURBS - Adam Vincent
Australian stand-up Adam Vincent writes for Channel 4’s The Last Leg, was a semi-finalist in NBC’s Last Comic Standing and ‘is undeniably one of the more talented comedians I have seen at the Fringe’. Broadway Baby. **** Chortle. ‘You will feel the laughs the day after.’ The Bullman blog (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) Google Map 16 Jul 6:30pm to 7:30pm £7 (Conc £5), Adult themes, occasional strong language, Ages 16+
Bookings via in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

HOW TO GET TO FIFTY WITHOUT PAYING ATTENTION - TMT
Nick has reached fifty and realised that he hasn't been paying attention. Is this why he has reached fifty or is it a fluke? A meandering exploration of life, love, and the tightrope between success and disaster. (New Writing)
United Reformed Church – Blue Room (55c) Google Map 8, 11 & 15, 16 Jul 8pm to 8:45pm £6 (Child and Conc £5)
Bookings via 07403657231 Comments

LAZARUS - Luke Martin Opera House Sales
Luke was told he'd re-evaluate his life after nearly dying. Dissatisfied with the result, he's taken to the road to find some meaning in his near-fatal illness, whilst discussing Little Mix, drinking, not drinking and more. (New Writing)
Burbage Institute, Nursery Lane, Buxton SK17 6UL (53) Google Map 15 Jul 6:30pm to 8pm £4, Strong language, adult themes, Ages 18+
Bookings via Opera House or lukeattruro@hotmail.com Comments

LOVEHARD: MURDERED BY MURDER - LoveHard
1934. Devon. Six old friends. Exposition: a small get-together at the household of Lord and Lady Titan, Drenchblood Heights. A murder mystery party. It promises to be the night of their lives. Live score by Nick Charlesworth. Best Show finalists – Barry Awards. Free Theatre Award 2016 winners – GW&SM, Brighton Fringe. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) Google Map 8 Jul 6pm to 7pm £6 (Conc £5), Strong language, Ages 16+
Bookings via in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

RICHARD PULSFORD: PHRASES READY - Mirth of Forth Comedy
Stand up/wordplay from the 2014-17 UK Pun Championships finalist. 'Richard’s experience shone through as he delivered a series of solid, top quality puns.' Gigglebeats. 'Delivered a number of puns I wish I had thought of myself.' Gary Delaney. ‘Ruthlessly economic nuggets'. Guardian. 'Strong material'. Chortle. Interact via #PhrasesReady. (New Writing)
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 9 & 12 Jul 9pm to 10pm £6, Ages 16+
Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com Comments

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 Dance

Scenes from Buxton Day of Dance 2016

BUXTON DAY OF DANCE - Chapel-en-le-Frith Morris Men Family Friendly
A feast of traditional dancing from around the country. The streets of Buxton will be filled with the music, colour, passion, energy and humour that the Morris brings. Over 150 dancers and musicians from 16 different Morris sides hosted by Chapel-en-le-Frith Morris Men.
Around the Town (47) 15 Jul 10:30am to 4:30pm Free Comments

dotdotdot dance

LOS NACIMIENTOS - dotdotdot dance
An exciting new collaboration between composer Tom Randle and the electrifying, Buxton Fringe Award winners dotdotdot dance company in a celebration of the work of the Nobel prize-winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. This new song cycle features the acclaimed soprano Gillian Keith, and pianist John Reid. Part of the Buxton Festival. (New Writing)
Arts Centre – Auditorium (74b) Google Map 15 & 22 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £15
Tickets on the door. Comments

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 For Families

THE BOY WHO GREW WINGS - Whispering Woods Family Friendly
An enchanting piece of circus theatre, watch aerial acrobats soar through the woods and be immersed in this unique experience as the story unfolds. Suitable for all ages. (New Writing)
Poole's Cavern (34a) Google Map 8 Jul 6pm to 7:30pm, 8pm to 9:30pm £12 (Child £6, Conc £8), Ages 4+
Bookings via www.whisperingwoods.org.uk (Under 4s - free). Comments

DR FERRET'S BAD MEDICINE ROADSHOW - Opera North Youth Company Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Beware Dr Ferret and his gang! The doctor and his singers are out to find out just how mischievous today’s children really are. Inspired by Hilaire Belloc’s classic Cautionary Tales, Dr Ferret tells the stories of Matilda, Henry King and George...
Arts Centre – Auditorium (74b) Google Map 16 Jul 5pm to 6pm £8 (Child and Conc £6), Ages 8+
Bookings via Opera House Comments

AN EVENING OF CLOSE-UP & STAGE MAGIC - High Peak Magic Society Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Your table will be the stage for the amazing, family-friendly, close-up magic of the High Peak Magic Society members. Cards, coins, rings, ropes all feature in the magic, and hold on to your watches as these guys move from table to table performing mystifying, sleight of hand miracles.
The Palace Hotel – High Peak Room (32a) Google Map 19, 20 Jul 7:30pm to 10:30pm £12.50, Ages 8+
Bookings via Opera House Comments

GRANDAD MAX'S SHED - Sweet Cheek productions LTD Family Friendly
Join Grandad Max in this fun, action-packed show. With lots of singing, dancing and activities, this is a show that children will not want to end. (New Writing)
Buxton Library (05) Google Map 15 Jul 10:50am to 11:35am, noon to 12:45pm £5, Ages 18 months - 4 years
Bookings via mjchappell@btinternet.com Comments

PRINCESS IDA - PBTheatricals Youth Theatre Family Friendly
The first act of Gilbert and Sullivan's comic operetta, Princess Ida, performed by a group of talented young local performers aged between 18 and 30.
Pavilion Gardens (33) Google Map 21 Jul 5:30pm to 6:30pm. Green Man Gallery (86) Google Map 21 Jul 8pm to 9pm £7 (Child £5, Conc £6), Ages All
Bookings via in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments(1)

STICKY ENDS - Brave Bold Drama Family Friendly
Don't do this! Don't do that! Don't suck your thumb or tease the cat! If you do, my little friend, 'You'll come to a Sticky End!' Brand new cautionary tales told with puppets and song. Winners: Best Children's Show award, Shaftesbury Fringe 2016. Bristol Life Awards Arts & Education Finalists 2017. (New Writing)
Scrivener's Bookshop (11) Google Map 15 Jul 11am to 11:30am, noon to 12:30pm, 2pm to 2:30pm, 3pm to 3:30pm, 4pm to 4:30pm £4 (Child £3), Ages 3+
Bookings via bravebolddrama@gmail.com Comments

a small lobster might wriggle across the grass

TINY! BEASTS, BIRDS AND BUTTERFLIES - Stone and Water Family Friendly
Join our artists and make your own menagerie of tiny creatures, from mini-mammoths to palm crocodiles and hand rabbits. We provide the materials, you bring the smiles and wild ideas. Tiny! activities are always fun and are back for their sixth year of liveliness!
Pavilion Gardens – Old Bowling Green (33e) Google Map 16 Jul 11am to 1pm, 2pm to 4pm Free, Ages 2+ Comments

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 Music

Busking in front of the Opera House

ACAPPELLA AND CAKE - Ordsall Acappella Singers Family Friendly
We are delighted to be coming to Buxton again for a seventh year. Do come and join us for an hour of our close harmony singing. We offer a varied repertoire, a lot of friendliness and warmth and as usual - homemade cake. We love singing.
United Reformed Church – Purple Room: Church (55a) Google Map 15 Jul 11am to 1pm. St Mary's Church (41) Google Map 15 Jul 3pm to 5pm £5 (Child and Conc £3)
Bookings via 07778 866661 Comments

AMORE! - City of Manchester Opera Opera House Sales Family Friendly
An evening concert highlighting beautiful music associated with all things Amore! Music ranging from Verdi to Bernstein including Aida, Candide, La Traviata, Les Misérables and many, many more - just sit back and enjoy!
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 15 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £10 (Child £8, Conc £9), Ages 5+
Bookings via Opera House Comments

ANGELS OF THE NORTH - Enkelit Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Angels of the North, Enkelit, are extraordinary singers of extraordinary Finnish music. Their songs are contemporary, but steeped in traditional folk music and folklore. Heartfelt laments are interspersed with ancient stories, spells and incantations and wry humour. Let them transport you to the beauty of the Scandinavian landscape. www.enkelit.org.uk
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 13 Jul 8pm to 9pm, 14 Jul 4pm to 5pm, 15 Jul 12:30pm to 1:30pm, 16 Jul 2pm to 3pm £5 (Child Free, Conc £3.50)
Bookings via Opera House Comments

Annette Gregory - Ella - Celebrating 100 Years

ANNETTE GREGORY - ELLA CELEBRATING 100 YEARS - Annette Gregory Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Jazz vocalist Annette Gregory will be celebrating jazz icon Ella Fitzgerald. Annette will be covering some of Ella's best known songs with reference to the song books. This will be a lovely evening celebrating jazz music.
Green Man Gallery (86) Google Map 7 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £9 (Child and Conc £7.50)
Bookings via Opera House or in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

BAKED A LA SKA & LAZLO BABY - Music Events UK Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Following a hugely successful and fantastic refugee benefit gig in New Mills in February, here is a chance for Buxton audiences to dance and listen to these bands. Supporting the Hummingbird Project in Buxton. (New Writing)
The Palace Hotel – High Peak Room (32a) Google Map 22 Jul 7:30pm to 11:30pm £15 (Child and Conc £13), Ages Suitable for older children if
Bookings via Opera House or rebecca.harman72@hotmail.com Comments

BAROQUE AT LUNCHTIME - Partita Family Friendly
This year award-winning ensemble Partita presents two lunchtime concerts. Each will have Partita's usual variety of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music played on lutes, renaissance and baroque guitars, vihuela, harp, harpsichord, recorders, viols and with the two wonderful voices of Sasha Johnson Manning and Holly Marland.
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 12 & 20 Jul 1pm to 2:20pm £10 (Child and Conc £8)
Tickets on the door. Comments

Full on Blues Rock

BIG ROCKING BLUES NIGHT - Herding Catz Opera House Sales
A lively night of entertainment not to be missed. Nominees at the Fringe Awards for the last two years, Herding Catz offers a mix of classic blues and other material in an original format creating an atmosphere of engaging energy. herdingcatzbluesband.com (New Writing)
The Palace Hotel – Chatsworth Room (32d) Google Map 8 & 15 Jul 9pm to 11pm £10 (Child and Conc £8), Ages 12+
Bookings via Opera House Comments

BUXTON TAP HOUSE LIVE SESSIONS - Buxton Tap House
Seven nights of live music from the best bands and performers in the region. 6th - Sling; 7th - Octofunk; 12th - Bryn's Open Mic Night; 13th - Honeyfeet Trio; 14th - Liam Mclair; 20th - Tom Blackwell; 21st - Andchuck. Jazz, blues, folk, funk and every combination thereof!
The Buxton Tap House (23) Google Map 6, 7, 12-14 & 20, 21 Jul 9:30pm to 11:30pm Free
Further information: sam@buxtontaphouse.co.uk or 01298 214085 Comments

CLOSE HARMONY CLASSICS - Close Enough - Barbershop Singers Family Friendly
Four former Oxford choral scholars form a fearsome foursome, singing fun, four-part harmonies including Coney Island Baby and Hello Dolly. They're feisty; they're flamboyant; they sing close harmony and they’re Close Enough!
Scrivener's Bookshop (11) Google Map 8 Jul 5pm to 6pm. Green Man Gallery (86) Google Map 8 Jul 8pm to 9pm £5, Ages 3+
Bookings via in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

CLOSE HARMONY CLASSICS AT THE CHESHIRE CHEESE - Close Enough - Barbershop Singers
Four former Oxford choral scholars form a fearsome foursome, singing fun four-part harmonies including My Evaline and Loch Lomond. They're feisty; they're flamboyant; they sing close harmony and they’re Close Enough!
The Cheshire Cheese (93) Google Map 7 Jul 9pm to 10:30pm Free
Further information: closeenoughbarbershop@gmail.com Comments

DALE STORR SMOKIN' HOT NEW ORLEANS BLUES AND BOOGIE - Dale Storr Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Dale won Buxton Fringe Solo Musician 2015. He has been continuously touring the UK and Europe winning over a legion of fans overwhelmed by his mastery of New Orleans piano and vocals. His performances appeal to New Orleans, jazz, blues, classical, boogie and stride aficionados alike. Check Dale's website: www.dalestorr.com
Hydro Restaurant and Bar (22) Google Map 8 Jul 8pm to 10:30pm £10 (Child Free, Conc £5)
Bookings via Opera House Comments

At the Royal Albert Hall

AN EVENING WITH AFRICA'S LADY OF SONG - Margaret Ferguson, acc. by Jonathan Ellis Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Enjoy another evening of opera, oratorio, lieder, plus songs from shows and musicals. Presented with the usual humour, surprises, warmth and feeling. Enjoy the outstanding voice of Margaret Ferguson, 'The Voice with a Personality'. Check her website at www.AfricanSoprano.com
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 14 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £10 (Child Free, Conc £8)
Bookings via Opera House or david_bedford@wcg.org.uk or 07757 783277 Comments

AN EVENING WITH THE SOVEREIGN SAXOPHONE OCTET - The Sovereign Saxophone Octet Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Once again this innovative and versatile award-winning saxophone ensemble is returning to Buxton. Performing an exciting programme of music from the Renaissance to the present day. Broadening most people's preconceived ideas of saxophone music and demonstrating the individual qualities of the different members of the saxophone family. (New Writing)
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 12 Jul 8pm to 10pm £8 (Child and Conc £6)
Bookings via Opera House or m.dale@tiscali.co.uk Comments

FATHERS OF THE BAROQUE - The Eisenach Ensemble Opera House Sales Family Friendly
The Eisenach Ensemble performs vocal duets and solos by Monteverdi, Handel, Bach and Telemann including Zefiro Torno, Sheep May Safely Graze and Handel's Italian duets. Cate McKee is joined by soprano Angela Hicks, who also sings with The Monteverdi Choir, Ex Cathedra and Joglaresa, and has performed with Dame Emma Kirkby.
Eyam Parish Church (97) Google Map 16 Jul 3pm to 5pm £10 (Child Free, Conc £8), Ages 8+
Bookings via Opera House or sue@pierssnell.force9.co.uk or 07938 916976 Comments

Les Deux Amies: Marianne Kelly and Heather Sargeson

FOLKLORE, FAIRY TALES AND FANTASTIC BEASTS - Les Deux Amies Opera House Sales Family Friendly
A recital of phantasmagorical piano duos by Russian and French composers including Ravel's Mother Goose, Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals and the Finale of Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade. Previous Fringe review: '.. how wonderful to hear this music making its way through the building... The audience left reluctantly - delighted and happy.'
United Reformed Church – Green Room: Hall (55b) Google Map 22 Jul 5:30pm to 6:30pm £9 (Child £5, Conc £7)
Bookings via Opera House or mariannejkelly@gmail.com Comments

THE LAST WORD IN CELTIC GYPSY KLEZMER: A FESTIVAL/FRINGE SHOWCASE - Dodo Street Band Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Diabolical fiddle virtuosity from international star Adam Summerhayes, outrageous brilliance from world number one recorder genius Piers Adams, horrifyingly high-ABV insanity from accordion master Murray Grainger, positively evil power from bass legend Malcolm Creese and dazzling bodhran playing from multi award-winning king of folk percussion, Cormac Byrne. 
Arts Centre – Auditorium (74b) Google Map 11 Jul 1:30pm to 2:30pm £10 (Child £8)
Bookings via Opera House Comments

Zingarella

LEONARDO LEO'S ONE-ACT OPERA LA ZINGARELLA - Ellery Enterprises Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Composed hundreds of years ago by a Neapolitan, La Zingarella has only just been discovered and adapted for modern audiences with Italian singing and English dialogues. The first half features a mini concert: Bach Air on the G String, Pachelbel Canon and Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. (New Writing)
St Mary's Church (41) Google Map 14 Jul 7:30pm to 9:15pm £10 (Child £5, Conc £8), Ages 5+
Bookings via Opera House or stephenelleryconductor.co.uk/ Comments

LOCAL MUSICIANS' SHOWCASE CONCERT - Club Acoustic Family Friendly
Once again Club Acoustic is proud to present a feast of outstanding local musical talent in a showcase of acts from the wide and varied range of our regular performers. A Fringe regular and past winner of the Spirit of the Fringe award. Free entry, no tickets. Come along!
Underground at The Old Clubhouse (21) Google Map 19 Jul 8pm to 11pm Free Comments

LOVE, NATURE & SHAKESPEARE - Sue Morgan & Espérance (Clare Devine/Stewart McCoy Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Sue, Clare and Stewart perform an eclectic mix of lute songs and other soprano arias from Renaissance to Romantics and beyond, most songs inspired by words from the Bard. A festival of musical styles including Dowland, Johnson, Schubert, Mozart and Gurney. What a delightful way to spend an hour!
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 16 Jul 5pm to 6pm £6 (Child and Conc £4)
Bookings via Opera House or 07713 264928 Comments

MIXED CHAMBER DELIGHTS - Cheshire Chamber Collective
Last year's Large Ensemble Fringe award winners returns with more chamber music for mixed strings and winds, featuring Schubert's mighty octet and other works. Experienced chamber musicians from Cheshire Sinfonia and Quodlibet Winds entertain.
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 11 Jul 8pm to 10pm £8 (Child Free, Conc £5)
Bookings via 07525 765142 Comments

A MOOD ECLECTIC - Basin Street Jazz and Blues Opera House Sales
Return to the Fringe of the popular, acclaimed quintet exploring a wide range of contemporary blues covers, jazz standards and original numbers. 'A great evening to remember'. Vocals, saxophone, piano, guitar and double bass.
The Palace Hotel – High Peak Room (32a) Google Map 9 & 16 Jul 8pm to 10:30pm £10 (Child and Conc £8)
Bookings via Opera House or brian.lightowler@tesco.net Comments

MUSIC FROM THE PEAKS - Peak District Music Centres
Concert featuring the award-winning Peak District String Orchestra and the Peak District Wind Band celebrating the achievements of our talented young musicians. Enjoy music of an incredibly high standard and help support your local music centres. Previous reviews: 'Assured, convincing and gripping... Outstanding... such maturity and depth of feeling.'
St John's Church (40) Google Map 7 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £8 (Child Free, Conc £6)
Tickets on the door. Comments

Mart Rodger

NEW ORLEANS INSPIRED JAZZ - Mart Rodger Manchester Jazz Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Clarinettist Mart Rodger visited New Orleans years ago and his life and music have never been the same again. His band may be veterans but there is plenty of fire and passion in their music. These performances will be richly enjoyable and entertaining.
Conservative Club (79) Google Map 7, 14 & 21 Jul 8pm to 10:30pm £8 (Child Free), Ages 10+
Bookings via Opera House or jazzmart@manchesterjazz.co.uk Comments

ORCHESTRAL CONCERT - High Peak Orchestra Opera House Sales
An exciting programme including: Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel Overture; Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No.1 with soloist Iona McDonald, currently studying at the Royal Academy of Music, London; Franck's Symphony in D Minor. Conducted by David Chatwin. Proceeds from this concert will support The Samaritans.
St John's Church (40) Google Map 8 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £10 (Child Free, Conc £8)
Bookings via Opera House or Rosemary - 07930 975807 Comments

PAIRINGS - Drowsy Sleepers Opera House Sales
Traditional and contemporary folk songs.
Green Man Gallery (86) Google Map 14 Jul 8:30pm to 9:30pm £5 (Child Free)
Bookings via Opera House or in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

PIANO RECITAL: A FESTIVAL/FRINGE SHOWCASE - Dinara Klinton Opera House Sales
Ukrainian-born pianist Dinara Klinton has been described as 'a real virtuoso, a very natural player'. A prize-winner in many international competitions, she will be playing Beethoven's Sonata No 28 and Liszt’s Transcendental Études 1-4, 9 and 10, which she recorded for her second CD - given ***** by BBC Music Magazine.
Arts Centre – Auditorium (74b) Google Map 19 Jul 1:30pm to 2:30pm £10 (Child £8)
Bookings via Opera House Comments

(c) Tom Maine

THE REUNION PROJECT - Lizzie Ball & The James Pearson Trio
Violinist and vocalist Lizzie Ball returns to Buxton with long-time collaborator, Ronnie Scott’s artistic director and jazz pianist James Pearson and his acclaimed trio, with a concert paying tribute to the 1973 album The Reunion by Stephane Grappelli and George Shearing. This performance is also part of the Buxton Festival programme.
Arts Centre – Auditorium (74b) Google Map 14 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £20
Tickets on the door. Comments

RICHARD NAVARRO: FIREWATCHING - Richard Navarro Opera House Sales Family Friendly
In a very special collaboration for the Fringe, Folktronica artist Richard Navarro meets the uplifting sounds of a 40-piece choir of local voices. Spellbinding stories from the songwriter's home county of Kent are brought to life through infectious rhythms, multi-instrumental wizardry, soaring vocals and double bass. (New Writing)
Trinity Church (45) Google Map 8 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £10 (Child and Conc £6)
Bookings via Opera House or www.wegottickets.com/event/389736 Comments

RUMINATIONS - GUITAR RECITAL - Richard Haslam Opera House Sales
An intimate recital of contemporary guitar music featuring works by modern British composers and Cuban guitarist/composer Leo Brouwer. Julian Andreson's Catalan Peasant with Guitar, Peter Maxwell-Davies' Lullaby for Ilian Rainbow, Leo Brouwer's La espiral eterna (the eternal spiral) and Sonata.
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) Google Map 15 Jul 6:30pm to 7:30pm £7 (Child £4, Conc £5)
Bookings via Opera House or richardhaslam.guitar@gmail.com or bookings in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE - Voci Opera House Sales
A concert of varied music from opera to popular, presented with humour and fun by a quartet of classically trained singers.
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) Google Map 21 Jul 7:30pm to 10pm £10 (Child and Conc £8), Ages 5+
Bookings via Opera House Comments

(c) Shawn Pearce

SONGS OF FOOD AND AGONY - The Jay Rayner Quartet
The renowned restaurant critic, MasterChef judge and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet has one other skill. He’s also a jazz pianist. Now Jay brings an ensemble of top-flight musicians to the Buxton Festival and Fringe, performing tunes from the Great American food and drink songbook alongside colourful anecdotes.
Arts Centre – Auditorium (74b) Google Map 21 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm £20
Tickets on the door. Comments

SOUND SCAPE - KEMS Contemporary Family Friendly
Come and experience an ever-changing landscape of sound as the musicians (and audience) move round nine sculptures representing natural objects! Developed with the assistance of a bursary from the Artists' Network, Sound Scape is an art-in-nature installation by sculptor Lorna Green with music by Julia Harding.
University of Derby Buxton – Dome (04c) Google Map 19 Jul 8:15pm to 9pm £5 (Child £1, Conc £4.50)
Tickets on the door. Comments

SOUTH AFRICAN VOICES - Africa Entsha Family Friendly
At the heart of Africa Entsha's unique all-singing, all-dancing performances are Zulu songs, full of rhythm, style and spirit.
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 5, 6 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £15 (Child and Conc £10)
Tickets on the door. Comments

credit: Paul Stanhope

SUMMER CONCERT - Manchester Recorder Orchestra Family Friendly
Returning for the 18th occasion back to their usual venue in their 35th anniversary year, this large recorder group is offering an exciting and wide-ranging programme of music including a brand new commission. You are sure of an entertaining and enjoyable evening. (New Writing)
Trinity Church (45) Google Map 15 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £8 (Child Free, Conc £7), Ages 8+
Tickets on the door. Comments

SUMMER SHOWCASE - Buxton Studio Choir Opera House Sales Family Friendly
'We're coming up... so you'd better get this party started!' A fun evening full of fabulous songs showcasing a varied selection of contemporary music performed by the 60-strong choir, smaller ensembles and guest performers. For more information contact jantgalloway@yahoo.co.uk
St John's Church (40) Google Map 15 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm £5 (Child £3), Ages 8+
Bookings via Opera House Comments

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 Spoken Word

The famous five

FESTIVAL SPOKEN WORDS - Buxton Spoken Words
Buxton Spoken Words' regulars: Ryan Tomlinson, Karl Largan, Les Oldfield, Jill Neves and Derek Baker present an entertaining and varied programme of poems and short stories, from a story about a prostitute in Roman Buxton to a poignant tale of a fallen soldier. (New Writing)
The Tea Chest (103) Google Map 12 Jul 7:30pm to 8pm Free, Adult themes Comments

Gillian Byrom-Smith

HEADING FOR THE HILLS - Peter and Gillian Byrom-Smith Family Friendly
The theme of the evening is based around the recent book and CD Heading for the Hills, both of which explore the inspiration of nature, music and poetry. Featuring poetry, music on classical guitar, plus many anecdotes, this truly is a case of tales in words and music. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) Google Map 9 Jul 7pm to 9pm £5 (Child and Conc £3)
Bookings via in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

www.HistoryPod.net

HISTORYPOD: LIVE - Scott Allsop
A live recording of the UK's most popular daily history podcast. Tales of obscure historical events rub shoulders with their more celebrated counterparts to prove that something worth remembering happened on every day of the year. 'Quirky, cool…not to be missed'. Times Educational Supplement. 'An excellent storyteller'. Fringe review. (New Writing)
Scrivener's Bookshop (11) Google Map 8 Jul 11am to noon, 9 Jul 12:30pm to 1:30pm Free, Limited space - 12 tickets only per show
Further information: tickets@historypod.net Comments

Vera Brittain's Tale

VERA BRITTAIN'S TALE: A TESTAMENT TO A LOST YOUTH - Discover Buxton Tours
During the summer of 1915, Vera Brittain, a former resident of Buxton, nursed wounded soldiers returning from the First World War. Come and listen to the recollections that laid the foundations of her life-long pacifism against the backdrop of an Edwardian society full of 'censorious small mindedness'.
University of Derby Buxton – Dome (04c) Google Map 6, 13 & 20 Jul 11am to noon, 2pm to 3pm £8
Bookings via netta@discoverbuxton.co.uk or 07530 457755 Comments(1)

Victorian Conversation in the Masonic Lodge

A VICTORIAN CONVERSATION - Discover Buxton Tours
Join Robert Rippon Duke, who transformed Buxton from a village into a Victorian spa town, and Edward Milner, the landscape architect responsible for its Pavilion Gardens, and eavesdrop on A Victorian Conversation in the historic surroundings of the Masonic Hall.
The Masonic Hall, George St (above La Brasserie) (104) Google Map 12 Jul 7pm to 8:15pm £8, Ages 16+
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The Bandstand (credit: Lily Brown)

FRINGE AT FIVE - Buxton Festival Fringe Family Friendly
The perfect way to begin your Festival evening; find a bench by the Bandstand in the Pavilion Gardens and be entertained by Fringe singers, musicians, actors, dancers, magicians and storytellers. You may be invited to join in. Who knows? Check at the Fringe information desk for what is happening day-to-day.
Pavilion Gardens – Bandstand (33a) Google Map 10-22 Jul 5pm to 5:30pm Free Comments

The Fringe (credit: Sofia Huxford Rodriguez)

FRINGE SUNDAY - Buxton Festival Fringe Family Friendly
Our annual party in the sumptuous Pavilion Gardens - a mixture of song, dance, magic and theatre. Free entertainment courtesy of Fringe performers. Bring a picnic, buy a coffee or ice cream, relax and soak up the Buxton Fringe atmosphere.
Pavilion Gardens – Bandstand (33a) Google Map 9 Jul 2pm to 4:30pm Free Comments

Klang!

THE SHAKESPEARE JUKEBOX - Buxton Drama League Family Friendly
The ‘upstart crows’ of The Shakespeare Jukebox return to the Opera House forecourt for another summer of open-air Shakespearean revelry. Make a donation to charity, choose a scene from the Jukebox playlist and challenge our rolling team of actors to feats of memory and dramatic flexibility!
Buxton Opera House Forecourt (08) Google Map 7, 9, 11, 14, 15, 18 & 21, 22 Jul 6pm to 7pm Free Comments

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ALICE IN WONDERLAND UNDERGROUND - Butterfly Theatre Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Follow Alice down the rabbit hole into a wonderland full of crazy characters and nonsense: meet Humpty Dumpty, the most famous egg in the world, be a guest at the Mad Hatter’s tea party and battle against the mysterious Jabberwocky. Curiouser and curiouser. (New Writing)
Poole's Cavern (34a) Google Map 11-13 Jul 5:30pm to 6:30pm, 7:15pm to 8:15pm, 14 Jul 5:30pm to 6:30pm, 7:15pm to 8:15pm, 8:45pm to 9:45pm, 15 Jul 5:30pm to 6:30pm, 7:15pm to 8:15pm £13.50 (Child and Conc £12), Ages 8+
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CALL MR ROBESON - Grist To The Mill Productions Ltd
This roller coaster journey through Robeson’s remarkable and eventful life highlights how his pioneering and heroic political activism led many to describe him as the forerunner of the civil rights movement. It features much fiery oratory and some of his famous songs, including a dramatic rendition of 'Ol’ Man River'.
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 12 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm, 13 Jul 3pm to 4pm, 14 & 16 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £10 (Child and Conc £8)
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THE EMPRESS AND ME - Grist To The Mill Productions Ltd Family Friendly
The amazing true story of the Princess Der Ling who having been raised in France to be every bit the Victorian lady, suddenly finds herself living in the Forbidden City, entangled in the politics of the Chinese court and lady-in-waiting to the infamous empress dowager.
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 19 Jul 6pm to 7pm, 20 Jul 3pm to 4pm, 6pm to 7pm, 21 Jul 6pm to 7pm £10 (Child and Conc £8), Ages 14+
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GRATIANO - Grist To The Mill Productions Ltd
With Bassanio murdered, Gratiano is forced to revisit his Fascist past. He was never the hero, but he never thought he played the villain. This challenging sequel to William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice explores the politics of prejudice in Mussolini's Italy and the present day. ***** BritishTheatreGuide. **** ThreeWeeks (New Writing)
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 12 Jul 3pm to 4pm, 6pm to 7pm, 13, 14 Jul 6pm to 7pm £10 (Child and Conc £8), Strong language
Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com Comments

I FOUND MY HORN - Grist To The Mill Productions Ltd Family Friendly
Jonathan Guy Lewis is directed by Harry Burton in a new production of this wryly funny and infinitely touching story about making music and confronting one’s private demons. Adapted from Jasper Rees’ renowned book. 'A wryly funny, infinitely touching account of the joys and hazards of making music'. **** Guardian
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 7 Jul 3pm to 4pm, 7:30pm to 8:30pm, 8 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £12 (Child and Conc £10), Ages 12+
Bookings via www.rotunda.com Comments

JEU JEU LA FOILLE'S FRONTAL LOBOTOMY - Jeu Jeu la Foille
Visual storytelling and poetry, with a Tom Waits-inspired soundtrack and a smattering of weird science. Burlesque maverick Jeu Jeu la Foille fuses original beat poetry with Waitsian tormented lullabies and woozy mythology punctuated with scientific accounts of transorbital lobotomy and featuring a toy shop orchestra of musical reprobates. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) Google Map 22 Jul 8pm to 9pm Free, Mild horror and partial nudity. Adult themes.
Further information: vickyhancock@hotmail.com or bookings in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

JUST AN ORDINARY LAWYER - Grist To The Mill Productions Ltd Family Friendly
Tunji Sowande arrived in London from Nigeria in 1945 to become a well-respected barrister, the first black head of Chambers, and then the first black judge in Britain. Tayo Aluko’s tribute mixes politics, music and cricket for a tuneful portrait of a legal pioneer.
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 13 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm, 14 Jul 3pm to 4pm, 15 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm, 16 Jul 3pm to 4pm £10 (Child and Conc £8), Ages 12+
Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com Comments

Bob Young as King Lear

KING LEAR (ALONE) - inamoment theatre company Opera House Sales Family Friendly
A unique opportunity to experience the play King Lear, told through the very mind of the man himself. This new and exciting play dispenses with the other 29 characters in the original play and relives its main themes using Shakespeare’s words.
United Reformed Church – Blue Room (55c) Google Map 13, 14 Jul 8pm to 9:15pm, 15 Jul 3pm to 4:15pm £8 (Child £5, Conc £7), Ages 12+
Bookings via Opera House or inamomenttheatre@gmail.com Comments

NATURE KNOWS BEST - TicTac Theatre Family Friendly
In a delightfully funny series of two-person plays, Nature Knows Best looks at love and life through the eyes of a seagull duo, a couple of seahorses and a pair of sheep. Each play humorously portrays man’s effect on the natural world and the creatures in it. (New Writing)
Buxton Community School – Drama Studio (02a) Google Map 20, 21 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £8 (Child £5, Conc £6.50), Mild reference to sex, Ages 12+
Bookings via tictactheatre@yahoo.co.uk Comments

PICARDY - Magdalen Theatre Opera House Sales
Two condemned soldiers await the dawn. Each with a reason to live, they build a friendship through the night in an exploration of life, love and war. (New Writing)
United Reformed Church (55) Google Map 8, 9 Jul 7pm to 9pm £10 (Child and Conc £8), Adult themes, strong language, Ages 14+
Bookings via Opera House or 07497 910930 Comments

SHAFTED - Marde Hen Productions
Paul Greatorex returns to the mining village in south Derbyshire for his mother's funeral and the 30-year argument with his father, Jack, a former pit deputy. The old man could never understand why his son took strike action and Paul cannot comprehend why his father did not. (New Writing)
The Palace Hotel – Haddon Room (32b) Google Map 15 Jul 4pm to 5:30pm, 8pm to 9:30pm £10, Strong language, Ages 16+
Bookings via mardehenproductions@hotmail.com Comments

Brian O' Neil

SOUTH AFRICAN GUMBOOT DANCE - Stimela 'The Gumboot' Musical Family Friendly
This celebration of song and dance is an international phenomenon that has swept across the globe like a tidal wave of soaring voices and stomping feet.
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 5, 6 Jul 9pm to 10pm £10 (Child £8)
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SUPER HAMLET 64: PARODY DLC - Edward Day Family Friendly
An ocarina, a ukulele and a thirst for revenge. Lecoq-trained Edward Day battles four decades of videogame nostalgia in an explosion of Shakespeare, projection mapping and 16-bit ridiculousness. Plus a workshop, Clowning with Shakespeare, July 15th, Green Man Gallery upstairs, 2-4pm, £10, age 16+. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) Google Map 14 Jul 6pm to 7pm, 17 & 19 Jul 6:30pm to 7:30pm £10 (Conc £8), Contains cartoon violence, Ages 10+
Bookings via in person at the gallery, 01298 937375 or hello@thegreenmangallery.com Comments

TAKING FLIGHT SHOWCASE - Grist To The Mill Productions Ltd Family Friendly
A showcase of writing from the perspective of the British East Asian, South Asian and South East Asian communities. Sometimes funny, sometimes poignant always entertaining. A treat for all the family. Brought to you by the team behind The Unknown Soldier, Gratiano and The Empress and Me.
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 5-7, 12-14 & 19-21 Jul 1:30pm to 2:30pm £5, Ages 12+
Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com Comments

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER - Grist To The Mill Productions Ltd
Jack stayed on when the guns fell silent, to search the battlefields for the boys that could not go home - for the dead and the missing, for both enemy and friend, for he has a promise to keep and a debt to repay. ***** ThreeWeeks. ***** FringeGuru. **** Scotsman
Pavilion Gardens – Rotunda (33k) Google Map 5 Jul 6pm to 7pm, 6 Jul 3pm to 4pm, 6pm to 7pm, 7 Jul 6pm to 7pm £10 (Child and Conc £8), Adult themes
Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com Comments

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BRIAN? - Dolls House Family Friendly
Audiences attending will be asked to assist psychiatrist Margarita Upshot to coax Brian Blatherwick back to reality. In this musical comedy with original music from Sounds Bizarre, you will meet Brian's offbeat girlfriends and discover what led to Brian's comatose state. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) Google Map 12 & 20 Jul 7:30pm to 9:15pm £8 (Child and Conc £5)
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2017 ART EXHIBITION - Burbage Art Group Family Friendly
This year's bumper exhibition runs for an extra hour! A Fringe fixture, it boasts a high standard of work including watercolours, oils, collages, textiles and more, with its talented artists increasingly enjoying wider recognition. Free cakes, refreshments and children’s quiz. The group meets weekly and welcomes newcomers including beginners.
Burbage Institute, Nursery Lane, Buxton SK17 6UL (53) Google Map 15 Jul 11am to 4pm Free, Part of the Buxton Art Trail Comments

BUXTON ART TRAIL 2017 - Buxton Art Trail Family Friendly
Announcing the fourth Buxton Bienniale! Take the trail and discover an exciting range of contemporary and traditional arts and crafts. Works by amateur and professional artists from Buxton and beyond at venues all around the town. See the BAT brochure with map.
Around the Town (47) 15, 16 Jul 11am to 6pm Free
Further information: buxtonarttrail.com/contact-us/ Comments

Claude Andre Glass

DERBYSHIRE H²O - High Peak Artists Family Friendly
Water, water everywhere… especially here in Derbyshire! Exhibition by established, award-winning High Peak Artists group. Paintings, printmaking, ceramics, textiles, glass and jewellery all depicting water in many forms – streams, waterfalls, rivers, rain, limestone erosion, springs, wells, water mills, water sports, life under water, villages under water and more…
Pavilion Gardens – The Art Cafe (33f) Google Map 5-23 Jul 10am to 4:30pm Free Comments

Derbyshire Moors by Harry McArdle (winner of the 2016 Derbyshire Open)

DERBYSHIRE OPEN 2017 - Buxton Museum and Art Gallery Family Friendly
The annual Derbyshire Open attracts amateur and professional artists of all ages competing for a range of prizes and a place in the museum collection. Now in its 35th year, the resulting exhibition is the highlight of our summer programme.
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery (07) Google Map 5-7 Jul 9:30am to 5:30pm, 8 Jul 9:30am to 5pm, 9 Jul 10:30am to 5pm, 11-14 Jul 9:30am to 5:30pm, 15 Jul 9:30am to 5pm, 16 Jul 10:30am to 5pm, 18-21 Jul 9:30am to 5:30pm, 22 Jul 9:30am to 5pm, 23 Jul 10:30am to 5pm Free
Further information: buxton.museum@derbyshire.gov.uk Comments

THE GREAT DOME ART FAIR - Peak District Artisans Family Friendly
Browse and buy from a huge range of outstanding art and design direct from PDA’s members at our award-winning annual exhibition. Meet our newest members and enjoy our popular talks and demonstrations, and unique Artists’ Original Postcard Raffle.
University of Derby Buxton – Dome (04c) Google Map 21 Jul 6:30pm to 8:30pm, 22, 23 Jul 10am to 4:30pm Free Comments

Sunshine; An Original Collagraph Plate

LOUISE JANNETTA FINE ART - Louise Jannetta Gallery & Studio Family Friendly
For a more intimate meet-the-artist opportunity, former Fringe Award winner Louise Jannetta is opening up her gallery and studio packed with new works. Awards: visual arts event winner 2011, nominated 2013 and 2016. Nominated for Visual Artist 2010 and 2013.
Louise Jannetta Art Studio (rear of 24 Dale Rd) (14) Google Map 6-8, 13-15 & 20-22 Jul 10am to 4pm Free Comments

Water Play by Caroline Small

WILDNESS AND WET - The Green Man Gallery Family Friendly
'Oh let them be left, the wildness and wet. Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet.' Gerard Manley Hopkins. An intriguing group exhibition inspired by the wild and watery, local landscape. Includes paintings, drawings, photography, print-making, mixed media and textiles.
Green Man Gallery (86) Google Map 5 Jul 6:30pm to 8:30pm, 6-23 Jul 10:30am to 5:30pm Free
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ALL OUR YESTERDAYS: BUXTON SAYS LET US ENTERTAIN YOU - Present from the Past Opera House Sales Family Friendly
An audio visual feast of shared memories from the Present from the Past project. Buxton residents recall events and entertainment in the town from the era of Glenn Miller to Y Not via Fiddle Hell. (New Writing)
The Palace Hotel – Chatsworth Room (32d) Google Map 7 & 14 Jul 7pm to 8:30pm £5, Ages 11+
Bookings via Opera House Comments

rainbow picnic cake from Little Chekky Cakes

BUXTON PRIDE PICNIC - Stone and Water Family Friendly
Celebrating Queer Buxton (LGBT+ and all our friends!) with a picnic of gracefulness silliness and frivolous strength. Bring your own exquisite nibbles, an umbrella or parasol if appropriate, and join us on the lawn. Add a poem to read, an elegant dress or simply your own wonderful self.
Pavilion Gardens – Old Bowling Green (33e) Google Map 22 Jul 3pm to 6pm Free Comments

CHELMORTON FESTIVAL - Chelmorton Villagers Family Friendly
Chelmorton village hosts a full week of events with exhibitions, evening events, a village fair on the Saturday and more. New this year are a stone walling course and a quilt exhibition, while our regular crime writers' panel is spearheaded by the well-known local writer, Stephen Booth.
Chelmorton Institute, Chelmorton SK17 9SH (80) Google Map 10 Jul 10:30am to 6:30pm, 11 Jul 10:30am to 7:30pm, 12-15 Jul 10:30am to 6:30pm, Prices and times of individual events vary. Bookings via www.chelmortonvillage.org.uk Comments

CUPID AND THE KING: THE KINGS' COURTESANS - Mr Simpson's Little Consort Opera House Sales
Cupid and the King explores the lusty, rancid world of English kings and their mistresses from the gay lovers of James I to the 'people’s mistress', Nell Gwynne, with period readings and music from the Tudors and Stuarts. Be prepared for bawdy, no holds barred, language and adult content.
United Reformed Church – Green Room: Hall (55b) Google Map 14 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm £10 (Child Free, Conc £8), Adult themes and very strong 17th-century language, Ages 18+
Bookings via Opera House or sue@pierssnell.force9.co.uk or 07938 916 976 Comments

CUPID AND THE KING: THE KINGS' COURTESANS - Mr Simpson's Little Consort
Cupid and the King explores the lusty, rancid world of English kings and their mistresses from the gay lovers of James I to the 'people’s mistress', Nell Gwynne, with period readings and music from the Tudors and Stuarts. Be prepared for bawdy, no holds barred, language and adult content.
Spring Bank Arts Centre, New Mills SK22 4BH (62) Google Map 15 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm £10 (Conc £8), Adult themes and very strong 17th-century language, Ages 18+
Bookings via sue@pierssnell.force9.co.uk 07938 916976 Comments

Early 20th century museum notice identifying archaeological finds

MEET THE MUSEUM EXPERTS - Buxton Museum and Art Gallery
Explore the museum and its collections more widely in these brief talks by heritage specialists from Derbyshire and further afield. Pick up a programme at the museum, the Fringe box office or online for a list of speakers. Winner of Other Events, Buxton Festival Fringe 2016.
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery (07) Google Map 11-16 & 18-23 Jul 1pm to 2pm Free
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