How to buy tickets

All you need to know about Fringe ticketing.

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Buying tickets is easy as each event has its own booking information detailed on each event listing. For many shows, you will find tickets available on the door or in advance from the act's own tickets sales outlet. Seating is usually unreserved. Look out for discounts for children or for concessions (you may need to show proof of status).

Tickets sold by Opera House

From June you can buy tickets for events marked Opera House Sales  from Buxton Opera House Box Office, Water St, Buxton SK17 6XN, 01298 72190, or via their website www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk  Box office sales at the Opera House will continue right up to the time of performance but internet sales will cease at close of business the day before. Don't forget to pick up prepaid tickets (including those sold via internet) from the Opera House Box Office before the performance!

How to buy tickets from Underground Venues

Online: from www.underthefringe.com/book You can buy as many tickets as you like, at any time, with no booking or transaction fees.
In person: from the main Box Office at Underground Venues at the side of the Old Hall Hotel from the start of the Fringe. You can buy all tickets from here. During the Fringe they are open from 2pm-11pm or from 30 minutes before the first show of the day.
By phone: UV has a phone-line open for sales between noon and 3pm during the Fringe. There is a booking fee of £1.50 per transaction (of any number of tickets or shows). Call 02081 440 070.
"On the door": The Arts Centre Studio is open 25 minutes before each show and tickets can be bought then, for the show about to start. The same applies at Underground Venues.

Friends' Concessions

Become a Fringe Friend and receive 10% off ticket sales! See our Friends page to sign up.

Fringe for Free 

Many of our events are absolutely free. We have listed them all here.

Accessibility information for people with disabilities

The Fringe believe that arts are for all and has a thriving Community Links scheme aiming to bring performances and workshops to people who might otherwise miss out.

The Fringe uses a wide number of venues, some more accessible than others. Our venues list offers useful information about the accessibility of key venues that are used during the Fringe as well as venue contact details for further enquiries.

High Peak Borough Council offers information about public toilets for people with disabilities here.