Event Descriptions 2019

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 21st 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

Andy Quirk and Anna J

99 (FIRST WORLD) PROBLEMS - Andy Quirk and Anna J
Join the UK’s premier rapper of First World Problems and his lead backup dancer for musical comedy tackling the inconsequential irks of modern living. Part concert / part group therapy, with a genre-busting soundtrack paying homage to europop, grime, funk and beyond. There’s room in the crew for everyone!
Hydro Restaurant and Bar (22) OpenStreetMap 6 Jul 8:15pm to 9:15pm £5, Ages 18+
 Bookings via www.wegottickets.com/event/462177 Comments

ACCOMPLISHED LADIES: WORK IN PROGRESS - Accomplished Ladies Opera House Sales Family Friendly
Period drama comedy sketch show. Experience some of the agonising dilemmas facing history's most Accomplished Ladies: Elizabeth and Jane. Watch them laugh and sing their way through societies pitfalls as they try not to get hanged at the end. (New Writing)
High Peak Bookstore and Cafe (30) OpenStreetMap 6 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £5, Ages 12+
 Bookings via Opera House Comments

COMEDY NIGHT AT THE ROTUNDA - Grist To The Mill and Off The Kerb
Catch some of the top UK comedians previewing their Edinburgh shows. Line-up to be confirmed.
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 12 & 19 Jul 8:30pm to 11pm £10, Adult themes, some swearing, Ages 14+
 Tickets on the door. Comments

Andy Gilbert

HOW TO BE A WORLD CLASS POET IN UNDER AN HOUR - Andy Gilbert
Andy Gilbert describes himself as a poet and educator. Despite concerns about his level of delusion, his sincerity cannot be doubted as he delivers ‘How to be a World Class Poet in less than an hour’. A masterclass or a delayed mid-life crisis dressed up as entertainment? You decide. (New Writing)
Hydro Restaurant and Bar (22) OpenStreetMap 7 Jul 6pm to 7pm Free, Adult themes and strong language, Ages 16+ Comments

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 Film

NOMAD SHORT FILM FESTIVAL - Rotunda Theatre
A roaming festival of British short films from up and coming and established film makers. Take part and get to vote for the awards. Line up TBC.
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 21 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £5, Adult themes, some swearing, Ages 14+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

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 For Families

SUMMER SONGS! - New Mills Primary choir Family Friendly
New Mills Primary choir singing and performing their favourite summer songs for everyone to enjoy. Some solos and lots of actions to entertain and enjoy.
Buxton Opera House Forecourt (08) OpenStreetMap 9 Jul 6pm to 7pm Free, songs for families to enjoy, Ages 3+ Comments

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 Music

11 Reasons

11 REASONS - Egriega Family Friendly
Multiple Buxton nominee and award winner Egriega brings a new show. 11 Reasons - An abstract love story, including photographs, set around Buxton, featuring a live trio playing original cool jazz. Follow a young couple as they meet, fall in love and work out how to live. (New Writing)
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 7, 11, 14 & 20 Jul 9pm to 10pm £10 (Child £8)
 Bookings via 07487 228993. Comments

THE ANCIENT PULL (THIS LUNAR BEAUTY) - Paul Cromford Family Friendly
The Moon. We’ve gazed at her, wondered about her. Five decades ago we courted her and won her, but lost the wonder. Specially written for Fringe40 by Buxton composer Paul Cromford (award nominee 2013), this ambitious song-cycle recounts our relationship with Earth’s nearest neighbour. Rediscover your love for her! (New Writing)
Lee Wood Hotel – Pendennis 1 (91a) OpenStreetMap 15, 17, 21 & 23 Jul 8pm to 10pm £10 (Child £5, Conc £9)
 Bookings via www.wegottickets.com/PaulCromford Comments

Annette Gregory - American SongBook

ANNETTE GREGORY INTIMATE AFFAIR - AMERICAN SONGBOOK - Annette Gregory Family Friendly
Jazz music in its heyday was the pop music of the 1920s to1950s. Annette will perform an intimate session from popular artist such as Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Billie holiday, Julie London and many others. Come and tap your feet and enjoy some wonderful jazz.
Green Man Gallery (86) OpenStreetMap 17 Jul 6:30pm to 7:30pm £10 (Child £8, Conc £9)
 Tickets on the door. Comments

High Peak Swing Band in rehearsal

BIG BAND TAKES THE STAGE. - High Peak Swing Band Opera House Sales
16-piece ‘big band’, featuring vocals, presents contemporary arrangements of music inspired by the golden age of the ballroom and the great showbands with some evergreen tunes of the musical stage.
Pavilion Gardens – Bandstand (33a) OpenStreetMap 14 Jul 2pm to 4pm. Conservative Club (79) OpenStreetMap 15 Jul 8pm to 10pm £6 (Child £3, Conc £5)
 Bookings via Opera House or brian.lightowler@yahoo.com. Sunday 14th show on the Bandstand is a Free event. Comments

A CAPPELLA AND CAKE - Ordsall A Cappella Singers Family Friendly
Frequent visitors to the Buxton Fringe, Ordsall A Cappella singers will be bringing you their well-known A Cappella and Cake. Come and listen to us for an hour of our close harmony singing followed by tea and cake.
United Reformed Church – Purple Room: Church (55a) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 11am to 12:30pm. St Mary's Church (41) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 3pm to 4:30pm £6 (Child and Conc £4)
 Bookings via www.ticketsource.co.uk/ordsallsingers/ Comments

The Norden Flute Quartet

FLUTE COCKTAIL - The Norden Flute Quartet Opera House Sales Family Friendly
This versatile flute quartet, is making its Festival Fringe début this year. It will be playing an eclectic mix of music, ranging from classical to jazz, and much in between. Hoping to entertain and surprise, in a relaxed and informal environment.
High Peak Bookstore and Cafe (30) OpenStreetMap 13 Jul 7pm to 9pm £8 (Child and Conc £6)
 Bookings via Opera House or m.dale@tiscali.co.uk Comments

IN C by Terry Riley - WORKSHOP AND PERFORMANCE - KEMS Contemporary
Explore, play and perform In C by Terry Riley - the iconic piece that launched the minimalist movement in music. Instrumentalists of about Grade 5 standard and above are welcome to join our workshop which will culminate in a performance later in the evening. Workshop @ 6.30pm and performance @ 8.30pm.
United Reformed Church – Purple Room: Church (55a) OpenStreetMap 19 Jul 6:30pm to 9:30pm £5 (Child £1, Conc £4.50), Tickets £3 (£2.50 concessions) to see performance. Performers must attend the workshop.
 Bookings via julia.harding@kems.org.uk Comments

The Occasional Band

IRISH & AMERICANA SONGS AND TUNES - The Occasional Band
Returning the Cheshire Cheese pub for a second year, The Occasional Band a local three piece playing Irish and Americana songs and tunes on guitar, concertina/mandolin, and fiddle, plus lots of vocals - it will be an occasion not to miss!
The Cheshire Cheese (93) OpenStreetMap 5 Jul 8:30pm to 11pm Free, Ages 18+
Further information: timnewton2001@gmail.com Comments

JAZZ FOR A SUMMER'S NIGHT - Basin Street Jazz & Blues Opera House Sales Family Friendly
An eclectic mix from this seasoned, popular jazz and blues band. The five piece showcases brilliant talent on sax, piano, guitar, double bass and smooth vocals. Timeless melodies from some of the greatest jazz and blues artists, iconic divas of 20th century to modern classics and Basin Street originals.
Buxton Working Men's Club (51) OpenStreetMap 18 Jul 8pm to 10pm £10 (Child and Conc £8)
 Bookings via Opera House or brian.lightowler@yahoo.com Comments

JAZZ FOR A SUMMER'S NIGHT - Basin Street Jazz & Blues Family Friendly
An eclectic mix from this seasoned, popular jazz and blues band. The five-piece showcases brilliant talent on sax, piano, guitar, double bass and smooth vocals. Timeless melodies from some of the greatest jazz and blues artists, iconic divas of the 20th century to modern classics and Basin Street originals.
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) OpenStreetMap 9 Jul 7:30pm to 10pm £10 (Child and Conc £8)
 Bookings via www.thegreenmangallery.com or 01298 937375 Comments

JOHNNY DYSFUNCTIONAL'S XMAS IN JULY - Johnny Dysfunctional Band Opera House Sales
Dysfunctional postponed Xmas until now. Brexit, a job loss, arrested in pursuit of a hobby and other personal disasters turned Dysfunctional into Mr Scrooge. He explains his late Xmas and misfortunes in hilarious songs. Attend and wear Xmas fancy dress. Enjoy a snow machine, Xmas tree, lights and Santa. (New Writing)
The London Road Inn (111) OpenStreetMap 5, 13 & 19 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm £8 (Child and Conc £5)
 Bookings via Opera House or quickfire8@btinternet.com Comments

credit: Paul Stanhope

MRO ON THE FRINGE - Manchester Recorder Orchestra Family Friendly
On their 20th Fringe visit, this 40-piece recorder orchestra explore a wide variety of music, from classical to modern including Five Strong Colours by David Moses; Symphony No.5 by Steve Marshall, Elegy by Alan Davis and other enjoyable pieces by Mozart and Keler.
Trinity Church (45) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm £8.50 (Child Free, Conc £7.50), Ages 8+
 Bookings via facebook.com/ManchesterRecorderOrchestra/ Comments

RNCM PIANO RECITAL - Broadwood Buxton Family Friendly
The URC’s Broadwood grand piano was fully restored in 2018 and the church regularly hosts recitals given by the brilliant students from the RNCM. Join us for the final recital of this academic year.
United Reformed Church (55) OpenStreetMap 4 Jul 2pm to 3pm £5 (Child Free, Conc £4)
 Tickets on the door. Comments

ST LUKE’S SINGS - Saint Lukes Family Friendly
The children of Saint Luke's Primary School will share their love of singing and performing.
Buxton Opera House Forecourt (08) OpenStreetMap 19 Jul 1:30pm to 2:30pm n/a
 Tickets on the door. Comments

The Sovereign Saxophone Octet

SUMMER SAXES - The Sovereign Saxophone Octet Opera House Sales Family Friendly
This award-winning versatile saxophone octet is returning to Buxton, with another new programme of varied music, from classical to jazz, and much in between. Including new music and old favourites. Hoping to change peoples preconceived ideas of the saxophone repertoire. (New Writing)
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) OpenStreetMap 5 Jul 8pm to 10pm £8 (Child and Conc £6)
 Bookings via Opera House or m.dale@tiscali.co.uk Comments

SUMMER THYME - SONGS AND STORIES - Serpentine Community Farm Family Friendly
Free event. Open air (shelter in polytunnel if rainy) acoustic set from 2.00pm to 3.00pm amongst Serpentine Community Farm's raised beds and gardens. No Joke (ukulele trio) will sing and play for us. Come early for coffee, cake and story-tellng. Stay later to see what's growing.
Serpentine Community Farm (107) OpenStreetMap 14 Jul 2pm to 3pm Free
Further information: serpentinecommunityfarm@gmail.com Comments

A TASTE OF SUMMER - VociVoices Opera House Sales Family Friendly
A concert of music selected from the world of opera, operetta, musicals, jazz and evergreens to bring a glorious sunshine to an afternoon in Buxton.
Buxton Methodist Church – Church (06a) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 2pm to 3:45pm £10 (Child Free, Conc £8)
 Bookings via Opera House or available on the door Comments

TROMBONE TUNES, TROMBONE TALK - Sam Slide & Friends Opera House Sales Family Friendly
He's back! After a short break, local Trombone player Sam Slide returns with a fourth chapter of his musical autobiography. This Fringe40 show brings you new tunes, new stories, a Trombone lesson for everybody - and possibly some surprise guests! Once again, Sam Slide's talented friends provide the tasteful backing. (New Writing)
Lee Wood Hotel – Pendennis 1 (91a) OpenStreetMap 9 & 16 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £8 (Child and Conc £6)
 Bookings via Opera House or On the door or 07929 423 689 Comments

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 Spoken Word

JIMMY ANDREX PAMPHLET LAUNCH - JImmy Andrex
A pamphlet with no title? Come and listen to Jimmy Andrex read his poetry. It might make you laugh. It’ll hopefully make you think. The jokes are all stolen, but only from the best and he’s good to his mother. (New Writing)
Scrivener's Bookshop (11) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 2pm to 2:30pm n/a, Ages 15+
 Tickets on the door. Comments

STUPIDITY IS NOT THE PROBLEM - JImmy Andrex
A spoken word piece with music by Jimmy Andrex to promote debate about poverty, inequality and possible solutions. Based on Utopia for Realists by Rutger Bregman. Poverty is not a lack of character, it is a lack of cash. The piece is followed by debate around the questions it raises. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 6:30pm to 7:30pm £5 (Child and Conc £2), Ages 15+
 Bookings via Green Man Gallery 01298 937375 Comments

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 Street Theatre

BUXTON CARNIVAL - Buxton Fringe/Buxton International Festival Family Friendly
The town’s summer festivals join forces to celebrate landmark anniversaries. Look out for our special Carnival of the Animals - the result of a project involving local primary schools. Thanks to to the Well Dressing and Carnival team for organising this highlight in the town’s calendar. #Fringe40.
Around the Town (47) 13 Jul 2pm to 4pm Free Comments

FRINGE @5 - Buxton Fringe Family Friendly
An early evening Buxton tradition. Whatever entertainment we can rustle up - songs, stories, comedy or drama. A chance to taste before you buy. Check at the Fringe Desk for what is happening. Performers - book your slot at the Desk. It’s the best promotion you can do. #Fringe40.
Pavilion Gardens – Bandstand (33a) OpenStreetMap 8-12 & 14-20 Jul 5pm to 5:30pm Free Comments

FRINGE SUNDAY - Buxton Fringe Family Friendly
Join us for our annual picnic and party in the park. Bring your own food and we’ll provide the entertainment. There will be belly dancers, magic, music, song plus fun and games. Free balloons, badges and postcards! Mingle with Fringe stars and tweet away - #Fringe40.
Pavilion Gardens – Bandstand (33a) OpenStreetMap 7 Jul 2pm to 4:30pm Free Comments

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 Theatre

AN EVENING WITH MISS WONG - Grist To the Mill Productions Ltd
Join Miss Anna May Wong in a musical cabaret. One of Hollywood's most glamorous stars she looks back on her life, her fight against prejudice and her rise to the acting elite. The leading lady who was never allowed to kiss her leading man – well, almost never. (New Writing)
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 12 Jul 7:15pm to 8:30pm, 14 Jul 7pm to 8:15pm £12 (Child £10), Ages 8+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

GRATIANO - Grist To the Mill Productions Ltd
With Bassanio murdered Gratiano is forced to revisit his Fascist past – he never thought he played the villain. In this challenging sequel to William Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice' we explore the politics of prejudice in Mussolini's Italy and the present day. ***** British Theatre Guide. ***** Edinburgh Review.
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 11 & 13 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm £12 (Child £10), Some Strong Language, Ages 12+
 Tickets on the door. Comments

MOBY DICK - Grist To the Mill Productions Ltd
Call me Ismael – to celebrate the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Herman Melville Ross Ericson's presents his stunning new one-man adaptation of the classic novel. Join him on the high seas in the hunt for the great white whale. From the team behind The Unknown Soldier. (New Writing)
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 9 Jul 7pm to 8:45pm, 21 Jul 6pm to 7:15pm £12 (Child £10), Ages 8+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

MONKEY AND THE CAVE OF THE SPIDER DEMONS - Red Dragonfly Productions
Based on the stories from the Chinese classic 'Journey To The West' our tale finds our heroes – Monkey, Pigsy, Sandy and Tripitaka – in dangerous lands. Will they make it through, or will their continued squabbling see the band of friends fall apart and Tripitaka eaten by demons? (New Writing)
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 5 Jul 2pm to 3:30pm, 6 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm, 7 Jul 6pm to 7:30pm £15 (Child £8), Ages 8+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

MULAN - Grist To the Mill Productions Ltd
This is not the Disney tale but a gritty look at the real story behind the most famous woman warrior that fought as a man in the great armies of China. Why did she do it? How did she survive? What became of her when the fighting was over? (New Writing)
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 17 Jul 7:30pm to 8:30pm, 21 Jul 4:30pm to 5:30pm £12 (Child £8), Ages 8+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

Pictures taken by Barrie Morton

OLD BONES by Jen McGregor - Third Pier Theatre
After receiving praise from audience and critics alike, Third Pier Theatre returns with Old Bones by Jen McGregor. James Napier is back to challenge another audience to a game of dice. A story of magic, romance, and treachery from the mouth of the immortal man.
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) OpenStreetMap 4-7 & 13 Jul 8:30pm to 9:30pm £7.50 (Child and Conc £5), Ages Ages 12+
 Bookings via The Green Man Gallery 01298 937375 Comments

THE RIOT ACT - Breathe Out Theatre
In 1842, 23 years after Peterloo, Lancashire factory workers again marched in protest at appalling pay and conditions. In Preston's Lune Street, the protesters were confronted by the authorities and read The Riot Act. Tragedy and humour from Manchester Fringe Festival 2017 Best Drama winners. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Workshop Room (86b) OpenStreetMap 5, 6, 10 & 19 Jul 6pm to 6:50pm £7 (Child and Conc £6), Ages 14+
 Tickets on the door. Comments

TAKING FLIGHT SHOWCASE - Red Dragonfly Productions
Three short plays from the British Asian perspective. A Piece of Cake – a comedy about that wedding that we've all been to. Little Potatoes – what happens when your one child is your only hope. Aiko – is it really magic, or is grandmother just getting old? (New Writing)
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 9, 10 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm £10 (Child £5), Ages 8+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

TOM JONES - Red Dragonfly Productions
Ross Ericson's acclaimed adaptation of Henry Fielding's comic novel. A tale of love, deception and mistaken identity; a feast of human nature, served up in the plain and simple manner of the West Country, hashed and ragoud with all the high French and Italian seasoning of sex and vice.
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 4, 5 Jul 7:30pm to 9pm, 7 Jul 2pm to 3:30pm £15 (Child £10), Some nudity, Ages 8+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

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 Visual Arts

2019 ART EXHIBITION - Burbage Art Group Family Friendly
Exhibiting on a Sunday for the first time, Burbage Art Group offers an exciting array of watercolours, oils, landscapes, collages, wall-hangings and sculptures, receiving a Fringe Visual Arts nomination in 2018. The show includes cakes, refreshments and children’s quiz. Beginners are welcome at the class which meets on Wednesday evenings.
Burbage Institute, Nursery Lane, Buxton SK17 6UL (53) OpenStreetMap 7 Jul 11am to 4pm Free, Part of Buxton Art Trail Comments

BUXTON ART TRAIL 2019: THE BUXTON BIENNALE! - Buxton Art Trail Family Friendly
The multi-award-winning Buxton Art Trail presents its fifth Buxton Biennale. An eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional art, craft and events by amateur and professional artists from Buxton and beyond. Exhibitions, workshops and events happening at venues throughout Buxton. Pick up the BAT brochure and map and take the trail!
Around the Town (47) 6, 7 Jul 10am to 5pm Free
Further information: Further information - www.buxtonarttrail.com Comments

BUXTON PHOTO CHALLENGE 2019 - Chapel Camera Club Family Friendly
Come and join Buxton's own Photomarathon - a photography challenge to take six photos on six topics in six hours. Everyone's welcome, all you need is a camera and an empty memory card. Arrive between 10am-11am to get your topics and then off you go to find creative interpretations.
Old Clubhouse – Downstairs (21b) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 10am to 4pm £5 (Child £3)
 Tickets on the door. Comments

THE GREAT DOME ART FAIR 19-21ST JULY - Peak District Artisans Family Friendly
Over 35 Peak District Artisans exhibiting works across the arts such as fine art, textiles, pottery, jewellery, prints. Free demonstrations by our members, postcard raffle and 'studio sale'. Visitors will be able to be able to participate in painting the fair, with Sue Prince award winning Folk artist ... no experience necessary.
University of Derby Buxton – Dome (04c) OpenStreetMap 19 Jul 6:30pm to 8:30pm, 20 Jul 10am to 5pm, 21 Jul 10am to 4:30pm £2 (Child Free, Conc £0)
 Tickets on the door. Comments

TAKE TEN @2 - Take Ten Artists
Ten very different visual artists and makers from the Peak District and Staffordshire Moorlands, all with links to Leek School of Art. Showing 2D and 3D work: painting, illustration, drawing, printmaking, textiles, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery. Refreshments available - donations to local charity.
2 Rock Terrace, Buxton, SK17 6HN (112) OpenStreetMap 5 Jul 6pm to 8:30pm, 6, 7 & 13, 14 Jul 11am to 6pm Free, Ages 6+
Further information: mariej_keane_55@yahoo.co.uk Comments

DREAM in the most unexpected trials.

UNTITLED, THE DEEP SLEEP - Hampton-Studio Family Friendly
Untitled, The Deep Sleep is a performance installation where I share with the audience one of the most intimate experiences – sleep.
Town Hall Piazza (28) OpenStreetMap 9, 11-14, 17-21 & 23, 24 Jul 7pm to 11:30pm n/a
 Tickets on the door. Comments

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 Other Events

Caspar Thomas (credit: James Bellorini)

CASPAR THOMAS: THE ART OF CLOSE-UP MAGIC - Caspar Thomas
The show where the magic is as stunning as the skill is hidden. 'You won't see other magicians do this stuff... because they can't! Caspar's skill is of a standard rarely seen anywhere.' (Jerry Sadowitz). 'Stunning sleight of hand from a master of magic.' (FringeReview). 'Fantastic!' (Hollywood Fringe).
Rotunda – Pavilion Gardens (33k) OpenStreetMap 20 Jul 7pm to 8pm, 21 Jul 3pm to 4pm £12 (Child and Conc £9), Ages 12+
 Bookings via www.rotundatheatre.com or 07487 228993 Comments

CHELMORTON VILLAGE FESTIVAL 2019 - Chelmorton Festival 2019 Family Friendly
A week of Family Friendly activities and events starting Monday 15 July and ending Sunday 21 July 2019 in the village of Chelmorton.
Chelmorton Institute, Chelmorton SK17 9SH (80) OpenStreetMap 18 Jul 7pm to 9pm Free
Further information: rjbarjay@btinternet.com Comments

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