We have plenty of free stuff to do at the Fringe, and it's all listed here. Look out too for free child tickets and generous concessionary prices for many shows. Fringe Friends also receive 10% (and sometimes more) off full ticket prices.
Many more events will come on stream before we reach the closing date for entries on Sunday 19th April. Please check back often.
Events marked 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.
BUXTON'S PRIDE PICNIC - Stone and Water
A summer afternoon, fancy hats, wonderful cakes, fabulous people: Buxton’s Pride Picnic is back for its 4th feast, a celebration of the town’s LGBTQ+ community. Join us for laughter, conversation, new friends, old tarts. Bring your own picnic, maybe bake a cake for our Big Gay Bake Off.
Pavilion Gardens – Swimming Pool Lawns (33n) OpenStreetMap 18 Jul 2pm to 5pm Free Comments
TINY! TREASURE HUNTERS - Stone and Water
What treasures would you hoard? Where would you keep them? Who would guard them? Join us for this year's Tiny! sessions. Decorate your own treasure box! Find some natural treasures! Mermaid, monster, pirate or dragon? Who will guard your treasure?
Pavilion Gardens – Playground (33m) OpenStreetMap 12 Jul 1pm to 4pm Free, Ages 3 and over Comments
ALICE GOES ELSEWHERE - Buxton Drama League
This world can be challenging if you are on a 'spectrum', even if you are as talented as young musician Alice Lewis. However there are other realities where you might fit right in. A darkly comic musical audioplay from Buxton Drama League. FREE online at www.alicegoeselsewhere.com. (New Writing)
Online only (102) OpenStreetMap 1-19 Jul midnight to 11:59pm Free, Strong Language and Adult Themes. Comments