We have plenty of free stuff to do at the Fringe, and it's all listed here. For Online events just click in the links within the event description.
Many more events will come on stream before we reach the closing date for entries on Sunday 17th April. Please check back often.
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Note the events below are listed in good faith but will be subject to the government's coronavirus guidelines as they stand in July.
Events marked have been suggested by the entrant as generally suitable for family viewing. Events in the Children's Events category are specifically aimed at young people.
TINY! MARVELS AND WONDERS - Stone and Water
Fabulous creatures, heroes, maidens, monsters and probably mice! Join us for a Tiny! day, making small puppets, decorating small treasure chests and making things no bigger than your hand! Find us between the young children's playground and the miniature train stop.
Pavilion Gardens – Playground (33m) OpenStreetMap 10 Jul 11am to 3pm Free, Ages 3 years and over Comments
SIMPLY ACAPPELLA - Ordsall Acappella Singers
An hour of close harmony singing: we offer you a free concert to celebrate our return to Buxton after an absence of two years. Once again we come to you singing from the heart of Salford.
United Reformed Church – Purple Room: Church (55a) OpenStreetMap 16 Jul 11am to 12:15pm. St Mary's Church (41) OpenStreetMap 16 Jul 3pm to 4:15pm Free
Further information: www.ticketsource.co.uk/ordsallsingers Comments
BUXTON PRIDE PICNIC - Stone and Water
A summer afternoon, fancy hats, wonderful cakes, fabulous people: Buxton’s Pride Picnic is back for another summer feast, a celebration of the town’s LGBTQ+ community. Join us for laughter, conversation, new friends, old tarts…bring your own picnic and maybe bake a cake for our Big Gay Bake Off.
Pavilion Gardens – Swimming Pool Lawns (33n) OpenStreetMap 23 Jul 2pm to 5pm Free Gallery Comments