Full information about our online 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 Tuesday 18th May. Please check back often.
Some of the events below may be hybrid ones in which case any physical performances will be subject to the government's coronavirus guidelines as they stand in July.
Ticket information can be found on each event listing. 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 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.
BUXTON SPOKEN WORDS LIVE! - Buxton Spoken Words
Original and favourite poetry performed by local writers from Buxton and the High Peak. This event will take place live and in person if at all possible. If not it will take place online. Further details to be announced. (New Writing)
Green Man Gallery – Ground Floor Gallery (86a) OpenStreetMap 8 Jul 7:30pm to 9:30pm. Online: www.facebook.com/Buxton-Spoken-Words-105382554732032 or www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fsKtnsRrXtllrLSpykD-g 9-25 Jul all day Free, Donations: Donations towards our Fringe Festival costs will be gratefully received. Comments
A CORNUCOPIA OF WRITINGS WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE - Writers in the Peak
Once again Writers in the Peak are returning to the Fringe. Step into the world of twitching curtains, ponderings and the meanderings of others. Peer inside their heads and join us as we explore their thoughts through monologues, poetry and music. (New Writing)
Online: writersinthepeak.wordpress.com/ 7-25 Jul all day £1, Strong language, Ages 14+ Gallery
Bookings via 07497 910930 Comments
CROOKED SPIRE MURDER MYSTERY MUSICAL (WINDLASS EDITION) - AshGate Heritage Arts
In 1360, John Carpenter arrives in Chesterfield to build a windlass and erect a new church spire. But the master carpenter is murdered. More death and intrigue follow and John becomes the suspect. Will John find young Walter who has disappeared? And will he be able to clear his name? (New Writing)
Online: www.ashgateheritagearts.co.uk 18 Jul from 7:30pm, 19-25 Jul all day Free, BSL Interpreter Gallery
Further information: firstname.lastname@example.org 07497910930 Comments
A WHITER SHADE OF PALE - Buxton Drama League
An original comedy audioplay by Buxton Drama League. Ghostly uninvited guests in the ancestral home of the Wellhavalin family have stories to tell. A visiting Paranormal Investigation Team seem more bitter and twisted than the spirits. For some this won't end well. For others there will be valuable life lessons. (New Writing)
Online: www.awhitershade.co.uk 7-25 Jul all day Free, Strong Language, Violence, Adult Themes. Duration: 1 Hour Approx., Donations: A Donation Link is Available.
Further information: free Comments
BUXTON PHOTO CHALLENGE 2021 - Chapel Camera Club
Just for fun again this year! Take six photos on six themes in six hours - in the right order. You can use your camera or phone and take them anywhere you like. No judging or prizes this year, but an enjoyable challenge which will sharpen your observation/photography skills.
Online: www.facebook.com/Buxton-Photo-Challenge-234599926595191 10 Jul 10am to 4pm Free
Further information: Free event Comments