Buxton Opera House
- Telephone 0845 127 2190
- Website www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk
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AC/DC UK: AC/DC Tribute
Tribute to AC/DC.
Ballet Theatre UK: Alice In Wonderland
- Written by: Christopher Moore
A ballet choreographed by the company's artistic director Christopher Moore, based on Lewis Carroll's novel and set to music by Tchaikovsky.
Ben Heason: Talk
The mountaineer gives an illustrated talk about his expedition to Venezuela and his free-climbed ascent of the wall of the Angel Falls, the world's highest waterfall.
Celtic Fiddle Festival
Traditional fiddle music from Scotland, Ireland and Brittany by the established band consisting of Kevin Burke, Christian Lemaitre and Andre Brunet.
- Directed by: Ian Talbot
- Written by: Brandon Thomas
The eccentric Lord Fancourt Babberley is asked to pose as rich Aunt Dona Lucia, by Charley and his friend Jack, for their romantic plans. But Charley's real Aunt arrives, and mayhem descends. Brandon Thomas's comedy features Mathew Horne. Directed by Ian Talbot.
Ed Byrne: Roaring Forties
Observational humour from the Dublin-stand-up and actor about reaching middle age.
Eliza Carthy & Jim Moray
Contemporary folk and country from the two singer-songwriters and their accompanying musicians.
Distinctive vocal harmonies from Tony Hicks, Ray Stiles, Peter Howarth, Steve Lauri, Ian Parker and Bobby Elliott.
Horrible Histories: The Terrible Tudors
A stage adaptation of Terry Deary's book which celebrates an exceptionally gory period in English history, from the fate of King Henry's wives to the defeat of the Spanish Armada. The production features 3D effects.
Wed 5 Jun
Thu 6 Jun
Fri 7 Jun
A true Las Vegas star who has received praise from the likes of Sinatra. Expect wit and smooth vocals in equal abundance.
The Wakefield-born singer, best known as a presenter of ITV's Loose Women and performer on The Cruise, plays showtunes and popular ballads.
Lee Nelson: Live
Comedy rogue and South London tearaway Lee "Nelsy" Nelson is fronting his latest live show, Lee Nelson's Well Good Show. The show involves a little audience participation which sees Nelson waling through the audience sharing mortifying tales and cheeky banter with unsuspecting members assisted by his loyal friend fat…
The Opera Group/Opera North: The Firework-Maker's Daughter
- Directed by: John Fulljames (dir)
- Written by: David Bruce
David Bruce and Glyn Maxw's adaptation of Philip Pullman's popular children's story sees Lila undertake a quest to find out the three rules of firework making, battling tigers and pirates along the way.
Sat 25 May
£16–£24 (Children £9.50) / 0845 127 2190
Reginald D Hunter: In the Midst of Crackers
The self-proclaimed 'comedian, swashbuckler and scientist' takes his latest and no doubt controversial show on the road.
Room on the Broom
Songs, laughs and scary fun for children with stories of witches, cats, dogs, birds and frogs. Ages 3+.
Sarah Millican: Home Bird
You'll know her face from talking about cake and cats on the telly, so here's another chance to see the Millican phenomenon in full flight live onstage.
Stewart Lee: Much A-Stew About Nothing
Typically subversive humour from Lee as he works on material for the latest series of Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle. Please note: this is a work in progress show.
Tideswell Male Voice Choir And Huntingdon Male Voice Choir
Dennis Kay conducts various choral works.
Sun 6 Oct
£26 / 0845 127 2190