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VENUE: Buxton Opera House
ADDRESS: Buxton Opera House, Water Street, Buxton, SK17 6XN
BOX OFFICE: 01298 72190
ABOUT THE SHOW
7.30pm Rose Hill United Reformed Church, Rose Hill (Near Town Hall car parks), Chesterfield
A fabulous concert of tuneful, entertaining music to raise money for the Mayor’s Appeal featuring a talented band of local performers:
Queen of the murder mystery Val McDermid is back on home ground when she returns to Derbyshire for a Crime Writers’ Lunch, one of the highlights of Buxton International Festival’s Book Weekend in November.
Val, who created the Wire in the Blood TV series starring Robson Green, lived in Buxton for 12 years, and set one of her best-selling thrillers, A Place of Execution, in the town.
High Peak Community Arts have entered a Creative Writing project into the Aviva Community Fund, which works by a voting system – the projects with the most votes get the funds. We are in the £1,000 – 5,000 category and hope to raise £5,000.
Our project will be in partnership with Writing East Midlands.
Furthest from the Sea Music, Comedy & Arts CIC return to Nottingham Comedy Festival.
Christmas is fast approaching and whether you want a handmade Christmas this year at home, want to crochet gifts or treat yourself to some me time... Why not book on a course or workshop to learn something new or get a crafty friend a gift voucher?
Derby LIVE are pleased to announce that Comedy superstar John Bishop is extending his sell out UK tour and bringing his brand new show ‘Winging It’ to more venues across the UK, including Derby Arena. Tickets go on sale on Monday 13 November at 10am.
NOVEMBER 22 at 7:30pm
BATEMAN HALL, CHRIST CHURCH, THE TRIANGLE, BELPER
Derby Theatre are thrilled to play host to the Out of Joint, Octagon Theatre Bolton and the Royal Court Theatre stage production of Rita, Sue and Bob Too, the seminal 1982 play about two teenage friends who embark on an affair with a married man, on at the Theatre from Tuesday 21 u