10th to 26th July 2015

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Box Office: 0845 127 2190

Venues

BUXTON OPERA HOUSE

Water Street, Buxton SK17 6XN
0845 127 2190
www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

Designed by the legendary theatre architect Frank Matcham, Buxton Opera House was opened in 1903 and has been the home of the Buxton Festival since 1979. It presents a year-round programme of nightly entertainment.

PAVILION ARTS CENTRE

St John’s Road, Buxton SK17 6BE
0845 127 2190
www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

Situated within the Pavilion Gardens Complex, the Pavilion Arts Centre has had many identities in its long history, including The Playhouse (Buxton’s repertory theatre) and the Paxton Suite. Since its rebirth in 2010, it houses a flexible performance space, which can hold a 360-seat auditorium, or a 90-seat studio theatre.

ST JOHN'S CHURCH

St John’s Road, Buxton SK17 6BE

Built in 1812, at the request of and funded by the Duke of Devonshire, St John’s Church is renowned for its excellent acoustic which makes it a marvellous venue for classical music concerts.

THE DEVONSHIRE DOME

University of Derby Buxton,1 Devonshire Road, Buxton SK17 6RY

From its origins as an ornate stables, to its donation to the town of Buxton as a hydropathic hospital (with its magnificent dome added in 1881), to its current use as the home of the University of Derby’s Buxton campus, this is one of Buxton’s most striking buildings.

THE PAVILION CAFE, BUXTON

St John’s Road, Buxton SK17 6BE

Situated within the Pavilion Gardens complex, the café provides a friendly and informal location of our late-night jazz concerts, with cabaret-style seating.

THE PALACE HOTEL

Palace Road, Buxton SK17 6AG

Built in 1868 by architect Henry Currey, the Palace Hotel is now part of the Puma Hotels Collection.

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