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Press

Welcome to Buxton Opera House Press Office

Here you will find a selection of this season's press releases and images to download. For any further information, or to be added to our press list please contact our Press & Content Officer, Helen Naylor: e: hnaylor@boh.org.uk or t: 01298 72050.


Kinder Choirs delight with their annual showcase

The talented Kinder Choirs present their annual summer showcase, featuring the magic of youthful voices singing in harmony.

Syndicated interview with Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo star Raffaele Morra

Dancer Raffaele Morra talks about his time with the sassy comedy ballet company, Les Ballets Trockadero De Monte Carlo.

World-renowned American Blues master plays in Buxton.

Guitarists and critics consider Woody Mann to be a modern-day master of guitar, creating his own unforgettable sound.

Talented young musicians gather for a gala concert to remember.

Peak District Music Centres' return with their ever popular annual gala concert, which showcases young talent from across the region.

Grab your tickets now for Mike & The Mechanics

Supergroup Mike & The Mechanics will be calling into Buxton on their 2019 tour.

CBBC star to appear in Dick Whittington at Buxton Opera House

CBBC star Gabrielle Green from award-winning Wolfblood will join the cast of Dick Whittington.

Promote your business while supporting your local theatre

Join our Cavendish Business Club to help promote your business and support Buxton Opera House

All are welcome at Buxton Cinema

We want our cinema to accessible to all, so we now offer a range of screenings for people who might find a trip to the cinema a bit more challenging.

New Cinema at the Pavilion Arts Cente

Something new this way comes…

Buxton Opera House offers young performers a chance of a lifetime.

Ambitions to star in a world famous musical? Then here’s your chance at Buxton Opera House.

Monthly shows return to Pavilion Arts Centre

It’s not always about the huge shows here at Buxton Opera House. There are also the smaller but by no means less impressive shows.