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Keith steps down as Buxton Fringe chair after award ceremony
Keith Savage has stepped down as chair of the trustees of Buxton Festival Fringe after six years, his final public engagement being the awards ceremony at the Green Man Gallery.
Davis returns to Buxton Fringe with modern family life comedy
Buxton Fringe’s “favourite mum, writer and performer” Ginny Davis will return to Buxton Fringe playing nine characters in a new one-woman play
Grace races onto her soapbox at Buxton Fringe
Grace Cordell will perform Ben Schwarz’s new play about love, loss and connecting with your inner daredevil
at Buxton Fringe.
Rare Gilbert and Sullivan songs to be aired in Buxton Fringe show
Youth theatre company PB Theatricals is taking on three new challenges with shows for those aged 10 to 18, one of which will be performed at Buxton Fringe.
New take on nursery rhyme at Buxton Fringe
Goblin Theatre is to visit Buxton Fringe with its show
Hey Diddle Diddle
, aimed at ages two to seven, as part of a UK tour of more than 40 venues.
Gillian back at Buxton with She Wolf monologues
Australian solo performer Gillian English, who is bringing three shows to the UK, will return to Buxton Fringe with
, performed in a cave as a promenade piece of theatre.
Two shows JustOut at Buxton Fringe
JustOut Theatre is to mark its debut Fringe season with two shows at Buxton,
Special Measures teaches Buxton Fringe about life in schools
Two young teachers make their Buxton Fringe debuts with
which explores why more people are allegedly leaving the profession than ever.
Duo hope for more Buxton Fringe success with jewel heist show
Nathan Peter Grassi and Ida Berglöw Kenneway return to Buxton Fringe with
a new theatre production which is a “fast-paced screwball comedy about a jewel heist on the French Riviera”.
Women under the microscope at Buxton Fringe
People Zoo Productions is to take its comedy sketch show
Men Chase Women Choose,
which “puts women, sex and science under the microscope”, to Buxton Fringe.
One woman’s search for identity in Buxton Fringe show
South Yorkshire-based Plush Tiger Productions takes a new version of Clara-Nel Haddon’s
, performed by Valerie Monti-Holland, to Buxton Fringe.
Drama about love gets replay at Buxton Fringe
Buxton Fringe 2019 will be the biggest ever with more than 220 entrants and 760 individual performances as the festival celebrates its 40th year.
Cast take on crew in Buxton improv battle
New theatre group Foolish Bandits, which is based in Sheffield, takes its new show
Cast Vs Crew
to Buxton for its festival debut.
Going Underground at Buxton Festival Fringe
Fringe venue group Underground—the largest venue at Buxton Fringe—has announced its line-up for the 2019 festival.
Fringe benefits for established companies at Buxton
Theatre will be well represented at the 2019 Buxton Fringe, with a number of established companies having already signed up for the festival.
“Huge” surge in entries for Buxton Fringe
Buxton Fringe has reported a “huge” surge in entries compared with a similar period in 2018.
Extended 2019 Buxton Fringe opens for entries
Entries are now open for the 2019 Buxton Fringe which will be extended to celebrate its 40th festival.
Buxton Fringe was one of biggest in its history
The 2018 Buxton Fringe contributed £269,027 to the local economy, according to figures just released.
More Fringe benefits at Buxton festival extends
Buxton Fringe has announced that the 2019 festival when it celebrates its 40th year will be longer than usual—a full three weeks.