Entertainment to suit every taste is promised in the new season at Buxton Opera House.
The theatre’s August to December brochure is on the shelves now and features over 100 dazzling events full of famous faces.
Alan Carr heads up the new season’s comedy with a three-date residency of his show Yap, Yap, Yap in August.
Other stand-ups coming to the venue will include Milton Jones, Sean Hughes and Patrick Kielty.
Drama lovers won’t be disappointed with a lavish production of Jeeves and Wooster on the bill in September.
A Ghost Story Double Bill will get audiences on the edge of their seats ready for Halloween during the month of October.
Agatha Christie’s ultimate whodunit, The Mousetrap is returning in November after a sell-out run in 2013.
For young people there’s OctoberFest, returning with a week of spooky workshops and performances during half-term.
Charge up your magic carpet for this year’s pantomime, Aladdin in December, starring Kelsey Beth Crossley and James Holmes.
As always there is plenty of music to raise the spirits in the months ahead.
Guitar fans can get ready to rock with legend Nils Lofgren, and ‘The voice’ Lesley Garrett will also appear, filling the house with her soprano singing.
There will be a three-date residency in November and December with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, featuring a concert by renowned violinist and conductor Julian Rachlin.
There’s a lot more on offer to appeal to all ages and tastes. To find out what’s on pick up your August to December brochure at Buxton Opera House Box Office.
To buy tickets or for more information, call 01298 72190 or book online at www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk