Thursday, 18 July 2013

The Last Post (for a while anyway)

The Blogger stats suggest that not many people are reading this. I don't mind. Either it is not worth reading or you have too much else to do. However for those of you passing by let me - if I may - list some shows on the final 3 days of that you ought to make sure that you catch before Fringe 2013 ends. 

(If your show is not listed - well I'm sorry, do your very best to promote it. I really do hope you've enjoyed Buxton 2013 and we look forward to meeting you again in July 2014 - watch out for an announcement on the dates).

1] Sue Prince - Painted Tales in the Buxton Museum
2] The Great Dome Art Fair (Saturday & Sunday)
3] Amazing Landmarks & Legends in the Art Cafe, Pavilion Gardens
4] Around the World in 80 Days (Underground Venues) - last show on Saturday at 1pm
5] Not the Messiah - last show at 2.30pm on Sunday
6] Spoonface Steinberg - last show Friday at 7.30pm
7] Poldy & Elrieke - A Touch of the Dutch - last show Friday at 5.30pm
8] Titus Andronicus - last show Saturday at 9pm
9] Derbyshire County Youth Orchestra - Friday at 7.30pm
10] Reg, Henry & Jess - an evening of contemporary song, Saturday at 8pm
11] High Peak Orchestra - Sunday at 7.30 performing one of conductor Andrew Hodkinson's favourite pieces, Delius' Florida Suite.

And I've not even mentioned the day of Morris dance (Saturday), personal favourites like Project Adorno (Friday and Saturday) or one of the hardest working Fringe 2013 bands Nine Feet North (final show - and you've earned a rest - on Saturday at 2.30pm).

So spend 10 minutes going through the programme one last time and cram these next three days full of music, art, theatre, dance, song and comedy.