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Keith Savage
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There's been a murrrrder!
"Breaking the Rules" - The Marian Consort are at St John's Church on 22nd July Now, we are not in favour of murder - or killing of any sort, but at the heart of many a good story there is an unlawful killing. At this year's Fringe we have experts on hand to...

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Hey, diddle-diddle. It's The Cat & Fiddle
The Cat & Fiddle Inn The word 'iconic' is tiresomely overused. So it is with some reluctance and more caution that we use it here. However, it may be justified. For those living in north Derbyshire - close to the Cheshire border - The Cat & Fiddle is a lege...

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I learn that the Lady Maisery gig at Great Longstone is sold out. This is good news. If you haven't got a ticket and want to hear them you might be faced with a longer journey. Repton is an interesting place to visit though.

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Grassington - 12-27 June has been added to this calendar.

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I've started this blog. It will be occasional rather than regular. It is not meant to be indulgent, but it may well be. I am writing for my own purposes, but others may find parts of it interesting.

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Trace Taylor and her band are playing at the Spring Bank Arts Centre, New Mills on 12 July. £1 from ever ticket sold is going to CAFOD.

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An Extraordinary Light - review of world premiere
This review may whet your appetite for the performances scheduled over the first few days of the Buxton Fringe. Dear performers and artists - please send us your news and reviews. We'll happily Blog and tweet away.  Review: An Extraordinary Light - Smiths R...

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Speaking of Festivals - the next one to arrive in Buxton is The Festival of World Cinema which runs from 25-30 March. 17 feature films in 9 languages over 6 days. From 1940s classics to a 2014 Oscar winner. www.buxtonfilm.org.uk for the full programme. Tickets from www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

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Just to say that the John Lewis Partnership is yet to sponsor the Buxton Fringe. [Though some of us remember the blessed Alan Coren being grateful to Sainsbury's "for keeping the riff-raff out of Waitrose.". Meanwhile Fringe committee members may well be found lurking around the wine shelves at Aldi.
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