Lovers of life on two wheels can pedal at a leisurely pace or take to the fast lane during the second Peak District & Derbyshire Summer of Cycling from June to August 2015.
Centrepiece of this year’s celebrations will be the three-day life, style and cycling festival Eroica Britannia, billed as ‘the most handsome festival in the world’, from June 19 to 21.
Around 3,500 cyclists from all over the UK and around the world are set to don retro gear and take to pre-1987 bikes for this year’s race on Sunday June 21, passing through some of the finest Peak District landscapes and villages en route.
For full details, plus an up-to-the-minute cycle map featuring trails and routes across the area, pick up the brand new Cycle Peak District & Derbyshire leaflet, now available at tourist information centres and other venues in and around the Peak District and Derbyshire, including Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham and Sheffield. Updates are also available online at www.summerofcycling.co.uk.
Calamity Jane can outrun and outshoot any man. Hard, boastful and desperate to impress, she travels to Chicago on the Deadwood Stage to recruit a star, Adelaid Adams.
But things don’t go too smoothly for her and it takes Wild Bill Hickok to make her see sense, and realise herSecret Love…
With an Oscar nominated score that includes The Black Hills of Dakota, The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away), Just Blew in from the Windy City and the award-winning song Secret Love, this brand new production of the classic musical from the highly acclaimed Watermill Theatre stars Jodie Prenger (Oliver!, Spamalot, One Man Two Guvnors) alongside Tom Lister (The Water Babies, Emmerdale) and a cast of multi-talented actor/musicians.
Enjoy a 2 course pre show dinner, tickets to see Calamity Jane at the Buxton Opera House, overnight accommodation and an award winning Full English Breakfast all from £102.00 per person based on 2 guests sharing a room.
These tickets won’t be around for long so book now on 01298 22841 or email@example.com.
Starting from 30th June – 30th September* two people can share the best that The Old Hall Hotel has to offer for an incredible £119 per couple.
Our Great British Summer Break includes:
- Pimms on arrival
-Overnight stay in a unique bedroom
- A two course dinner in our fabulous restaurant (starter and main course)
- An award winning breakfast
Click here to check availability or call us on 01298 22841 for more information.
*Excluding 10th – 25th July, 2015
Since it first opened in 2004, Alan Bennett’s comedy masterpiece has gone on to become one of the nation’s favourite plays.
Set in the 1980s, The History Boys is the story of a group of bright, funny and unruly sixth formers in pursuit of sex, sport and a place at university. Their maverick English teacher is at odds with the young and shrewd supply teacher, whilst their headmaster is obsessed with results and league tables. Staffroom rivalry and the anarchy of adolescence overflow, provoking insistent questions about history and how you teach it. Their Alevels may be over, but their true education is only just beginning.
Bursting with witty one-liners and thought provoking questions, a vibrant ensemble cast bring Bennett’s Oxbridge hopefuls brilliantly to life as the boys discover the true meaning of education and give their teachers some lessons of their own.
This brand new production of The History Boys fizzes with infectious energy and humour. Down to earth, relatable and incredibly funny, this is a classic entertaining night at the theatre.
Enjoy a 2 course pre show dinner, tickets to see The End of the Affair at the Buxton Opera House, overnight accommodation and an award winning Full English Breakfast all from £ per person based on 2 guests sharing a room.
These tickets wont be around for long so book now on 01298 22841 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
See 16th Century Buxton here at the Old Hall Hotel – brought to life with the tale of Mary Queen of Scots seen through the eyes of Mary Seton, her longest serving lady-in-waiting. A re-enactor, in full Tudor dress, guides you through the experiences of the imprisoned Queen and her time in Buxton. Mary Queen of Scots visited Buxton at least 5 times between 1573 and 1584 and the tour will feature writings, sketches and the symbols that were scratched on the window of The Old Hall Hotel.
- Price: £ 8.00 per person
- Length: Approx 1 hour
- Seasons: All year round
- Times: Last Saturday of the month at 10.45, 1.45 and 3.45
Also by special arrangement
Pre booking essential on 07530 457755 or email@example.com
For for information on Discover Buxton visit www.discoverbuxton.co.uk