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The End of the Affair 28th and 29th April 2015

Starring Neil Roberts (Holby City), George Telfer (Emmerdale) and Sarah Stanley (Alan Ayckbourn’s Roundelay)

Set in London during and just after World War II, The End of the Affair tells the story of up and coming writer Maurice Bendrix and his passionate relationship with Sarah Miles, the wife of an impotent civil servant.

After a violent episode at Maurice’s apartment, Sarah suddenly and without explanation breaks off the affair. This very intimate story examines themes of obsession and jealousy, enhanced by writer Graham Greene’s evocative analysis of the love of self, the love of another, and the love of God.

Acclaimed theatre company Talking Scarlet brings this classic text to stage following visits to the Opera House with Devil at Midnight and Double Death.

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 reception@oldhallhotelbuxton.co.uk.

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The Buxton Spa Prize 2015

The Buxton Spa Prize is an open art competition to celebrate the town’s culture, natural beauty and heritage. Over 50 artists entered the first year in 2014. One of the Buxton Spa Prize is to make the town an internationally recognised centre for visual arts.
1st Prize is £5000 and they are now open for entries. With the exhibition and judging taking place from the 17th July – 31st August.

Visit www.buxtonspaprize.co.uk for more details.

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Paddy McGuinness at the Buxton Opera House 28th October 2015

The star of ITV’s Take Me Out and Channel 4’s Phoenix Night, Paddy McGuinness makes his long-awaited return to stand-up with Buxton being announced as a new date on his tour. In his new show, Daddy McGuinness, the comedian will be sharing with audiences several stories about becoming a dad for the first time.

We have been allocated a few of these exclusive tickets to sell along with our theatre packages!!!

Enjoy a 2 course pre show dinner, tickets to see Paddy McGuinness at the Buxton Opera House, overnight accommodation and an award winning Full English Breakfast all from £92.00 per person based on 2 guests sharing a room.

These tickets wont be around for long so book now on 01298 22841 or reception@oldhallhotelbuxton.co.uk.

Stone Cold Murders at the Buxton Opera House

Stone Cold Murders - By James Cawood

Starring Nick Barclay and Freya Copeland.

A tense thriller set in deep winter in the English Lake District. Olivia and Robert, owners of the Langstrath Country House Hotel, are enjoying the success of their first season and the respite of the winter break when their solitude is disrupted by the appearance of Ramsay, a lost climber looking for shelter. As the evening unfolds, it becomes apparent that Ramsay’s presence in this desolate spot is anything but a coincidence, and soon events take a murderous turn.

In conjunction with the Buxton Opera House we can offer you the best seats for Stone Cold Murders at the Buxton Opera House on the 15th – 18th April 2015.

Book tickets for the show, plus an overnight stay with pre or post show dinner. Relax in one of our unique bedrooms overnight and wake up to an award winning full English breakfast.

Book your theatre break at the Old Hall Hotel with tickets included on 01298 22841 or reception@oldhallhotelbuxton.co.uk

Walkers Welcome

Walkers Welcome

Having very proudly been awarded our Visit England Quality in Tourism Walker Welcome we are delighted to be able to offer walkers the confidence they need when booking quality accommodation that meets their particular needs. We can safely assure that there is a separate space for drying outdoor clothing and footwear overnight. Boot scrapers are at the main door. There is also always a first aid kit on hand for any unfortunate bump and bruises. On entering the hotel, there is a daily forecast on display to assist planning any trek, and maps available at reception. If you’re lucky, one the helpful member of staff can also advise on desirable local routes and hidden gems.
The surrounding area in the High Peak and the Peak District is rich with walks. The Peak District is reputed to be second only to Mount Fuji in terms of visitors. With impressive hills, moorland, woodland and beautiful views, the impressive and diverse landscape offers something for everyone’s walking preferences.
After a hard day walk, the warm and inviting atmosphere of the Old Hall is a delight, with a vast array of options available either in the A La Carte Restaurant, or the more relaxed Wine Bar.