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If you're looking for culture, look no further than Cheshire's Peak District, with an eclectic events calendar offering everything from rural opera, experimental jazz and open air theatre, to stand up comedy and a world class art biennial.
Many events are staged in the historic houses that are dotted across the region, adding a unique atmosphere to the variety of performances.
Gawsworth Hall stages an impressively diverse open air theatre programme, and Tatton Park's picnic concerts feature world class artists and fabulous fireworks, located in a stunning lakeside setting.
Visit concerts, festivals and farmers’ markets, dress to impress for an opera performed in a unique rural opera theatre or call in at an exhibition about the area’s fascinating silk weaving history.
Here you'll find full listings of what's on in Cheshire's Peak District throughout the year.
There’s something for everyone...
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Sat 28 Nov – Sun 20 Dec - Father Christmas at the Farm - Come and see your favourite farmyard friends when you visit Father Christmas and his reindeer Prancer and Dancer. Weekends only. Free gift for children
Show / Display
The Wilmslow Christmas Festival will be open from 2 to 6pm on Friday 4th December, 10am to 6pm on Saturday and 2pm to 5pm on the Sunday with the carol sing at 7.30pm. Entrance is free.
Combining seasonal 16th century music with winter tales, this concert will help ease you into the Christmas spirit. Renowned early music group Piva is joining forces with storyteller Tom Hughes to show you a medieval Christmas!
See Arley Hall – home to the ancestors of the current Lord Ashbrook for the past 500 years – decked out with hundreds of fresh, festive flowers in a traditional style.
Fete / Fair
An atmospheric and lively market with over 75 stalls selling local homemade and home grown produce and crafts. Children’s activities and live entertainment.
Enjoy a taste of a Tudor Christmas with decorations, displays, entertainment, music and storytelling for all ages.
Enjoy a jaunty work by Grainger, a new piece by NCO’s James Manson; a deep and dramatic work by Shostakovich; Paganini’s deliciously nimble Moto Perpetuo.
Hailed as one of the world's greatest gospel choirs, the London Adventist Chorale returns by popular request , to perform their annual Christmas special.
Tickets: £15, £20, £25, £30, Students £10, Children, U16 £8
Fete / Fair
This Christmas Special promises to be colourful and full of surprises, local independent traders and makers to the fore, with the added attraction of a live music performance space. 12.30pm – 3.30pm - Admission Free