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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.
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Contemporary art in the mansion: Following on from her successful exhibition at Manchester Cathedral, Manchester based Portuguese artist Christina Rodrigues brings her fascinating form of art to the opulent staterooms of Tatton’s mansion.
Andrea Zapp: Inspired by Macclesfield is the latest collection by Manchester based designer Andrea Zapp - her collection takes inspiration from the Macclesfield Silk Industry and is on display until September.
From 27 June – 31 August, Lyme Park will be exhibiting original artwork by Axel Scheffler, illustrator of ‘The Gruffalo’, ‘The Gruffalo’s Child’, ‘Room on a Broom’ and many other children’s favourites.
As part of the 'Selling Egypt' project exploring the Egyptian collections of 4 North West museums, photographer Sara Porter has produced a series of images looking at the objects from a new perspective.
The 6th ever Congleton Jazz and Blues Festival will hit the right notes and have residents dancing into the midnight hour over the August bank holiday weekend.
A terrific celebration of English country life. Visit the farm for a weekend of traditional English fayre and fun. Take part in the egg and spoon race or show your strength in the Farm's tug of war.
Fete / Fair
Treacle Market is an eagerly awaited monthly event in the Macclesfield calendar which also attracts a loyal following of regular visitors from much further afield who love its unique ambience and 130+ stalls in and around the cobbled Marketplace.
Opportunity to see the giant Stott mill engine "in steam" on the Sunday and Monday over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Show / Display
Time: 10am - 4pm. Prices: Adults £8 Children 7-14 £3 Under 7s free Parking free. Hall opens from 12 noon (last admission 3.30 pm) Hall Admission £2 (all accompanied children up to 16 years are free) Butlers Pantry open 11am - 4.30 pm
Jazz and Pimms on a lazy summer adults only evening at Lyme Park - Start your weekend in style and enjoy a lazy summer evening sitting the the lake at Lyme Park, listening to the wonderful Ged Hone Jazz Band with a glass of Pimms in your hand.
Take in the views of the Derbyshire Peaks, the imposing south front of the Lyme House and immerse yourself in the elegance of the Edwardian era.
5.30pm – 8pm