Something new this way comes…
Buxton Opera House always endeavours to be at the forefront of delivering top entertainment. However you may not have been alone in noticing while we are very lucky to have the Opera House and Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton is lacking in one area.
Buxton has been without a dedicated cinema since the closure of the Spa Cinema in the 1980s. High Peak Theatre Trust, who runs the Opera House and Pavilion Arts, has decided to do something about it. In December they will be opening their doors to welcome film goers once more!
Buxton Cinema at The Pavilion Arts Centre will be updated to a 350 seat cinema with a new and larger screen, and new projector for you to enjoy all the latest blockbusters. The cinema is a developing project with more exciting changes being introduced over time.
Helen Naylor, Press and Content Officer for Buxton Opera House, who own the arts centre said, “with all the regeneration happening in Buxton now, this is perfect timing and the local community really have longed for a cinema to return to Buxton – for visitors and locals alike to enjoy. And located right in the town centre, it has many advantages”
“Buxton residents will have the bonus of not having to make their way to Macclesfield, Chesterfield or Manchester to see the latest blockbusters, it’s fantastic for the town”.
The ticket price will also be considerably cheaper than your standard multiplex.
Fans of community cinema Buxton Film will be pleased to know that it is still going strong and will continue to show a variety of Arthouse films in the Studio Theatre.
For now their debut film is shrouded in mystery, but they will be opening in December with a bang, so, keep your eyes peeled for clues in the coming months!
To buy tickets contact Buxton Opera House Box Office, Tel: 01298 72190 or visit: www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk