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Fans of Buxton Opera House can now hear more from their favourite theatre with the launch of their new podcast.

The Cast from Buxton Opera House will give listeners the chance to take a peek behind the scenes, with interviews, masterclasses, history and more.

Directors, performers, artists and creatives will share their experiences and knowledge, giving audiences an insight into the people that help keep the opera house running, and performers who visit it.

Emma Oaks, Head of Marketing & Audiences, said: “It’s so exciting to be expanding how audiences can learn more about Buxton Opera House.

“It’s thanks to the Culture Recovery Fund that we are able to make this podcast series and discover new ways of communicating with our audiences.”

The first two episodes are now available to download on Apple Podcasts or your preferred podcast provider, where you can also subscribe to it. 

Featuring in the first two podcast’s listeners will find out about Chief Executive Paul Kerryson who is also a renowned director.

Future episodes will include an interview with the set designers of A Little Night Music, Buxton Opera House’s first co-production with Buxton International Festival. 

The Cast from Buxton Opera House, hosted by Helen Naylor, BOH’s Press and Content Officer, will be broadcast monthly and is produced by local podcast producer Pete Allen from Carrot Cruncher Media.

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