This year, our GSOPERA TV advent series will celebrate our return to Buxton Opera House as the main venue of the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival.

We present some of our favourite productions to have taken place in the stunning theatre over the last 29 years - with a different production every day.

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A Gilbert & Sullivan Festival Season

Every day until Christmas, you can step into a year of the Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Buxton Opera House. Enjoy long lost highlights of the last two decades as well as some firm favourites from recent years.

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What's On(line)

Every day we will be adding another highlight from another year of the International G&S Festival in Buxton Opera House. All productions are included in your subscription and can be watched on demand at your convenience.

How to Watch


On your phone, on your tablet, on your PC, on your TV.

Watch On-demand

Once you purchase your digital pass, you will get access to the 2022 productions to watch and enjoy on-demand as often as you would like until September 5th.

Watch on the TV

You can stream directly to your TV from our dedicated GSOPERA.TV FireStick App. You can also use ChromeCast or AirPlay to cast from your smartphone, tablet or computer and enjoy all our productions on the big screen.

How To Buy

You can pay with your credit or debit card, Apple or Google Pay or PayPal at the link below.

Purchases must be made directly through the website and you can then enjoy the productions through our fantastic apps or website. All payments are in GBP and we accept international payments.

Where To Watch

You can tune into GSOPERA from anywhere in the world. Whether you're 5 miles down the road or 5000 miles away - anyone can tune in and watch our on-demand content or live productions.

All payments are handled in Pound Sterling and we accept payment from all countries.


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GSOPERA's Live from Buxton series (2021) was the greatest innovation in the Festival's recent history. It provided us with an incredible lifeline and made us feel like part of the Festival, even when we couldn't make it. Thank you everyone!

M Pemberton