In Cornwall we have a wealth of fantastic theatre companies creating a huge range of theatre. From shows for families to parkour performance, from site specific to online theatre. Here is just a snapshot of what’s on offer.
On Sunday Wildworks live streamed their production of Meet Me at the Edge. Due to a national restriction by The National Trust the in person (and Covid safe) event was unable to take place as previously planned. However, the ever resourceful Wildworks bought the landscape into our living rooms through the magic of YouTube.
The Festival of Curious Puppetry is coming to Cornwall from the 27th January - 14th March 2020. Offering 8 unique puppetry performances, 6 inspirational evenings of talks and an exhibition showcasing puppets from around the world, come and experience the magical world of puppetry.
Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of rum, it’s time to take to the high seas with Miracle Theatre’s production of Treasure Island.
This Christmas enjoy the festive Dickens classic like never before. Set in the streets of Camborne town, join the grumpy Scrooge on his journey through Christmas past, present and future and find out what he learns on the way!
The live action theatre show adapted from Antonia Barber’s beloved children’s book is back in Mousehole for a fourth year running. Join Cousin Jack’s theatre company as they create another magical experience for families this Christmas.
Here are our top picks of Christmas theatre for all the family to enjoy.
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A brand new action-packed adventure to celebrate Miracle's 40th Birthday.
An epic promenade show performed through the garden
Enjoy a heart warming performance of ‘The Secret Garden’ at the Minack this April.
A true story of hope from the dark days of the Great War
Last year, WildWorks made a triumphant return to Cornwall with the acclaimed production Wolf’s Child on the Trelowarren Estate. This year, they return with a brand new show at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey, Cornwall.
Four years ago, 5,000 people watched one of the most emotional scenes ever performed in Cornwall as soldiers disappeared silently into the sunset among the gentle sway of poppies at the Lost Gardens of Heligan.