About Miracle

  • Studio shoot, Tin, 2012

  • Aladdin, 2005

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

  • Frankenstein!, 2012

About Miracle

Miracle has been touring original, inventive theatre across the UK since 1979. It is one of the South West’s most distinctive voices.

Miracle has come a long way since it began life, but it has also stayed put in Cornwall. It produces a rich-mix of touring theatre from new writing and to popular adaptations of classic plays. Its work is always entertaining, innovative and unpretentious.

 

In summer, Miracle pops-up in unexpected places: on beaches and cliff tops and in amphitheatres, gardens, castles. The rest of the year, its fine-tuned flexibility enables it to adapt to venues of all shapes and sizes – from village halls to grand theatres!

Miracle’s projects are collaborative, bringing together artists, actors, musicians, writers and makers from around Cornwall to create work with a unique offbeat style, a joyful use of language and an immediate visual appeal.

It skilfully integrates the very latest technology with traditional storytelling to bring together audiences of all ages across the South West and beyond.

  • The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin, 2009

  • Romeo & Juliet, 2010

  • Tin Community Chorus, 2012

A Miracle history

Miracle’s most recent productions include: Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett (2013), Frankenstein! by Bill Scott and Tom Adams (2012), The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde (2012) and Tin by Bill Scott (2012).

The company has produced 50 projects in 35 years and has toured 57 times. It has produced 44 touring theatre productions, including 26 original plays.

It is currently in post-production of its first feature film, Tin.

 

1979 Miracle’s first production: The Beginning of the World an adaptation of the Cornish Ordinalia. Seen by approx. 2,000 people.

1984 – 1986 Miracle tour with a Yellow Pyramid Tent hosting McBeth, Waiting for Godot and Shooting Star

1988 – 1993 Miracle worked with English Heritage, putting on shows that were educational as well and entertaining at castles across UK including The Great Enterprise and Cabbages and Kings

1993 Miracle’s first indoor production: Aladdin

1995 Miracle gets its first pink van

2005 Miracle becomes regularly funded by Arts Council England

2014 35th Anniversary tour of The Tempest, estimated audience 15,000