We're delighted to be touring to over 45 amazing open air venues across the South West: beaches, playing places, amphitheatres, gardens, castles and clifftops, including the most famous clifftop venue in Britain, the Minack Theatre 24th to 28th June. This venue is truly magnificent, carved into the cliff at Porthcurno it takes our breath away everytime! You can find out details and book tickets for all of our venues by clicking through the links from the tour dates or from our curent show page. We will be posting more summer information over the comming weeks, do keep your eyes peeled for cast and crew news!
Sarah and Jonathan wake up together in a Las Vegas motel room with pounding headaches and only vague recollections of the night before. In a mission to discover the truth, they piece together the facts using a combination of clues and lively re-enactments.
Part detective drama, part dark farce and bursting with their trademark energy, ‘Owdyado’s new outing twists, turns, perplexes, excites and mesmerises, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats from start to finish.
Directed by Simon Harvey (Kneehigh, o-region) and written and performed by Daniel Richards (Miracle Theatre, Near-ta Theatre) and Charlotte Bister (Miracle Theatre).
Box Office: 01726 879500 or online crbo.co.uk Tickets: £8, £7 concessions (cash only on the door)
Refreshments: Tea, Coffee & Cake! The Melting Pot bar will be open & you’re welcome to bring drinks over.
Advance booking highly recommended as there's limited number of seats in our cozy space! :)
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To everyone who came to see our 'Importance of Being Earnest' at HFC last week.
It was a delight to for us get the cast back togther again and see them perform the show on such a great stage. Once again we have been blown away by so much positive feedback. One audience memeber told us that it was her 7th time seeing our 'Earnest' and that she had seen Frankenstien! 3 times over the winter! Whether you have been recently introduced to Miracle Theatre or a long standing and ardant super fan, we'd all like to say a huge thank you for all your suport! We'll be back out on the road in June for our summer tour and hope to see you again then!
The Importance of Being Earnest at HFC, Truro 7 & 8 March 2013
" Urge Everyone to go and see it!" Audienec feedback summer 2012
‘After a damp summer spent entertaining audiences in the great outdoors, we are delighted to be bringing our production of ‘the funniest play ever written’ The Importance of Being Earnest to the Hall for Cornwall,’ says director Bill Scott. ‘These are the sort of comfortable and civilized surroundings to which Oscar Wilde’s ‘trivial comedy for serious people’ is best suited and we would like to invite all members of polite society to join us for a couple of hours of unbridled merriment.’
With 1912-inspired design by Alan and Jude Munden, a sound track of toe-tapping Ragtime tunes and choreography by Kyla Goodey, come along and join this this multi-skilled and popular cast when they perform this classic production, in all its glory, on Cornwall’s largest stage!
Cast: Benjamin Dyson as the formidable ‘handbag!’ Lady Bracknell, Wesley Griffith playing Algernon Moncreiff, Catherine Lake, playing Miss Gwendolen Fairfax, Rebecca Rowe as Cecily Cardew, Dominic Power as Dr Chasuble and Ciaran Clarke, in the role of Jack Worthing
Thursday 7th March 7:30pm & Friday 8th March, 2: 30pm & 7:30pm
HFC Box Office 01872 266466 or online hallforcornwall.co.uk
The ultimate monster mash up returns to Falmouth this time at the Princess Pavilion on Sunday 24 February. Box Office: 01326 211 222 & HFC
“It’s been a couple of years since we’ve performed at Princess Pavilion, so we’re really looking forward to being back there. It is such a great space and being in Falmouth, Miracle’s ‘home turf’, always makes the performances extra special, so we hope this will make our final Frankenstein! a night to remember!!” Annie Ukleja
This time last year it was all systems go preparing Tin - our biggest project to date! Our extra special collaboration with English Touring Opera, commissioned by the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, delved deep into the lives and loves of a Cornish mining community and has now been selected as one of Arts Council England’s (ACE) cultural highlights of 2012.
With only 12 projects highlighted (1 for each month) in what was undoubtedly a strong programme of arts and culture (Jubilee events and the Olympic and Paralympic cultural programme) Bill Scott’s production is ranked among ACE initiatives including sculptor Anthony Gormley’s collaboration with choreographer Hofesh Shechter and the flagship Cultural Olympiad project ‘Unlimited Festival’ at London's Southbank Centre which ran for the duration of the Paralympic Games.
“I'm bowled over that Miracle Theatre and English Touring Opera have received this recognition from the Arts Council – and, of course, we couldn’t have produced the project at all without their support’ says Miracle Theatre’s Artistic Director, Bill Scott “Tin was a unique project and all two hundred people who collaborated in making it should feel extremely proud of their achievement”
Click here to read the more information, including reactions on achieving this accolade from Tim Yealland (Artistic Associate, Education for English Touring Opera) and Deborah Boden, (Co-ordinator of Cornish Mining World Heritage Site).
We love hearing what you think of our shows! Here’s a little taste of what audiences have been saying about Frankenstein!
“Had face ache when I got in from laughing and smiling so much!”
Saw “Frankenstein" tonight and it was superb. It was funny, entertaining and melancholy. So beautifully paced and truly entertaining....it really felt like you performed it for the audience.
Would just like to say I brought my 9 year old daughter to see you and we loved the performance of Frankenstein! Your theatre company never fails to impress us-hope you come back soon!
Music, lighting effects, dynamic scene changes within such a small space, witty humour, projected film sequences with live vocals in parts was an ace twist and the use of shadow puppets to take you on a journey, all of which were brilliant – Thank you!
After a sell out run over Christmas and the New Year, Miracle hit the road zig zagging across Cornwall before heading off out of county into Dorset, Devon and Somerset until February.
Miracle's dedication to rual touring was given a nod of recognition as part of the Guardian Guide last weekend:
“British theatre is all the better for small companies such as the Cornwall–based Miracle, which tours to communities that are nowhere near a major theatre venue” Lyn Gardner
Do keep an eye on the tour dates listed on the website as there are new venues and dates added to the tour which are not included on the promotional flyer - the first of which is this week: Wednesday 9th January, Porthtowan Village Hall, 7:30pm