Miracle Scrapbook


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June 13

Grow your own & support Miracle!

Ever fancied having a go at growing your own veggies? Well, now’s the time ! Get yourself a packet of Miracle Grow seeds at the show this summer and see if you’ve got green fingers!

To encourage you to get planting ( and a lovely opportunity for us to get together and have some fun!) Miracle will be hosting its first ever Miracle Grow Harvest Festival in October.

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May 31

WORKSHOP AUDITION DAY 2017

On July 10th Miracle, in partnership with Cultivator, will be holding an actors’ workshop/audition day at the Miracle Space, Krowji Redruth.
This is not an audition for a specific role or project and the invited participants will not be asked to perform a rehearsed audition piece.

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May 18

About Flann O’Brien

Flann O’Brien was born in 1912. His life, like his writing, was as tragic as it was comic: comic in that the handful of books that he produced are ranked by some (including Graham Greene and Dylan Thomas) as some of the most brilliant humour ever written; tragic in that heavy drinking incapacitated him and shortened his life.






April 10

Fancy Volunteering?

Join us this summer!


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March 27

Adult Theatre Workshops

We're running free theatre workshops for adults (19+) in partnership with the Workers Education Association (WEA) in Redruth, St Austell, St Ives and Penryn.

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March 14

Young People’s Workshop this Spring!

Sign up for Miracle Theatre’s Young People’s Drama and Singing Workshop this spring!

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December 22

Cinderella Review, Visit Cornwall

We all love a Christmas panto – oh yes we do – so when Visit Cornwall was invited to see one of the first performances of the Miracle Theatre’s, Cinderella, we couldn’t wait for curtains up. Here’s what we thought…
The Fairy Godmother’s glam new frock has always been something of a game changer for our favourite fairy-tale princess, Cinderella, but who knew what a revolution the genius Miracle Theatre could have on her rags to riches tale (well, except for Miracle Theatre’s legion of fans). Writer Bill Scott has turned the story of Cinderella on its head, spun it around and sprinkled a liberal helping of Miracle charm.
December 22

Cinderella Review The Packet, Falmouth

Cinderella is fit for a princess! You shall go to the ball this Christmas, or at least you should, as Miracle Theatre present Falmouth with a Cinderella at once modern and incredibly traditional.
The show mixes good old Victorian style theatrics - rickety stage pulleys and gunpowder fuelled special effects - with a postmodern twist which allows theatregoers to see through the spectacle to the 'backstage' behind
December 22

Cinderella Review, Cornwall Live

Miracle Theatre's new Christmas show is uniquely, well, Miracle. Which other company would stage a traditional panto but as produced by cack-handed 19th century repertory players?
Everything about this show is a joy – from the Victorian staging of Cinderella to the "play within a play" knockabout humour which reaches hysterical levels of farce, but without the ludicrous aspects of that genre; from the engaging use of music by 17th century composer Henry Purcell to the gifted cast.