Wednesday, 21 July 2010

St Ives Cornwall - Open Air Theatre

 Medusa The Celt - The Island St Ives

Some top-class open air theatre is being staged in St Ives this summer.

Next Sunday (25th July) Miracle Theatre are bringing their touring production of Romeo and Juliet to Tregenna Castle. Starts at 7.30 pm.
'Miracle creates a totally original world where senses soar and humour is found in unexpected places - a production to captivate audiences of all ages.'
Tickets £10.00 (adults) £6.00 (children) - call Tregenna on 01736 795 254.

Then next Wednesday (28th July) True West Productions, with Cube Theatre and Bedlam Theatre Company, stage Medusa The Celt on The Island. Also on Wednesdays 4th and 11th August. Starts at 8.00 pm.
'A journey into the myth of The Gorgon - whose face turned all who looked at her to stone. A story about the true history of the Celts, within the Celtic landscape of Cornwall. Revealing an amazing secret about the people of Cornwall ...... one that will change your view of the past, and also perhaps of the present.'
Starts at 8.00 pm. Tickets £8.50 (adults), £5.00 (under 16s), £20.00 (family) from:
Cornish Riviera Box Office.

Wednesday 18th August sees the opening night of Much Ado About Nothing on The Island, a production by Rough Coast and St Ives Community Play. Also on 19th - 21st August and 15th - 18th September. Starts at 7.30 pm.
'Set just after the second world war, this is a flag waving, heart stopping production that wll have you singing, dancing and eating spam with glee.'
Tickets £8.00 (on the gate), £6.00 (advance) from:
St Ives Tourist Information Centre - 01736 796297.
Cornish Riviera Box Office

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