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Reviewed 10 August 2015

We were lucky to have great weather, which made this visit that much better. A theatre carved into a cliff side is even more impressive than it sounds. The seating is very steep, so might scare someone afraid of heights. The backdrop of the sea is beautiful though, and we wished we could have stayed for a show.

Date of experience: August 2015
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Reviewed 10 August 2015

We went on a sunny July morning and this setting was simply stunning. I remember seeing this on TV many years ago and as we were in the area thought it was worth a visit and how right we were. The upkeep in amazing and the facility is clean, but you must have good legs to access as there are lots of steep steps.

Date of experience: July 2015
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Reviewed 10 August 2015

Wow. we had seen photos online before our visit, but nothing prepared us to have our breath taken away as it was . We literally could only stand at the top and try to take it all in for a few moments. It was stunning,

We wandered all around the site, and loved seeing the decades of progress, and variety of seating, and the permanent parts of the sets. What a backdrop for theatre!

We were able to see the show that night, and it was just so much fun! Do take blankets and rain ponchos, as it can get rather cool and windy, and the rain can blow in unexpectedly. T

The food is not over-priced, and the seat cushions fro hire for a quid are well worth it. Actually, we had the best chicken pasty of our trip to Cornwall right there!

Love how they allow the local theatre groups to perform there. What an experience that must be.

Date of experience: July 2015
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Reviewed 9 August 2015

Have always wanted to visit this place and when we booked a surfing trip to Cornwall decided to include a trip here on our last day. Took my two youngest children, nephew and sister who uses a wheelchair to a story telling session by John Brolly. This place is absolutely stunning and well worth visit. John Brolly was amazing playing all, the parts in The Tempest. Will definitely try and book a full length show next time. Wheelchair access was good. You can take your own picnic. View of Porthcurno beach is outstanding, crystal clear waters.

Date of experience: July 2015
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Reviewed 9 August 2015

We were amazed by the theatre and the views from it. Its well worth making the effort. The nearby village is very interesting with lots to do, you could spend the whole day at the theatre and village.

I would love to see a production performed here!

Date of experience: September 2014
Thank Jonathan B
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