An international sell-out show. The world’s three most stupid musicians entertain with their hilarious antics as they compete, ridicule, argue and seduce their way through Bach to Beatles. “Classical music for all ages and shoe sizes” The Sunday Times. In association with Venue Cornwall Tickets £8, £7 Children £4
Little Soldier Theatre Company
Inspired by Don Quixote’s wanderings, two feisty señoritas and a downtrodden Englishman embark on a journey through Spain. Accompanied only by an otherworldly virtuoso guitarist whose presence there makes no sense whatsoever, they will lead you to joy, pain and ulti- mate wisdom.
Little Soldier presents a hilariously inventive adventure of immense proportions, to be taken with a pinch of salt and a handlebar moustache.
Tickets £10, £8, Children £5
presents ZONK FM
Is anybody there?
Zonk FM is a poignant new comedy featuring well-known Miracle performers Sally Crooks, Keri Jessiman, Steve Jacobs and making his Miracle debut, Jake Tindle
This roller coaster of a show explores other people’s reality with fast paced physical humour, tenderness and disco lights!
Recommend for 12 years +
£12 – £10 (over 65 & under 26) & £8 (under 16)
ABOUT THE WRITER, ANGUS BROWN: Angus has performed in several Miracle productions including the title roles Hamlet & Quasimodo and most recently Vladimir in Waiting for Godot.
ZONK FM is his first play.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR, TOM ADAMS: Tom first worked with Miracle in 2002 as a dresser on Twelfth Night. He then went on to perform in five productions including The Case of The Frightened Lady and he was the musical director and composer for both Frankenstein! and The Magnificent Three.
ZONK FM is his directing debut.
The story of the beginning of everything inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost – told through words and music.
A show for anyone who has ever created anything (a child, a garden, a paper aeroplane) then had to watch that wonderful thing spiral out of control.
“an enchanting, very funny show, swooping from the epic to the vulnerable.” The Independent
Tickets £10, £8
On the eve of Mayday 2004 Kneehigh’s Tristan Sturrock broke his neck falling off a wall in Padstow as part of the celebrations. Paralysed in Treliske hospital and about to become a father for the first time, he was told he may never walk again.
After a sell out run at Bristol Old Vic he brings his poignant, & life-affirming true story back to his homeland Cornwall – appropriately close to Mayday 2012 – as part of a UK tour.
Since his recovery in Derriford’s spinal unit where he was put back together again, he has performed all over the world, most recently on Broadway in Kneehigh’s Brief Encounter. “
Audiences have called it ” Horrifying and wonderful… beautiful and brilliant… transporting and funny… a true celebration of theatre, life and the NHS..
Tickets £9 (£7 concessions)
We saw this wonderful show live in Edinburgh in 2015 when it won the Carol Tambor Award and was whisked off to New York.
Sadly we couldn’t get the live show to Cornwall, but this film of the stage play is the next best thing. Devised by women in an HM Prison, The Guardian described it as “exquisite…singing with everyday poetry as if the devising had unlocked a waterfall of creativity.”
“moving, intimate and superbly acted”…..New York TimesBook Online
A brand new musical is created from scratch at each performance of this Edinburgh award-winning production, where audience suggestions help to create a show on the spot. The all-singing, all-dancing cast improvise with brilliant and unpredictable results.
‘Not only is each performance achingly funny, it’s a genuinely new musical every time. Worth seeing again and again. Time Out
Tickets £9, £8 Children £4