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Latest Cornwall theatre performance news from music and ballet to panto and opera. Read theatre and panto reviews for shows at theatres in Cornwall such as Redannick Theatre in Truro, plus interviews with the cast and find out what's on and the availability of theatre tickets.

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    Early birds

    GATHER up your posse, it's time to head out to the wild frontier this summer with award-winning Miracle for a rootin'-tootin', side-splittin', finger-clickin',...

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    A wild woodland feast with Rogue Kitchen

    This May half term Rogue is serving up a deliciously different kind of wild theatre experience in Tehidy Woods with a feast from the flames, literally.Rogue...

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    REVIEW: Every Brilliant Thing

    HOW many brilliant things do you have in your life?And does that make it worth living? Duncan Macmillan's play Every Brilliant Thing, based, it is said, on true...

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    ​Dirty Dancing returns to the stage

    Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage returns to the South West this summer.The show is an unprecedented live experience, exploding with heart-poundi...

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    Rhum and black humour

    RHUM and Clay Theatre have elements of dance and mime, comedy and drama to unpack a story that is filled with humour and sadness, life and death.This Friday, 64...

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    The Billy Fury Story arrives in Truro

    CELEBRATING the music of Britain's own Elvis, 'Billy Fury', Halfway to Paradise is at Hall for Cornwall this June.Billy Fury was one of the UK's most iconic...

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    REVIEW: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

    ONE of a thousand Holocaust tales that should be heard, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, I'm ashamed to say, just didn't engage.John Boyne's simplistic but...

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    Enjoy some cider on the rocks

    IT'S proving to be a good year for Cornish actor Dean Nolan. He is about to start a six-month run in both Measure To Measure and The Oresteia at Shakespeare's...

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    REVIEW: Top Hat

    Set in 1930s London and Venice, Top Hat tells the love story of famous Broadway dancer Jerry Travers and the beautiful young DaleTremont. For Jerry, it is love...

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    ​REVIEW: Don Quixote

    FOR a swift piece of Mancha madness, Little Soldier's Don Quixote hits the spot.With delicate on-stage Spanish guitar playing by deadpan composer Maria...

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    Rosanna's Rosie ...

    FOLLOWING sell-out tours in Cornwall over the past seven years, Trebiggan Productions (formerly BishBashBosh Productions) presents its version of Laurie Lee's...

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    One-man comedy play at china clay museum

    FRESH from the huge success of his 2014 tour show, Getting Lost in My Hometown, storytelling comedian Paul Richards is back with his new show, Inadequate Man,...

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    Students give Macbeth a touch of noir

    REIMAGINED in the dark and mysterious world of 1940s Noir, FECCLES (Falmouth and Exeter Cornwall Campus Light Entertainment Society) brings you Macbeth –...

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    Joly good show at Port

    DOM JOLY, Shappi Khorsandi, Mitch Benn, Murray Lachlan Young, Sara Pascoe and Jonny Fluffypunk as well as festival regulars Simon Munnery and Elvis McGonagall,...

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    Hall or nothing with American stand-up

    RICH HALL, star of critically acclaimed BBC 4 documentaries including Rich Hall's Continental Drifters, Rich Hall's The Dirty South and How The West Was Lost,...