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  • The Play That Goes Wrong Hall For Cornwall

    The Play That Goes Wrong gets it so right

    The cult comedy – West End hit and Broadway's longest running show – is on tour and at Hall For Cornwall this week. If you're thinking of going, read on for all the deets, courtesy of Muddy Northhants who caught it earlier in the year...

  • Madalena Alberto in Evita at Hall For Cornwall

    Musical must-see: Evita, Hall For Cornwall

    Who's up for a big old musical romp? Following its smash hit London run, Bill Kenwright’s multi award-winning Evita comes to Cornwall. But is she worthy of your affections?

  • Muddy Must-See: Charge

    Motionhouse's electrifying, new dance-circus show Charge is coming to Hall For Cornwall. Take the kids and be amazed!

  • See This: The Third Policeman

    Muddy catches Miracle Theatre’s brilliantly bonkers, touring summer show at Mount Pleasant Eco Park. Here’s why you should grab some tickets too…

    • Muddy Reviews: Sexy Cinderella Story – Nell Gwynn

      We often get things a bit late down here in Cornwall but one of the benefits is that another Muddy Editor is almost certain to have seen the hot new play before it reaches us. Case in point, heart-warming, bawdy comedy Nell Gwynn - already reviewed by Muddy Sussex (or Debbie as we like to call her), so that I can share with you nice and early and decide whether I fancy it myself. She writes...

    • Two Outdoor Theatre Events You Won’t Want to Miss

      Pioneering Cornish companies Rogue Theatre and WildWorks deliver drama, myth and magic in the great outdoors. Find out about their upcoming productions and get yourself some tickets booked quick, because they won’t hang around.

      • A Proper Cornish Panto

        Hall for Cornwall’s hilarious, homegrown Christmas show, starring Kernow King and Granville Saxon, is a feel-good adventure for all the family. But if you don’t live in Cornwall, some of the gags might be lost on you. From the moment our unlikely hero Kenwyne snuggles down for bed under the Cornish flag with a giant pasty, […]

      • Muddy Review: Pride & Prejudice

        Who doesn’t love the story of Miss Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy? It’s a story that’s had a long life and numerous interpretations since Jane Austen’s novel was first published in 1813, both on screen and on stage. This Thursday, Regent’s Park Theatre bring their own production to Hall for Cornwall in Truro. Since I’m double […]

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