From 15 July
An epic fable of love, war and destiny, brimming with passion and laced with humour, from Cornwall's award winning Miracle Theatre, a brand new adaptation by Bill Scott with music by Tom Adams.
Gather up your friends and family for a special evening under the stars this summer!
Miracle has a reputation for producing fresh and truthful adaptions, by trimming the text to the bone and fleshing it out with original music, physical performance and a joyful use of language!
Based on Calderon's greatest play, La Vida Es Sueño, published 20 years after Shakespeare's death Life's a Dream is regarded as the jewel in the crown of Spain's golden age of theatre.
young Woman, travelling through a wild and mountainous region, discovers a Prince who has been imprisoned by his father since birth, to foil a prophecy that he will bring disaster to the world and death to the King. Prompted by the Woman, the King is overcome with remorse and sets his son free, giving him the chance to prove his good character. But is it ever possible to escape one's fate?
Suitable for anyone and everyone.
Cast: Tom Adams, Hannah Stephens, Catherine Lake, Steve Jacobs, Ben Kernow and Richard Hainsworth.
Thurs 21 & Friday 22 July 7:30pm |Trelissick Garden Feock, nr Truro TR3 6QL
Advance Ticket prices: £14 adults £12 concessions (over 65) £8 under 16's Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 under 16's) £37
O BOOK CALL HFC: 01872 262 466 | www.miracletheatre.co.uk
Advanced booking highly recommended
THURSDAY 21 JULY - TAKE THE BOAT TO THE SHOW!
Once again Miracle has teamed up Fal River to run their popular show boats this summer!
Showboat tickets, which includes boat and theatre and priority seating (no need to bring your own!) all adults £20 – under 16 £15
The showboat (Fal River's Duchess of Cornwall ) will depart Prince of Wales Pier Falmouth, 6pm – performance start 7:30pm and should return to the quay between 10:30pm and 11pm.
Advance booking essential due to limited availability call HFC 01872 262 466 or book online
Parking is available on the quay and in Falmouth town centre – Maritime Museum & The Dell
*Please note there is an uphill walk to Trelissick*