"Amazing walk and now I feel like a mini Indiana Jones" Megan Jones
Archivist Nicky Wharton explains why it is essential to nurture wild flowers in the garden...
Finally our long awaited Agave bud has started to open...
A unique performance space set against the stunning backdrop of an award-winning sub-tropical Cornish garden. A cultural centre hosting and producing a vivid mix of theatre, music, stand-up comedy, puppetry and dance both on our stage and across Trebah Garden.
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"Cornwall is all about being outdoors and being part of your surroundings and Trebah Amphitheatre, in this breathtaking setting, really celebrates that".
Saturday 22nd July 19:30
Join Finding the Will for a night inspired by Shakespeare and Alan Bennett, Bard Heads imagines what might have happened next in Hamlet and The Tempest.
Your chance to experience live performance in the garden from the private lawn at Trebah House.
Ticket includes a free glass of bubbles on arrival! Dress to impress for this very special evening.
Thursday 3rd August 18:30
The Emperor is a lovely man, but he's not the best judge of character, and is often surrounded by idiots. What keeps him sane is the monthly Grand Parade at which he wears his newest outfit. When two swindlers spin a yarn and everyone is taken in, what price will he have to pay? Will he end up losing his crown jewels? All will be revealed in Illyria's cheekiest ever show full of larger-than-life characters, lots and lots to join in with - and an ending that will leave you helpless with laughter
NB - there is NO nudity in the production. Although one of the actors may be a little chilly...
Thursday 10th August
Animals are amazing! There are big ones, little ones, scaly ones, furry ones, friendly ones and scary ones! There are over 8 million different species of animal on earth today and in this show we're going to meet all of them! (Ok, not all of them, but quite a few).
Welcome to the Curious Creatures wildlife park, established by Jeremiah Johnson: world-renowned explorer, zoologist and animal collector. Nobody knows more about animals than him.
Unfortunately, Jeremiah Johnson is currently lost somewhere in the jungles of Africa, so he has handed the running of the park over to his inexperienced nephew Craigâ¦ and things donât quite go as planned.
Craig from Squashbox will perform Curious Creatures at 1pm and 3pm.
Performances included in cost of garden entry ticket.
Friday 11th August 19:30
Saturday 12 August at 7.30pm
Written by Flann O'Brien
Adapted by Bill Scott, Meiert Avis and Robert Bayley
This summer Cornwall's Miracle Theatre ventures into a world somewhere between Alice in Wonderland and Father Ted, where the earth is not round but sausage-shaped; where eccentric policemen fall in love with bicycles and you can visit eternity via a rickety lift, hidden beside a lane in the heart of rural Ireland.
With its hilarious characters, streaks of dark humour and unforgettable plot twist, The Third Policeman earned its author, Flann O'Brien, a world-wide reputation as one of Ireland's great comic geniuses.
Flann O'Brien's scorching wit and delicious turn of phrase, combined with Miracle's delight in physical comedy and absurdity, has to be a winning combination.
Fans of this cult classic and newcomers alike should expect the unexpected!
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Thursday 24th August
Friday 25 August
Saturday 26 August
(2x performances per evening)
Join Yskynna on a spectacular voyage of breath-taking vertical dance and aerial performance through the garden.
Expect a visual feast amongst the towering canopies of champion trees accompanied by the music of Emma Mansfield, Lost in Song and Daylight choirs. If You Go Down to the Woods is promonade piece that revisits archetypal characters from traditional fairy tails exploring their darker side
Described as memorable and modern this is story telling told through music and movement at height!
Under the Direction of Doug Fransisco of Invisible Circus Trebah's high open spaces and tall trees will be animated, to a blend live music, vocal tones, spoken word and poetry over percussion with a little recorded technology and a fire breathing dragon thrown in for good measure!
A promenade vertical dance performance with fire breathing dragons and flying flamingos!
Thursday 24 August 6.30pm BOOK NOW
Thursday 24 August 8pm BOOK NOW
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Saturday 26 August 6.30pm BOOK NOW
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Wednesday 30th August 18:30
Alf is a trawler fisherman whose experience, camaraderie and loyalty have put him and his boat at the top of the game. But times are changing and so is the industry. How will Alf adapt in order to survive? Follow a fish's journey from sea to plate, watch a seagull's ridiculous attempt to find food and witness a father and son reunite. In Our Hands will transport you out to sea, under the ocean and onto the deck of the Catcher's Fortune. Using innovative puppetry, a striking set and an original score, join Alf as he journeys from the depths of despair to rise again and rescue the life he loves. In Our Hands has been developed extensively both in London and Cornwall by Smoking Apples, an award winning puppetry and visual theatre company.
"Clever and inventive" - **** British Theatre Guide
Friday 1st September 18:30
George was the scruffiest giant in town, but his kind heart and generosity take him on an adventure where he discovers that it's not how you look that's important but how you feel. Folksy's musical adaptation of Julia Donaldson's wonderful book is filled with puppetry, colourful characters and songs, that will have you clapping and singing along!
Friday 8th September 20:00
Known for his star appearances on Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Have I Got News For You, Would I Lie To You and Argumental Mark Watson kicks off his new stand up tour at Trebah!
After 100+ dates on the road in 2016, Mark Watson's amazed there are STILL areas of the country he's neglected. For this new tour, he has a sensible plan: he'll only visit places beginning with his initials, M or W, as they've already shown a commitment in the first place.
"Raucously funny... one of the best this year" British Theatre Guide