Minack Theatre - Cornwall's most famous open air theatre
The Minack Theatre was carved into the cliffs, with the dramatic backdrop of crashing waves, next to the most beautiful beach in Cornwall - Porthcurno.
The granite boulders that make up the lower terraces of the Minack Theatre were first laid by Rowena Cade who lived in Minack house and her gardener Billy Rawlings, in the winter of 1931.The eccentric theatre first came to life in 1932 with a performance of the Tempest and has been running marvellous productions ever since!
You can either visit the theatre during the day or attend the theatre performances in the evening.
Visit their website here or see what's on here.