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Tra nsforming Hall For Cornwall On 2 June 2018, Hall For Cornwall will close for approximately 20 months for an ambitious and much-needed refurbishment of our theatre, seeking to safeguard the future heritage of the building and transform it into a dynamic and high-quality venue that will give the people of Cornwall access to the best performing arts to rival any city in the country. After six years of planning, we are thrilled that funding is now in place to move forward with this exciting project that will see the auditorium increase in size, enabling us to attract top West End shows and promote and support creative talent, alongside developing our work with schools and young people. In addition, new cafés and bars, a heritage restoration project and a new digital creative business hub, will combine together to create a venue that will continue to inspire, educate and be enjoyed.

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Celebrating 21 Years of Hall For Cornwall The last 20 years In the 1990s, Ben Luxon and Chris Warner worked tirelessly to develop Hall For Cornwall as we now know it. When it opened in 1997, it was embraced by the local community. The programme note of the inaugural gala performance asked the people of Cornwall to take ownership of a newly created space and use the Hall as a resource, a provider, a facilitator, a catalyst and an inspiration. Over the last 20 years, the people of Cornwall have done all of that and much more. Since digital records began 10 years ago, over 2 million people have been welcomed to 3,700 performances and 2,500 school bookings have brought over 100,000 young people to the venue. Audiences have travelled from Bude to Bodmin, Land’s End to Launceston, Sennen to Saltash and Penzance to Polperro; and from as far afield as Australia and Iowa. Our community, education & talent support programme has given performance opportunities to an estimated 100,000 young people. Our Youth Theatre has performed on stage at London’s National Theatre and Stratford’s Royal Shakespeare Company and we have won the Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Education, for co-creating a community opera with English Touring Opera. The Community Club scheme, supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, has welcomed over 10,000 first time theatre goers, who previously have not had the means to visit.

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The warmth and welcome of the venue and Cornish audiences are regularly commented upon, Mark Baldwin OBE, Artistic Director of Rambert says; “Hall For Cornwall is a very important venue to us – we’ve been touring here throughout its 20-year history and have a special relationship with the theatre, its audiences and this beautiful part of the country. I look forward to building on this relationship, both with the theatre and local artists, sharing in our passion for and commitment to creating contemporary dance of the highest quality. This exciting refurbishment will, I’m sure, play a crucial role in making that happen.” Over the decades, the venue has played an important part in raising the standards and expectations of performance in Cornwall and has played a part in the growth of Truro’s cultural excellence. It is with all this history and spirit that we now look to the future.

The next 20 years Our new venue will;

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a redesigned 3-tiered auditorium with increased seating capacity, improved sightlines, acoustics and comfort.

Over two decades, our stage has welcomed some of the most talented performers, companies and a diverse programme that will continue to bring producers from around the world. The roll call is long the highest quality in touring shows from across the but has included, Morrissey, Rambert, Sir Derek Jacobi, UK and overseas, balancing popular work and classics Kneehigh, Kernow King, Jimmy Carr, Sir Bob Geldof, Dionne Warwick, Sir Tim Rice, Rufus Wainwright, Simon against creative risk taking and Cornish generated projects. Callow, National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Contemporary and classical music programming will be developed, as will opera and dance. Spymonkey, Bill Kenwright, Saint Petersburg Ballet, number hallforcornwall.co.uk 01872 262466

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...we will unveil the history and heritage of our Grade II listed building and create a new theatre within, alongside improved café, bar and business spaces. Our new home will be a vital community asset and one which will continue to inspire, engage, educate, entertain and challenge all audiences, firmly placing us at the heart of Truro’s cultural and economic offering and securing our long-term future. 5

Lee Dean, Footsbarn Theatre, David Pugh & Dafydd Rogers, Boy George, David Ian, Nigel Kennedy, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Duchy Ballet, DV8, Richard Alston and many, many more.

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the history of the building through a Heritage Lottery Funded project that will conserve, restore and promote the building’s story and importance within Truro and Cornwall.

Reinstate Boscawen Street entrance as the

front entrance/foyer to the new theatre as well as the City Chamber.

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new bars and cafés on both sides of the building.

Improve wheelchair access and a choice of

accessible seating plus a Space to Change facility; one of the few businesses in Cornwall to offer this much needed facility.

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an ERDF and LEP funded creative business hub in the Back Quay area of the building providing 1,156m of office, meeting and breakout spaces for HFC staff teams, post-graduates, resident companies and other creative industries.

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a public ope which will run through the building allowing public access between the new entrance foyer and Back Quay and offering behind the scenes glimpses into the daytime workings of an auditorium. Our final and celebratory performance to conclude this chapter in our history will be on Saturday 2 June 2018. Local community orchestra, The People’s String Foundation Orchestra, will be celebrating the last two decades and helping us raise the curtain on the future. It is anticipated that the newly refurbished theatre will open 2020. We’d love to keep in touch and in the lead up to and during closure, we will be holding a series of

events and open days so you can come and take a look at how we’re doing.

K eep in Touch Whilst we’re closed, we still want to be open to you. We want to keep you up to date with news and events and invite you to come in and see how things are going and to hear your thoughts on our progress. We also want you to be the first to hear when the new season for our new theatre goes on sale. If you would like to keep in touch, either by post or email, please do take a moment to ensure we have the right details for you by checking your information and preferences on the My Account page on our website. Alternatively, get in touch with the marketing department by emailing marketing@hallforcornwall.org.uk or call 01872 321978. In the meantime, do drop in to one of our informal Open Days to meet the team, view the proposed plans, take a tour of the theatre and ask us any questions about the rebuild.

Open Days 19 March: 2pm - 4pm 16 April: 2pm - 4pm 10 May: 2pm - 4pm For further information, please visit the Redevelopment pages on our website.

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2018 Pu blic Fu nders

we couldn’t have done it without you

Trusts & Foundations

The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust

Corporate Friends Allen & Heath B Spoke IT solutions Bluefin Business Cornwall Magazine Central Medical Supplies Chaffins Country Range Foodservice Churchill Retirement Living Clear Brew Froneri Matthew Clark Nationwide Print NCI Technologies Pepper Communications Robinson Reed Layton Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisors Santander The Samphire Club Treleavens Luxury Cornish Ice Cream Truro and Penwith College Vickery Holman Property Consultants Watson French Independent Financial Planning Chartered Financial Planners As well as our Patrons and Volunteers 8

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our final 2018 season

DIRECT FROM ITS WEST END TRIUMPH

Tue 27 > Sat 31 Mar Tue–Sat 7.30pm, Wed, Thu & Sat mats 2.30pm

Our final 2018 performance is scheduled for 2 June with the brilliant Cornish band, The People’s String Foundation Orchestra. Up until then, we have a host of brilliant shows to take us into Spring and beyond so DON’T MISS OUT. Our season is packed full of entertainment for all, including West End smash-hit musical favourites Evita and Blood Brothers, the multi-award winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong, Steve Steinman’s rock-spectacular, The Meat Loaf Story, former Bellowhead frontman Jon Boden and his new 11 piece band The Remnant Kings, the diamanté decorated The Lady Boys of Bangkok and not forgetting, the fictitious newsreader, Jonathan Pie, who will be bringing his comedic and brutally honest views on the world of politics and entertainment to Truro.

‘A sensationally good production of

Webber and Rice’s greatest musical’

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Following its smash hit run in London, Bill Kenwright’s production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita returns. Telling the story of Eva Peron, wife of former dictator Juan Peron, Evita follows Eva’s journey from humble beginnings through to extraordinary iconic status. Starring two of musical theatre’s most outstanding leading performers; Madalena Alberto (Les Misérables)

returns to the role of Eva, a role she received critical acclaim for in the 2014 West End revival. Joining her in the role of Che, fresh from the recent West End production, is Gian Marco Schiaretti (Tarzan). Featuring some of the most iconic songs in musical theatre including, Don’t Cry For Me Argentina, On This Night of a Thousand Stars and Another Suitcase in Another Hall.

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Thu 2 Aug > Sat 22 Sep Season on sale 1 Mar

Sun 18 Mar 7.30pm

Who’s Bad Who’s Bad have a formidable reputation as the world’s longest running and most popular tribute to the King of Pop! The 2018 show features one of the world’s best Michael Jackson tribute artists, with incredible vocals and dance moves. The amazing high energy band and dancers provide a powerpacked tribute to Michael Jackson which has ignited crowds on every continent and can only be described as a jaw-dropping, musical must see!

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This summer, you are invited to a Festival of Pandemonium!

Tue 20 Mar 7.30pm

The Asylum is back in a new site at The Lost Gardens of Heligan and plans are afoot to create the ultimate night out!

The Carpenter’s Story This highly acclaimed concert-style production features the outstanding vocal talents of Claire Furley and pianist Phil Aldridge, spectacular orchestral arrangements from live musicians, and video projection. The show features classic hits including (They Long To Be) Close To You, We’ve Only Just Begun, Superstar, Only Yesterday and many more! ‘Phenomenal vocals and great musicianship’ Evening Standard

Wed 21 Mar 1.30pm & 6pm

Carrick Dance Project 2018 Carrick Dance Project is a student led, collaborative dance project involving students from over 20 local schools, who work together to create enchanting pieces of dance for your delight. Dancers aged 5-18yrs, perform a programme of multi-genre, truly innovative and exciting dance!

This year it’s all about breaking the rules with style, with pop-up shows, surprise acts and spontaneous events invigorating our season of world-class theatre and epic live music.

Join us as we celebrate, rave, rant, sing, shout, shimmy and spontaneously combust with the absurdities of our times! The world has gone mad and what better place to find sanctuary?

Cheer as daft dictators are overthrown! Hear a vast Karaoke choir (you!) sing together in perfect protest! Watch lovesick amphibians hop to the beat! And go quackers for the return of Cornwall’s favourite, flightless duck!

Be ready...Anything could happen! (& probably will) Tickets: Hall For Cornwall Box Office

Captivating choreography and dance, not to be missed! Sign up at kneehigh.co.uk

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Mon 9 > Sat 14 Apr

Fri 23 & Sat 24 Mar 7.30pm

Mon-Sat 7.30pm, Thu & Sat mats 2.30pm

The Hollies

LYN PAUL returns from her West End run

‘The definitive Mrs Johnstone’ Manchester Evening News

A Highway of Hits Tour This band created some of the best songs ever. American number 1 Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress), The Air That I Breathe, Bus Stop, I’m Alive, Carrie Anne, the soul-stirring UK number 1 He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother and many more. The Hollies have been entertaining capacity audiences around the globe for well over half a century, driven by Bobby Elliott’s powerhouse drumming and led by Tony Hick’s masterful guitar playing and vocals.

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Mon 2 & Tue 3 Apr

Mon 2pm & 4.30pm, Tue 11am & 2pm

Dinosaur World Live! Dare to experience the dangers and delights of Dinosaur World Live! in this interactive new show for all the family. Grab your compass and join our intrepid explorer across unchartered territories to discover a pre-historic world. Meet a host of impressive creatures, including the Tyrannosaurus Rex, a Triceratops, Giraffatitan, Microraptor and Segnosaurus! There will be no interval during the performance. Age Guidance 3+

Wed 4 Apr 2.30pm

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Written by Willy Russell, the legendary Blood Brothers tells the captivating and moving tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences.

Brainiac Live! Strap on your safety goggles, as science’s greatest and most volatile live show returns! Based on the multi-award winning TV show, Brainiac Live! will take you on a breathless ride through the weird and wonderful. Expect exploding dustbins, combusting microwaves and loads of daredevil stunts! Watch from the safety of your seat as the Brainiacs delve fearlessly into the mysteries of science and do all of those things on stage that you’re too scared to do at home!

Lyn Paul returns to the iconic role she has played many times in the West End. Lyn also starred in Bill Kenwright’s tour of Cabaret with Will Young in 2013 and rose to fame as a member of the pop group New Seekers whose

numerous number one hits include I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing which sold over 20 million copies. The superb score includes Bright New Day, Marilyn Monroe and the emotionally charged hit Tell Me It’s Not True.

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Thu 5 Apr 7.30pm

Tue 17 > Sat 21 Apr

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Tue-Sat 7.30pm, Wed, Thu & Sat mats 2.30pm

The Bob Dylan Story

‘Ridiculously funny’ The Times

Fawlty Towers meets Noises Off in this award-winning West End smash hit comedy!

With classics like Blowin’ In The Wind, The Times They Are A-Changin’, Mr Tambourine Man, Like A Rolling Stone and All Along The Watchtower, it is not surprising that even The Beatles fell under the spell of rock music’s greatest icon. This evening will transport you back in time with a truly authentic celebration, complete with stunningly evocative visuals and insights into the stories behind the songs. The Bob Dylan Story is an absolute must see!

BEST NEW COMEDY WINNER

Fri 6 Apr 7.30pm

WHATSONSTAGE AWARD 2014

WINNER OLIVIER AWARD 2015

WINNER BROADWAY WORLD UK AWARD 2015

Walk Right Back Walk Right Back tells the story of The Everly Brothers, and features hits such as Bye Bye Love, All I Have To Do Is Dream and Cathy’s Clown. Follow their rise from humble country beginnings to the biggest act the world had ever seen, their inevitable split and decade-long feud, to the magnificent reunion that gave them back to the world, and to each other. Walk Right Back is a show not to be missed!

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery but, as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does! As the accident prone thesps battle on against all the odds to reach their final curtain call, hilarious results ensue! The Play That Goes Wrong has won a host of celebrity endorsements from the likes of Joanna Lumley ‘We laughed until the tears ran down our faces, it has to be seen’ to Ant & Dec ‘The funniest show we’ve seen! If you can get a ticket, go!’ Don’t miss this brilliantly funny comedy that’s guaranteed to leave you aching with laughter. Age Recommendation 8+

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Sat 7 Apr 7.30pm

‘I feared I was going to hyperventilate’

Jonathan Pie Back to the Studio

Daily Mail

Created and played by comedian Tom Walker, Jonathan Pie is a fictitious reporter, and returns to the stage with a brand new live show following a sell-out tour. This time, the frustrated news reporter is angrier than ever. Pie attempts to host a night of serious discussions on current affairs whilst simultaneously attempting to smash the system from within. Join him for a night of political comedy that soon descends into chaos. 7.30pm prompt start – Latecomers will not be admitted. 14

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Wed 25 Apr 7.30pm

Sat 28 Apr 7.30pm

Seven Drunken Nights

Giants of Country

The Story Of The Dubliners

This show brings to life the music of Ireland’s favourite sons The Dubliners. Telling the story of a career spanning 50 years and evoking the spirit of Ronnie Drew, Luke Kelly, Barney McKenna, Jim McCann, Ciaran Bourke and John Sheahan. This is a guaranteed evening of music, humour and ‘craic’ with classics including The Wild Rover, The Black Velvet Band, The Irish Rover, Molly Malone, Finnegan’s Wake, Raglan Road and of course The Seven Drunken Nights.

Welcome to a celebration of the best in country music through the decades. From Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash to Lady Antebellum and Garth Brooks, the biggest country hits feature including Crazy, The Gambler, Rhinestone Cowboy, Jolene, If Tomorrow Never Comes, Country Roads and Need You Now. Joining Lance are Annie Skates, Zoe Nicholas and the Nashville Country Band.

Sun 29 Apr 7.30pm

Thu 26 Apr 7.30pm

Guns or Roses

Finch & Keita

Guns or Roses are widely regarded as the most authentic sounding tribute to the Hollywood hell-raisers and have wowed audiences, across the world and headlined a festival at Donington, home of the infamous Monsters of Rock! With signature equipment, custom made costumes and even the very same guitar rig as Slash himself, the band bring you all the classics including Sweet Child O’ Mine, November Rain, Welcome to the Jungle, Paradise City and many more!

This sublime, multi award-winning collaboration between two virtuoso musicians – Welsh harpist Catrin Finch and Senegalese kora player Seckou Keita – delivers a stunning exhibition of world-class musicianship. Drawing deep on their own diverse traditions, Catrin and Seckou have built a formidable reputation for extraordinary performances. Entrancing, mesmeric, intricate and ethereal, this is remarkable music.

Fri 27 Apr 7.30pm

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With Lance Ellington of Strictly Come Dancing

Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita

Tue 1 May 7.30pm

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The Story of the Beach Boys® A Tribute

The Lady Boys of Bangkok

The Beach Boyz Tribute Band deliver a stunning show of technicolour harmonies that will take your breath away, performing chart hits including God Only Knows, Good Vibrations, I Get Around, Surfin’ USA, Fun Fun, California Girls, Sloop John B and many more. Come join the fun and ride the wave of adrenaline and nostalgia that will sweep you from surf and sun to hit after hit.

Uncork the champagne and party like there’s no tomorrow! Celebrating 20 diamanté decorated years, The Lady Boys of Bangkok bring their new show to Truro! Don’t miss your favourites from the last 20 glorious years, with iconic appearances including Cher, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Diana Ross, Pink, Shirley Bassey, even Wonder Woman herself and the ‘practically perfect in every way’ Mary Poppins! A sparkling evening of spectacular costumes, choreography and hilarious comedy!

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Wed 2 May 7.30pm

Fri 11 & Sat 12 May

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Fri 7.30pm, Sat 2.30pm & 7.30pm

The Ronnie Scott All Stars

Regan De Wynter Williams present

The Ronnie Scott’s Songbook

Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club has showcased the music of some of the world’s greatest artists including Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Michael Bublé and with surprise appearances by Stevie Wonder and Prince! With projected archive images and rare footage from the club, The Ronnie Scott’s Songbook is an evening of music celebrating the history of Ronnie Scott’s. By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

Thu 3 May 7.30pm

Jon Boden and the Remnant Kings The Afterglow Tour

Hall For Cornwall welcomes Jon Boden, former frontman of Bellowhead, with his new 11-piece big band The Remnant Kings, performing material from his new album Afterglow. The Remnant Kings feature the talents of former Bellowhead band-mates Sam Sweeney and Paul Sartin, plus Leveret’s Rob Harbron, along with Ben Nicholls and Richard Warren (Kings of The South Seas). With the addition of string and brass sections, this is an unforgettable live experience.

Fri 4 May 7pm

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Cream of Cornwall

Chairman’s Charity Concert The Concert, hosted by Patrick Bailey, will showcase young talent from all over Cornwall including inspiring singers and musicians. Curated and directed by The Cornwall Music Education Hub, the concert will highlight the work of Kernow Young Carers, a charity committed to working with children and young people to make their caring role a more positive experience by offering support to those who dedicate their young lives to supporting their families. 18

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Torches flash in the darkness, as a party of naughty school boys adventure into the magical surroundings of an old theatre. Amid all the backstage paraphernalia, they discover a Narnia-like wardrobe and a dusty copy of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe. What follows is pure magic! Universally regarded as Sir Arthur Sullivan’s most

beautiful score, Iolanthe is a topsy-turvy love story between the most unlikely of couples… fairies and members of the House of Lord’s! Sasha Regans’ all male, award-winning company return with their best received production. Her inimitable inventiveness, combined with Gilbert and Sullivan’s inherent barminess, make for an un-missable night out.

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Opera and Ballet International

Sat 5 May 7.30pm

proudly presents two Ellen Kent Productions

The Best of WHAM! Formed by George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley, WHAM! topped the charts in the 80s with three albums, four number one singles and eleven top ten hits. This Fantastic new show features sensational vocals, and an awesome live band and will be loved by Young Guns of all ages. So don’t miss this fun-loving, vibrant, megamix tribute with all your WHAM! favourites, a few B sides and a couple of early George Michael bonus songs.

Tue 8 & Wed 9 May

Tue 1.30pm & 4.30pm, Wed 10.30am & 4.30pm

What the Ladybird Heard Two crafty robbers, one tiny ladybird, and a whole farmyard of fun! Join the woolly sheep, the hairy hog, the fat red hen and the dainty dog, in this hit musical adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks’ colourful farmyard adventure. Direct from the West End and with live music, puppetry and plenty of audience participation, this is the perfect treat for children aged 3 and up and their families. There will be no interval during the performance.

Based on the award-winning picture book by

Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks © Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks.

Age Recommendation 3+

Wed 16 May 7.30pm

Balletboyz Fourteen Days

BalletBoyz return with their brand new show Fourteen Days. Choreographers Javier de Frutos, Craig Revel Horwood, Iván Pérez and Christopher Wheeldon teamed with composers Scott Walker, Joby Talbot, Charlotte Harding and Keaton Henson, creating their pieces in just fourteen days. The result is an exciting programme of dance and music. Fallen choreographed by Russell Maliphant, will also be performed and is set to a powerful score by French film composer Armand Amar. 20

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Mon 14 May 7.30pm

Tue 15 May 7.30pm

A tragic tale of searing passion and memorable music, La Traviata is Verdi’s outstanding interpretation of one of the most popular love stories of the 19th Century, La Dame aux Camelias. This magnificent production boasts sumptuous sets and costumes.

This award-winning Opera returns with exquisite sets including a spectacular Japanese garden and fabulous costumes including antique wedding kimonos from Japan.

Starring international sopranos Alyona Kistenyova* and Maria HeeJung Kim* Both operas will be sung in Italian with English surtitles. *Cast subject to change.

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Thu 17 May 7.30pm

Sat 19 May 7.30pm

Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers

Tim Vine

Sunset Milk Idiot

Experience the power of thundering rhythms on huge taiko drums, mysterious masked choreography, synchronisation timed to perfection, post-apocalyptic martial imagery – all in a spellbinding evening of sheer energy. Mugenkyo create a contemporary look and sound, fusing the traditional spirit of taiko with a modern stage performance that has captivated audiences everywhere.

Plus Support It’s Tim Vine back on tour, telling lots of silly new jokes, showing off new homemade props, singing some new daft ditties, and all with the appearance of confidence. Come along, sit down, and laugh. This is comedy without a message. What an odd person. What a lot of nonsense. What else is he going to do? ‘Sunsets are in the sky, milk’s nice, and I’m an idiot.’ Age Recommendation 12+

Fri 18 May 7.30pm

Sun 20 May 2pm

Steve Steinman’s

4Real Dance

The Meat Loaf Story

Dancing Through The Decades 2

Steve Steinman, the creative force behind Vampires Rock, returns with The Meat Loaf Story, a musical concert delivering the hits from the record breaking album Bat Out of Hell. With an incredible stage set, live band and Steve’s unique sense of humour, the show features hits including Paradise By the Dashboard Light, Took the Words Right Outa My Mouth, Anything for Love, Dead Ringer for Love, and, of course, Bat Out of Hell.

Tap your feet, clap your hands and sing along as you are taken on a nostalgic journey through time, capturing magical moments from the past and wowed by performances from the future. Let the performers of 4Real lift your spirits and indulge your senses with music and dance from the decades.

Sat 19 May 1.30pm

Tue 29 May 7.30pm

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Morgan & West

Four Lanes Male Choir

More Magic for Kids!

With Guest Artist Paul Potts Winner of Britain’s Got Talent

Time-travelling magicians Morgan & West return with a marvellous magic show full of crazy capers for the young, old, and everyone in-between! Expect the unexpected, believe the unbelievable, but do not dare miss the unmissable Morgan & West! Can everyone’s favourite duo of deception finally find fame, fortune, and a box of fondant fancies? Find out in the show that’s bigger, bolder and more brilliant than before! There will be no interval during the performance. 22

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Four Lanes Male Choir are delighted to present their Gala Concert starring Paul Potts, Winner of Britain’s Got Talent. This fabulous evening will include traditional choral music, local Cornish music plus an array of theatre and show tunes, that will get your toes tapping. The evening culminates in a wonderful finale, with Paul Potts joining the Choir. Age Guidance 5+

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Wed 23 > Sun 27 May

Wed 30 May 7.30pm

Wed-Sat 7.30pm, Thu, Sat & Sun mats 2.30pm

James Wilton Dance Last Man Standing

Danger, the fragility of existence and the desire to survive. How do we respond? With fear, anger, determination? What about hope? Last Man Standing is about living for the moment, about appreciating every second and enjoying life while it lasts. Performed by world class dancers to a soundtrack of driving rock music, the international award winning work from James Wilton draws on martial arts, break dancing and capoeira to create ground breaking performance. See dancers fly through the air and land quite literally at your feet. Experience every drop of sweat, every gasp for air and every finger twitch, in this performance that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Save your breath, it may be your last. Photo: Werner Kmetitsch

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Thu 31 May 7.30pm

Hell’s Mouth Part of the Nick Darke 70 Celebrations. A game of chicken on the Tamar Bridge ends in tragedy, civil war looms in war torn Cornwall. In a cynical bid to placate the press and suppress the ‘revolting’ locals, a clay worker and part-time rock star from St Stephen is elevated to the position of Duke. Only feisty local girl Gonietta can stand in the way of Cornwall’s subjugation. Post-apocalyptic, passionate and poignant. Hell’s Mouth is Nick Darke’s hilarious retelling of Greek tragedy Antigone, directed by Simon Harvey and Sam Colborne, performed by HFC Youth Theatre.

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The world renowned Russian Ice Stars return to Hall For Cornwall, with their dazzling interpretation of the much loved fairy tale Beauty and the Beast.

Photo: Steve Tanner

Combining an original musical score, stunning choreography, beautiful sets, costumes and special effects with some of the world’s finest ice skaters and aerial acrobats, the fabulous Russian Ice Stars bring the enchanted story to life.

Beauty and the Beast on Ice is a magical show the whole family will love. Don’t miss their only UK date of 2018!

PRIORITY PLUS MEMBERS £5 OFF WED 23 MAY FP

FAMILY PACK TICKETS AVAILABLE

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Tue 3 > Sun 22 Jul Tue – Sat 7.30pm, Sun 6.30pm Tue 3 – Thu 5, Preview: £20, Fri 6 – Sun 22: £24 Concessions available

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Final Show

Sat 2 June 7.30pm

The People’s String Foundation Orchestra

100: UNEARTH War. Love. Loss. Hope. War is over. It has changed the lives of everyone it has touched. The men are coming home, but death is never far away... In a sequel to 100: The Day Our World Changed, 100: UnEarth looks at the devastating aftermath of conflict, telling the homecoming stories of those who fight and live through war. With a love story at its heart, we weave our way through The Lost Gardens of

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This Cornish band is fronted by the virtuoso violinist Ben Sutcliffe (Director of Music for Rogue Theatre,

Kneehigh Theatre and the Minack Youth Theatre) with co-founder and composer Zaid Al-Rikabi at the core. Hall For Cornwall is host to a rare 32 piece orchestral performance of their music which is sure to set your heart racing, get your toes tapping and warm the soul with The People’s spirit and grafter’s hearts.

Heligan, in this exploration of grief and tragedy with a deeply moving ending, in this retelling of the Greek Myth of Orpheus and Eurydice with a new imagining of their critically acclaimed Souterrain. Part of 14-18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the First World War centenary. Venue: Outdoor Promenade Performance at The Lost Gardens of Heligan Tickets: Hall For Cornwall Box Office 100: UnEarth is co-commissioned by 14-18 NOW: WW1 Centenary Art Commissions and, The Lost Gardens of Heligan with support from Cornwall Council, FEAST, the National Lottery through Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund, and from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

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The People’s String Foundation Orchestra are an army of bohemians and vagabonds who represent the grass roots of British music culture, mixing world, classical and urban styles in anarchic embroilment.

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‘The People’s String Foundation is one of the great wonders of the West. This work, of such big heartedness and brilliance, is desperately needed!’ Conductor and Composer, Charles Hazlewood

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check your details today We continually try to improve how we keep you updated with all our shows, events and news at Hall For Cornwall and the events that we sell for across the county. We’d also like to know whether you’d like to receive information by post or email. To ensure we can deliver you the right messages at the right time and through the right channels, please do take a moment to let us know how you would like to receive information from us. Alternatively, if you would like to unsubscribe from receiving information from us, then simply use one of the methods below to let us know. Simply log into My Account on the website and check the Account Information section or email marketing@hallforcornwall.org.uk or call 01872 321978. Whilst we’re closed, we still want to be open for you. We’ll be keeping you up to date with news and events and inviting you to come in and see how things are going and to hear your thoughts on our progress. Importantly, we also want you to be the first to hear when the new season for our new theatre goes on sale.

We’re selling for shows across Cornwall

Outside of the work on Hall For Cornwall’s stage, we sell tickets for a range of shows and events all across Cornwall. See opposite or check our website for further details.

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Support Us We’re excited that public funds have now been secured to move forwards with our redevelopment, with 90% of our rebuild target committed. The outstanding amount will be raised from private fundraising – with significant strides already made from trusts and foundations, individual donors and a Big Give match funding initiative. Not everyone knows that Hall For Cornwall is a registered educational charity, run for the public benefit. Around 10% of our running costs are covered by funders and the remainder is raised through ticket sales, commercial activity including the bar/café, and the support of our members, corporate friends and other donors. Over the years, the generosity of our supporters, people like you with a passion for theatre, has allowed us to offer a programme of engagement across Cornwall’s diverse communities. We have given performance opportunities to an estimated 100,000 young people. Our Youth Theatre has performed on stage at London’s National Theatre and the Paul Hamlyn funded Community Club scheme has welcomed over 10,000 first time theatregoers in Cornwall. Every project funded has allowed us to widen the accessibility of our offering and for this, we truly thank you. If you are interested in keeping in touch with us throughout our rebuild, do log into My Account on the website and check your Account Information preferences.

We look forward to you being involved in ou r exciting futu re!

External Events On sale through HFC Box Office Mylor Theatre, Truro College Fri 9 Mar 7.30pm Wihan String Quartet

Grampound Village Hall Thu 22 Mar 7.30pm Protein Dance: May Contain Food; May Contain You

Truro Cathedral Sat 10 Mar 7.30pm Truro Choral Society presents Mozart Requiem Sat 24 Mar 7.30pm Three Spires Singers and Orchestra perform J.S. Bach Mass in B Minor Sat 28 Jul 7pm Cornwall Symphony Chorus present Voices in Harmony Sun 29 Jul 7pm Mevagissey Male Choir

Redannick Theatre, Truro 21 - 24 Mar 7.30pm T.A.O.D.S. present Spider’s Web by Agatha Christie

Devoran Village Hall Sun 20 May 7.30pm Devoran Acoustic Session presents Daoiri Farrell

All Saints Church, Tuckingmill Sat 2 Jun 7.30pm Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman

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For people with hearing impairments. These normally take place on Thursday evening performances.

Assisted listening HFC provides equipment which can be collected from the Stage Door, from 45 minutes before a performance. It is advisable to reserve equipment with Box Office at time of booking. TT

Touch Tours

Explore the set, props and costumes in the company of performers and crew. Designed for the visually impaired. A Touch Tour takes place before the Saturday matinee.

Audio Description A live verbal commentary describes sets, costumes, props, actors’ facial expressions and body language, complementing dialogue and music. For visually impaired people using HFC headsets. The Audio Description usually takes place during the Saturday matinee.

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Relaxed Performances

Welcoming those on the autism spectrum, learning disability, Down’s Syndrome, or a sensory or communication disorder. There are no loud bangs, light will be on low in the auditorium with a relaxed attitude to noise and movement.

Wheelchair Users HFC can accommodate wheelchair users for performances on Row E, however there is limited space so please book early. Book through Box Office and mention interest in any of the above to be offered best available seats for each service.

Accessible Toilets On all floors on the Lemon Quay side of theatre.

Guide Dogs and Hearing Dogs Welcome at HFC and can stay with you while you are in the theatre or alternatively a member of staff will care for your dog during the performance. We can also provide drinking water for your dog. If you wish to bring your guide or hearing dog to the theatre please advise the Box Office when booking.

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Parking Disabled parking is available at the bottom of Lemon Street, and there is a drop-off point for customers with mobility problems immediately outside the building. Please inform Box Office in advance if you need assistance getting from the car, a member of our team will be pleased to assist. Lifts are available to the restaurant and upper levels. The Quayside Cafe and bars are on ground level and first floor. Members & Voucher Holders Members Members Open Day 5 March at 2pm. We hope you will continue to support us during this exciting time, however, you are able to claim a refund on the portion of your membership which falls beyond the closure period. Cancellation credit and theatre vouchers will need to be used by 2 June 2018, although we will look to refund these on a case by case basis. Please contact Jowdy Davey, Head of Fundraising 01872 321995 if you have any questions. Vouchers Gift vouchers purchased between 2 June 2017 and 13 February 2018 (or beyond) will either need to be used by 2 June 2018, refunded by this date or will have their validity extended. Please call the box office on 01872 262466 and we will talk through your options.

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Multi-Buy Ticket

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How To Get Here By Train Truro train station is a 15 minute walk from the theatre. Information on train times is available on 08457 484950. Later and more trains between Truro & Falmouth. Visit gwr.com for details.

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By Phone 01872 262466 Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm

Truro bus station is a two minute walk from the theatre.

By Car All car parks are within walking distance. For those with mobility difficulties, there is street parking on Lemon Street and blue badge parking in Boscawen Street. hallforcornwall.co.uk 01872 262466

In Person

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Who’s Bad The Carpenters Story Carrick Dance Project 2018 The Hollies The Hollies Evita Evita Evita Evita

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Since digital records began

2,500

school bookings have brought over 100,000 young people to the venue

10 Years Ago

‘A great ASSET for Cornwall’ Tripadvisor

Over 2 million people have been welcomed to 3,700 performances

Over

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young people have been given performance opportunities

Our Theatre Cornwall 4 x Christmas productions welcomed over 102,000 ‘A JEWEL in Truro’s crown’ customers Tripadvisor The Commu nity Clu b sche me, supported by the Paul Ha mlyn Fou ndation, has welcomed over 10,000 first time theatre goers, who previously have not had the mea ns to visit

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‘I LOVE Hall For Cornwall’ number

bought by new customers

230 total Accessible performances since 2007, attended by 105,000 people

Audiences have travelled from BUDE to BODMIN, LAND’S END to LAUNCESTON, SENNEN to SALTASH and PENZ ANCE to POLPERRO; and from as far afield as

AUST RALIA and IOWA.

Our database covers

ONE THIRD

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‘Our dancers LOVE the @HallforCornwall stage’ Duchy Ballet

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