Minack Theatre

It really is amazing how an outdoor theatre can thrive in such an out of the way part of Cornwall, but thrive it does and has done since before the Second World War. It’s totally unique, having been literally carved out of granite rock in the cliff top high above the Atlantic Ocean, and almost looks like an ancient Roman amphitheatre. Incredibly, since the 1930s to the present day and pausing only because of the insane territorial ambitions of a certain Adolf Hitler and his evil cronies, sell out performances of all kinds of theatrical productions have taken place there in all weathers.