Hall for Cornwall
Hall for Cornwall
Hall for Cornwall has an enviable reputation for dance with an equally broad range of performance styles to be enjoyed here from such companies as Jasmin Vardimon, Rannell and Duchy Ballet.
In addition to national and international quality touring productions, Hall for Cornwall's stage hosts some of the best home-grown talent. You can enjoy performances by many of Cornwall's young performers from organisations and schools from around the county as well as local groups and companies.
As well as a breadth of performance styles and genres, Hall for Cornwall is proud to introduce some of our youngest visitors to live theatre for the first time. Our annual pantomime is always a popular family event and we stage regular shows suitable for the under 7's such as "Room on the Broom", "Peppa Pig" and "Thomas the Tank Engine".
We operate as a charitable trust, which funds our community work and allows us to continue to offer as broad a range of experiences to our audience members. We are grateful for the funding support we receive from our key partners as well as the excellent long term support from our business partners locally.
- Disabled access
- Disabled parking
- Disabled toilets
- Guide dogs permitted
- Hearing loop system
- Accessible formats
Open all year
Directions, Parking & Public Transport Address: Hall for Cornwall, Back Quay, Truro, TR1 2LL There are two entrances to the Theatre: Boscawen St and Lemon Quay. The Box Office and Coffee Shop are situated in Lemon Quay. Please note that the Boscawen entrance is only used for performances - all daytime access is via Lemon Quay. By bus Truro bus station and bus stops on Boscawen Street and Victoria Square are only a minute or two’s walk from the Theatre. For more information call: First Devon & Cornwall on 0845 600 1420 Western Greyhound on 01637 871871 Traveline on 0871 200 22 33. www.truronian.co.uk www.westerngreyhound.com www.firstgroup.com By train Truro train station is fifteen minutes walk from the Theatre. Information on train times is available from 08457 484950. For all bus and train information you can call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 www.traveline.org.uk (link) By ferry From the Roseland to Feock. Ideal for matinees. Some later ferries operate. Please call the King Harry Ferry on 01872 862312 for timetable details. www.kingharryscornwall.co.uk (link) By car – Parking in Truro There are public car parks near Hall for Cornwall. When approaching Truro from any direction, follow signs for the City Centre, then the illuminated signs for either Garras Wharf (outdoor) or Lemon Quay (multi story) car parks. These are both within 5 minute walking distance of Hall for Cornwall. Please see the map for street plan. For those with mobility difficulties, there is street parking at the bottom of Lemon Street and on Tabernacle Street. There is an all year Park and Ride at Langarth, which is on the A390 approaching Truro from the west. A Summer Park and Ride operates on the A39, north side. Both are a cheap and convenient option for matinee performances.
Visit our website for a full list of events and performances taking place.