“As the far-reaching effects of coronavirus continue to sink in, here at Miracle we are facing up to the strange reality of a summer with no tour.
This is especially hard as it will be the first year since 1988 that we haven’t loaded up a van with people, props, set and costumes and headed off to the far-flung reaches of the Cornwall and the South West.
Of course the shared experience of live theatre was always going to be an early casualty of the virus but over the coming months we will be looking for other ways we can stay connected with you, our lovely audience.
We intend to make the best use of the ‘empty’ hours by planning and developing new ideas, taking inspiration from William Shakespeare himself, who used his weeks of self-isolation from the plague to dash off King Lear!
Here’s hoping you can all stay safe and we look forward to resuming face to face contact in the reasonably near future.”