Hall for Cornwall
The Hall for Cornwall, a significant venue in Truro, Cornwall has a big foremost auditorium which performs host to West End musicals, opera, ballet, musical acts and different entertainers. The Corridor for Cornwall has a capability of 969 (decreased to 925 when the orchestra pit is in use) and attracts round one hundred 80,000 theatre-goers every year. The venue has a restaurant and occasional store and hosts common flea markets.
In September 2008 Corridor for Cornwall produced a significant new manufacturing of The Jew of Malta by Christopher Marlowe: Barabas, which featured a Cornish, nationwide and worldwide forged. With Barabas, Corridor for Cornwall returned to the theme of working with a Renaissance textual content, and adopted on from the profitable manufacturing of Responses in 2007.
The Corridor for Cornwall is one in all various organizations concerned with Cornwall Council’s proposed Nationwide Theatre of Cornwall, and it registered the identify as a trademark in September 2011.