A very busy fortnight has just passed with our ‘production week’ for The Cause at Dartington and opening the tour in Cornwall. Our first performances were in a brand new theatre inside a brand new school, Callywith College, on the outskirts of Bodmin. It’s always difficult to raise an audience in a place where you aren’t a regular fixture but add to that a new venue and one not within walking distance of anywhere. The three shows we performed in Bodmin were facilitated by a new arts organisation called IntoBodmin which helped to attract a really nice audience, a mixture of locals, school students and women’s groups [interested in the subject of the suffrage movement]. Once the first performances were up I had the luxury of a morning off so I nipped along to the Cliff Top Cafe for a morning coffee. It was a glorious day weather wise and him indoors captured this image above from inside the cafe, you can just make out the words Cliff Top on the homemade bunting.
That bench looks very inviting don’t you think, here is the view you would see from it…
As most of the tour is in the south west of England and my start time is in the afternoon I am hoping for some more trips for morning coffee.
To find the Cliff Top Cafe, just head along Military Road on the Rame Peninsula and look for this [new] sign opposite the Whitsand Bay Holiday Park at Treganhawk.