Hell’s Bells artwork. Illustrated. Gradient background of blue and green hues, making the shakes of a rough sea and the sky above it. (Left) A lighthouse beams light across both sides of the artwork. At the top of the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person holding a magnifying glass. Beneath the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person pulling oars in a rowboat. (Right) Yellow text reads: ‘Hell’s Bells. A Hallucinogenic Whodunnit.’
Hell’s Bells artwork. Illustrated. Gradient background of blue and green hues, making the shakes of a rough sea and the sky above it. (Left) A lighthouse beams light across both sides of the artwork. At the top of the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person holding a magnifying glass. Beneath the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person pulling oars in a rowboat. (Right) Yellow text reads: ‘Hell’s Bells. A Hallucinogenic Whodunnit.’
Hell’s Bells artwork. Illustrated. Gradient background of blue and green hues, making the shakes of a rough sea and the sky above it. (Left) A lighthouse beams light across both sides of the artwork. At the top of the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person holding a magnifying glass. Beneath the lighthouse, a silhouette of a person pulling oars in a rowboat. (Right) Yellow text reads: ‘Hell’s Bells. A Hallucinogenic Whodunnit.’
Hell’s Bells production photo. A small hexagonal room in a lighthouse, with shelves, thermometers, naval charts and revolvers displayed on the cream walls. Two people sit at a table: a man in a colourfully striped blazer reading a book with a furrowed brow and pillowy neck; a woman in a grey skirt suit looking through a polished wooden box.
Hell’s Bells production photo. A woman in a formal skirt suit stands in dark blue light. She holds a lantern and a revolver, and grimaces. Beside her, a strange arcane creature looks on, its pale green body billowing and black eyes staring.
Hell’s Bells production photo. A man in a blue waistcoat with his sleeves rolled up gestures emphatically and speaks with a slight smile. A theatre light and microphone can be seen behind.
Hell’s Bells production photo. A man wearing a woolly hat stands on a rocky landscape and looks at his own hands with wonder. He is seen through a circle of greenish light. Everything else is black.
Hell’s Bells production photo. The silhouettes of a two people are seen against a plain background, bathed in dark blue light. A woman in a skirt suit holds a lantern towards the figure of a man in a bowler hat, who cringes away from her.

Miracle Theatre presents

Hell’s Bells

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Prepare for a theatrical experience like no other! For the first time in a decade, Cornwall’s beloved Miracle Theatre is embarking on an epic tour, bringing its brand-new indoor production to you! Visiting theatres, village halls and community centres reaching every corner of Cornwall and extending into the South West.

Join us for a Murderous Melodrama

As the body of a lighthouse keeper mysteriously washes ashore, covered in strange markings, Ferelith’s seaside holiday takes an unexpected turn. Taking a break from the tedium of her holiday and unable to resist meddling in the police investigation, she soon finds herself amidst a peculiar web of events. But as things grow increasingly unusual, her legendary powers of intuition begin to fail her.

Can her bumbling brother, Grubb, who always seems to be one step behind and heading in the wrong direction, rescue her from the brink of disaster?

A Comic Seaside Mystery Like No Other

Hell’s Bells promises an enthralling blend of detective thriller drama and Miracle Theatre’s trademark colourful characters, physical antics and clever humour.

With a reputation for producing comical, highly entertaining, and clever shows, Miracle Theatre has been delighting audiences across the South West since 1979. Miracle Theatre returns to theatres, village halls and community centres to entertain adults and adventurous children alike.

See for yourself why audiences have raved about Miracle Theatre’s past productions:

Excellent. Totally absorbing.” – Audience feedback on Everyman
Miracle are a joy – go and see them!” – Western Morning News
The Third Policeman makes Craggy Island life seem like the epitome of bland normality!” – Audience Feedback
Truly Fabulous! Perfect example of what live theatre should be all about!” – Audience feedback

Don’t miss out on this gem of a theatrical performance – book your tickets now and prepare for a night of fascination and intrigue!

Anna Munden – Performer

Ben Kernow – Performer

Ben Dyson – Performer

Bill Scott – Writer & Director

Sally Crooks – Assistant Director

Louis Gulliver King – Technical & Production

Al Munden – Design

Jude Munden – Design

Age guidance: 7+

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