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This venue is closed for refurbishment For up to two years I believe so don’t make a special... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2018
Jeanette D
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Love HfC sad its closed for a year though :(

I absolutely adore this wonderful place and cannot wait for its reopening. The auditorium is... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2018
HeidiJM
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Truro, United Kingdom
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 16 March 2016

Went to see the Duchy ballet. The seating area was very good but the ballet was dreadful. It felt like we were watching a school play. Paid £24 per seat and booked 2 but this was never worth it. Loved the hall for dornwall but...More

3  Thank Vanessa C
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 11 June 2012

It has some great acts, but the seating is veryu basic and feels very tempory, a more luxurious feel would be nice, with boxes,

4  Thank ArabellaMaria
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Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile

This venue is closed for refurbishment For up to two years I believe so don’t make a special journey without checking

Thank Jeanette D
Reviewed 26 September 2018

We visit several other Cornish venues regularly, eg the Acorn and the Princess Pavillion, but there is very little on at the Hall for Cornwall which we would like to see. It is our local theatre, but it focuses on 'shows', which are not to...More

Thank alisch2015
Reviewed 23 September 2018

I absolutely adore this wonderful place and cannot wait for its reopening. The auditorium is fabulous, comfortable seats all with a good view of the stage, staff are wonderful, nice clean but busy facilities and if you regularly visit I would highly recommend joining the...More

Thank HeidiJM
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

This venue is closed for a long time now (possibly 2020) cannot remember exactly. Suggest you ask at tourist office in Truro

Thank newcombe224
Reviewed 6 July 2018

This was our first ever visit and we were sad to hear that it is shutting for a year as it was such a great night we were keen to go again! The staff were helpful and the show very funny - well done Tim...More

Thank Chrisc612018
Reviewed 28 May 2018

The attitude of the staff was terrible. Rude and aggressive. My husband is disabled in a wheelchair, now for twenty years the disregard was shocking. Show some empathy for your seniors. We paid £45. for rubbish. Ballet boys. it was deafening.

Thank jes5p
Reviewed 8 April 2018

A great night out of comedy, J Pies show well written and intelligent, made the audience not only laugh out loud but also think about the topics of his show.

Thank Derek B
Reviewed 28 March 2018

This theatre is a gem, having moved here from area with a choice of theatres this was a welcomed find. The atmosphere of the place is wonderful, one of our trio is in a powered chair and yet he can access the theatre easily and...More

Thank pamanddavid2010
Reviewed 21 March 2018

Popped in with a friend for a coffee and Shortcake . Went to coffee bar in foyer. Choice of chairs weird ..high or low fixed bars stools . Bitter coffee . Shortbread was either hard or stale ( we were not sure ) loos a...More

Thank majsmiles
Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

I was planning to see who's bad last night but I was snowed in I was not sure if the show was going ahead. I phoned but no one there fine I press 1 to check the show time and it says the show that...More

Thank George R
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babs-4u
Hi, went to see matinee of Saturday Night Fever on Wednesday. Very talented cast of singers/musicians/dancers, although at times female singers were uncomfortably loud. However what really spoiled it was the frequent usage of the F word and other American expletives which would not have been heard in 1976 and did not reflect the era. As most of the audience was of a mature age the response was very poor. In fact it did not come alive until the finale which was great and more in line with what people had come to see and hear. I accept that maybe a younger audience would not have found the language so offensive as regrettably this is now everyday speech for some. Disappointing as other shows have been much more enjoyable without the vile language. hope this isn't t a taste of things to come .
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Response from HallForCornwall2016 | Property representative |
Hello, thank you for your message. As with all our visiting productions, we rely on the information provided by the producers as to the content. While we were aware that, in common with the original film version, the show... More
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