New – North Coast Arts

We seem to be going from zero to high speed on the arts front in Bude area, which is blimmin’ amazing.

Added to plans of the Bay View to create an arts hub, we now hear of North Coast Arts, organised by Richard Wolfenden-Brown, which promotes an exciting menu of high quality arts events around the North Coast of Cornwall, at a range of distinctive open-air and indoor venues, including Ebbingford Manor, Little Pig Farmshop & Cafe, and Crackington Institute. Events at Norton Barton Artisan Food Village will be added soon.

The season begins with 16 professional open-air theatre performances, for all the family, at these lovely north coast venues in Bude and Crackington Haven, from 26 June – 27 Aug 2021. From ‘Mr Stink’ to ‘Horrible Histories’ and Shakespeare to Oscar Wilde, there is something on the menu to suit all tastes. Get ready to enjoy high quality theatre out in the fresh air and to make some happy summer memories.

Tickets can be purchased online now via WeGotTickets, or from 10 May via local shops:

  • The Seventh Wave Gallery, Bude
  • Spencer Thorn, Bude
  • Ark Angel Christian Bookshop, Bude
  • The Costume Rooms, Bude
  • and at Crackington Village Shop (Crackington shows only)
Special incentive to become a Friend!
One of the first 100 people to sign up as a Friend of North Coast Arts will be selected at random to win two free tickets for any of the 16 open air theatre events.
North Coast Arts is a commercial venture, but will also support local good causes.
Refreshments will kindly be provided at Ebbingford events by the Friends of Bude Sea Pool.
There will be raffles to support Connect Bude (campaigning to reconnect Bude & Holsworthy to the National Railway Network) and Crackington Village Shop.

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