Exceptional entertainment for the community and holiday makers of Exmoor set against the dramatic and beautiful scenery of The Valley of Rocks

We are an artistic collective who utilise the dramatic and beautiful scenery of The Valley of Rocks near Lynton, making Exmoor a cultural destination as well as a tourist hub. We provide outreach programmes and offer local opportunities to work within a professional company to aspiring youngsters and enthusiastic older members of the locale alike. More recently we have created theatre for the newly appointed Exmoor Studios and are working in partnership with the Brewhouse for our summer 2021 production: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Ticketing soon OPEN for "Theatre in the Wild..."

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Theseus and Hippolyta are having a party, bigger and better than any before, and you're invited! But beware of gate-crashers of a particularly magical nature - once you're in the forest, things can get a little wild…

 

Grooving back to their home at the Valley of Rocks, Pleasure Dome Theatre Company invite you to join a company of mischievous fairies, love-blind romantics, and earnest actors for a festival like no other. Watch the sunset as you enjoy this funky production of William Shakespeare's classic comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream directed by the award-winning Scott Le Crass filled with music, mayhem, and magic!

 

“A perfect evening with superb entertainment. Very imaginative. Wonderful setting used to total excellence.” ★★★★★ BritishTheatre.com for LEAR 2019

 

Performance Dates: 

Valley of Rocks: Tuesday 27th July- Saturday 7th August at 7:30pm. Sunday Matinee at 3:00pm. No shows on Monday.

Knackershole Garden Theatre, Dulverton: Thursday 5th August 2:30pm Tickets available HERE

Castle Gardens, Taunton in association with The Brewhouse: Wednesday 11th- Thursday 12th August 6:00pm Tickets available HERE.

 

 

“your production has been a huge success.” Dame Judi Dench

Safety Notice

The Valley of Rocks is a wild environment so care should be taken to walk only on footpaths to and from performance area – and to not wander away from the performance area.

Audience members attend entirely at their own risk and Pleasure Dome Theatre Company can accept no liability for any injury, howsoever incurred.

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