As 'locals' (20 miles) my wife and I have visited on many occasions, day and evening. By day, the setting is amazing and the views even more so. Entry is about £4 as I recall and that gains you access to the visitor centre, cafe and theatre. The cafe is nice but basic (pasties, coffees and cake) small and slightly overpriced...a la National Trust Tearoom. The theatre is an incredible feat of building and worth a viewing, particularly on a sunny day. The gardens above and the plantings around the theatre are lovely. Cliff plants and succulents abound and there's a plant stall too. Access for the disabled is by it's very nature, restricted somewhat. Parking however is free and close by. We have been to several performances here and have both enjoyed and disliked the experience. If a play is riveting and sound competetantly projected, it is worth putting up with the bring-your-own cushion and flask of hot Bovril ethos but if the performance is lacking the usually cramped and less than comfortable seating test ones hardiness somewhat. We saw a G & S Pinafore there and it was magical against the seas backdrop and a lifetime theatre experience. Likewise we saw another performance there which was inept enough to have us reaching for the cigarettes and car keys. Be selective. Kids are likely to be restless if not wholly entertained. If visiting, allow enough time to explore the delights of Porthcurnow Bay, it's a gorgeous area. One grievance...we called in one afternoon just for a coffee and were expected to pay for entry (£8) to gain access to the (empty) cafe. Not a revenue optimiser for them or a thirst-quencher for us.
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