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Good timing

I hadn’t planned to visit but noticed a poster in Tobermory advertising a performance starting in... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2018
Iain R
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Great Wee Theatre

It may not be as small as the legendary Mull Little Theatre in Dervaig which I visited in 1976 but... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2017
Jim F
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Perth
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Reviewed 9 September 2014

An amazing well-loved little theatre just outside Tobermory. You must not miss this gem. It is part of Comar, a multi-arts organisation that produces, presents and develops creative work, supporting and connecting artists and audiences across Mull, Iona and beyond. We saw Whisky Galore by Compton Mackenzie adapted into a Brian Rix type farce of radio production complete with sound effects and audience participation. Nice glass of wine and every night a sell-out. A snip at £10.

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Reviewed 5 June 2014

First about this little theater, here on The Isle of Mull it's the replacement for the very small theatre that was at Dervaig, which need more work doing on it than was variable, so this theatre was built around 2008. It holds about 60 people, with a small reception & foraye all in one which means if lot's of people arrive early you can be stood outside in any weather waiting to go in the seating area of the theatre it's self. Please don't let this stop you booking a visit here to see a show as all the star our very friendly & chatty. The night we booked to go & see "Last Tragedies Comique".

You can do an Internet search on this one man show, the performer & director Tim Licata. Least to say it blended will in this little theatre on Mull. Did we enjoy the show? YES. Next time we're on Mull will we book to see another show? YES YES.

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Reviewed 27 February 2014

Lovely experience - who would have thought - class act. We booked in advance and was really surprised by the experience

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Reviewed 22 July 2013

We went to a concert by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, which was wonderful. The Mull Theatre is a great venue, and if on Mull for any length of time, I'd recommend checking their programme.

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