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Scene from 'Prophesy to the Wind' by Norman Nicholson at the Minack Theatre.

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A scene from 'The Tempest' at the Minack Theatre.

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Scene from 'The Tempest' at the Minack Theatre.

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Scene from 'The Tempest' at the Minack Theatre.

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The original performance of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (including Rowena Cade) at Crean, St Buryan on 23 August 1929.

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The original performance of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (including Rowena Cade) at Crean, St Buryan on 23 August 1929.

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In the summer of 1935, a triple bill was presented by local players. They were 'The Play of the Weather' by John Heywood, 'Gringerie' by an anonymous writer and 'The Jackdaw of Rheims' by Richard H. Barham. They were produced by Dorothy Valentine and…

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Scene from 'The Tempest' at the Minack Theatre, in August 1932. Ariel about to make a dramatic entry from the high granite wings.

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Minack Theatre founder Rowena Cade pictured talking to Richard Angove.

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Rowena Cade working at the Minack Theatre at age 80.

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Minack Theatre in June, 1975, showing the famous 'Gulley' where Rowena Cade has carved into the setting concrete the titles of all performances at the theatre since its inception.

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Rowena Cade, pictured at age 80 at the Minack Theatre. This photograph is one of a collection which was used in a London-published magazine feature in 1975, written and illustrated by Richard Angove.

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Dorothy Rowena Cade, trowel in hand, working on some seats in the 'gully' at the Minack Theatre in 1960. With her are two of her King Charles spaniels from whom she was rarely parted.

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Scene from 'The Lady's Not for Burning' by Penzance Playgoers Theatre Club at Minack Theatre, July 1960.

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Rowena Cade, founder of the Minack Theatre, is pictured at the age of 80 by one of the Celtic patterned crosses she designed and executed during her 50 years of work in creating the theatre.

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A scene from 'Carousel' staged in St Just by the St Just Operatic Society.
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