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Castles, crows, and rowing boats. Mermaids, dragons and tiny islands surrounded by the sea…

Arthur’s Club, a place where everyone is welcome, a place where stories come alive.

Arthur’s Club uses key word signing woven into the storytelling throughout, so sign and spoken word are intrinsically linked.

Join Cornish performer and Makaton teacher Rebecca Hulbert for an inclusive children’s theatre show featuring original stories written especially for Arthur’s Club by a team of award winning children’s storybook authors including James Henry (Hey Duggee, CBBC), Rebecca Cobb, (Missing Mummy, Aunt Amelia), Anna Wilson, (The Wide, Wide Sea), Naomi Jones, (The Perfect Fit), Anna Mansell (The Tempest, Trebah Gardens), and Craig Barr-Green, (Christmas in Cornwall). Stories From The Island is supported by Wildworks and directed by Wildwork’s Artistic Director, Mydd Pharo. Designed by Ellie Williams (Wildworks) with original music by composer Matthew Thomason.

Aimed at children aged 3-9, their grownups, and Makaton users, the show will take audiences on an adventure of imagination.


“I loved it all” Charlie, Age 7.

“I like the signing as it makes it good for everyone” Freya, Age 8.

“They were both transfixed throughout” Grown up of Megan, Age 5 and Eddie, Age 3.


Running time – approximately 45 minutes.

Come see the show and join the Club…





SOLD OUT – 21st August 2023
(free entry, pre-booking required)

SOLD OUT – Truro Library – 24th August 2023
(free entry, pre-booking required)

SOLD OUT – Penzance Library – 25th August 2023
(free entry, pre-booking required)

Sterts Theatre – 31st August 2023

Trebah Gardens – 2nd and 3rd September 2023

Minack Theatre – 11th, 13th, 15th September 2023


Artistic Director – Rebecca Hulbert

Director – Mydd Pharo

Producer – Jasmine Cole

Supported by Wildworks – Emma Hogg

Performer – Rebecca Hulbert

Movement Director  – Jen Fletcher

Speech and Language Therapist – Saskia Dady

Designer – Ellie Williams

Stage Manager – Lowenna Hosken

Graphic Designers – Charlotte Perry and Paul Barrett (Bear and Pear)

Composer – Matthew Thomason

Story Writers – Anna Mansell, Anna Wilson, Craig Barr‑Green, James Henry, Naomi Jones, Rebecca Cobb

Story and Script Editor – Craig Barr-Green

Assistant Director – Lauren Syrett

Stills Photographer – Thom Axon

Videographer – Neal Megaw

SEN and Social Communication Specialist – Mike Harris

Storytelling Consultant – John Brolly

Early Years/KS1 Consultant – Sally Knight


Callington Library

We have onsite parking and a slope as well as steps so are fully accessible. Seating will be provided if required.

We have accessible toilet facilities.

There are also baby changing facilities if required.

Address: Callington Library, Coronation Road, Callington, PL17 7DR

Truro Library

The side entrance to the 2nd floor has push buttons to open the doors and is fully accessible.

There is also a lift on the ground floor to the 2nd floor.

The entrance to the garden is fully accessible. Please note – the front of the building has steps due to the age of the building.

The toilets on the 2nd floor have changing tables, and there is an accessible toilet.

There is a small staff toilet on the ground floor, close to the garden – to note, this does not contain a baby changing station.

Truro parking is limited. The nearest car park is the multi-story car park – High Cross. This is to the back of the library. There is a park and ride. The train station is a 10 minute walk.

There is no parking at the library for audience, although people can be dropped off outside the library. It’s a semi-pedestrianised street.

Address: Truro Library Union Place, Pydar Street, Truro, TR1 1EP

Penzance Library

The whole library is accessible and is on the ground floor with no steps.

Public toilets are available in the building, on the ground floor by the entrance. Mens, womans, and an accessible toilet.

Baby changing facilities are in a separate, lockable room

There is a short stay carpark next to the library with spaces including disabled bays.

Sterts Theatre

There is an accessible path from the carpark.

Sterts has accessible toilets and a Changing Place facility (RADAR key access).

Address: Sterts Theatre, Upton Cross, Liskeard, PL14 5AX

Trebah Gardens

Parking is free and there is a step-free slope leading down into the Visitor Centre.

The only toilets in the Gardens are in the Visitor Centre, where there is also an accessible toilet.

There is a step-free route from the Visitor Centre to the amphitheatre.

The amphitheatre is accessible by mobility scooter and manual wheelchair (please ask a member of staff for guidance).

To note – We are a valley garden, so the paths can be steep in places. We also have all of our visitor access information on our website, which may also be of use:

Address: Trebah Garden Trust, Mawnan Smith, Near Falmouth, TR11 5JZ

Minack Theatre

Access information can be found through this link

Due to the unusual nature of our site we suggest that people phone the box office as the staff are all trained to find the best way of accessing the theatre for each individual.

Address: Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Penzance, TR19 6JU