In Cornwall for the fifth year, the Asylum seasons are a chance for friends old and new to enjoy world class theatre, delicious food and drink, live music and a good old-fashioned Kneehigh knees-up.
In September 2014 we presented our radical new Beggar's Opera, Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) at the Asylum, in the magical location of The Lost Gardens of Heligan. Thank you to everyone who made it such a fantastic season - we had a riot!
This year, we’re showcasing our brand new show 946 - an adaptation by Emma Rice of Michael Morpurgo’s The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips that combines music, puppetry and foolishness to tell this tale of war, prejudice and love. Check out the video below to get a taster of what to expect at this year's Asylum. Tickets are on sale now - click here to find out more.
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Kneehigh are a UK based theatre company with a local, national and international profile. For over 30 years we have created vigorous, popular and challenging theatre and perform with the joyful anarchy that audiences have come to expect from this ground-breaking company.
Kneehigh tell stories. Based in Cornwall in breath-taking barns on the south coast we create theatre of humanity on an epic and tiny scale. We work with an ever-changing ensemble of performers, artists, technicians, administrators, makers and musicians and are passionate about our multi-disciplined creative process.
In 2010 Kneehigh launched The Asylum, a beautiful and flexible nomadic structure, which means we now have a venue to call home as well as being one of the leading touring theatre companies in the UK. We have now presented four seasons in The Asylum in Cornwall, and will continue to reinvent the space and explore new locations in future years. The Asylum will return to Cornwall in 2015.
Alongside our national and international touring and Asylum seasons, we run the Kneehigh Rambles Programme - aiming to engage creatively with communities in Cornwall and beyond through event and adventure.