Make a day of it and enjoy the food and drink on offer at Carlyon Beach.
The pop-ups on the beach get very busy, especially when it’s nice weather. So please arrive as early as you can if you would like to eat on the beach. There are some picnic benches and covered areas to eat, but we’d also suggest you bring blankets and maybe even a deckchair to make the most of your beach picnic.
If there’s a group of you, please see below for pre-ordering information.
Offbeat Bar and Kitchen
Open until 11am Offbeat Bar and Kitchen is the place for laid back beach dining, sundowners, and post-show drinks. On show nights, they’ll be offering jacket potatoes with delicious fillings, plus quiches and salads. Arrive early!
Gourmet pop-up from Scarlet & Blue. Locally caught fish from St Austell bay area with a middle eastern twist. This is when-it’s-gone-it’s-gone stuff so arrive as early as you can if you want to make the most of Blue’s friendship with St Austell Bay fishermen.
Traditional handmade pasties and pies plus sandwiches, drinks and the all-important ice creams. For daytime performances why not pre-order a picnic bag, spread out a blanket, and enjoy a proper beach picnic before the show?
The pop ups on the beach get very busy on sunny days. To guarantee you’ll get your food before the show, please pre-order from the Offbeat Bar & Kitchen by calling 07967384837 . You can see their menu above. Parties of six or more must pre-order food. Pre-orders can be taken up to 9pm the evening before the performance. Even if you’ve pre-ordered, you’ll need to arrive as early as you can to make sure you have enough time to eat.
For something quicker, you can pre-order a picnic from Ogy1 Pasty shop. See above for the menu, and order by emailing email@example.com.
For evening performances, the legendary Asylum bar will be open before and during the show. The Asylum Bar is cash only, so please make sure you have some with you. All other outlets accept cards. The bar will be open until 11pm for that all-important post show drink.
Please note that Kneehigh can’t take responsibility for the pop-ups running out of food or their opening times.