It is an open-air theater, built above a ravine with an outcrop of rocky granite projecting into the sea (Cornish meynek minack means a rocky or rocky place).
It is registered as a Charitable Trust and is now managed by a local management team.
WHY THIS PLACE
He constantly appears on lists of the most spectacular theaters in the world. It is currently used from Easter to September for a full summer season of 20 pieces, produced by companies across the UK and visiting companies in the USA. The theater is available for events during the rest of the year, including weddings.
• In 1944, the theater was used as a location for Gainsborough Studios' Love Story, starring Stewart Granger and Margaret Lockwood, but inclement weather forced them to retire to a studio model.
• In 1955, the first changing rooms were built.