Driving through the narrow lanes, you need to hug the roadsides with their colourful floral wildflowers.......some people seem to have trouble moving over! We had been advised to drive right up to the carpark on top of the hill. Some people don’t realise there is free parking and walk up.
Concrete and stone was carved by Rowena herself with names of plays and patterns. Carefully stepped down the cliff she has created an amazing amphitheatre with the stage at the bottom and the sea as a backdrop. Description does not do it justice!
Seats were popped into nooks and crannies to rest and soak in the atmosphere.
With a small museum and video, production telling the story of this amazing place you need to allow a good two hours here.
Reluctant to leave......the shut sign went out in preparation for the afternoon performance of Anthony and Cleopatra. They have both Shakespeare, and other traditional works as well as more lighthearted plays and children’s events.