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By Helicopter - Direct to Tresco

By Helicopter - Direct to Tresco

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Before you Arrive

Before you Arrive

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Tresco Islandshare

Tresco Islandshare

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Tresco Offers & Breaks

Tresco Offers & Breaks

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Eating

Eating

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Grocery

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Events & Experiences

Events & Experiences

From the Low Tide Event to live music, Abbey Garden Theatre and more, discover extraordinary events on the Isles of Scilly

Day Trips to Tresco

Day Trips to Tresco

Whether you're coming from elsewhere on Scilly, or further afield in Devon or Cornwall, a day trip to Tresco is the perfect day out

OUTDOOR THEATRE: Madame Bovary

Based on the novel by Gustave Flaubert, Ha Hum Ah Productions and The Minack Theatre present The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary

Tuesday 25th June, 6pm
Tresco Abbey Garden
£14pp

Emma Bovary is bored. She’s bored with her boring doctor husband, bored with her boring provincial village and bored with her role as a dutiful wife in (boring) nineteenth-century France. But Emma reads novels. Lots of novels. And in novels, life is much more fun… Now, four actors battle hilarious mishaps and misbehaving props to tell the (massively) tragic story of Madame Bovary.

​Laugh and cry in equal measure as Emma Bovary chooses the wrong husband. Lose yourself in mesmeric love scenes featuring a stupendous collection of devastatingly handsome men. Question the impotence of women in a patriarchal, Victorian society (if you want). There will be vermin, visual absurdity, wild animals and a nun.

​Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary was published in 1856, prosecuted for obscenity and hailed as the greatest novel ever written.

​Flaubert’s complex novel is given a refreshing shake up in this irreverent, irrepressible, and irresistible play.

Tickets on the door or online via the link below

  • Contains strong language and mature themes

  • Suitable for age 12+ (parental guidance)

Stay on Tresco

Winter and Festive breaks are not always available to book online - for cottage stays or New Inn breaks over the winter months please go to Winter on Tresco or call 01720 422849.

Or call +44 (0)1720 422 849