Druimfin, home of Mull Theatre, is a mile or so outside Tobermory on the Salen road - a five-minute drive from Tobermory, or a 40-minute walk through Aros Park. There is a car park beside the venue.
The Café at An Tobar is open serving hot drinks, warming soups, toasties and home baking. Lunches are served from 12pm-3pm, with snacks and hot/cold drinks served all day. Opening Times: April-Sept, Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm.
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: www.comar.co.uk/visit/access
The producing company, Mull Theatre, has taken more than 40 major projects to more than 300 venues – from Shetland, through Orkney, on almost every island off the west coast, down every highway and byway, on isolated peninsulas and in secluded glens, in almost every local authority area in Scotland, in almost every town or village which has ever had live theatre, in almost every small, medium or large theatre in almost every town or city in the land, from the Royal Lyceum and the Citizens to the schoolroom on the Isle of Muck. Mull Theatre’s productions have appeared at all the major Scottish theatres, and its production of Peter Arnott’s Cyprus had a four-week run at Trafalgar Studios in London’s West End.
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