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The Tempest

The Tempest

For twelve years Prospero, the rightful duke of Milan, has dwelt on an island after his brother Antonio betrayed him and cast him adrift in a small boat. For twelve years he has plotted revenge on those who overthrew him...

Classical language combines with live music and choral sea shanties to bring what is thought to be the bard’s final play to life. A tale of revenge, love and forgiveness, this is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

A new production from the critically acclaimed company (TIMT Theatre Touring LTD) deemed to give “an education in how to make Shakespeare relevant again” (-Binge Fringe 2019)


Adapted for Stage by Sarah Slator

Music Composed and Arranged by Stallard

Photo from Patch Harvey Photography


Book Tickets

  • Wed 6 May 7.30pm

Tickets £15 / concessions £13

Studied as a set text for English Literature GCSE

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