Many regard The Tempest as Shakespeare’s swansong – his farewell to the stage – making it a fitting choice to mark the 400th Anniversary of his death.
It is a play about magic, monsters and the marooned. About shipwrecks and shape-shifting. And about the necessity for reconciliation and forgiveness. It is a play that speaks eloquently about the nature of theatre itself.
An ensemble of 10 actors and musicians will bring this mystical play to life through music, physical action, visual images and of course Shakespeare’s language.