Your computer screen is now your very own portal to Prospero’s Island. You’ll be transported from your living rooms to help Ariel’s spirit be freed, plot with Trinculo and Caliban, experience Miranda and Ferdinand falling in love and see Prospero enact his revenge.
This will certainly not be your traditional Shakespeare. In association with Big Telly Theatre Company (A Midsummer Nights Dream), The Tempest will push the boundaries of this brave new world we find ourselves in, and embrace our new digital stage with gusto.
In true Creation style this performance takes the spirit of adventure to the next level, with the spirit of all that makes our work unique at it’s heart.
Run Ends 25th April 2020. Booking detail and more info here
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