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The Tempest – St Paul’s Covent Garden

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Daniel Winder Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty Working outside, without much of the mechanics and tools of a playhouse at their disposal, it’s entirely to their credit that Iris theatre have created a little bit of magic in the garden of St Paul’s. The Tempest is the yearly Shakespeare production for the company, filling the rose garden with ...

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The Tempest – Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Writer: William Shakespeare, adapted by Andy Barrow Director: Andy Barrow Reviewer: James Garrington Since it was established 29 years ago, Oddsocks has become famous for its unusual and comic versions of the classic Shakespeare plays – often to some acclaim. This year, alongside a rerun of last year’s Romeo and Juliet, we have a new production of The Tempest. It ...

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The Tempest – St John on the Wall’s Crypt, Bristol

Writer: William Shakespeare Adapted by: Hannah Drake, Justin Palmer, and Ellie Showering Director: Hannah Drake Designer: Sarah Warren Composer: Ellie Showering Lighting: Edmund McKay Reviewer: Leah Tozer ‘Be not afeard. The isle is full of noises,’ a muddling, older man murmurs to us, collected in a crypt beneath a Medieval church in the centre of Bristol as cars and buses and ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: This is my Theatre – The Tempest

Back by popular demand for 2017, our Brighton Bites series offer short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into shows performing at England’s largest arts festival. Hopefully, they will whet your appetite to try something new at this year’s Brighton Fringe. Here, This is my Theatre tells us about their show, The Tempest, which they’ll be performing at Preston Old Church. ...

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The Tempest – Southwark Playhouse, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Amy Draper Reviewer: Scott Matthewman Shakespeare productions seem to come in batches. Last year one couldn’t move without bumping into a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, from the Globe to the RSC. The Tempest seems to be following the same course; the Donmar Warehouse’s all-female version has just closed in King’s Cross, while Simon Russell ...

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The Tempest – The Print Room, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Simon Usher Reviewer: Maryam Philpott At the end of what has been a very difficult year, everyone is looking for a bit of Christmas magic to raise the mood. Understandably then, along with the annual pantos, several notable versions of The Tempest have arrived simultaneously. With the RSC and Donmar Warehouse productions opening in the last ...

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The Tempest – Theatre Royal Plymouth

Choreographer: David Bintley Reviewer: Helen Tope Written against a backdrop of social and political upheaval, Shakespeare’s The Tempest made its debut by Royal appointment. Performed to an audience including King James I, The Tempest is markedly different to Shakespeare’s earlier comedies, certainly when compared to such plays as the exuberant Twelfth Night. First performed in 1611, it moves purposefully through darkness and light. ...

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The Tempest – Birmingham Hippodrome

The Tempest_BRB, Prospero; Iain Mackay, Miranda; Jenna Roberts, Ferdinand; Joseph Caley, Ariel; Mathias Dingman, Trinculo; James Barton, Stephano; Valentin Olovyannikov, Caliban; Tyrone Singleton, Antonio; Domonic Antonucci, Juno; Delia Mathews, Ceres; Celine Gittens, Iris; Yvette Knight, Pan; Tzu_Chao Chou,

Choreographer:David Bintley Reviewer: Laura Jayne Bateman Over 30 years in the making, Birmingham Royal Ballet premieres a new version of Shakespeare’s The Tempest400 years after his death. Choreographed by company director David Bintley and with an entirely original score by Sally Beamish, the production offers visual spectacle and superb dancing within a largely faithful adaptation of Shakespeare’s final play. Alonso, ...

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