Written By William Shakespeare
Directed by Ben Humphrey
Tuesday 24th - Saturday 28th September at 7:30pm
Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday Matinees at 1:00pm
Tickets: £18 (Matinees £13.50)
Schools Price: £10 (Teachers go free.)
About the Play
Betrayal, revenge, magic and romance intertwine in one of Shakespeare's best-loved works.
Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, has been shipwrecked on an island along with his infant daughter, Miranda. With only spirits and creatures of the island for company, they have made a life for themselves amongst the magic and simplicity of their surroundings. However, when a ship passing by the island is wrecked during a spectacular and mystical storm, Prospero leaps on the opportunity to settle old scores and uses his magic to weave a web of intrigue, chaos, vengeance and hilarity, in a story that will delight and entertain audiences both young and old alike.
Don't miss the opportunity to see this truly unique staging of Shakespeare's classic masterpiece in one of Worcester's most spectacular venues.
The Tempest is one of Shakespeare's best loved works and it's easy to see why schools have made it a staple of the curriculum for both English and Drama based subjects.
The Worcester Repertory Company's site specific production of The Tempest is the perfect way to introduce new students to the text as well as reignite a passion with more experienced students.
We are delighted to be able to bring you a unique offering that will complement and enhance your classroom experience by bringing you a series of workshops and sessions that sit alongside the production. For more information on our educational offerings please click the link below.