This Last Tempest

Theatre |
9th October 2014 – 10th October 2014

Thursday 9 and Friday 10 October.

There will be a short Q&A with cast and director after the perfromance on Thursday 9th. 

This Last Tempest is a sequel to The Tempest and begins where Shakespeare left off. Caliban and Ariel are left alone on the enchanted island, watching Prospero’s ship sail over the horizon and out of view. 

Using the magic of the words Prospero taught them, his former servants, the “savage” and the “airy spirit” are free to begin again. They sing and perform wild tempests. As the storms rage endlessly around them they conjure-up their own brave new world, with new rules for a new society – where spirits and monsters are people and inanimate things are alive.

Part theatre, part gig, This Last Tempest draws on Uninvited Guests’ collaborative approach to devised theatre. Working with composer and musician Neil Johnson, they fill this strange yet familiar island with guitar noise, evocative sounds and sweet airs.

” This is a superb production, a rumination of the Tempest, set on a magical island, with intimate moments, interaction with the audience and beautiful theatre tricks“.  Richard Foster CEO Brewrey Arts Centre

Funded by Arts Council England. Commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre and Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal. Developed at The Other Place at the RSC, and with support from Tobacco Factory Theatres.

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Venue: Theatre
Date & Time: Thu 9 & Fri 10 Oct at 8pm

Age Rec:12+

DATES & TIMES

9th October 2014 – 10th October 2014

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