The Tempest re-imagined for everyone aged six and over (2009)

William Shakespeare

The Tempest re-imagined for everyone aged six and over was the theatre's second re-imagined adaptation, following the success of A Midsummer Night's Dream the previous year. The 'completely, energetically entertaining' (Time Out) adaptation retained Shakespeare's language and text, and was brought vividly to life with music, physical humour and plenty of opportunities for the whole audience to get involved. Directed by Liam Steel , the interpretation was a resounding success thoroughly captivating children of all ages.

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Reviews

The Times

"Liam Steel's robust take on the Bard. A good introduction to Shakespeare."

The Stage

"A delightfully musical version of this play in which seven actors work their socks off to great effect."

Time Out

"Completely, energetically engaging."