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What to expect

This is a thunderous play of redemption and reckoning by Shakespeare. The story is of Prospero, a powerful man, on a mysterious desert island where he rules the brave new world he made. There is treachery and magic at every turn, with the members of the ship now at his mercy after the storm put them on the island. Book 'The Tempest' tickets now and get inside Shakespeare's mind this summer at his London theatre on Globe Walk. Know more by reading on about the mix of superstition and the spirit of magic.

About 'The Tempest'

What is 'The Tempest' about?

Shakespeare's tumultuous play called 'The Tempest' is his most elemental comedy and this production in Shakespeare's Globe Theatre is directed by Sean Holmes, the Associate Artistic Director.

With a ferocious storm raised by Prospero in revenge, a ship is destroyed in order to strand a crew of men on the same remote island which Prospero is currently ruling. Among the crew is also Prospero's usurping brother. The colonised inhabitants of the island do give support to Prospero, but reluctantly. Next comes Prospero's designs of emotional and magical manipulation.

'The Tempest' is said to have been based on a real-life event that was encountered by a voyager. Similarly in this story, the storm made by Prospero washes his enemies ashore on the island, at his mercy. No one dies in the storm. Naturally, the story contains both comedy and tragedy. Alonso, Sebastian, and Antonia are the three sinners. Watch this play to learn which character has visited England.

According to historians, 'The Tempest' was probably written around 1610-1611.

See it live in Shakespeare's Globe Theatre with sounds, noises, and sweet airs from the show. Get 'The Tempest' tickets for the summer shows now.

What age is 'The Tempest' suitable for?

An age restriction has not been announced.

Adults must accompany children for the play at the venue, with valid 'The Tempest' theatre tickets.

How long is 'The Tempest'?

The duration of the performance has not been announced.

Who is in the cast of 'The Tempest' in London?

The cast of the London play has not been announced yet.

Who is the team behind 'The Tempest'?

The team includes director Sean Holmes and the company Globe Ensemble.

See the jaw-dropping comedy at the Globe Theatre in London. Book tickets to 'The Tempest' now.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is 'The Tempest' being performed?

The address of the venue is Shakespeare's Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT, United Kingdom.

How do I get to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre?

If you are travelling from London to the theatre, take the A3211 road to reach the destination in the quickest possible time.

The nearest tube station is London Bridge.

The nearest train station is Blackfriars.

Follow the signs for the South Bank/River Thames and walk until you reach the river. Once you reach it, head west and you will find the Globe on the southern side of the Thames, by the Tate Modern.

Check your tickets before travelling to ensure you reach the London theatre at the right time.

Where can I park near Shakespeare's Globe Theatre?

NCP Car Park at Thames Exchange is the nearest to the theatre.

Where are the toilet facilities at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre?

There are toilets as well as accessible toilets on the Piazza level.

Is Shakespeare's Globe Theatre accessible?

The theatre is fully accessible. Wheelchair spaces can be bought too. Do double-check the details before booking your tickets.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some popular restaurants are Porky's BBQ, Tas Pide, The Real Greek, Swan at the Globe, and Zizzi.

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