Tron Theatre Company presents

The Tempest

Captioning
BSL
Audio Described

Showing from Fri 29 Oct — Sat 13 Nov 2021

One of the last plays that Shakespeare wrote and undoubtedly one of his most outstanding works, The Tempest – at once dreamlike, surreal, magical, romantic and cruel – will be Tron Theatre Company’s first piece of work on the main stage in the re-opening season.

Working with a cast of eleven Scottish-based female/female identifying actors, this movement-based version of The Tempest, being staged during the COP26 summit, capitalises on the extraordinary atmosphere of the Tron’s stripped-back main auditorium. In a play about the exploitation of male power and greed and the colonisation of other lands and their indigenous inhabitants, the exclusively female voice subverts the interpretation, bringing a new energy and nuance to the language.

Opening with a shipwreck and ending with the powerful and vindictive Prospero abandoning the island he has ruled over for some twelve years – ‘At this hour/Lie at my mercy all mine enemies’ – there is enchantment and treachery, comedy and tragedy in this fantastical tale where absolutely nothing is as it seems.

Cast: Nicole Cooper, Catriona Faint, Taylor Goodwin, Liz Kettle, Megan McGuire, Ariana Ferris McLean, Itxaso Moreno, Katya Morrison, Titana Muthui, Ninon Noiret, Elle Watson.

Written by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Devised and directed by ANDY ARNOLD

Movement Director KERIEVA McCORMICK (Artistic Director Kam-Ri Dance Theatre)
Design Consultant JENNY BOOTH
Lighting Designer BENNY GOODMAN
Sound Designer/Composer NIROSHINI THAMBAR
Costume Design VICTORIA BROWN

Head of Production LAURA WALSHE
Technical Stage Manager JASON McQUAIDE
Stage Manager SUZANNE GOLDBERG
Technical Manager MARK HUGHES
Deputy Stage Manager BABETTE WICKHAM-RIDDICK
Assistant Stage Manager ASTRID ROTHMEIER

The Tempest is being funded by Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund, administered by Creative Scotland.

Image design: Joe Connolly/Jamhot

Fri 29 October 2021 7:30pm 29/10 - 7:30pm
Preview
Preview
SOLD OUT
Sat 30 October 2021 7:30pm 30/10 - 7:30pm
Press Night
Press Night
Tue 02 November 2021 7:30pm 02/11 - 7:30pm
Wed 03 November 2021 7:30pm 03/11 - 7:30pm Book Tickets
Thu 04 November 2021 7:30pm 04/11 - 7:30pm Book Tickets
Fri 05 November 2021 7:30pm 05/11 - 7:30pm Book Tickets
Sat 06 November 2021 7:30pm 06/11 - 7:30pm Book Tickets
Tue 09 November 2021 7:30pm 09/11 - 7:30pm Book Tickets
Wed 10 November 2021 2:30pm 10/11 - 2:30pm Book Tickets
Wed 10 November 2021 7:30pm 10/11 - 7:30pm Book Tickets
Thu 11 November 2021 7:30pm 11/11 - 7:30pm
with Captions
with Captions
Book Tickets
Fri 12 November 2021 7:30pm 12/11 - 7:30pm
with Integrated British Sign Language
with Integrated British Sign Language
Book Tickets
Sat 13 November 2021 2:30pm 13/11 - 2:30pm
with Integrated British Sign Language
with Integrated British Sign Language
Book Tickets
Sat 13 November 2021 7:30pm 13/11 - 7:30pm
with Audio Description
with Audio Description
Book Tickets
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