Image: The Rose Playhouse
15-20 minute post show discussions: 23 / 24 / 28 June and 1 July (Ticket holders are welcome to stay behind after performance).
Sea-change Theatre present a magical retelling of a most infamous shipwreck, within the haunting setting of The Rose Playhouse on Bankside.
A single mother and her child are cast adrift on a boat, banished from her own country, she weaves a spell on a mysterious island.
Twelve years later a magical storm brings her lost and bewildered enemies onto the island, where their villainous deeds are exposed.
A parallel tale for the times we live in, one of love, deception and rebellion.
A teasing, gender-bending feast for the senses from the all-female cast, with Baroque-burlesque disco, Sea-shanties and Calypso.
In a celebration of the spirit of romance and reconciliation, Sea-change Theatre bring their boldly comic adaptation of Shakespeare's classic tale to London's Bankside this summer.
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London SE1 9AR
Performance days & times
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
£12 (OAP, Student or Equity)
£10 Friends of The Rose and Southwark Residents
Author: William Shakespeare, adapted by Sue Frumin
Director: Ray Malone
Production: Sea-change Theatre