The Tempest



In Mokwha Repertory Company‘s adaptation of The Tempest, Shakespeare’s original finds itself caught and torn apart in the eye of a storm; then reassembled with Korean traditional theatrical and music styles to create something unique, fascinating and riotously enjoyable. The mystery of Shakespeare’s most magical of plays is intact: here, Propsero’s island is populated by […]

FRINGE PREVIEW – Shakespeare’s The Tempest by Claire Wood

We spoke with the Edinburgh director, Claire Wood about her forthcoming show in the unusual venue – the Mary of Guise barge in Leith. It’s also thought to be the only show in the Fringe this year that you enter via a drawbridge! Tell us a little bit about your show – where’s it happening, what’s it about, […]