A programme of talks, demonstrations and workshops for all ages exploring The Tempest, as well as two exciting new installations in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Prospero's Cell, a new interactive exhibition in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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Our events programme gives you a chance to learn more from the cast and director about the work behind putting the plays on stage.

Events

Creating The Tempest: Embodying Ariel

Creating The Tempest: Embodying Ariel

10 December 2016

Studio Theatre@The Other Place

The collaborative process that will bring the many forms of the spirit Ariel to life on our stage has involved a unique blend of creative theatre practice and pioneering digital experimentation. Our speakers will share insights into the production and rehearsal process, and the digital techniques used in the show. Speakers include Stephen Brimson Lewis (RSC Director of Design) and Ben Lumsden (Head of Studio, The Imaginarium) and Mark Quartley (playing Ariel in our current production).

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Post Show Talk: The Tempest

Post Show Talk: The Tempest

12 December 2016

Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Stay on after the show for a free discussion with members of the acting company where you get the chance to ask the questions. Happening throughout 2015 and 2016.

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Creating The Tempest: Brave New Digital World

Creating The Tempest: Brave New Digital World

17 December 2016

Studio Theatre@The Other Place

What does the future hold for digital storytelling in theatre? Speakers include Sarah Ellis (RSC Head of Digital Development), Anthony Lilley (Bournemouth University and CEO, Magic Lantern) and Clare Reddington (Creative Director, Watershed).

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Unwrapped: The Tempest

Unwrapped: The Tempest

14 January 2017

Royal Shakespeare Theatre

Join the Assistant Director for the production and members of the acting company as they demonstrate some of the skills that go into making the production. Suitable for ages 12 years up.

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