Original, imaginative and bold.Broadway Baby
Our version of The Tempest toured England in 2016, during the so-called migrant crisis. Set in a near-future world, we used projected newsreel footage and scenes from Calais to show the humanity behind a lot of dizzying statistics.
The Tempest, still as relevant as it ever was, examines wealth, politics and corruption among the ruling elite – but ultimately, it’s about finding a place to call home.
The production toured to theatres, places of education and community venues – raising £1,500 for Doctors Without Borders (MSF).
It left me both inspired and spellbound.Everything Theatre
Beautifully staged and heartfelt.Intermission Bristol
It is both beautiful and originalRemote Goat