The Tempest

Shakespeare’s The Tempest tells the story of Prospero, a duke of great powers who is betrayed by his brother and exiled on an island with his infant daughter. It is a story of revenge and forgiveness, of mighty magic and its consequences, of passionate lovers, scheming nobles and boisterous drunks. This being a DramSoc production, it is also a story of miraculous engineering, complete with fireworks, mechanical harpies and a jazz band from the Roaring Twenties.

The Tempest was performed from 4th-7th March 2015 in the Union Concert Hall.