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Widely considered to be the last of his solo plays, The Tempest is Shakespeare's final masterpiece, a tale of 'forgiveness, generosity and enlightenment' in which Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure his perfidious brother to the enchanted island on which he and his daughter Miranda have spent 12 years in exile. Combining sumptuous Jacobean costume with enchanting music and 'spellbinding staging' (The Daily Telegraph), this acclaimed Globe production - starring Olivier Award winner Roger Allam as a 'poignantly humane' Prospero (The Financial Times) - is a touching portrayal of one of the Bard's most lyrical stage works. Filmed in High Definition and true SS.
Widely considered to be the last of his solo plays, The Tempest is Shakespeare's final masterpiece, a tale of 'forgiveness, generosity and enlightenment' in which Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure his perfidious brother to the enchanted island on which he and his daughter Miranda have spent 12 years in exile. Combining sumptuous Jacobean costume with enchanting music and 'spellbinding staging' (The Daily Telegraph), this acclaimed Globe production - starring Olivier Award winner Roger Allam as a 'poignantly humane' Prospero (The Financial Times) - is a touching portrayal of one of the Bard's most lyrical stage works. Filmed in High Definition and true SS.
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Widely considered to be the last of his solo plays, The Tempest is Shakespeare's final masterpiece, a tale of 'forgiveness, generosity and enlightenment' in which Prospero, the rightful Duke of Milan, conjures up a storm to lure his perfidious brother to the enchanted island on which he and his daughter Miranda have spent 12 years in exile. Combining sumptuous Jacobean costume with enchanting music and 'spellbinding staging' (The Daily Telegraph), this acclaimed Globe production - starring Olivier Award winner Roger Allam as a 'poignantly humane' Prospero (The Financial Times) - is a touching portrayal of one of the Bard's most lyrical stage works. Filmed in High Definition and true SS.
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