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Wednesday, 18 May 2016

The Tempest of Lyme

What is it? When is it? Why should I see it?

The Tempest of Lyme is a production which tells the story of Sir George Somers of Lyme, who laid claim to Bermuda, interspersed with Shakespeare's final play, The Tempest.

The play by Andrew Rattenbury and the Marine Theatre's own Clemmie Reynolds, who also handles the directorial reins. Okay, okay Shakespeare had a hand in it too! It will be staged from the 19th to the 24th July in the theatre square, summer weather permitting! Shakespeare by the sea...what could be better?

Come and see some of the local talented folk in a tale of shipwreck, magic and romance. Oh, with some sweet airs, various odd noises, music, dance and general bonhomie.
Trust will be fun.

To come over the next few weeks here will be cast interviews, pictures and a certain amount of irreverence.

Watch this space...

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