One of Shakespeare’s most original and personal plays, The Tempest is a symphonic vision of forgiveness, discovery, and self-discovery. Famous for its language, context, enchanting characters and breathtaking theatricality, the play is a reflection of the world’s most famous playwright at the height of his powers and at the end of his remarkable career.
This tempest is not only in Prospero – the storm lies in the contradictions and ambiguities the story throws up about freedom and slavery, civilisation and barbarism, legacy and letting go, lust and chastity, youth and age, revenge and forgiveness. The sea is a place of transformation but also represents the capriciousness of nature, chaos and fate.
Image credit: Seiya Taguchi
"Brilliant...they came back with a renewed love for the play."Jenny Bloomfield, English Teacher, Blacktown Girls High School
School groups $28 per student. One teacher free per 10 students, additional teachers at student price.
Full payment for this show is due 13/04/2021
Years 7 – 12
Stage 4 English, Drama
Stage 5 English, Drama
Stage 6 HSC English
A detailed online Student Resource Kit will be available for all bookings.
Workshops can be organised through Sport for Jove, please contact email@example.com if you would like further information.
Writer William Shakespeare
Director Damien Ryan
Producer Cat Dibley
Lighting Designer Matt Cox
Sound Designer Julian Boggs
Costume Designer Renata Beslik
We are a registered COVID-Safe business and we're committed to making your Seymour visit as safe and enjoyable as possible.
The theatre may operate at a reduced capacity during school shows.
School groups are exempt from QR code registration requirements if they provide the name and phone number of two designated contacts. These contacts must be able to provide the names and contact details of all group members if contacted by NSW Health.
Schools are responsible for ensuring that any staff and students who are unwell, awaiting a COVID test result, or under instruction to self-isolate do not attend.
Masks are strongly recommended for teachers and for students aged 12 years and over.
Find out about our other COVID safety measures here.
|Tue 8 June||1pm|
|Wed 9 Jun||10am, 1pm|
|Thu 10 Jun||10am|
|Fri 11 Jun||10am, 1pm|
100 minutes (no interval). 15-minute Q&A follows 1pm shows.
One teacher free per 10 students, additional teachers at student price.
Contains adult themes, sexual references, haze smoke, loud or sudden sounds, strobe lighting and use of prop weapons. Photography and filming prohibited.
The only authorised ticket seller for this event is Seymour Centre. If you purchase from an unauthorised seller, you risk that your tickets may be fake or invalid.