Sport for Jove and and Seymour Centre present

The Tempest

by William Shakespeare

18 - 26 June 2020

“Brilliant...they came back with a renewed love for the play.”

Jenny Bloomfield, English Teacher, Blacktown Girls High School


A symphonic vision of forgiveness and discovery, The Tempest is a reflection of the world’s most famous playwright at the height of his powers and at the end of his remarkable career.


Famous for its language, enchanting characters and breathtaking theatricality, the tempest in this play lies both within Prospero and in the contradictions and ambiguities the story investigates: freedom and slavery; lust and chastity; youth and age; revenge and forgiveness.


One of Shakespeare’s most original and personal plays, The Tempest will deeply engage your students and change their perception of Shakespeare forever.



Tickets: School groups $28 per student. One teacher free per 10 students, additional teachers at student price.


Years 7-12

Stage 4 English, Drama

Stage 5 English, Drama

Stage 6 English


Q&As: 15 minute Q&As led by director Damien Ryan will take place after all 1pm performances.


Resources: Teacher resource kits will be available for all bookings.



Writer William Shakespeare
Director Damien Ryan
Costume Designer Renata Beslik
Lighting Designer Matt Cox
Sound Designer Julian Boggs