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Staff Reporter (21 June, 2022)

A tale of reckoning and redemption

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The Tempest, Shakespeare’s tumultuous tale of reckoning and redemption will be brought to life by the Globe Ensemble and directed by Sean Holmes.

Peter Bourke will play Gonzalo. Peter is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the roles of Conrade and Friar.

Rachel Hannah Clarke will play Ariel. Rachel is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the roles of Margaret and Watchman.

Ralph Davis will play Trinculo. Ralph is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Benedick.

George Fouracres will play Stefano. George is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing as Dogberry.

Joanne Howarth will play Francisco. Joanne is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the roles of Antonia and Verges.

Olivier Huband will play Ferdinand. Olivier is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Don John.

Nadi Kemp-Sayfi will play Miranda. Nadi is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Hero.

Ciarán O’Brien will play Caliban. Ciarán is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Boracio.

Patrick Osborne will play Antonio. Patrick is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Claudio.

Lucy Phelps will play Sebastian. Lucy is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Beatrice.

Ferdy Roberts will play Prospero. Ferdy is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Don Pedro.

Katy Stephens will play Alonso. Katy is currently performing at the Globe in Much Ado About Nothing in the role of Leonata.

The Tempest is designed by Paul Wills, co-directed by Diane Page, with Naeem Hayat as assistant director, Cassie Kinoshi as composer and Rachael Nanyonjo as movement director.

The Globe Theatre, Bankside, SE1 from 22 July – 22 October. Times: Tues-Sun, times vary, see website for details. Admission: £5 – £64.

Booking: Shakespearesglobe.com

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