The Tempest Reviews

What’s On Stage – “This delightful production is a must-see for anyone who likes their Shakespeare with a twist and will appeal particularly to younger theatregoers”: http://www.whatsonstage.com/london-theatre/reviews/07-2014/the-tempest-review_35105.html

Remotegoat – “A confederation of ideas and absolute riches of talent make this show unmissable and unique” : http://www.remotegoat.com/uk/review/11178/360-degrees-of-fantastical-work/

A Younger Theatre – “The company uses puppetry and music to create a version of The Tempest that is almost magical”: http://www.ayoungertheatre.com/review-the-tempest-cockpit-theatre-tree-folk-theatre/

Views From The Gods – “However, Tree Folk have not fallen victim to cliché, they’ve simply woven their own identity through the entire production making this unmistakably their play, and a thoroughly compelling one at that”: http://viewsfromthegods.co.uk/the-tempest-tree-folk.shtml

West End Wilma – “Combining folk music, puppets and physical theatre, they brought it to life and made it – dare I say it – quirky!”: http://www.westendwilma.com/the-tempest-cockpit-theatre/

Rev Stan’s Theatre Blog – “The visual depiction works wells for the magical island’s inhabitants in Shakespeare’s shipwreck comedy drama”: http://theatre.revstan.com/2014/07/review-the-tempest-at-the-cockpit-theatre.html

Everything Theatre – “A dynamic, engaging and fast-paced show which would be particularly good for a younger audience” : http://everything-theatre.co.uk/2014/07/the-tempest-cockpit-theatre-review.html

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