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The Tempest @ Middle Temple

June 14, 2011

20th August – 3rd September 2011

“Located in the secluded heart of London’s legal quarter between Fleet Street and the Embankment, Middle Temple Hall was completed in 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day. The Hall has strong Shakespearean connections – in January 1602, it was the setting for the very first performance of Twelfth Night. Antic Disposition’s The Tempest offers a rare opportunity to visit and explore the cobbled lanes and quiet courtyards of this little-known area of the city.

Antic Disposition’s production marks the 400th anniversary of the first recorded performance of The Tempest – the play was presented before King James I at Whitehall Palace on 1 November 1611.”

Find out more here.

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