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The Tempest at Beeston Castle

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Come along to a fantastic evening of theatre in the truly spectacular setting of Beeston Castle.

English Heritage are proud to present The Tempest, Friday 28th August, doors open at 6.30pm — performance starts at 7.30 pm.

Booking tickets for this event is recommended as places are limited. Purchase your tickets by calling our dedicated Ticket Sales Team on 0370 333 1183 (Mon — Fri 8.30am — 5.30 Sat 9am — 5pm). Corporate members are not entitled to free entry during this event.

Shakespeare's The Tempest at Beeston Castle

Ticket details —
Member (Adult) £13.00
Member (Child) £11.00
Member (Concession) £11.00
Adult £13.00
Child, 5-15 years £11.00
Concession £11.00

A tremendous tempest causes a shipwreck and scatters a cargo of noblemen across a mysterious island. Little do they know that Prospero, the banished Duke of Milan, is at the helm of all magic and mystery. In Shakespeare's last and most magical tale, fairies and spells unwind villains' desires, tie lovers together and unknot past wrongs.

Shakespeare's glorious tale of magical creatures, love and forgiveness on a faraway island is sure to captivate.

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