|S4K's The Tempest UK tour dates announced|
We are delighted to announce details of our 2013 UK tour of S4K’s The Tempest.
The show will open with an evening performance at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon on Monday 14 January, where it also plays at 10.30am and 1.30pm the next day. Further dates in January are at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells (Wednesday 16); The Hawth, Crawley (Thursday 17); King’s Lynn Corn Exchange (Friday 18); Theatre Royal & Opera House, Wakefield (Monday 21); Wolverhampton Grand Theatre (Tuesday 22) and The Lowry in Salford Quays (Wednesday 23).
The show then travels to the Arabian Gulf where it will pay for four weeks in Bahrain, Qatar, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Oman. These dates and venues will be announced soon.
Back in the UK the tour continues until Thursday 21 March, playing the following dates:
The show is produced by Julian Chenery and Carolyn Chenery for the Shakespeare 4 Kidz Theatre Company & S4K International Ltd in association with the Fairfield Halls, Croydon.
S4K’s The Tempest is a musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest written by Julian Chenery & Matt Gimblett, first performed in September 2004.
The forthcoming tour will be directed by Julian Chenery, musically directed by Mike Webborn and choreographed by Grace Harrington.
Casting will be announced in December.
|What they say about us:|
S4K DREAM: "My wife, 8 year old son and I have just seen the production of "A midsummer night's dream" at the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton.We were absolutely delighted with the production. The cast are talented, motivated and professional without a single weak performance. In this world of 2/3rds effort and surly it'll do, it is fantastic to experience something that leaves you feeling uplifted. Whilst our 8 year old felt that the kissing was ugh soppy, we felt it was pitched at exactly the right level and wove Shakespeare seamlessly into a contemporary adaptation that will encourage a new generation to seek out the Bard and enjoy theatre in general. Caroline, Glen and James, Wolverhampton