The Tempest

Year 6 students took to the stage in the Museum Theatre to perform their own interpretation of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest (in conclusion of their study of the play).

Shakespeare himself introduced his work before the ‘Rossall Reports’ journalists took over the storytelling.

The impressive retelling saw the young reporters interview Tempest characters to find out their thoughts and feelings surrounding the pivotal moments of the play.

From the saddened King desperate to find his shipwrecked son, to a tipsy court jester, and the beastly Caliban; a brilliant performance was delivered by all.

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