Lo and behold! A whole new show subtly inspired by The Tempest now tours Bodmin and Exeter this summer season. This is a most-awaited event for entertainment and vintage enthusiasts.
Get ready to enjoy regaling live performance, silent comedy, film, reminiscent music, and the original Shakespearean script. This is a classic experience that will take you back to the good old times.
Get charmed by Clarke’s dreams, fears, and hopes which are displayed in the silent films and digitally created images. The Tempest’s story also unfolds exquisite new songs performed and written by no other than Jim Causley. Witness the original Shakespearean text coming to life through silent comedy and exciting characters.
Expect evocative jazz age setting and familiar locations used in the films.
Fans are excited to witness the show in Bodmin and Exeter this summer.
“It’s a real pleasure to bring the show home to Exeter and to a brilliant new venue in Bodmin,” he told the PRSD. “We’ve had such good fun in rehearsals and working together, so I hope audiences enjoy watching the piece as much as we’ve enjoyed making it.”
The show is made possible through the collaboration of singer Jim Causley, actor Charlie Coldfield, and photographer and filmmaker Benjamin Borley.
Don’t miss Clarke Andrews’ The Tempest at St Nicholas Priory Exeter July 23rd – 25th and The Old Library Bodmin on July 20th at 7.30pm. Enjoy with like-minded people who share the love for vintage, classic, and art.
Follow the team on Twitter @clarketempest or visit https://charliecoldfield.co.uk for more information. You may also contact Charlie Coldfield at 07803008523 or shoot them an email at [email protected] Mark the date and expect class, entertainment, and sheer fun.
Note: The show is suitable for all people but not exactly intended for kids.