Prospero conjures a storm and torments the survivors of a shipwreck, including his treacherous brother, Antonio. Meanwhile Prospero’s slave, Caliban, plots to rid himself of his master but is thwarted by Prospero’s spirit-servant Ariel. Ferdinand then falls in love with Prospero’s daughter Miranda.
Will Prospero grant Ariel her freedom and be restored to his dukedom? Will Ferdinand and Miranda’s love overcome all?
Folksy’s wonderful production is filled with live music, colourful characters, enchantment and a little touch of magic.
Tickets & Prices
- Adult ~ £13
- Child ~ £11
- Family ticket (2 adults, up to 3 children) ~ £42
- Adult ~ £15
- Child / Concession ~ £12
- Family ticket (2 adults, up to 3 children) ~ £48
Please note, tickets are now fully booked. To be added to the reserve list, please email your details to email@example.com
Want to enjoy more member benefits like this ticket discount? Join as a Hestercombe member below!
Further information for The Tempest ticket holders
Timings: the performance is due to take place at 7pm on Sunday 8th August on the Orangery Lawn; you are welcome to arrive from 6pm onwards to grab the best spots on the lawn!
Parking: when you arrive, please park in the main visitor car park, and then instead of going the usual way up to Visitor Reception, walk down to the lower drive gates (you will see these in front of the House, when you turn the corner up to the car park). Tickets will be checked here;
Booking confirmation: please bring confirmation of your booking either as a print out, or the email on your phone; if you do not have one of these, then you may not be able to access the performance. If you did not receive your booking confirmation via email (which can sometimes happen with our antiquated ticketing system!) then pop an email or phone call to our Visitor Reception team on firstname.lastname@example.org
or 01823 413923 and they will re-send it to you. If you have reserved but not yet paid for your ticket, please call us to make payment as soon as possible;
Members: if you have booked a discounted members ticket, please ensure that you bring your Hestercombe membership card with you, or you may be charged the difference in ticket price;
Seating & Picnics: you are very welcome to bring your own food and drink, blankets and picnic chairs to sit on; aside from umbrellas in case of rain, gazebos and parasols are not allowed (or the people sitting behind you would probably get rather annoyed).
Refreshments: a limited selection of snacks and drinks will be available (please bring cash!);
Toilets: there is one unisex, accessible toilet available near the Orangery, in the Mill. However, upon arrival in the car park you may wish to use the toilets situated by the Visitor Reception, which will be open;
Weather: please ensure you check the weather forecast and dress appropriately ~ including both hot, sunny weather, and colder, wet weather! Thunderstorms and downpours aside, the performance will take place regardless of weather.
Finally, if you’d like to brush up on the plot of The Tempest before you arrive, we think that this synopsis by the Royal Shakespeare Company is a good place to start!
For any further questions about the event, please contact us at email@example.com