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image for Play - Shakespeare item typeOpen Air Theatre – Shakespeare’s The Tempest at The Temple and Wanstead Park

Play - Shakespeare, Fri 9 Aug 2019, £8.95-£14.95

Illyria in Wanstead Park

Illyria in Wanstead Park

Contact

The View Visitor Centre

Address

The Temple,
Wanstead,
London,
E11 2LT

Details

The magician Prospero is marooned on an island with his daughter Miranda. With the assistance of a powerful air spirit he keeps in servitude, he conjures up a storm to shipwreck his enemies on the shore of the island. Inexorably they are driven towards the centre of the island to answer to Prospero – until Prospero learns that despite everything Miranda has met and fallen in love with Ferdinand, the son of his enemy. Which is greater – his thirst for revenge or his aptitude for forgiveness?

Children welcomeDisabled access

There is a refreshment kiosk open at peak times for hot drinks and snacks by Perch Pond. There are public toilets at The Temple (open until dusk, 7 days a week). The ground floor of The Temple is fully accessible, the upper floor is reached by a sloping path and several shallow steps.

Event details

Dates Times
Fri 9 Aug 2019 19:00 to 21:10
Gates open at 6pm. Performance begins at 7pm.

Prices

Booking required: eppingforest.eventbrite.com or 020 7332 1911. Adult £14.95, Child (2-16) £8.95, Family (2 adults + 2 children) £40.

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TQ 416874  Lat: 51.56770 Long: 0.04166

The Temple and Wanstead Park are within 15 minutes’ walk from Wanstead station (Central Line). There is parking for holders of Disabled car badges alongside The Temple (vehicle access from Warren Drive) only.

Facilities

  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access

There is a refreshment kiosk open at peak times for hot drinks and snacks by Perch Pond. There are public toilets at The Temple (open until dusk, 7 days a week). The ground floor of The Temple is fully accessible, the upper floor is reached by a sloping path and several shallow steps.