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by William Shakespeare


Sunday 21 July 2024


£15.00 per person when tickets are bought “In Advance” via Ticketsource.
£18.00 per person for tickets purchased on the day, on the door.

Gates will open at 2.00pm for a 3.00pm start. If it is raining, the performance will be performed inside the Mansion. Refreshments, including tea, coffee and homemade cakes will be available. The Copped Hall shop will be open as will be our second-hand bookshop.
NO DOGS will be allowed at this year’s performance.


The Gardens, probably on the West Front but possibly on the Lower terraces and Great Lawn areas. The Gardens are undulating/uneven lawn surfaces with some paths on a sloping surface in some parts. Wheelchair users who may be interested in attending, should contact the Box Office to assess the suitability of this event.


“Be not afeard. The isle is full of noises, Sounds, and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not”.

The Tempest is a tale of magic, power, revenge and forgiveness. A great sorcerer conjures a storm to shipwreck their enemies setting the scene for an enchanting story encompassing tragedy, comedy, and romance, and some of Shakespeare’s most beautiful poetry.

The Greek Theatre Players are delighted to bring this famous Shakespearian play to Copped Hall for their eighteenth production at this historic and evocative venue, presented in their long-established, traditionally costumed style.

Early booking is recommended for this popular event.

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Greek Theatre Players The Tempest