Outdoor setting for tempestuous drama

The Tempest open air theatre in Thee Oaks
The Tempest open air theatre in Thee Oaks

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on...”

Bowler Crab are about to perform their seventh Shakespeare production which will be The Tempest from tomorrow night.

One of Shakespeare’s best loved works, this romantic comedy will delight outside audiences in the grounds of the beautiful 16th century Half House Farm, Butchers Lane, Three Oaks.

Performances are: Saturday August 22- evening; Sunday August 23 - matinee; Tuesday August 25/Wednesday August 26/ Friday August 28/Saturday August 29 - evening; Sunday August 30 - matinee; Tuesday September 1/Wednesday September 2/Friday September 4/Saturday September 5 - evening.

The gates open at 6pm and show starts at 7pm for the evening performances and gates open at 2pm and show starts at 3pm for the matinee peformances.

Tickets at £12.50 are available from the web site http://www.bowler-crab.com and also at Hastings Tourist Information Centre or by telephoning 07801893115. Tickets will also be available on entry to the grounds.

The 16th century farmhouse itself is the back drop to the stage; audiences are welcomed to come along with a picnic (bring your own chairs if possible); a refreshment tent and toilet facilities are provided. Hay bails will be laid out for those unable to bring along a chair.More info on http://www.bowler-crab.com or http://www.facebook.com/bowlercrabproductions