Full Fathom Five
A new piece of music-theatre inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
Director Michael Corbidge
Associate Director Victor Correia
Musical Supervisor Greg Palmer
Choreographer Abigail Huan
Designer Kelli-Mae Crossman
Lighting Designer Elliot Jones
In an uncertain world, where ideas of home and belonging are tossed around like the discarded plastic littering our oceans, we seek stories that help us connect. This brand-new piece of music-theatre for audiences of all ages, uses Shakespeare’s masterpiece The Tempest, as a springboard to explore what it means to belong, our relationships to power, to family, to one another and to the planet we share.
Performed and created by students from our brand-new MA in Actor-Musicianship and MA Theatre for Young Audiences programmes, in collaboration with undergraduate student designers, lighting designers, scenic artists and stage managers.
Full Fathom Five has been made with the help of young people and refugees living in Greater London.
Performances (Barn Theatre)
Thursday 13 June 13:30 & 19:00
Friday 14 June 13:30 & 19:00
Saturday 15 June 11:00 & 14:00
Standard – £7
Concessions (65+ and non RBC Students) – £5
Rose Bruford College Students – £1.50
Venue Barn Theatre, Burnt Oak Lane, Sidcup, Kent , DA15 9DF
Production Manager Ella Kistner
Scenic Manager Nathan Stead
Stage Manager Ricky Reeve
Deputy Stage Manager Beverley Cramb
Lighting Programmer Jay Mayer
Margarida Duarte Bicho