The Tempest

Piles of clothes become islands, strings of shirts are waves of the sea and yellow trouser legs are the sun’s rays: A set made entirely of clothes – continuing Improbable’s tradition of using a single material for the whole set.

“exciting to the eye”

The Guardian

The costume designs for the islanders were assembled from clothes worn in ‘wrong’ ways and the courtiers were sparkling white jacobean suits to highlight their otherworldliness.

“a treat for the eyes”

British Theatre Guide

“spectacular scenic effects”

Oxford Times