Photograph of Jonathan Kent's production of The Tempest, 2000

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This production of The Tempest was directed by Jonathan Kent at the Almeida Theatre, London, in 2000.

From left to right are: Anna Livia Ryan (Miranda), Malcolm Storry (Caliban) and Ian McDiarmid (Prospero)

Full title:
Photograph of Jonathan Kent's production of The Tempest, 2000
Created:
14 December 2000, London
Format:
Photograph / Image
Creator:
Donald Cooper [photographer]
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© Donald Cooper / Photostage
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Photostage
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Photostage image ID: 00072778

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