Text adaptation by George Gibson
Activities by Alexandra Gray
One of the great romances of the Middle Ages, Tristan and Isolde has inspired writers, poets, artists and musicians for centuries.
After slaying a dragon and winning a tournament, the young prince Tristan wins the hand of beautiful Isolde for marriage to his uncle, King Mark. But on their journey back to Mark's court, they drink a love potion that was intended for the king and his young bride. They instantly fall in love - a love that is impossible.
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