Passion and greed collide in a bold and thrilling new interpretation of Macbeth.
A tempting prophesy and insatiable ambition consume the Macbeths, who stop at nothing in their pursuit of power. As tensions mount, they are plunged into a world of darkness and deceit to secure their dominance and ensure their survival.
Shakespeare’s classic tragedy is given the Watermill Ensemble treatment in this new fast-paced seventy-five minute production, featuring an electrifying rock score performed by an ensemble cast of three actor-musicians.
Tickets from £10
Running time: Approx 75 minutes, no interval
Guidance on content: This production includes scenes of violence and themes of murder, death and suicide thoughts (including the loss of a young infant).
Macbeth on tour:
This production will tour to the following venues:
Stanton Harcourt - 10 Nov - SOLD OUT
Bradfield Village Hall - 11 Nov - BOOK HERE
Shrivenham Memorial Hall - 17 Nov - BOOK HERE (via Ticket Source)
Brill Memorial Hall - 18 Nov - BOOK HERE
Tue - Sat 7.30pm
Thu - Sat 2.30pmAccessible Performances
Closed Captioning Performances 2 Nov 7.30pm & 4 Nov 2.30pm
Relaxed Performance 4 Nov 2.30pmTickets
Tickets from £10
Groups 10+ 15% off Band B - C ticketsOpen Access Concession These concessions are for Access Service users who would benefit from booking tickets at this rate
School & Youth Groups rates available for Thu & Fri matinees - contact the Box Office on 01635 46044 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to book
By William Shakespeare
Adapted & Directed by Abigail Pickard Price
Lighting Design by Charly Dunford
Sound Design by Thom Townsend
Company Stage Manager - Cat Pewsey
Deputy Stage Manager - Olivia Tether
Costume Supervisor - Polly Mitton
Technician - Ruth Corris
Production Photography by Jamie Ledwith
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