The multi-talented Watermill Ensemble return with a unique double bill of Shakespearean wit, humour and tragedy in two electrifying productions touring the UK this Autumn.
Playing side by side, immerse yourself in the contrasting worlds of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth.
Fizzing with magic and a large dose of chaos in the enchanted Athenian woods, secrets, love and mistaken identities collide in A Midsummers Night’s Dream.
Fusing actor musicianship with one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies, the Watermill Ensemble cast their spell performing the intoxicating soulful sounds of Nina Simone and Billie Holiday live on stage.
Blazing with tension, energy and passion, experience a powerful new interpretation of Macbeth
, the Ensemble’s boldest production to date. Fuelled by greed, ambition and desire, the Macbeths’ desperation to survive is reflected in the fierce reverberations of Johnny Cash, The xx and The Rolling Stones in this thrilling tragedy.
★★★★ ‘Burns with purpose, passion and energy to spare’ The Guardian (Macbeth
★★★★ 'Fizzing with charm and humour' The Stage (A Midsummer Night's Dream
Supported by The Sheepdrove Trust2019 UK tour dates
Wednesday 11 - Saturday 14 SeptemberA Midsummer Night's DreamNEWCASTLE, Northern Stage
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Tuesday 17 - Saturday 21 September
OXFORD, Oxford Playhouse
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Tuesday 24 – Saturday 28 September A Midsummer Night's Dream
and MacbethPOOLE, The Lighthouse
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Tuesday 1 - Saturday 5 OctoberA Midsummer Night's Dream
and MacbethCHELTENHAM, Everyman Theatre
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Tuesday 8 – Saturday 12 OctoberA Midsummer Night's Dream
and MacbethCARDIFF, New Theatre
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Tuesday 15 - Saturday 19 October
A Midsummer Night's Dream and Macbeth
NORWICH, Theatre Royal
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Directed by Paul Hart
Designed by Katie Lias
Movement by Tom Jackson Greaves
Lighting designed by Tom White
Sound designed by David Gregory
Video projection design by Louise Rhoades-Brown (Macbeth)