Shakespeare's Macbeth Open Air Production
End time: 9:00pm - 29th June 2016
This is an open air production. There is no formal seating, so please bring your own chair or blanket to sit on. Please bring a picnic and beverages of your choice to enjoy with this incredible production. Remember to wrap up warm as act 2 could get chilly!
Macbeth is William Shakespeare’s most brutal and poetic creation and the play is his most unsettling engagement with the supra-natural and the nature of evil. Enter the unique intensity of an epic open air production as this cycle of wondrous horrors captures our imagination once again...
"Can such things be
And overcome us like a summer’s cloud,
Without our special wonder?"
On a barren heath, three sisters tell the great and bloodied Macbeth that he is fated to be King of Scotland. And so begins a terrifying series of events that lead to the murder of Kings, friends, mothers and their children. Macbeth and his Lady fall prey to a soul-corroding guilt as they desperately try and cling to the defiled crown.
Please wear suitable clothing for the weather. If the weather is unsuitable for being outside, the perfomance will be brought into the hub theatre.
- Wednesday 29th June, 7pm
- Thursday 30th June, 7pm
- £12 adults
- £8 concessions (12 years and under, students, over 60s, and disabled)