William Shakespeare’s Macbeth
Directed by Jo Loyn
Produced by Barbican Theatre
Open Air in Residence One Garden at Royal William Yard Plymouth
“All hail Macbeth”
Macbeth is a good man, a courageous war hero, respected and loyal. He recognises an opportunity for advancement, he is talented, ambitious....and his wife even more so. But what lengths will he go to secure his power and what will he do with this power?
“Cruel are the times”
Set in a war torn country Macbeth is a powerful metaphor for our times. This is a breath-taking and bloody story of ambition, treachery, power and guilt.
“Something wicked this way comes”
A highly visual, energised and accessible re-telling of the classic Shakespeare play, using the extraordinary skills of local professional actors and emerging artists.
31 Jul, 1 - 3 Aug at 7pm
4 Aug 2pm & 7pm
5 Aug 2pm & 7pm
7 – 10 Aug 7pm
11 Aug 2pm & 7pm
Tickets £19 full, £17 concessions (inclusive of all booking fees).
Book at barbicantheatre.co.uk, call 01752 267131 or at Barbican Theatre PL1 2NJ