CORONAVIRUS: 22Feb21 UpdateAll UK venues closed on 16th March 2020. After the Prime Minister's announcement it would appear that, subject to continued control of the virus, venues may re-open with social distancing and limits on audiences from 17th May. Social distancing restrictions may be removed from 21st June. We will continue to update our listings as much as possible to reflect the changes as/when they are reported.
The Scottish Play - theatrical types consider saying its name to be unlucky! Thrust into power by his overwhelming desires and an over ambitious wife, Macbeth finds his only security is to murder and murder again. From "When shall we three meet again" to "is this a dagger I see before me" a powerful Shakespearean drama.Performers Brian Protheroe (Macbeth), Aoife McMahon (Lady Macbeth), Glenn Carter (Macduff), Alastair Cording (Seyton), Iain Davey (Malcolm/Murderer), Carl Ferguson (Lennox), Stephen Finegold (Banquo), Kenneth Gilbert (Duncan/Old Siward), Michael Kirk (Angus/1st Murderer), Craig Purnell (Ross/Porter), Liz Schwarz (2nd Witch/Lady Macduff), Bethany Sheldon (3rd Witch/Gentlewoman), Genevieve Walsh (1st Witch/Doctor/Murderer), Abby Jade Sherriff (daughter of Macduff - some dates), Hope Yeomans (daughter of Macduff - some dates), Jordan Michael Keen (son of Macduff - some dates), Joe Daunt (son of Macduff - some dates), Jasper Hardcastle (Fleance - some dates), Geoffrey Mullen (Fleance - some dates), Jake David Keen (Donalblain), Oliver James Tunstall (Young Siward).
Author Shakespeare. Producer Derby Playhouse. Director Karen Louise Hebden. Design Rosie Alabaster. Costume Emma Waugh. Choreographer Faroque Khan. Lighting Phillip Gladwell. Sound Matt McKenzie. Director Alison de Burgh (fight). Other Heather Van Straten (dialect coaching).
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