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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.
Author Shakespeare

Archive :: production:T1987097973, play:S4096, venue:V725
Current production:Work

Production details

A visceral and contemporary new production that speaks to a world we find ourselves living in now, and asks why has Macbeth haunted our fears and nightmares for centuries and what lesson is this cautionary tale still urgently trying to communicate to us?

Production Changes

Previous details associated with this item and date of change.
9 Nov 23
C:ETT, E:Bristol Old Vic, I:Richard Twyman, S:Basia Binkowsma, L:Azusa Ono, U:Tingying Dong, I:Lotte Hines (casting director), I:Kevin McCurdy (fight director), P:Mike Noble (Macbeth), P:Laura Elsworthy (Lady Macbeth), P:Lola Aluko (Lennox), P:Jasmine Elcock (Malcolm), P:Brian Lonsdale (Banquo), P:Guy Rhys (Macduff), P:Coral Sinclair (Lady Macduff), P:Ross Waiton (Duncan), P:Leo Wan (Ross).


VenueConnaught Theatre
Other spaces: The Ritz
CountyWest Sussex
From5th March 2024
To8th March 2024
What is currently on at Connaught Theatre (V725)



Macbeth review
12Mar24: English Touring Theatre (ETT) production seen in Worthing,
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Company English Touring Theatre (ETT)
Director Richard Twyman
Design Basia Binkowska
Lighting Azusa Ono
Sound Tingying Dong
Director Kevin McCurdy (fight)
Director Lotte Hines (casting)
Performer Mike Noble (Macbeth)
Performer Laura Elsworthy (Lady Macbeth)
Performer Lola Aluko (Lennox)
Performer Jasmine Elcock (Malcolm)
Performer Brian Lonsdale (Banquo)
Performer Guy Rhys (Macduff)
Performer Coral Sinclair (Lady Macduff)
Performer Ross Waiton (Duncan)
Performer Leo Wan (Ross)
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