T01866494425 (NTTOUR18)Producer National Theatre. Director Rufus Norris. Design Rae Smith. Costume Moritz Junge. Lighting James Farncombe. Sound Paul Arditti. Performer Michael Nardone (Macbeth). Performer Kirsty Besterman (Lady Macbeth). Performer Joseph Brown (Malcolm). Performer Elizabeth Chan (Witch). Performer Nisa Cole (Fleance). Performer Reuben Johnson (Doctor). Performer Helen Katamba (Murderer). Performer Tom Mannion (Duncan/Siward). Performer Brad Morrison (Murderer). Performer Hauk Pattison (Murderer). Performer Evelyn Roberts (Witch/ Boy). Performer James Robinson (Lennox). Performer Patrick Robinson (Banquo). Performer Duncan Ross (Ensemble). Performer Rachel Sanders (Ross). Performer Olivia Sweeney (Witch / Gentlewoman). Performer Deka Walmsley (Porter). Performer Ross Waiton (Macduff). Performer Lisa Zahra (Lady Macduff.).
|12 Feb 19 to 16 Feb 19||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
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|5 Feb 19 to 9 Feb 19||Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934|
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|22 Jan 19 to 26 Jan 19||Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462|
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|15 Jan 19 to 19 Jan 19||Bord Gais Energy Theatre (formerly Grand Canal Theatre), Dublin :: V020759267|
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|8 Jan 19 to 12 Jan 19||New Theatre, Oxford :: V802|
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|27 Nov 18 to 8 Dec 18||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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|20 Nov 18 to 24 Nov 18||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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|13 Nov 18 to 17 Nov 18||Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570|
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|7 Nov 18 to 10 Nov 18||His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen :: V585|
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|30 Oct 18 to 3 Nov 18||Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72|
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|23 Oct 18 to 27 Oct 18||Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600|
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|16 Oct 18 to 20 Oct 18||Theatre Royal, Plymouth :: V895|
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|29 Sep 18 to 6 Oct 18||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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T2086479586 (SHGLOBE18/19)Producer Shakespeare's Globe. Director Robert Hastie. Design Peter Mackintosh. Performer Michelle Terry (Lady Macbeth). Performer Paul Ready (Macbeth). Performer Catrin Aron (Lennox). Performer Marc Elliott (Ross). Performer Kirsty Rider (Lady Macbeth). Performer Philip Cumbus (Banquo). Performer Joseph Marcell (Duncan/Porter). Performer Anna-Maria Nabirye (Macduff). Performer Philippine Velge (Donalbain). Performer Kit Young (Malcolm).
|7 Nov 18 to 2 Feb 19||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T1592612821 (BRIXHAM18)Shakespeare's classic drama of ambition, power and fate, first thought to be performed in 1606, is now brought to life in a dramatic new adaptation performing the original text, set in a post-World War 3, near-future wasteland.Company South Devon Players.
|1 Feb 19 to 2 Feb 19||General, General :: V1267|
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|18 Jan 19 to 19 Jan 19||Brixham Theatre, Brixham :: V884|
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T1243989458 (RSC18)Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Polly Findlay. Design Fly Davis. Lighting Lizzie Powell. Music Rupert Cross. Sound Christopher Shutt. Director Aline David (movement director). Director Kate Waters (fight director). Other Chris Fisher (illusions). Performer Christopher Eccleston (Macbeth). Performer Niamh Cusack (Lady Macbeth). Performer David Acton (Duncan). Performer Raphael Sowole (Banquo). Performer Edward Bennett (Macduff). Performer Bally Gill (Ross). Performer Luke Newberry (Malcolm). Performer Tim Samuels (Lennox). Performer Mariam Haque (Lady MacDuff). Performer Donna Banya (Donalbain/Gentlewoman). Performer Stevie Basaula (Bloody Captain/Second Murderer). Performer Katy Brittain (Doctor). Performer Raif Clarke (Boy). Performer Paul Dodds (Chamberlain 1). Performer Michael Hodgson (Porter). Performer John Macaulay (Chamberlain/Lord). Performer Tom Padley (First Murderer). Performer Josh Finan. Performer Afolabi Alli.
|15 Oct 18 to 18 Jan 19||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
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|13 Mar 18 to 18 Sep 18||Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135|
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T397218654 (GARRICK18)The National Youth Theatre present a brand new gender fluid adaptation of Shakespeare's sinister tale of greed, betrayal and revenge by NYT Alumna Moira Buffini (wonder.land, Handbagged).Presented byNational Youth Theatre. Adapted by Moria Buffini (abridged). Director Natasha Nixon.
|20 Nov 18 to 7 Dec 18||Garrick Theatre, West End :: V394|
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T0998843678 (STANTONBURY18)Company Merely Theatre.
|19 Oct 18||Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V298|
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|1 Oct 18||Palace Theatre, Paignton :: V892|
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|28 Sep 18||Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024|
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|26 Sep 18 to 27 Sep 18||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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T0340667346 (YORKROSE18)Director Damian Cruden. Design Sara Perks. Choreographer Philippa Vafadari. Music Chris Madin. Director Jonathan Holby (fight direction). Other Yvonne Morley (voice coaching). Performer Gareth Aled. Performer Leandra Ashton. Performer Antony Bunsee. Performer Clare Corbett. Performer Fine Time Fontayne. Performer Maria Gray. Performer Paul Hawkyard. Performer Mark Holgate. Performer Emilia Iannuci. Performer Amy Lennox. Performer Rina Mahoney. Performer Olivia Onyehara. Performer Jordan Peters. Performer Amanda Ryan. Performer Robin Simpson. Performer Richard Standing.
|25 Jun 18 to 31 Aug 18||Shakespeare's Rose Theatre, York :: V28584357|
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T367315750 (TRYORK18)Director Damian Cruden.
|25 Jun 18 to 31 Aug 18||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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T01209636435 (WILTONS18)Implementing their award-winning experience in physical theatre, puppetry, stage combat, clowning and mask work, Flabbergast demonstrates a rigorous approach to verse and storytelling. With exceptional live music and bespoke human voice effects performed live by the ensemble, this production truly evokes the tragedy of the Scottish king.Company Flabbergast Theatre.
|18 Jun 18 to 2 Jul 18||Wilton's Music Hall, Inner London :: V1165|
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T339829865 (OLIVIER18)Producer National Theatre. Director Rufus Norris. Design Rae Smith. Costume Moritz Junge. Lighting James Farncombe. Sound Paul Arditti. Performer Anne-Marie Duff (Lady Macbeth). Performer Rory Kinnear (Macbeth). Performer Stephen Boxer (Duncan). Performer Patrick O'Kane (Macduff). Performer Kevin Harvey (Banquo). Performer Rakhee Sharma (Fleance). Performer Amaka Okafor (Lady Macduff). Performer Penny Layden (Ross). Performer Trevor Fox (Porter). Performer Parth Thakerar (Malcolm). Performer Beatrice Scirocchi (Witch). Performer Anna-Marie Nabirye (Witch). Performer Hannah Hutch (Witch). Performer Nadia Albina (Gentlewoman). Performer Joshua Lacey (Murderer). Performer Andrew Frame (Siward). Performer Nicholas Karimi (Lennox). Performer Alana Ramsey (Murderer). Performer Michael Balogun (Doctor).
|26 Feb 18 to 23 Jun 18||Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373|
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T13476383 (TOBACCO18)Producer Tobacco Factory Theatres. Director Adele Thomas. Design Anisha Fields. Costume Anisha Fields. Sound Max Pappenheim. Lighting Matthew Graham. Director Kev McCurdy (movement director). Director Kev McCurdy (Kev McCurdy (fight director). Performer Stefan Adegbola (Banquo). Performer Jonathan McGuinness (Macbeth). Performer Simon Armstrong (Duncan). Performer Jack Riddiford (Malcolm). Performer Maggie Bain (Lady Macduff). Performer Katy Stephens (Lady Macbeth). Performer Cait Davis (Porter/Witch). Performer Joseph Tweedale (Macduff). Performer Mark Letheren (Ross). Performer Laura Waldren (Witch/Gentlewoman).
|22 Feb 18 to 7 Apr 18||The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886|
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T02114565455 (YVONNE18)The multi-award winning creators of Unmythable and Norsesome take on their greatest challenge yet: all the drama, intrigue and madness of Macbeth in 80 high-octane minutes; more than 20 characters brilliantly and boldly brought to life by just two actors.Producer Out of Chaos. Producer Barnsley Civic. Producer mac Birmingham. Producer Oxford Playhouse. Director Mike Tweddle. Music Phill Ward. Performer Troels Hagen Findsen. Performer Paul O'Mahony.
|8 Mar 18 to 10 Mar 18||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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T1118500913 (ROSEPLAY18)Company Unfolds Theatre. Director Alex Pearson.
|30 Jan 18 to 24 Feb 18||The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190|
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T1130596906 (ALMATAV17)Company The James Company.
|15 Nov 17 to 18 Nov 17||Alma Tavern Theatre, Bristol :: V0707367604|
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T0878012156 (BUSSEY17)Set in a dystopian world where civilisation and technology has been all but obliterated, this brutal landscape is filled with the skeletal reminiscence of the civilisation that has been long lost. Life has restarted but society and humanity have reverted. The People of this world have forged themselves weapons and forts from what is left and must fight this brutal existence for their very survival.Company Devil You Know Theatre.
|31 Oct 17 to 18 Nov 17||The Bussey Building AKA The CLF Art Cafe, Outer London :: V0401405791|
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T1281883166 (IRIS17)Company Iris Theatre. Director Daniel Winder. Performer David Hywel Baynes (Macbeth).
|21 Jun 17 to 29 Jul 17||St Paul's Church (The Actors Church), Inner London :: V350|
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T43921458 (PENLEE17)Company Fathom Theatre.
|8 Jul 17||Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259|
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T01237485650 (BRINDLEY17)Company Minimum Wage Theatre Company.
|23 Jun 17||Brindley Arts Centre, Runcorn :: V1448285374|
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T1690312776 (PENLEE17)Company Fanthom Theatre.
|8 Jun 17||Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259|
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T074708389 (OVALHOUSE17)Vibrant language and physical theatre chart the devastating effect that one act of evil can have on an otherwise honourable and loyal man - we see how the ripples of that act spread to destroy both Macbeth himself and all those for whom he cared. As their actions are challenged by a third character who also brings the wider world of the play to life, Macbeth and his wife are seen to become ever more prey to the devastating horrors they have unleashed as they move inevitably towards their doom.Company Box Clever. Director Kim Sykes. Performer Cory Stuckey (Macbeth). Performer Riad Richie (the Inquisitor). Performer Jessica Dennis (Lady Macbeth).
|17 May 17 to 18 May 17||Ovalhouse, Inner London :: V239|
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T0977855232 (BROCKLEY17)Producer AC Group. Director Thomas Attwood. Director Sophia Start (assistant). Design Reuben Speed. Lighting Ben Jacobs. Choreographer Roman Berry. Music Elliot Clay. Sound Jack Barton. Performer William Ross-Fawcett (Macbeth). Performer Amelia Clay (Lady Macbeth). Performer Gabrielle Nellis-Pain. Performer Allis Duff. Performer Mathew Betts. Performer Nell Hardy. Performer Conor Gormally. Performer LaTanya Santana Peterkin.
|4 Apr 17 to 22 Apr 17||Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299|
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T01628061983 (DUKES17)Presented byThe Dukes Young Actors. Director Liz Stevenson.
|22 Mar 17 to 25 Mar 17||The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523|
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T1668887821 (PLEASANCELON16)Splendid Productions present their first stab at Shakespeare with an hour-long creative adaptation of MACBETH. A dagger-sharp cast of three take down Shakespeare's classic tale of ambition, betrayal, murder and manipulation in a boiling hell-broth of tragedy, comedy, physical theatre and song.Company Splendid Productions.
|17 Mar 17||Waterside Arts Centre, Sale :: V0383692381|
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|17 Nov 16||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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|26 Sep 16||Pleasance, Inner London :: V276|
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Shakespeare for younger audiences - T1772459234Schools performances Feb17 6-20Producer National Theatre. Director Justin Audibert. Design Lucy Sierra. Performer Nana Ammo-Gottfried. Performer Madeline Appiah. Performer Ashley Gurlach. Performer Kayla Meikle. Performer Sharan Phull. Performer Jay Saighal. Performer Tripti Tripuraneni.
|6 Feb 17 to 20 Feb 17||Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375|
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T1017206419 (CHAPTER17)Company Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru. Company Cadw. Director Arwel Gruffydd. Performer Richard Lynch (Macbeth). Performer Ffion Dafis (Lady Macbeth).
|14 Feb 17||Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833|
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|8 Feb 17 to 18 Feb 17||Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827|
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|24 Jan 17 to 4 Feb 17||The London Theatre, Outer London :: V0751012861|
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T01084159191 (ROYALSCOTCONSERV16)Presented byRoyal Conservatoire of Scotland. Director Ian Wooldridge.
|18 Jan 17 to 21 Jan 17||The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD)), Glasgow :: V1877914677|
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T1911025952 (GRDSWANSEA08/16)Company Fluellen Theatre Company.
|7 Oct 16||Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl :: V838|
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|6 Oct 16||Y Ffwrnes, Llanelli :: V819218539|
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|11 Nov 08 to 14 Nov 08||Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831|
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T01832295319 (GLOBE16)Producer Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Director Iqbal Khan. Design Ciaran Bagnall. Costume Joan O'Cleary. Music Jocelyn Pook. Other Dan Hillier (Artwork). Performer Ray Fearon (Macbeth). Performer Tara Fitzgerald (Lady Macbeth).
|18 Jun 16 to 1 Oct 16||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T02063277660 (HACKNEYEMPIRE)A 21st Century take on Macbeth - Shakespeare meets Channel 4's Empire with music, dance and a lot of attitude.Company Twist Theatre Company. Director Susie McKenna. Director Patrick Miller (assistant director). Music Renell Shaw (musical supervisor). Choreographer Leroy Dias Dos Santos.
|8 Sep 16 to 10 Sep 16||Hackney Empire, Outer London :: V309|
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T1279616596 (PENLEE16)Shakespeare's dramatic story of ambition turned bad is brought vividly to life in Oddsocks' hilarious new musical adaptation.Company Oddsocks Theatre.
|27 Aug 16||Penlee Park Open Air Theatre, Penzance :: V0280946259|
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|17 Jul 16||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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|15 Jun 16 to 18 Jun 16||Guildhall Theatre, Derby :: V994|
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T587414499 (DUNDEEREP16)Company Bard in theh Botanics. Director Gordon Barr.
|2 Aug 16 to 3 Aug 16||Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596|
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|24 Jul 16||MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642|
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T01304548828 (AT16)Company Arrows & Traps Theatre Company.
|14 Jun 16 to 9 Jul 16||New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341|
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T0819166879 (CARRIAGEWORKS16)Presented byLeeds Arts Centre.
|27 Apr 16 to 30 Apr 16||The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263|
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T0940899422 (CHESTERFORUM15/16)In an uncertain, dystopian future where brutality, extortion and physical might regularly triumph over reason, compassion and any sense of justice, the Warlords, Thanes and self-appointed Kings of long fallen nations battle for control. Alliances are hard-won; forged with distrust and more likely to break than bend. One of the few territories to find stability and something like civil law and order is the district which has come to be known as Scotland. When whispers that Duncan, the Thane-appointed King of Scotland, plans to announce his eldest son, Malcolm, as his heir apparent - in direct opposition to council law and tradition - the worst civil war in centuries threatens to engulf all of Scotland and beyond as the Thane of Cawdor joins forces with a fearsome group of mercenaries called the Norsemen. Fortunately for Duncan, the rebels are swiftly put down; due largely to the tactical efforts of brothers-in-arms Macbeth and Banquo. But, when night falls and all is not quite as it seems, something ancient and evil threatens the souls of mankind once more. As King Duncan travels towards Macbeth's ancestral home, Sil? Macbeth becomes increasingly agitated (and not solely due to the letter she has received from her husband regarding a strange encounter on the road). She and Duncan have an uncomfortable and secret personal history that she will not allow to be relived or revisited. Devoted to her husband and burdened with past knowledge and grief, she prepares to welcome the King of Scotland into her home... for the last time.Presented byChalice Media Ltd.
|24 Apr 16 to 28 Apr 16||St George's Hall, Liverpool :: V1873512452|
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|24 Sep 15 to 26 Sep 15||Mill at the Pier (ALRA), Wigan :: V01818204743|
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|3 Sep 15 to 5 Sep 15||Forum Studio Theatre (formerly the Chester Gateway), Chester :: V468|
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T01665111201 (CATBROAD16)Director Asia Osborne. Performer Sam Jenkins-Shaw (Macbeth). Performer Sasha Wilson (Lady Macbeth/Witch). Performer Alex Murphy (Duncan/Siward/Murderer). Performer Jack Darell (Macduff/Captain). Performer Nick Biadon (Angus/Porter/Young Siward). Performer Maryam Grace (Malcolm/Witch). Performer Joshua Jameson (Lennox/Menteith). Performer Ludovic Hughes (Banquo/Seyton). Performer James Meteyard (Ross/Messenger). Performer Eleanor Rushton (Lady Macduff/Witch).
|27 Jan 16 to 21 Feb 16||The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314|
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T1361200456 (YOUNGVIC15)Producer Young Vic. Producer Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Producer HOME (in association with Lucy Guerin Inc). Director Carrie Cracknell. Director Lucy Guerin. Design Lizzie Clachan. Lighting Neil Austin. Costume Merle Hensel. Performer John Heffernan (Macbeth). Performer Anna Maxwell Martin (Lady Macbeth). Performer Mark Ebulue. Performer Thomasin Gulge?. Performer Ira Siobhan Mandela. Performer Ana Beatriz Meireles. Performer Prasanna Puwanarajah. Performer Clemmie Sveaas.
|26 Nov 15 to 16 Jan 16||The Young Vic, West End :: V245|
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T381742221 (CHAPTER15)Director Caroline Byrne.
|4 Dec 15 to 12 Dec 15||Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827|
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T230363370 (YVONNE15)Company Act Three (The Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre). Director Lucy Betts. Musical Director David Perkins.
|10 Dec 15 to 12 Dec 15||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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T243209231 (PLEASANCE15)Director Tim Luscombe. Design Ruari Murchison.
|28 Nov 15 to 3 Dec 15||Pleasance, Inner London :: V276|
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T075527542 (CRANLEIGH15)This is not a story for the faint-hearted. It's the story of how old King Duncan died. It's a story of murder and betrayal. It's a story of supernatural sorcery. And it's a story that's going to be retold as you've never seen it before... Taking their cues from film noir, gangland Britain and the clowning tradition (yes, really) the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons Theatre Company put their own contemporary spin on Shakespeare's most dangerous play. Tragic and hilarious in equal measures this innovative take on 'The Scottish Play' (Macbeth) features femmes fatale, high-speed chases, killer lines, killer crimes and some seriously weird sisters.Company Pantaloons Theatre Company.
|26 Nov 15||Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691|
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|17 Nov 15||Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848|
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|12 Nov 15||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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|6 Nov 15 to 7 Nov 15||Brookside Theatre, Romford :: V0273331991|
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|5 Nov 15||Cranleigh Arts Centre, Cranleigh :: V1775459343|
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|3 Nov 15||Newark Palace, Newark :: V455|
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|25 Oct 15||Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969|
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|14 Oct 15 to 15 Oct 15||The Mission Theatre, Bath :: V01045251853|
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|13 Oct 15||Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431|
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|8 Oct 15||Hounslow Arts Centre & Paul Robeson Theatre, Outer London :: V323|
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T01723132994 (WATERMILL15)Corporate Sponsor The Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation. Producer The Watermill. Adapted by Beth Flintoff. Director Cressida Brown. Performer James Mack (Macbeth). Performer Joseph Phelps (Duncan/Banquo). Performer Bronte Tadman (Lady Macbeth).
|2 Nov 15 to 7 Nov 15||The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733|
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T0766976001 (LIONANDUNI15)Company Cordial Productions. Director Stuart Clarke. Director Mark Terry (assistant director). Design Nate Gibson. Costume Nate Gibson. Stage ManagerHenry Martin. Sound Steve Culnane. Performer Stuart Clarke (Macbeth). Performer Cristina Dohmen (Lady Macbeth). Performer John Irvine (Duncan/Doctor). Performer Timothy Weston (Malcolm). Performer Yinka Awoniyi (Macduff/Murderer). Performer Rebecca Bell (Lady Macduff/Weird Sister). Performer JR May (Banquo). Performer Daniel Jackson (Lennox/Murderer). Performer Mehemet Eje (Ross/Murderer). Performer Karlina Grace (Weird Sister/Gentlewoman). Performer Siobhan Cha Cha (Weird Sister/Daughter of Macduff). Performer Henry Martin (Various Roles).
|15 Sep 15 to 10 Oct 15||The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V219|
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in Cantonese - T2111281717Described as the 'alchemist of minimalist theatre', the Tang Shu-wing company works with pared-back staging, voice and movement to release the energies of classic texts. Scene synopses in English.Company Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio (Hong Kong).
|17 Aug 15 to 23 Aug 15||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T01305624598 (BRISTOLGEN15)Company Insane Root Theatre. Director Hannah Drake. Lighting Edmund McKay. Costume Sarah Warren. Musical Director Ellie Showering. Performer Elliot Chapman. Performer Ben Crispin. Performer Lorna Jinks. Performer James D Kent. Performer Andrew Kingston. Performer Zach Powell. Performer Nicola Stuart-Hill.
|14 Jul 15 to 27 Jul 15||General, Bristol :: V11060188|
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T01034325421 (GREENWICHTH15)Presented byDaniel Krupnik Productions. Director Guy Retallack. Performer Chris Kiely. Performer Jed Shardlow. Performer Matthew Schmolle. Performer Thea Beyleveld. Performer Marcello Walton. Performer Alice Bonifacio. Performer Mark Farrelly.
|3 Jun 15||Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308|
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T396665624 (ROSE15)Company The Malachites. Director Benjamin Blyth. Performer Richard Burbage.
|5 May 15 to 30 May 15||The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190|
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T322760115 (ARTSDEPOT15)Three outrageous drag-queens cook up an explosive brew of treachery, ambition and passion, setting an Asian family off on a path of bloody self-destruction. Tara Arts brings Indian movement and music to Shakespeare's text, offering a powerful contemporary take on his darkest play. Running time: 2hrs 20mins including interval. Suitable for ages 12+Company Tara Arts (in association with Queen's Hall Arts and Black Theatre Live). Director Jatinder Verma. Design Claudia Mayer. Performer Robert Mountford (Macbeth). Performer Shaheen Khan (Lady Macbeth).
|5 May 15 to 9 May 15||Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942|
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|28 Apr 15 to 29 Apr 15||Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27|
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|21 Apr 15 to 25 Apr 15||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
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|14 Apr 15 to 18 Apr 15||Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76|
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|7 Apr 15 to 11 Apr 15||Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742|
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|26 Mar 15 to 28 Mar 15||Stratford Circus, Outer London :: V1222144777|
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|20 Mar 15 to 21 Mar 15||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
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|17 Mar 15 to 18 Mar 15||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
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|12 Mar 15 to 14 Mar 15||Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833|
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|10 Mar 15||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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|6 Mar 15 to 7 Mar 15||Theatre Royal, Margate :: V685|
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|3 Mar 15||Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972|
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|25 Feb 15 to 27 Feb 15||Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham :: V984|
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T01302032966 (RAFTA15)Part of the RSC Open Stages.Company RAFTA. Director Ali Kirkwood.
|26 Apr 15||Drayton Arms Theatre, Inner London :: V0952168700|
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T417701178 (COCKPIT15)Twice a year for nearly forty years Actors From The London Stage has been criss crossing America with a Shakespeare play, telling the stories with minimal props and costumes. Focusing on the danger, passion and honesty of the words. The 5 actors bring to life 29 characters inviting the audience to participate with their imagination in the mayhem and horror of the nightmare that is Macbeth.Company Actors from the London Stage. Performer Michael Palmer. Performer Joanna Bending. Performer Charles Armstrong. Performer Annie Aldington. Performer Ben Warwick.
|1 Apr 15 to 2 Apr 15||Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182|
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T01158220306 (BRADFORDPLAY15)Company Black Box Theatre Company.
|23 Mar 15||The New Bradford Playhouse, Bradford :: V0545194186|
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|5 Mar 15||Mitchell Arts Centre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V999|
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T02097200591 (QUESTORS15)Producer The Questors.
|31 Jan 15 to 7 Feb 15||Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326|
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T767269438 (COCKPIT15)Company Cambridge University European Theatre Group.
|21 Dec 14||Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182|
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T01104443638 (OMNIBUS14)The Omnibus building becomes Macbeth's bunker and final refuge in this promenade performance, which draws local landmarks into the landscape of Shakespeare's most famous tragedy. Performed both indoors and outdoors as the audience travel with the action, this atmospheric production explores the reality of life in the military, using design components to immerse audiences into a world devastated by conflict. Running time: 90mins. Suitable for ages: 8+Producer Michelle Owoo. Director Gemma Kerr. Design Lorna Ritchie. Performer Jennifer Jackson (Lady Macbeth). Performer Gregory Finnegan (Macbeth). Performer Hannah James-Scott (Lady Macduff/Witch 1/Murderer/Gentlewoman). Performer Jack Bennett (Macduff/Sergeant). Performer Samuel Collings (Banquo/Seyton/Doctor). Performer Stephen Scott (Duncan/Siward/Lord). Performer Alex Phelps (Malcolm/Witch 2/Murderer). Performer Luke Adamson (Porter/Witch 3/Young Siward/Messenger). Performer Francesca Tomlinson (Ross).
|11 Nov 14 to 29 Nov 14||Omnibus Theatre, Outer London :: V01534560440|
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T1326813007 (NYT14)Set within an unstable Europe in the lead up to the First World War, our tragedy takes us behind enemy lines as a tormented Macbeth's severe intentions lead to dire consequences. As empires rise and fall, this new take on a Shakespearean classic will echo present day divisions to thrilling effect.Company National Youth Theatre. Music Jim Hustwitt. Director Ed Hughes. Design James Button. Choreographer Andrea Pelaez.
|19 Sep 14 to 26 Nov 14||The Ambassadors Theatre, West End :: V382|
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in pitch black - T1916000717THE PLAY WILL BE SET IN DARKNESS making the audience feel every moment as the company delivers a clear and exciting performance. The one act abridged version is perfect for school years 9 to 13 and adult audiences alike.Company London Contemporary Theatre (in association with South Hill Park Arts Centre). Director Kevin Williams. Music Philip Ryder. Design Jonathan Ashby-Rock.
|16 Nov 14||Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226|
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|1 Nov 14||St George's Theatre, Great Yarmouth :: V1454243688|
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|13 Nov 13||The Other Palace, Inner London :: V806511856|
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|8 Nov 13||Drill Hall, Lincoln :: V01422328453|
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|7 Nov 13||Firestation Arts & Culture, Windsor :: V740|
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|4 Nov 13 to 6 Nov 13||South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731|
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|23 May 13 to 24 May 13||Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024|
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T450594777 (MERCURY14)Producer Mercury Theatre. Director Daniel Buckroyd.
|2 Oct 14 to 18 Oct 14||Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37|
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T1061318898 (HARLEQUIN14)Company Traffic of the Stage.
|16 Oct 14||The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707|
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T01681829183 (TOBBACO14/15)Running time: 1hr 45mins. Age recommendation 14+Presented byFilter Theatre. Presented byTobacco Factory Theatres.
|3 Sep 14 to 20 Sep 14||The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886|
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T0949377788 (OXFORDGEN14)Please note the production re-imagines the play in the setting of a military sanatorium. It skirmishes across the line between reality and imagination, and sometimes departs from a literal rendering of Shakespeare's original. Recommended for age 8+Company Creation Theatre. Director Jonathan Holloway. Design Ryan Dawson Laight. Sound Matt Eaton. Lighting Ashley Bale. Performer Madeleine Joseph. Performer Richard Kidd. Performer Christopher York. Performer Laura Murray. Performer Scott Ainslie. Performer Simon Spencer-Hyde.
|1 Aug 14 to 13 Sep 14||General, Oxford :: V1095|
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T01108264237 (OUTERGEN14)Performed overnight form 8pm until 8am, RIFT create a fevered festival-like dream of characters sleepwalking through walls, confiding plots and conspiring murder in this lively and ambitious retelling of Shakespeare's Scottish play. A visceral experience, the performance will envelop its environs to create a world floating between dystopia and utopia; waking and sleeping, with an extraordinary view over the city at sunrise the following morning. Running time: 12hrs. Suitable for age 14+Producer Felix Mortimer. Producer Joshua Nawras. Presented byRIFT. Director Felix Mortimer. Design Joshua Nawras.
|20 Jun 14 to 16 Aug 14||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T01883034744 (OUTERGEN2/14)Balfron Tower, Poplar is unveiled as the setting for this exciting overnight immersive experience staged between dusk and dawn in the iconic brutalist masterpieceProducer Felix Mortimer. Producer Joshua Nawras. Design Joshua Nawras. Performer Michael Adams. Performer Bill Bingham. Performer Dominique Bull. Performer Adam J Carpenter. Performer Elly Condron. Performer Guido Cavaciuti. Performer Gavin Duff. Performer Matthew Flacks. Performer Kieran Garland. Performer Humphrey Hardwicke. Performer Lowri James. Performer Alexander Luttley. Performer Roseanne Lynch. Performer Lachlan McCall. Performer John McLear. Performer Robert Myles. Performer Matthew Neal. Performer Sarah Ratheram. Performer Louise Torres-Ryan.
|20 Jun 14 to 16 Aug 14||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T01678830860 (ILLYRIA06/14)Running time: 2hrs 15mins (including interval)Company Illyria.
|8 Aug 14||Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839|
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|13 Jun 14||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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|18 Jul 06||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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|24 Jun 06||Waterside Arts Centre, Sale :: V0383692381|
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T700996725 (LYRICBELFAST14)Macbeth is a thrilling new piece of music theatre that combines fierce electro-acoustic music with contemporary choreography and classic text, this is Shakespeare as you've never seen it before. Belfast-born musician Garth McConaghie's sung through composition is a revelation, accompanying and heightening Shakespeare's classic text. Set in a nameless Asian state sometime in the future, the digital world has come to a grinding end, the internet crashes, screens randomly flicker in the corridors of power. Macbeth, an ambitious head of security, monitors groups of young men and women attempting to bring the establishment down. But a super-natural encounter is going to change all that.Producer Youth Music Theatre UK.
|23 Jul 14 to 26 Jul 14||Lyric Theatre, Belfast :: V552|
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T2120465333 (MAC14)Company Festival Players.
|14 Jun 14||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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T1693734429 (COURTYARD14)In this the 450 anniversary of Shakespeares birth a darkly retelling sees the action rage in and around the audience in this political masterpiece.Company Courtyard Theatre. Director June Abbott.
|6 May 14 to 23 May 14||Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184|
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T01734999378 (COCKPIT14)Company The Merely Players.
|20 Apr 14||Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182|
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T01894016381 (OUTERGEN14/2)Presented byDaniel Krupnik Productions. Director Guy Retallack. Performer Craig Daniel Adams (Macbeth). Performer Anabel Kutay (Witch). Performer Alain Terzoli (Banquo). Performer Thea Beyleveld (Lady Macbeth). Performer Alasdiar James McLaughlin (Duncan). Performer Sofia Nicholson. Performer Sebastian Hill.
|26 Mar 14 to 19 Apr 14||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T559669762 (ARTRIX14)Company Blue Orange Theatre.
|20 Mar 14||Bierkeller Bristol, Bristol :: V1616759562|
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|9 Mar 14||Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848|
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|28 Feb 14 to 1 Mar 14||Playhouse Theatre, Cheltenham :: V92|
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|25 Feb 14||Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431|
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T417167197 (FS13)Company Further Stages Theatre Company.
|1 Mar 14||New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341|
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T1670888592 (BRADFORDPLAY13)For the first time in theatre you will be asked to keep your phone on as we bring your mobile and social networking into the centre of the performance. During the performance we will be updating the characters profiles so that you can follow the action on facebook as well as live on stage. Highlights will also be projected on the auditorium for those less au fait with the technology.
|4 Feb 14 to 8 Feb 14||The New Bradford Playhouse, Bradford :: V0545194186|
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T701342548 (CASTDONCASTER14)Company JKL Productions. Director Jan Townend.
|23 Jan 14 to 25 Jan 14||Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680|
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T1505711461 (ORMSROSE13)Punctuated by thrilling stage combat, Troop's electrifying performance strips bare the text and takes you to the heart of Shakespeare's bloodiest tragedy.Presented byCM Productions. Company Troop Theatre.
|7 Nov 13||The Arts Centre (Rose Theatre), Ormskirk :: V527|
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T1669135701 (BRIDEWELL13)Producer Matt Gould. Company SEDOS. Director Chloe Faine. Performer Daniel Bogod (Macbeth). Performer Sarah Peachey (Lady Macbeth). Performer Valerie Antwi. Performer Alex Baker. Performer Doug Baker. Performer Sarah Beebe. Performer James Bretherton. Performer Michaela Chamberlain. Performer Sarah Heenan. Performer Stuart McMillan. Performer Flor Maldjian. Performer Adam Moulder. Performer James Newall. Performer Fran Rafferty. Performer Robert J Stanex. Performer Matt Tylianakis. Performer Chris Warren.
|29 Oct 13 to 2 Nov 13||Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171|
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T0377171754 (COCKPIT13)Infinite Space Theatre's Macbeth is set behind the pristine closed doors of the City. Birnam Wood and Dunsinane Hill are two organisations engaged in a hostile takeover. The witches are police and journalists. Macduff is female, pushing for the representation on the Board which women so woefully lack. And Lady Macbeth plays her cards rather differently, using her husband as a vehicle to vault her desire for power. This is still a play about blood, only the way in which it is spilled has been updated and contemporised.Company Infinite Space Theatre.
|10 Oct 13 to 26 Oct 13||Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182|
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T0113399355 (BUXTON13)Company Theatrical Niche.
|21 Oct 13||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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T371321461 (GLOBE13)Producer The Globe Theatre. Director Eve Best. Design Mike Britton. Costume Yvonne de Moravia. Music Olly Fox. Choreographer Charlotte Broom. Choreographer Sian Williams. Performer Joseph Millson (Macbeth). Performer Samantha Spiro (Lady Macbeth). Performer Bette Bourne (Porter). Performer Moyo Akande. Performer Geoff Aymer. Performer Stuart Bowman. Performer Billy Boyd. Performer Jonathan Chambers. Performer Philip Cumbus. Performer Gawn Grainger. Performer Harry Hepple. Performer Jess Murphy. Performer Colin Ryan. Performer Cat Simmons. Performer Finty Williams.
|22 Jun 13 to 13 Oct 13||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T915051318 (PERTH13)Warning: contains scenes of nudity and violence.Presented byHorsecross Arts. Producer Perth Theatre. Producer Tron Production. Director Rachel O'Riordan. Design Kenny Miller. Lighting Kevin Treacy. Music Debra Salem. Performer Ian Cairns. Performer Leila Crerar. Performer Richard Conlon. Performer Keith Fleming. Performer Angus Miller. Performer Michael Moreland. Performer Paul Rattray. Performer Andrew Rothney. Performer James Rottger. Performer Sean Scanlan. Performer Andrew Barrett. Performer Daniel Cahill. Performer Lorn Macdonald. Performer Jack Anderson. Performer Jay Anderson.
|18 Sep 13 to 5 Oct 13||Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637|
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T02115441214 (OUTERGEN13)Director Mark Terry.
|10 Sep 13 to 5 Oct 13||The Duke New End Theatre, Outer London :: V0990096960|
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T1439664722 (LANDU13)Set against the backdrop of a war-torn country to which the men mysteriously never returned, the women were convinced that they could prosper on their own. Macbeth and her cohorts now find themselves confronted with temptation from dubious sources, and begin to question the organically-formed hierarchy of their self-created world where Womankind leads.Company Wyrd Sister's Theatre. Director Charlie Ryall. Lighting William Eagles. Sound William Eagles. Director Simba Masaku (fight). Performer Mark Rush. Performer Hendrik Elstein. Performer Alexander Allin. Performer Olga Leon. Performer Lucy McCabe. Performer Rosie Secker. Performer Natalie Barclay. Performer Natasha Brown. Performer Freya Alderson. Performer Briony Rawle. Performer Kirtsen Moore. Performer Pernilla Holland. Performer Charlie Ryall. Performer Hannah Cheetham.
|16 Jul 13 to 3 Aug 13||The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V219|
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T926490857 (ROSEBANKSIDE13)The Rose is an indoor archaeological site. It is advisable to dress with an extra layer as there is no heating. There are also no toilets so please use Shakespeare's Globe, just a few hundred meters away.Producer Carolina Artegiani. Presented byWOH Productions. Adapted by Anthony Khaseria. Adapted by Manuela Ruggiero. Director Manuela Ruggiero. Lighting Edmund Sutton. Design Paulina Rzeszowska. Costume Paulina Rzeszowska. Performer Lucien Campbell. Performer Francesca De Sica. Performer Micaela Ghiozzi. Performer Clive Moore. Performer Sophie Nagovitsyna. Performer Ruth Schor.
|3 Jul 13 to 28 Jul 13||The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190|
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T76265067 (MIF13)Live-streamed via NT Live on 20 July 2013.Producer Manchester International Festival. Director Rob Ashford. Director Kenneth Branagh. Design Christopher Oram. Lighting Neil Austin. Director Anne McNulty (CDG - casting). Performer Kenneth Branagh. Performer Alex Kingston (Lady Macbeth). Performer Jimmy Yuill (Banquo). Performer John Shrapnel (Duncan). Performer Alexander Vlahos (Malcolm). Performer Norman Bowman (Ross). Performer Ray Fearon (Macduff). Performer Rosalie Craig (Lady Macbeth). Performer Laura Elsworthy (Weird Sister). Performer Anjan Vasan (Weird Sister). Performer Charlie Cameron (Weird Sister). Performer Andy Apollo. Performer David Annen. Performer Elliot Balchin. Performer Nari Blair. Performer Steven Cree. Performer Jordan Dean. Performer Patrick Neil Doyle. Performer Pip Pearce. Performer Cody Green. Performer Daniel Ings. Performer Harry Lister-Smith. Performer Stuart Neal. Performer Harry Polden. Performer Dominic Thorburn. Performer Katie West. Performer Benny Young.
|5 Jul 13 to 20 Jul 13||General, Manchester :: V1414|
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T1250823048 (TS13)Producer Jamie Lloyd (Ambassadors Theatre Group). Director Jamie Lloyd. Design Soutra Gilmour. Performer James McAvoy (Macbeth). Performer Claire Foy (Lady Macbeth). Performer Jamie Ballard (Macduff). Performer Graeme Dalling (Donalbain). Performer Lisa Gardner (Witch). Performer Kevin Guthrie (Lennox). Performer Richard Hansell (Ross). Performer Forbes Masson (Banquo). Performer Allison McKenzie (Witch). Performer Olivia Morgan (Witch). Performer Catherine Murray (Caithness). Performer Callum O'Neill (Angus). Performer Mark Quartley (Malcolm). Performer Hugh Ross (Duncan/Doctor).
|9 Feb 13 to 27 Apr 13||Trafalgar Studios, West End :: V420|
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T1873897170 (LONDONTH13)Director Harry Denford.
|5 Mar 13 to 10 Mar 13||The London Theatre, Outer London :: V0751012861|
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T883691554 (CAMDENPEO13)Running time: 1hr 30mins. Contain some scenes of mild stage violence, sexual references and fake blood. Not suitable for children under 8-10 years old.Company Titian Repertory Theatre Company Ltd. Director Amber Elliott.
|5 Feb 13 to 24 Feb 13||Camden People's Theatre, Inner London :: V176|
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T01125847715 (SURREYGEN13)Corporate Sponsor Saxton Bampfylde. Company Guildford Shakespeare Company (in association with Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre). Director Caroline Devlin. Design Sarah Bacon. Lighting Declan Randall. Sound Matt Eaton. Performer Johanne Murdock. Performer Noel White. Performer Robert Maskell. Performer Tom McGovern. Performer Matt Pinches.
|4 Feb 13 to 23 Feb 13||General, General :: V129128377|
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T01170470457 (HARROGATE12)Company Harrogate Dramatic Society.
|12 Dec 12 to 15 Dec 12||Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942|
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T34444792 (LYRICBELFAST12)Producer Lyric Belfast. Director Lynne Parker. Design Diana Ennis. Performer Michael Condron. Performer Niall Cusack. Performer Christopher Doyle. Performer Darren Franklin. Performer Stuart Graham. Performer Andrea Irvine. Performer Paul Kennedy. Performer Paul Mallon. Performer Eleanor Methven. Performer arol Moore. Performer Claire Rafferty.
|21 Oct 12 to 24 Nov 12||Lyric Theatre, Belfast :: V552|
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T01084454915 (THEMET12)Company Troop Theatre.
|14 Nov 12 to 16 Nov 12||Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497|
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|13 Nov 12||Robert Powell Theatre, Salford :: V501|
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|7 Nov 12||The Met, Bury :: V476|
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T1769027402 (MALVERN12)Company Worcester Repertory Company. Director Chris Jaeger. Performer Ian Keir Attard. Performer Liz Grand.
|2 Nov 12 to 3 Nov 12||Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442|
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T0759564159 (BIERKELLER12)Set in a disused warehouse in Gangland London, this modern interpretation of the Shakespeare text is bloody, malevolent, sadistic and downright nasty... a Halloween treat with a definite sting in its tail!
|29 Oct 12 to 1 Nov 12||Bierkeller Bristol, Bristol :: V1616759562|
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T037083427 (ROYALCOURTLIV12)Gang warfare rages on the streets of Liverpool. General Macbeth is elevated to Thane of Cawdor, the right hand man of Duncan, the gang's undisputed Kingpin. A loyal soldier, Macbeth is set to be leader one day if he bides his time. He can be Kingpin sooner if he listens to his Lady, screws his courage to the sticking place and takes matters into his own hands.Company Lodestar Theratre Company.
|21 Sep 12 to 13 Oct 12||Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool :: V538|
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T234141544 (DERBY12)Company Derby Shakespeare Theatre Company.
|8 Oct 12 to 13 Oct 12||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
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T370152466 (CRUCIBLE12)Producer Sheffield Theatres. Director Daniel Evans. Design Richard Kent. Lighting David Plater. Music Richard Taylor. Sound Richard Taylor. Performer Claudie Blakley (Lady Macbeth). Performer Geoffrey Streatfield (Macbeth). Performer Ross Anderson (Donalbain/2nd Murderer/Messenger/Seyton/Soldier). Performer John Dougall (Macduff). Performer Joseph Drake (Malcolm/3rd Murderer/1st Apparition). Performer david Ganly (Banquo). Performer David Hounslow (Lennox). Performer Andrew Jarvis (Duncan/Old Man/Lord/Siward). Performer Victoria Lennox (3rd Witch). Performer Christopher Logan (Porter/Bleeding Captain/Messenger/Attendant/1st Murderer/Hectate/Doctor). Performer Sophie Roberts (Lady Macduff). Performer Marlene Sidaway (1st Witch). Performer Sandra Voe (2nd Witch/Waiting Woman). Performer Ashley Zhangazha (Ross).
|5 Sep 12 to 6 Oct 12||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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T0945427999 (COLIABER12)Producer Pontardawe Arts Centre.
|25 Sep 12 to 26 Sep 12||The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821|
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T2111340421 (SOUTHHILL12)Company Youth Music Theatre. Adapted by Stuart Harvey. Director Stuart Harvey. Music Garth McConaghie.
|17 Aug 12 to 18 Aug 12||South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731|
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T748927480 (TOBACCO12)Company The Lord Chamberlain's Men.
|1 Aug 12||The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886|
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|1 Aug 12||General, General :: V1814664255|
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T034333507 (LIONANDUNI12)Company New London Company. Director Scott Ellis.
|19 Jun 12 to 7 Jul 12||The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V219|
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T032195639 (NTS12)Multi award-winning actor Alan Cumming assumes every role in this radical reimagining of Shakespeare's Scottish play.Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Director John Tiffany. Director Andy Goldberg. Design Merle Hensel. Lighting Natasha Chivers. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Other Ros Steen (voice). Director Christine Devaney (movement). Design Ian William Galloway (video). Performer Alan Cumming. Performer Ali Craig. Performer Myra McFadyen.
|13 Jun 12 to 30 Jun 12||The Tramway, Glasgow :: V621|
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T02663537 (PHOENIX12)Company Phoenix Players.
|18 May 12 to 26 May 12||Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147|
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T01163781771 (IT12)Company Icarus Theatre Collective.
|21 May 12 to 23 May 12||Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308|
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T110372701 (OUTERGEN12)An all-male take on Shakespeare's tragedy, set within a haunted labyrinth.Company Belt Up.
|12 Apr 12 to 18 May 12||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T1813460219 (GLOBE12)From Opole, Poland. Raves and binges lighten the nights in Maja Kleczewska s Dunsinane, in this glitzy production of Macbeth which echoes the films of David Lynch and Pedro Almodovar. Transvestites, addicts and track-suited gangsters wander the corridors and teeter on the brink of sanity. Performed in Polish.Company Teatr im. Kochanowskiego.
|8 May 12 to 10 May 12||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T448028980 (BRUNTON11/12)Company Icarus Theatre Collective.
|17 Apr 12||Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918|
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|8 Feb 12 to 9 Feb 12||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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|14 Nov 11 to 15 Nov 11||Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725|
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|11 Nov 11 to 12 Nov 11||Braintree Arts Theatre, Braintree :: V1125708691|
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|3 Nov 11 to 5 Nov 11||Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27|
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|31 Oct 11 to 1 Nov 11||Mumford Theatre, Cambridge :: V22|
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|26 Oct 11||Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633|
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|19 Sep 11 to 20 Sep 11||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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T01157178044 (OCTAGONBOLTON12)Producer Octagon Bolton. Director David Thacker. Performer Robert Cavanah (Macbeth). Performer Suzan Sylvester (Lady Macbeth). Performer Iestyn Arwel. Performer Drew Carter-Cain. Performer Colin Connor. Performer Russell Dixon. Performer Ted Holden. Performer David MacCreedy. Performer Jack Sandle. Performer Georgina Strawson.
|23 Feb 12 to 17 Mar 12||Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480|
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T01425560113 (PEGASUS11)In a land almost afraid to know itself, in a country where unnatural deeds are commonplace, and where the night is filled with a restless ecstasy, Shakespeare s tragedy of ambition and guilt unfolds. Platform 4 s taut psychodrama crackles with a wild electricity, brought alive by the sonic experiments of composer and guitarist Bic Hayes and sound designer Jules Bushell. Characters appear and disappear from the shadows as part of a nightmarish vision, played out under an immense canopy of darkness.Company Platform 4. Director Simon Plumridge. Design Simon Plumridge. Costume Su Houser. Sound Bic Hayes (soundscape). Sound Jules Bushell. Music Jules Bushell. Lighting Robert Bryan. Lighting Robert Watson (relights/tour technician). Other Laura Townsend (dramaturg/assistant). Performer James G Bellorini (Macbeth). Performer Tamsin Fessey (Lady Macbeth/Witch). Performer Lynne Forbes (Lady Macduff/Malcolm/Witch). Performer Henry Douthwaite (Banquo/Captain). Performer Ralf Higgins (Duncan/Witch/Macduff). Performer Murray Simon (Lenox/Rosse). Performer Caine Stanton (Donalbain/Porter).
|7 Feb 12 to 8 Feb 12||Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539|
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|18 Nov 11 to 19 Nov 11||Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801|
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|10 Nov 11||The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899|
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|20 Sep 11 to 22 Sep 11||NST Campus, Southampton :: V776|
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T1174643079 (INNERGEN11)Baz Productions breathes new life into Macbeth whilst honouring the verse of this classic text. Hidden in the underground crypt of St Andrew, Holborn, Baz play the text and the 'game' like new. A small company of actors work to immerse the audience in a unique experience in a performance space like no other, swapping roles and locations as the story unfurls. Influenced by the sporting world, Baz aspires to make theatre that holds the tension and power of a sporting event. We see the focus of a highly trained athlete single-mindedly using every inch of their training to reach their goal. We see the fans of all ages that passionately support, defend and adore their teams. Baz uses this focus as our inspiration.Company Baz Productions. Director Sarah Bedi. Lighting Paul Biver. Performer Scott Brooksbank. Performer Lucy Brueggar. Performer Ffion Jolly. Performer Geoff Lumb. Performer Katherine Newman.
|18 Oct 11 to 5 Nov 11||General, Inner London :: V1231|
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T0750348455 (UPSTAIRS11)Through the use of language, puppetry, music, combat and physical theatre, be thrown into a world far removed from your own, and experience the turmoil of raging ambition, murder and deception. Exciting, dangerous, dark, complex and clever - Macbeth will leave you captivated and in unsettled awe.Company Hiraeth Artistic Productions. Director Mary Clare O'Neill. Design Merran Philips. Performer Kazeem Tosin Amore.
|20 Sep 11 to 9 Oct 11||Barons Court Theatre, Inner London :: V169|
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|9 Aug 11 to 14 Aug 11||Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Inner London :: V1170|
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T349941554 (YORKGEN11)Company Mooted Theatre Company. Director Mark France. Design Simon Jarvis. Music Kingsley Ash.
|28 Sep 11 to 8 Oct 11||General, York :: V01314402172|
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T01901900322 (ROYALSHAKESTRATFORD11)Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Michael Boyd. Design Tom Piper. Sound Andrew Franks. Lighting Jean Kalman. Music Craig Armstrong. Performer Jonathan Slinger. Performer Aislin McGuckin. Performer Madeline Appiah. Performer Jamie Beamish. Performer Howard Charles. Performer Scott Handy. Performer Aidan Kelly. Performer Caroline Martin. Performer Des McAleer. Performer Nikesh Patel. Performer Daniel Percival. Performer Daniel Rose. Performer Steve Toussaint. Performer Christopher Wright.
|16 Apr 11 to 6 Oct 11||Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135|
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Sliced to the Core - T1842725078Company Top Edge. Adapted by Simon Rae. Director Simon Rae. Performer David Keller.
|5 Oct 11||Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640|
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T02067257777 (EVERYLIV11)Producer Everyman and Liverpool Playhouse. Director Gemma Bodinetz. Design Francis O'Connor. Music Peter Coyte. Lighting Colin Grenfell. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Performer David Morrissey (Macbeth). Performer Julia Ford (Lady Macbeth). Performer Mark Arends (Malcolm). Performer Ken Bradshaw (Banquo). Performer Richard Bremmer (Duncan/Porter/Lady Macbeth's Doctor). Performer Neil Caple (Lennox/Angus). Performer Matthew Flynn (Macduff). Performer Gillian Kearney (Lady McDuff). Performer Syrus Lowe (Ross). Performer Gavin Marshall (Bloody Captain/Medneth). Performer Shaun Mason (Donalbain/Caithness). Performer Nathan McMullen (Witch/Fleance). Performer Eileen O'Brien (Witch).
|6 May 11 to 11 Jun 11||Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535|
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T02051086041 (EVESHAM11)Producer Jadis Shadows Productions Ltd.
|2 Jun 11||Evesham Arts Centre, Evesham :: V1116|
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|19 May 11 to 20 May 11||Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham :: V0812942011|
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T01561211440 (OUTERGEN11)Producer Simon Cummin. Producer Jethro Compton Ltd. Company Belt Up Theatre. Director Alexander Wright. Performer Dominic Allen (Macbeth). Performer Marcus Emerton. Performer Joe Hufton. Performer James Wilkes.
|15 Apr 11 to 8 May 11||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T1993869547 (GREENWICHPLAY11)Eamon McDonnell’s adaptation moves the action to the Ancient African civilization that was the Benin Empire - giving this famous tale an original and engaging twist. This production delivers, both visually and culturally, a very exciting performance, fusing the original violent tale with a new setting and context - bringing the vibrancy of Africa to the stage. Running time: 2hr (approx) inclu. intervalProducer Maria Chiorando. Producer Eamon McDonnell. Company CandyKing Productions. Company Celtic Kiss. Adapted by Eamon McDonnell. Director Scott Le Crass. Performer Olusegun Akingbola. Performer Elizabeth Prince. Performer Mark Menelik. Performer Tommy Coleman. Performer Michael Quartey. Performer Tok Laju. Performer Alec Todd. Performer Linda Mathis. Performer Sabina Cameron. Performer Caleb Frederick. Performer Kike Brimah. Performer Ray Sesay. Performer Lenn Blasse.
|5 Apr 11 to 1 May 11||Greenwich Playhouse, Outer London :: V1286|
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T01413123257 (BLUEELE11)Company Lazarus Theatre Company. Director Ricky Dukes. Design Ricky Dukes. Lighting Heather Doole. Costume Rebecca Mills. Sound Liam Welton. Performer Robin Holden (Macbeth). Performer Victoria Sye (Lady Macbeth). Performer Elly Lowney. Performer Douglas Rutter. Performer Lewis Davidson. Performer Chris Wynn. Performer Ceridwen Smith. Performer Anthony Harwood. Performer Chris Casey. Performer James Billington. Performer Benjamin Wainwright. Performer Chris Chambers. Performer Alice Brown. Performer Evan Regueira. Performer Dotty Kultys. Performer Claire Gaydon. Performer Charlotte Dodds..
|22 Mar 11 to 16 Apr 11||The Blue Elephant Theatre, Inner London :: V1259993386|
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T01404618586 (HARROWARTS11)They say blood will have blood. Six brilliant performers in a fast and physically-charged production for audiences new to Shakespeare. A unique project supported by the RSC and English Touring Theatre.Producer Custom. Producer Practice. Producer Harrow Arts Centre. Director Suba Das. Director Rae Mcken. Design Fabrice Serafino. Lighting Prema Mehta. Sound Edward Lewis. Performer Henry Maynard (Macduff). Performer Nana Amoo-Gottfried. Performer Alex Croft. Performer Offue Okegbe. Performer Natalie Thomas. Performer Matthew Wade.
|28 Mar 11 to 29 Mar 11||The Drum, Birmingham :: V397448197|
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|24 Mar 11 to 26 Mar 11||Rich Mix, Outer London :: V0478944234|
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|21 Mar 11 to 23 Mar 11||Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308|
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|17 Mar 11 to 18 Mar 11||Croydon Clocktower: David Lean Cinema, Outer London :: V01465162029|
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|8 Mar 11 to 16 Mar 11||Harrow Arts Centre, Outer London :: V310|
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T01003886000 (BARB10)Macbeth is the great tragedy of the imagination. A man and a woman, bound together in ambition are destroyed in a welter of blood. Cheek by Jowl’s latest work conjures a world of witchcraft, ghosts and apparitions in an hallucinatory experience of sound and shadow. Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod’s production strips the play back to its devastating heart, exposing Shakespeare’s shocking insight into the cost of power. Running time: 120mins with no intervalProducer barbicanbite10. Producer Les Gemeaus / Sceaux / SceneNationale. Producer Koninklijke Schouwburg. Producer Grand Theatre de Luxembourg. Producer Theatre du Nord. Producer Lille and Theatre de Namur / Centre Dramatique. Company Cheek by Jowl. Director Declan Donnellan. Design Nick Ormerod. Performer Will Keen (Macbeth). Performer Anastasia Hille (Lady Macbeth). Performer David Caves. Performer David Collings. Performer Vincent Enterby. Performer Jake Fairbrother. Performer Nicholas Goode. Performer Kelly Hotten. Performer Orlando James. Performer Ryan Kiggell. Performer Greg Kolpakchi. Performer Edmund Wiseman.
|23 Feb 11 to 26 Feb 11||Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19|
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|18 Mar 10 to 10 Apr 10||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
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T01482840911 (FAIRFIELD11)Producer PYT Productions.
|1 Feb 11 to 2 Feb 11||Fairfield Hall, Outer London :: V295|
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T02101561716 (BARB10)This is a version of Macbeth told through an intricately crafted blend of text, movement and polyphonic song. Presented by an international ensemble of eight exceptional performers, the production explores the musicality and muscularity of Shakespeare’s poetry and the colours and sounds of his extraordinary language. The story and characters are vividly portrayed, but in realising the drama through a uniquely imaginative physical and vocal phrasing, the tragedy is understood anew. Song of the Goat Theatre was founded in 1996 by Grzegorz Bral and Anna Zubrzycki and was seen in bite05 with Chronicles - A Lamentation which won a Fringe First and Herald Angel at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Performed in English. Duration: 75mins (no interval)Company Song of the Goat Theatre.
|25 Nov 10 to 27 Nov 10||Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655|
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|3 Nov 10 to 20 Nov 10||The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372|
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|27 Oct 10 to 29 Oct 10||The Capitol Theatre, Manchester :: V1006|
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|20 Oct 10 to 22 Oct 10||Cambridge Junction, Cambridge :: V23|
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|13 Oct 10 to 15 Oct 10||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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|6 Oct 10 to 8 Oct 10||The Point, Southampton :: V1114|
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T01493501530 (TRYORK10)York Theatre Royal’s critically acclaimed company in residence, Belt Up Theatre, invite you to bear witness to a nightmarish new production of Shakespeare's tale of murder, ghosts and the worst extremes of the human soul.Company Belt Up Theatre. Producer The Point Eastleigh (in association with the Library Theatre Company).
|6 Oct 10 to 7 Oct 10||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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T02080401752 (CARMARTHANLYRIC10)Company Merlin Youth Theatre. Director Bryony Evett.
|16 Sep 10 to 18 Sep 10||Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen :: V1274041426|
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T333165124 (OUTERGEN10)N.B. Please bring a Rug & Picnic Chairs as there is no fixed seating.Producer Rainbow Shakespeare. Director Nicolas Young. Performer Christopher Peacock. Performer Lee Payne. Performer Peter Goode. Performer Ross Muir. Performer Andrew Storey. Performer Hilary Janewood. Performer Emily Bennett.
|4 Aug 10 to 8 Aug 10||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T0865873291 (CORAMFIELD10)Company Principle Theatre.
|23 Jul 10 to 6 Aug 10||Coram's Fields Childrens Park, Inner London :: V164|
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|6 Jul 10 to 10 Jul 10||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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|24 Jun 10 to 3 Jul 10||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T1120455087 (TRISTANBATES10)Company Caravanserai Productions. Company Acting Studio.
|27 Jul 10 to 31 Jul 10||Tristan Bates Theatre (TBT), Inner London :: V251|
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T263228659 (REGENTOPEN10)Re-imagined for audiences aged 6 and overProducer New Shakespeare Company. Director Steve Marmion. Design Gideon Davey. Music Tom Mills. Sound Fergus O'Hare. Director Renny Krupinski (fight). Performer Golda Rosheuvel (Lady Macbeth). Performer Simon Trinder (Macduff). Performer Josephine Butler (Banquo).
|3 Jul 10 to 31 Jul 10||Open Air Theatre, West End :: V403|
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T1694099179 (SURREYGAN10)Company Pranksters' Theatre Company.
|9 Jul 10 to 17 Jul 10||General, General :: V129128377|
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T1706641737 (GLOBE10)Producer Globe Theatre. Director Lucy Bailey. Design Katrina Lindsay. Music Orlando Gough. Choreographer Javier De Frutos. Performer Elliot Cowan (Macbeth). Performer Laura Rogers (Lady Macbeth). Performer James McArdle (Malcolm). Performer Karen Anderson. Performer Christian Bradley. Performer Michael Camp. Performer James Clyde. Performer Nick Court. Performer Keigh Dunphy. Performer Julius D'Silva. Performer Janet Fullerlove. Performer Simone Kirby. Performer Ian Pirie. Performer Frank Scantori. Performer Ken Shorter. Performer Craig Vye.
|23 Apr 10 to 27 Jun 10||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T370332955 (SCOOP10)Get ready for killer lines, killer crimes and some seriously weird sisters as The Pantaloons theatre company return to The Scoop with more of their own brand open-air Shakespeare mayhem following last year's hugely successful Romeo & Juliet. The critically-acclaimed touring company put a fun-filled twist on Shakespeare's classic tale of madness and murder with live music, audience interaction, puppetry and plenty of fast-paced fun for the whole family.Company The Pantaloons.
|3 Jun 10 to 6 Jun 10||The Scoop, Outer London :: V0201781702|
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T1882811733 (BROADWAY10)Set in the murk of the Spanish Civil War, this exciting production features three feral and sexually ambiguous boys as the witches and Macbeth as a terrifying Franco figure who commits terrible atrocities against his own people in his unquenchable pursuit of power.Director Alice Lacey.
|27 Jan 10 to 20 Feb 10||The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314|
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T01764989794 (TOUR10)Producer Seagull Rep. Director John Hales. Performer Abi Titmuss (Lady Macbeth).
|4 Dec 09||The Cut, Halesworth :: V01084376924|
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|18 Nov 09 to 22 Nov 09||Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft :: V196|
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T695320491 (HULLTRUCK09)Producer Hull Truck. Director Gareth Tudor Price. Design Richard Foxton. Performer James Weaver (Macbeth). Performer Fiona Wass (Lady Macbeth).
|12 Nov 09 to 28 Nov 09||Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935|
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T1632381812 (MILLFIELD09)As the actors bring Shakespeare’s words to life, the audience become actively involved in the thrilling drama, ensuring an action-packed and accessible experience of the Scottish play. Limited availability. For further details please call 020 8368 4828.Company Young Shakespeare Company.
|3 Nov 09 to 6 Nov 09||Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316|
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T0830118582 (KMT09)Company Wanstead Players.
|15 Oct 09 to 17 Oct 09||Kenneth More Theatre, Outer London :: V313|
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T01262835154 (CHAPTER09)Company Everyman Theatre.
|13 Oct 09 to 17 Oct 09||Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827|
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T1211889191 (WOLVESARENA09)Company Pool Hayes Performing Arts School.
|28 Sep 09||Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160|
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T01133655791 (PENDLEY09)Director Stephen Artus. Design Derek Randall. Director Liam Evans-Ford (fight). Performer Billie Fulford-Brown. Performer Lee Garrett. Performer Richard Merrick. Performer Donald Morrison. Performer Sarah Whitehouse.
|11 Aug 09 to 15 Aug 09||General, General :: V1275|
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T21201315 (HEATON09)Announcing their return to Heaton Park, Manchester’s ‘Masters of Promenade’, multi-award winning Feelgood are back with a daring and bold open-air production of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedyProducer Feelgood Theatre Productions. Director Peter Mutanda.
|15 Jul 09 to 2 Aug 09||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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T0809159661 (RIVERSIDE09)Love and Madness relocate Shakespeare's tragedy to an East End pub where the 1966 World Cup final is being screened live and Macbeth is a Gangster king-pin. Running time: 2 hours including 20 minute interval. Suitable for ages 14+Company Love and Madness Ensemble.
|20 May 09 to 26 Jul 09||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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T0340216611 (BRIDEWELL09)A new season of Bard adaptations opens with arguably Shakespeare’s most accessible play. That his ideas and words still resonate and move us in the 21st Century is testament to his native genius. Come and see how C Company interpret the Scottish Play in just 45 minutes. Bring your own lunch!Company C Company. Director Aileen Gonsalves.
|26 May 09 to 12 Jun 09||Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171|
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T01516913325 (ROYALEX08)Producer Royal Exchange. Director Matthew Dunster. Design Paul Wills. Lighting Philip Gladwell. Sound Ian Dickinson. Director Kevin McCurdy (fight). Performer Nicholas Gleaves (Macbeth). Performer Hilary Maclean (Lady Macbeth). Performer Jason Done. Performer Chris Colquhoun. Performer Rebecca Callard. Performer Niamh Quinn. Performer Robert Gwilym. Performer John MacMillan. Performer Matthew Randell. Performer Chinna Wodu. Performer Heather Peace. Performer John Stahl. Performer Vincent Bernard. Performer Leigh Symonds. Performer Ann Crump Raiswell. Performer Shannon Flynn. Performer Alexandra Kenyon. Performer Tom Glynn-Whitehead. Performer Jake Richardson.
|25 Feb 99 to 11 Apr 09||Royal Exchange, Manchester :: V491|
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T2036093884 (BROCKLEY09)Company theFaction. Director Mark Leipacher. Lighting Matt Graham. Director Alexander Guiney (assistant). Director Marcello Marascalchi (fight). Director Fiona Watson (movement). Performer Geoff Breton. Performer Dewi Evans. Performer Gareth Fordred. Performer Pethrow Gooden. Performer Alexander Guiney. Performer Austin Hardiman. Performer Mark Leipacher. Performer Jamie Maclachlan. Performer Henry Maynard. Performer Jude Owusu Achiaw. Performer Josh Taylor. Performer Tom Vickers. Performer Tim Wyatt.
|10 Mar 09 to 4 Apr 09||Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299|
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T0337172523 (HARROGATE09)Company Harrogate Dramatic Society.
|4 Mar 09 to 7 Mar 09||Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942|
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T01643222793 (SHOREDITCH09)Dress Warm. Over 15's only. Tube: Old St/Liverpool StProducer Big Space Theatre Productions. Director Matthew Jay Lewis.
|5 Feb 09 to 28 Feb 09||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T0987132066 (COTTESLOE09)Suitable for schools and families with children aged 7 years upwards.Producer National Theatre. Adapted by Carl Heap. Director Carl Heap. Design Miriam Nabarro. Design Mila Sanders. Music Joe Townsend. Performer Pete Ashmore. Performer Adetomiwa Edun. Performer Laura-Kate Gordon. Performer Emma Jerrold. Performer Nicholas Karimi. Performer Nadia Morgan. Performer Roy Weskin.
|10 Feb 09 to 21 Feb 09||Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), West End :: V375|
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T0112526991 (TARA08)Tara’s young people’s theatre company ARTS BEAT return with another dynamic reduced Shakespeare - this autumn MACBETH gets the ARTS BEAT treatmentCompany TARA Arts Beat. Director Filiz Ozcan.
|20 Nov 08||Tara Theatre, Outer London :: V292|
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T01387515821 (NOTTPLAY08)Producer Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company. Producer Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh. Director Lucy Pitman Wallace. Design Lucy Osborne. Lighting Jenny Kagan. Performer Liam Brennan. Performer Allison McKenzie. Performer Martin Ledwith. Performer Christopher Brand. Performer Sam Heughan. Performer Donald Pirie. Performer Stuart Nicoll. Performer Jimmy Chisholm. Performer Claire Brown. Performer Joanne Cummins. Performer Pauline Lynch.
|22 Oct 08 to 15 Nov 08||Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457|
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|12 Sep 08 to 11 Oct 08||Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604|
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T825197900 (LIONANDUNI08)Company Deadkat Theatre.
|7 Oct 08 to 12 Oct 08||The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, Inner London :: V219|
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T622343637 (BYRE08)Backroom conniving, naked ambition, insider dealing, moral ambiguity, hypocrisy and corruption at the highest levels... a dynamic and inventive production with all the elements of thriller, adventure and the supernatural. This is a revival of the final ever show at Mull Little Theatre - an acclaimed, innovative and very accessible production which was loved by critics and audiences alike.
|10 Oct 08 to 11 Oct 08||Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640|
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T0563857718 (MULL06/08)Producer Mull Theatre.
|4 Oct 08||Gilmorehill G12, Glasgow :: V1423875763|
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|1 Oct 08||Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633|
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|10 Jul 06 to 29 Aug 06||Mull Little Theatre, Dervaig :: V595|
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Who is that Bloodied Man? - T1408940346With armies on motorbikes, witches on stilts and a spectacular burning castle, Teatr Biuro Podròzy’s award-winning adaptation of Macbeth comes to London following its sell-out run at last year’s Edinburgh Festival. The company has established an enviable reputation since they first stunned audiences in 1993 with the bleak and shocking Carmen Funebre. They have subsequently toured to over 40 countries and premiered their adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness at the National Theatre. Performed in English. Standing tickets. 70 mins. Performed in a newly adapted site beside the river, outside the Stage Door. Presented in association with Universal ArtsCompany Teatr Biuro Podrozy (Poland).
|5 Aug 08 to 9 Aug 08||National Theatre, West End :: V400|
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T0182175597 (BOURNEMOUTH08)Company Bournemouth Players. Director Kevin Dicker. Performer Ryan Gregg. Performer Beverley Beck. Performer Ian Botterill. Performer Denis Carlton. Performer Gerry Carroll. Performer Connor Elliott. Performer Paul Foulds. Performer Dawn Hollington. Performer Kerry Jackman. Performer David Jackman. Performer Kelly Pope. Performer Betty Toland.
|15 Jul 08 to 26 Jul 08||General, General :: V1268|
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T0776512740 (SHERMAN08)Producer Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Director Martin Houghton.
|23 May 08 to 31 May 08||Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824|
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T01518295082 (BUXTON08)Underground Shakespeare ... Macbeth in a cave! Back by popular demand after a sell-out run last Autumn, 1623 theatre company's five-star Macbeth returns to the subterranean splendour of Poole's Cavern in Buxton, Derbyshire, next month for two nights only. Both performances will take place on promenade through the cavern, so audience members are advised to wear warm clothing and appropriate footwear. Running time approx. 2 hours.Company 1623 Theatre Company.
|30 May 08 to 31 May 08||General, Buxton :: V01581920941|
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T1019632153 (CLWYD08)Corporate Sponsor Warwick International Group. Producer Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Director Terry Hands. Design Timothy O'Brien. Music Colin Towns. Lighting Terry Hands. Sound Matthew Williams. Director Renny Krupinsky (fights). Director Katie MfcAleese (assistant). Performer Vivien Parry. Performer Owen Teale (Macbeth). Performer Catrin Aaron. Performer Simon Armstrong. Performer John Atterbury. Performer Nicholas Beveney. Performer Bradley Freegard. Performer James Ellis. Performer Rupert Hands. Performer Jenny Livsey. Performer Simon Nehan. Performer Robert J Page. Performer Francdois Pandolfo. Performer Victoria Pugh. Performer Joshua Richards. Performer Oliver Ryan. Performer Richard Shackley.
|1 May 08 to 24 May 08||Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810|
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T1544951057 (STAG08)Company STaG.
|22 May 08 to 24 May 08||Gilmorehill G12, Glasgow :: V1423875763|
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T399981021 (BRENTWOOD08)Company Artisans Drama Society.
|27 Mar 08 to 29 Mar 08||Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024|
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T123809430 (NUFFIELD07)Company Nuffield Youth Theatre.
|17 Jan 08 to 19 Jan 08||NST Campus, Southampton :: V776|
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T1315720542 (MINERVA07)Supported by the Macbeth Commissioning Circle.Corporate Sponsor John Wiley & Sons (Chicheater). Producer Duncan C Weldon (London). Producer Paul Elliott (London - for Triumph Entertainment Ltd). Director Rupert Goold. Design Anthony Ward. Lighting Howard Harrison. Music Adam Cork. Sound Adam Cork. Performer Patrick Stewart (Macbeth). Performer Scott Handy (Malcolm). Performer Ben Carpenter (Donalbain). Performer Paul Shelley (Duncan). Performer Martin Turner (Banquo). Performer Michael Feast (Macduff). Performer Mark Rawlings (Lennox). Performer TimTreloar (Ross). Performer Bill Nash (Angus). Performer Christopher Knott (Old Seyward). Performer Christopher Patrick Nolan (Seyton). Performer Hywel John (Bloody Captain). Performer Kate Fleetwood (Lady Macbeth). Performer Suzanne Burden (Lady Macduff). Performer Polly Frame. Performer Niamh McGrady (Witch). Performer Laura Rees (Witch). Performer Sophie Hunter (Witch). Performer Oliver Birch (Witch - Chichester).
|24 Sep 07 to 1 Dec 07||Gielgud Theatre, West End :: V395|
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|25 May 07 to 1 Sep 07||Minerva Theatre, Chichester :: V1310317653|
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T29614262 (PENTA07)New adaptation.Director Mark Terry.
|23 Oct 07 to 11 Nov 07||Pentameters, Inner London :: V217|
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Kill Bill Shakespeare - T01968554330OK...so what if Tarantino had written Macbeth? An irreverent and highly imaginative take on Shakespeare’s blood soaked tale of murder, lust and quest for power. Underscored by a highly charged modern soundtrack, cinematic form and theatrical convention this combination creates a production that is fast, furious, comic and provocative... Suitable for 12 years and over. UK PremiereProducer South Hill Park. Company Wales Theatre Company. Director Malachi Bogdanov.
|17 Oct 07 to 20 Oct 07||Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764|
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|1 Oct 07 to 3 Oct 07||MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642|
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|19 Sep 07 to 22 Sep 07||South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731|
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T01873285304 (TNT05/07)Company TNT Music Theatre.
|12 Oct 07||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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|2 Nov 05 to 3 Nov 05||The Rondo, Bath :: V855|
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|14 Oct 05||Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226|
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|13 Oct 05||The Old Laundry Theatre, Bowness-on-Windermere :: V191|
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T0752998003 (ROYALSH07)Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Conall Morrison. Design Tom Piper. Costume Joan O'Clery. Lighting Ben Ormerod. Music Conor Linehan. Performer Derbhle Crotty. Performer Sean Kearns. Performer Patrick O'Kane. Performer David Troughton. Performer Jude Akuwudike. Performer Brian Doherty. Performer Richard Atwill. Performer Thane Bettany. Performer Sam Cox. Performer Ryan Gage. Performer Emmanuel Ighodara. Performer Jason Nwoga. Performer Mark Theodore. Performer Joel Trill. Performer Mojisola Adebayo. Performer Frances Ashman. Performer Pauline Hutton. Performer Sarah Malin.
|3 Sep 07 to 15 Sep 07||Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568|
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|11 Apr 07 to 21 Jul 07||Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136|
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T01227902666 (REGENTS07)Producer Open Air Theatre Regent's Park. Director Edward Kemp. Performer Sarah Woodward (Lady Macbeth). Performer Antony Byrne (Macbeth). Performer Peter Duncan (Macduff). Performer Mark Meadows (Banquo).
|28 May 07 to 16 Aug 07||Open Air Theatre, West End :: V403|
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T0145740032 (NORTHCOTT07)Company Northcott Theatre Company. Director Ben Crocker. Design Philip Witcomb. Lighting Russell Payne. Musical Director Thoma Johnson. Performer John Killoran. Performer William Oxborrow. Performer John O'Mahoney. Performer Jayne McKenna.
|13 Jul 07 to 11 Aug 07||Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886|
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T0866614072 (DANCING07)Company Dancing Shadows Theatre Company. Director Samuel Miller.
|15 May 07 to 3 Jun 07||Pleasance, Inner London :: V276|
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T690442083 (BUXTONOP07)Company Pals Productions.
|28 May 07 to 29 May 07||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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T02040010313 (WYP07)Corporate Sponsor Bruntwood. Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Director Ian Brown. Design Ruari Murchison. Lighting Guy Hoare. Sound Mic Pool. Performer David Westhead (Macbeth). Performer Michelle Fairley (Lady Macbeth). Performer Matthew Flynn (Banquo). Performer Anthony Byrne (Macduff). Performer Phil Cheadle (Malcolm). Performer Andy Hockley (Duncan). Performer Daniel Abelson (Witch). Performer Shane Zaza (Witch). Performer Frances Albery (Witch). Performer James Staddon (Ross). Performer Christian Bradley (Lennox). Performer Alex Waldmann (Donaldbain).
|23 Feb 07 to 24 Mar 07||Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977|
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T02072679595 (NORTHERN07)Company Newcastle University Theatre Society.
|13 Mar 07 to 14 Mar 07||Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568|
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T02147201567 (COMPLETE07)Work in ProgressCompany Teatr Piesn Kozla (Song of the Goat Theatre). Director Grzegorz Bral.
|21 Feb 07 to 24 Feb 07||Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136|
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The Prologue - T0752419684Created in 2004, in the immediate aftermath of the Orange Revolution in the Ukraine, this production explores corruption and the seizing of power by foul means. Live Ukrainian music by the extraordinary DakhaBrakha Ethno-Cjaps Band accompanies a mesmerising performance. The essence of the Macbeth story is presented in ritualised form by actors wearing an eclectic mix of traditional clothing and masks. Sensual and exotic, the production unfolds against a kaleidoscopic backdrop of richly coloured carpets.Producer BITE07. Producer Dakh Centre (for Contemporary Arts). Director Vladislav Troitsky. Lighting Natalka Perchishena. Sound Anatolyi Soroka. Performer Marko Halanevich. Performer Natalka Halanevich. Performer Nina Garenetska. Performer Olexandra Garbuzova. Performer Iryna Kovalenko. Performer Olena Tsybulska. Performer Kateryna Vyshneva. Performer Dmytro Yaroshenko. Performer Volodymyr Minenko. Performer Ihor Postolov. Performer Solomiya Melnyl. Performer Viktoriia Lytvynenko. Performer Roman Yasinovskyi. Performer Nataliya Zozul. Performer Ruslana Zhazipova.
|31 Jan 07 to 10 Feb 07||The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372|
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T0956428215 (LUNCH07)Running time 45 minsProducer Lunchbox Productions. Director Joanna Turner. Lighting Kelli Marston. Sound Claire Docherty. Director Roger Bartlett (fight). Performer Alan J Mirren. Performer Adele Lynch. Performer James Alex Hutchinson. Performer David Zezulka. Performer Phillip Keiman. Performer Philip Hayden. Performer Andrew Mathys. Performer Fiona Knight. Performer Jenny Harrold. Performer Gemma Rooke.
|9 Jan 07 to 19 Jan 07||Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171|
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T495322758 (TROIKA06/2)Company Troika Productions. Producer Margaret Griffiths. Director Mhairi Grealis. Design Liam Shea.
|13 Nov 06 to 25 Nov 06||New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341|
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T3159829 (LONGOVER06)Following hot on the heels of its modern interpretation of Romeo & Juliet, The Long Overdue Theatre Company has turned to the dark side with this dramatic and vicious production of Macbeth. With 38 characters, seven actors, Oriental dragon dancing, Balinese masks, blood, battles and black-magic TLOTC is pushing to the limit its trademark high energy performance style. Macbeth's original rock underscore and state of the art lighting design has been updated to give the production a cinematic quality that powerfully rams home the horror of Shakespeare's classic tale of lust and violence.Company Long Overdue Theatre Company.
|16 Nov 06 to 17 Nov 06||De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651|
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|13 Nov 06 to 14 Nov 06||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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|7 Nov 06 to 9 Nov 06||Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160|
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|19 Sep 06 to 20 Sep 06||The Customs House, South Shields :: V575|
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T01576298433 (HULLTRUCK06)Company Hull Truck. Adapted by Gareth Tudor Price. Director Gareth Tudor Price. Design Richard Foxton. Costume Richard Foxton. Lighting Graham Kirk. Performer Fiona Wass. Performer James Weaver. Performer Matthew Parish. Performer Robert Hudson. Performer Fidel Nanton. Performer David Barrass. Performer James Thorne.
|12 Oct 06 to 4 Nov 06||Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935|
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T0958807876 (SPLICE06)Producer Splice Productions. Producer Bristol Old Vic. Adapted by Robert Gwilym. Adapted by Katharine Rogers. Director Robert Gwilym. Director Katharine Rogers. Design Libby Watson. Lighting Tim Streader. Sound Jason Barnes. Performer Robert Gwilym (Macbeth). Performer Katharine Rogers (Lady Macbeth). Performer Calum Anderson. Performer Karina Fernandez. Performer Gus Gallagher. Performer Robert Gwilym. Performer Christian Rodska.
|5 Oct 06 to 28 Oct 06||Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857|
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T1803996809 (GUILDHALL06)Workshop productionCompany Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Director Brigid Larmour.
|17 Oct 06 to 21 Oct 06||Bridewell Theatre, Inner London :: V171|
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T713481194 (LONG03/06)Macbeth as you've never seen it before - 38 characters, 7 actors, 2 oriental dragons, 1 zulu war dace, Balinese masks, Aboriginal mysticism, Celtic influences!Company The Long Overdue Theatre Company.
|18 Sep 06||Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424|
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|9 Feb 04 to 11 Feb 04||Thameside Theatre, Grays :: V39|
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|22 Oct 03 to 24 Oct 03||Draiocht, Blanchardstown :: V1786485026|
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|13 Feb 03 to 14 Feb 03||Hafren (formerly Theatre Hafren), Newtown :: V852|
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|6 Feb 03 to 7 Feb 03||Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833|
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T1638241869 (CREATION06)WebsiteCompany Creation Theatre Company. Director Gareth Machin. Design Cleo Pettitt. Costume Mia Flodquist. Design Rebecca Lee (assistant). Music Russell Hepplewhite. Sound Matt Eaton. Director Phillip D'Orleans (fight). Choreographer Jonny Hoskins. Performer Seamus Allen (Ross). Performer Scott Brookbank (Malcolm/Murderer 1). Performer Angus Brown (Macduff/3rd Witch/Murderer 2). Performer Richard Evans (Duncan/Porter/Doctor). Performer Jennifer Matter (Lady Macduff/2nd Witch/Gentlewoman). Performer Eleanor Montgomery (Lady Macbeth/2nd Witch). Performer Tom Peters (Macbeth). Performer Martin Pirongs (Banquo/Captain/Seyton). Performer Sebastian Heffer (Fleance/Macduff's Son). Performer Thomas Self (Fleance/Macduff's Son). Performer Gerard Smith (Fleance/Macduff's Son). Performer Guy Mott (understudy). Performer Laura Murray (understudy).
|2 Jun 06 to 9 Sep 06||General, Oxford :: V1095|
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T0785632969 (MINACK06)Company Mad Dogs and Englishmen.
|4 Sep 06 to 8 Sep 06||Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872|
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T070708742 (TWISTED06)Company Twisted Elbow.
|31 Aug 06 to 1 Sep 06||Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524|
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|12 Aug 06||The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263|
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|7 Aug 06 to 11 Aug 06||The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059|
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|3 Aug 06||Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813|
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|24 Jul 06 to 25 Jul 06||The Castle, Wellingborough :: V465|
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|23 Jul 06||Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham :: V89|
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|16 Jul 06||Stratford Arts House (formerly Civic Hall), Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V1022|
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|15 Jul 06||Peterborough Theatre (formerly Broadway Theatre), Peterborough :: V0379499193|
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T01196805959 (OXFORD06)All male cast.Company Oxford Shakespeare Company. Director Chris Pickles. Costume Paul Knight. Music Paul Knight.
|8 Aug 06 to 19 Aug 06||Lincoln's Inn, Inner London :: V1404|
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|4 Aug 06 to 7 Aug 06||Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court :: V0613500332|
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T0826560860 (PROS06)Company Proscenium.
|14 Jun 06 to 17 Jun 06||Harrow Arts Centre, Outer London :: V310|
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T564419848 (KANGEROO06)Company Kangaroo Court.
|19 Apr 06||The Hexagon, Reading :: V734|
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T010677217 (QUEENS06)Producer Queen' Theatre Hornchurch. Company Cut to the Chase. Director Bob Carlton. Music Velvet Underground. Director Carol Sloman (music). Design Rodney Ford. Lighting Matt Eagland. Director Malcolm Ranson (fight). Performer Anthony Hunt (Macbeth). Performer Allison Harding (Lady Macbeth). Performer Kevin Pallister (MacDuff). Performer Neil Boorman. Performer Ed Bruggemeyer. Performer Nick Lashbrook. Performer Emily Parker. Performer Philip Reed. Performer Naomi Lee Schulke.
|17 Mar 06 to 8 Apr 06||Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41|
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T762323792 (THEATRO06)Company Community20 Theatre Company. Director Tarek Iskander. Performer Stephen Eliot McDonald (Macbeth). Performer Cecilia Colby (Lady Macbeth). Performer Guy Moore (Macduff). Performer Nathalie Pownall (witches).
|21 Feb 06 to 18 Mar 06||Theatro Technis, Inner London :: V248|
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T0379541992 (TROIKA06)Company Troika Productions. Producer Margaret Griffiths. Director Stephen Barnes.
|20 Feb 06 to 21 Feb 06||The Core (formerly the Library Theatre Arts Complex), Solihull :: V157|
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|8 Feb 06 to 9 Feb 06||General, General :: V1398193254|
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|31 Jan 06 to 4 Feb 06||Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144|
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T833705821 (SOUTHWARKPL06)Performed by a company of seven actors, this new performance, with live original music, has been created as part of Southwark Playhouse’s SHAKESPEARE FOR SCHOOLS programme. A MACBETH ideal for young people, new to Shakespeare, and for those fascinated by this classic tale of revenge and retribution. Running Time: 90 Minutes approx.Producer Southwark Playhouse. Director Andy Brereton. Music Janie Amour. Performer Christopher Bowen (Macbeth). Performer Sarah Groarke (Lady Macbeth). Performer Ryan Coath. Performer Andy Crabb. Performer Justin McCarron. Performer Louise Shuttleworth. Performer Katherine Toy.
|24 Jan 06 to 11 Feb 06||Southwark Playhouse, Inner London :: V226|
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T1064858953 (BURTON05)Company Tomahawk.
|13 Dec 05 to 17 Dec 05||Burton Taylor Theatre, Oxford :: V799|
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T1348701841 (BABEL04/05)Running time 1 hour 30 minsCompany Theatre Babel. Director Graham McLaren. Design Graham McLaren.
|22 Nov 05 to 23 Nov 05||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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|15 Nov 05 to 19 Nov 05||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
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|8 Nov 05 to 12 Nov 05||Gala Theatre, Durham :: V0146218420|
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|6 Oct 05 to 22 Oct 05||Perth Theatre, Perth :: V637|
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|28 Sep 04 to 2 Oct 04||Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156|
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|22 Sep 04 to 25 Sep 04||Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623|
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|8 Sep 04 to 11 Sep 04||His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen :: V585|
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T0963992078 (REB05)A timeless sexy spin on the story set in a haunting location.Company Rebellious Subjects Theatre Company.
|11 Nov 05 to 13 Nov 05||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T1874912783 (TOUR05)In his shortest, most popular tragedy, Shakespeare evokes a country torn apart by civil war, traumatised by complete breakdown of law and order. And power is up for grabs. Into this chaos steps Macbeth, a military hero, spurred on by his ambitious wife - and a dangerous fascination with witchcraft. Each new morn new widows howl, new orphans cry? Stands Scotland where it did? Transforming unexpected spaces, Out of Joint’s 10th Anniversary production looks at an unstable state, ‘where to do harm is often laudable,’ and where brutality envelops young and old.Company Out of Joint. Director Max Stafford Clark. Design Es Devlin. Lighting Johanna Town. Sound Gareth Fry. Director Felix Cross (music). Performer Danny Sapani (Macbeth). Performer Kwaku Ankomah. Performer Raquel Cassidy. Performer Babou Ceesay. Performer Sidney Cole. Performer Dave Fishley. Performer Adura Onashile. Performer Ben Onwukwe. Performer Patrick Robinson. Performer Chris Ryman. Performer Susan Salmon.
|2 Nov 05 to 6 Nov 05||Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76|
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|26 Oct 05 to 30 Oct 05||Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V605|
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|1 Sep 05 to 10 Sep 05||Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940|
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T952411722 (ALMEIDA05)Stephen Dillane's solo interpretationProducer Center for New Theatre at CalArts. Design Christopher Barreca. Costume Ellen McCartney. Lighting Benoit Beauchampt. Performer Stephen Dillane. Performer Jeremy Drake (musician). Performer Harris Eisenstadt (musician). Performer Vinny Golia (musician).
|26 Oct 05 to 5 Nov 05||Almeida Theatre, West End :: V166|
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T0915410566 (LEICHAY05)Shakespeare's infamous thriller of murder, mayhem and revenge. In this startling new production YOU are at the heart of the action, onstage, close up and dangerous.Producer Leicester Haymarket Theatre. Director Paul Kerryson. Performer Sasha Behar (Lady Macbeth). Performer Craig Conway (Macbeth). Performer Gary Pillai (Duncan/Lennox). Performer John Lloyd Fillingham (Banquo/Doctor). Performer Joseph Chance (Malcolm/Porter/Lady Macduff/Witch 3). Performer Adrian Irvine (Macduff/Witch 2). Performer Frank Owen (Ross/Witch 1).
|6 Oct 05 to 28 Oct 05||Haymarket Theatre, Leicester :: V431|
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T1886395453 (DERBYPLAY05)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). Performer Brian Protheroe (Macbeth). Performer Aoife McMahon (Lady Macbeth). Performer Glenn Carter (Macduff). Performer Alastair Cording (Seyton). Performer Iain Davey (Malcolm/Murderer). Performer Carl Ferguson (Lennox). Performer Stephen Finegold (Banquo). Performer Kenneth Gilbert (Duncan/Old Siward). Performer Michael Kirk (Angus/1st Murderer). Performer Craig Purnell (Ross/Porter). Performer Liz Schwarz (2nd Witch/Lady Macduff). Performer Bethany Sheldon (3rd Witch/Gentlewoman). Performer Genevieve Walsh (1st Witch/Doctor/Murderer). Performer Abby Jade Sherriff (daughter of Macduff - some dates). Performer Hope Yeomans (daughter of Macduff - some dates). Performer Jordan Michael Keen (son of Macduff - some dates). Performer Joe Daunt (son of Macduff - some dates). Performer Jasper Hardcastle (Fleance - some dates). Performer Geoffrey Mullen (Fleance - some dates). Performer Jake David Keen (Donalblain). Performer Oliver James Tunstall (Young Siward).
|24 Sep 05 to 22 Oct 05||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
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T0275728712 (UNITY05)Hope Street Physical Theatre take a new look at this fantastical play of the human psyche to present a visual and physical piece of theatre that pulls no punches, tracing Macbeth's emotional and desperate journey as he is haunted by the witches. Director Tanushka Marah uses Shakespeare's text randomly to discover a dreamscape, which delves into the complexity of the human spirit.Company Hope Street Physical Theatre. Director Tanushka Marah.
|14 Oct 05 to 15 Oct 05||Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539|
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T01221644137 (BYRE05)Company Madras College Quad Theatre.
|26 Sep 05 to 28 Sep 05||Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640|
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T1286277629 (SHERMAN05)Company Sherman Summer Youth Theatre.
|15 Sep 05 to 17 Sep 05||Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824|
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T1445194825 (TRNOTT05)Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company.
|31 Aug 05 to 2 Sep 05||Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462|
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|15 Aug 05||Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878|
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T1129228212 (OXFORD05)All male cast.Company Oxford Shakespeare Company. Director Chris Pickles.
|20 Aug 05 to 28 Aug 05||Kew Gardens, Outer London :: V484230323|
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|4 Jul 05 to 19 Aug 05||Wadham College, Oxford :: V804|
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T1185597610 (ANVIL05)Producer Anvil Productions (in association with PROPS Theatre School).
|6 Aug 05||Canolfan Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead :: V068529436|
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T1484166902 (RNT05)Stilt-dancing pyrotechnics and Shakespeare.
|6 Aug 05||Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373|
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T01467581122 (BRACKNELL05)Staged in South Hill Park's magnificent grounds.Director Richard Kingdom.
|21 Jul 05 to 30 Jul 05||South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731|
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T01697494207 (SHEFFIELD05)Company Arbourthorne Primary School.
|15 Jul 05||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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T1286686177 (3HIRD05)3hird Wheel present a unique adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic tale of treason, black magic and betrayal. See what happens when an everyday tragic hero decides to pack it all in to do some really, really bad things. Fuelled with dark humour, this performance takes the basic elements of Shakespeare’s text and marries it with a frenetic physical style as three actors take on the entire cast of characters. Macbeth was a really great guy until he decided to kill the King. So what could have possibly driven such a decent man to murder? Can it really just have been his ambition? Is it anything to do with the witches who are hiding in the dustbin? Ideal for those who enjoy a contemporary twist on traditional text and a perfect opportunity for those studying Macbeth at school to see it delivered in a memorable, accessible and interesting fashion.Company 3hird Wheel Theatre Company.
|7 Jul 05||The Library Theatre, Luton :: V02027386231|
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T022340938 (CENTRAL05)Company Central School of Speech and Drama. Director Rob Clare.
|22 Jun 05||Embassy Theatre, Inner London :: V284|
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T01082855861 (PHOENIX05)Company Phoenix Players.
|20 May 05 to 28 May 05||Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147|
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T01975244357 (STALBAN05)Company Charterhouse Theatre.
|21 May 05||Alban Arena, St Albans :: V51|
listing details L01543729438
|13 May 05||Burnley Mechanics, Burnley :: V519|
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T1906495977 (CHAPTER05)Company Chapterhouse Theatre Company.
|17 May 05 to 18 May 05||Grand Theatre, Lancaster :: V521|
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|3 May 05 to 4 May 05||Theatre Royal, Margate :: V685|
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T01673961424 (TRYORK05)Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Damian Cruden. Performer Terence Maynard. Performer Barbara Marten.
|28 Feb 05 to 19 Mar 05||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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T01182687863 (ALMEIDA05)Director John Caird. Design Christopher Oram. Costume Christopher Oram. Lighting Neil Austin. Sound John Leonard. Performer Simon Russell Beale (Macbeth). Performer Emma Fielding (Lady Macbeth). Performer Tom Burke (Malcolm). Performer Paul Higgins (Macduff). Performer Paul Ritter (Ross). Performer John Rogan (Porter/Doctor). Performer Hilary Sesta (Witch). Performer Jane Thorne (Witch). Performer Janet Whiteside (Witch).
|13 Jan 05 to 5 Mar 05||Almeida Theatre, West End :: V166|
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T858346614 (NEWRSC04)Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Dominic Cooke. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Costume Tania Spooner. Lighting Peter Mumford. Music Gary Yershon. Sound Andrea J Cox. Director Terry King (fight). Choreographer Liz Ranken. Other Lyn Darnley (voice work). Performer Greg Hicks (Macbeth). Performer Sian Thomas (Lady Macbeth).
|10 Feb 05 to 5 Mar 05||Noel Coward Theatre, West End :: V380|
listing details L01873514226
|9 Nov 04 to 13 Nov 04||Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570|
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T1232509398 (PEGASUS05)Company Oxford School of Drama. Director George Peck. Design Ruth Paton.
|9 Feb 05 to 12 Feb 05||Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801|
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T01844296320 (WILTON05)In his shortest, most popular tragedy, Shakespeare evokes a country torn apart by civil war, traumatised by complete breakdown of law and order. And power is up for grabs. Into this chaos steps Macbeth, a military hero, spurred on by his ambitious wife - and a dangerous fascination with witchcraft. Each new morn new widows howl, new orphans cry? Stands Scotland where it did? Transforming unexpected spaces, Out of Joint’s 10th Anniversary production looks at an unstable state, ‘where to do harm is often laudable,’ and where brutality envelops young and old.Company Out of Joint. Director Max Stafford Clark. Design Es Devlin. Lighting Johanna Town. Sound Gareth Fry. Director Felix Cross (music). Performer Danny Sapani (Macbeth). Performer Monica Dolan (Lady Macbeth).
|6 Jan 05 to 5 Feb 05||Wilton's Music Hall, Inner London :: V1165|
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T502346024 (SUDS04)Company Sussex University Drama Society (Suds).
|24 Nov 04 to 27 Nov 04||Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653|
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T01899983279 (ITHAKA04)Set in the high-tech and high-finance world of 2004, Ithaka Theatre's Macbeth promises to be a rollercoaster ride of the unparalleled lust for power.Company Ithaka Theatre.
|22 Nov 04 to 23 Nov 04||New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119|
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|16 Nov 04||The Met, Bury :: V476|
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|10 Nov 04 to 13 Nov 04||Forum Studio Theatre (formerly the Chester Gateway), Chester :: V468|
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|26 Oct 04 to 30 Oct 04||Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497|
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T1002475105 (BOLTONOCT04)In his shortest, most popular tragedy, Shakespeare evokes a country torn apart by civil war, traumatised by complete breakdown of law and order. And power is up for grabs. Into this chaos steps Macbeth, a military hero, spurred on by his ambitious wife - and a dangerous fascination with witchcraft. Each new morn new widows howl, new orphans cry? Stands Scotland where it did? Transforming unexpected spaces, Out of Joint’s 10th Anniversary production looks at an unstable state, ‘where to do harm is often laudable,’ and where brutality envelops young and old.Company Out of Joint. Director Max Stafford Clark. Design Es Devlin. Lighting Johanna Town. Sound Gareth Fry. Director Felix Cross (music). Performer Jotham Amman. Performer Kwaku Ankomah. Performer Nicola Charles. Performer Sidney Cole. Performer Monica Dolan. Performer Chris Ryman. Performer Danny Sapani.
|9 Nov 04 to 13 Nov 04||Library Theatre, Manchester :: V487|
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|12 Oct 04 to 6 Nov 04||Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940|
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|8 Oct 04 to 9 Oct 04||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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|5 Oct 04 to 6 Oct 04||Theatr Brycheiniog (Brecon Theatre), Brecon :: V1067|
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|28 Sep 04 to 2 Oct 04||Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480|
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|21 Sep 04 to 25 Sep 04||The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803|
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|10 Sep 04 to 18 Sep 04||Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972|
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T75130305 (NEWWOLSEY04)Producer New Wolsey. Director Mary Swan.
|9 Nov 04 to 13 Nov 04||New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81|
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T0121275821 (TOBACCO04)Producer Tobacco Factory. Corporate Sponsor Teoh's Oriental Bistro. Producer Stage Electrics. Director Andrew Hilton. Performer Gyuri Sarossy (Macbeth). Performer Zoe Aldrich (Lady Macbeth).
|23 Sep 04 to 23 Oct 04||The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372|
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|5 Feb 04 to 22 Apr 04||The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886|
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T01416334825 (RSC04)Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Dominic Cooke. Design Robert Innes Hopkins. Costume Tania Spooner. Lighting Peter Mumford. Music Gary Yershon. Director Terry King (fight). Choreographer Liz Ranken. Other Lyn Darnley (voice work). Performer Greg Hicks (Macbeth). Performer Sian Thomas (Lady Macbeth). Performer Pal Aron (Malcolm). Performer Richard Cordery (Duncan). Performer Forbes Masson (Porter). Performer Clive Wood (Macduff). Performer Louis Hilyer (Banquo). Performer Ian Drysdale (Murderer). Performer Sean Hannaway (Murderer). Performer Michael G Jones (Old Man/Doctor). Performer John Killoran (Seyton). Performer John Mackay (Ross). Performer Neil Madden (Donalbain). Performer Jack Whitam (Lennox). Performer Louise Bangay (Witch). Performer Meg Fraser (Witch). Performer Ruth Gemmell (Lady Macduff).
|6 Mar 04 to 9 Oct 04||Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135|
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T194217016 (EXTRAS04)Company The Extras.
|30 Sep 04 to 2 Oct 04||The Abbey Theatre, Dublin :: V01247620447|
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T0142516825 (DUNDEEREP04)Producer Dundee Rep.
|4 Sep 04 to 25 Sep 04||Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596|
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T0410594647 (HEART04)Company Heartbreak Productions.
|15 Jul 04||Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham :: V89|
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T01628635614 (3HIRD03)3hird Wheel bring a unique adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic tale to Prema - a tale of treason, black magic and betrayal. See what happens when an everyday tragic hero decides to pack it all in to do some really, really bad things. Fuelled with dark humour, this performance takes the basic elements of Shakespeare’s text and marries it with a frenetic physical style as three actors take on the entire cast of characters. Macbeth was a really great guy until he decided to kill the King. So what could have possibly driven such a decent man to murder? Can it really just have been his ambition? Is it anything to do with the witches who are hiding in the dustbin? Ideal for those who enjoy a contemporary twist on traditional text and a perfect opportunity for those studying Macbeth at school to see it delivered in a memorable, accessible and interesting fashion.Company 3hird Wheel.
|12 Jul 04||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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|27 Feb 04||Prema Arts Centre, Dursley :: V100|
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|29 Sep 03 to 30 Sep 03||Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160|
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T0462597333 (ADHOC04)Company Ad Hoc.
|23 Apr 04 to 24 Apr 04||Barbican Theatre, Plymouth :: V894|
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T0845406663 (MIDLANDS04)Company Midland Actors Theatre.
|22 Apr 04||Darwen Library Theatre, Darwen :: V1588247755|
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T650558278 (MERCURY04)Producer Mercury Theatre. Director Craig Bacon. Design Sara Perks. Performer Christine Absalom. Performer Ignatius Anthony. Performer Katharine Barker. Performer Roger Delves-Broughton. Performer Tim Freeman. Performer Victor Gardener. Performer Justin Grattan. Performer Toby Longworth. Performer Timothy Mitchell. Performer Shuna Snow. Performer Katy Stephens.
|18 Mar 04 to 3 Apr 04||Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37|
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Shakespeare 4 Kidz Macbeth - T1758644204WebsiteCompany Shakespeare4Kidz. Adapted by Julian Chenery. Adapted by Matt Gimblett.
|2 Apr 04||Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21|
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|31 Mar 04||Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537|
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|30 Mar 04||Gala Theatre, Durham :: V0146218420|
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|29 Mar 04||Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V571|
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|26 Mar 04||City Hall, Sheffield :: V508532552|
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|24 Mar 04||Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979|
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|23 Mar 04||The Spa Theatre, Bridlington :: V932|
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|22 Mar 04||Grand Opera House, York :: V957|
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|19 Mar 04||The Orchard, Dartford :: V677|
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|18 Mar 04||New Theatre, Oxford :: V802|
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|17 Mar 04||Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754|
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|15 Mar 04||Capitol Horsham (formerly Horsham Arts Centre), Horsham :: V723|
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|11 Mar 04||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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|10 Mar 04||Venue Cymru (formerly - North Wales Theatre), Llandudno :: V848|
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|8 Mar 04||Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831|
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|5 Mar 04||The Spotlight (formerly Broxbourne Civic Hall), Hoddesdon :: V47|
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|4 Mar 04||Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage :: V53|
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|3 Mar 04||Assembly Rooms, Derby :: V427|
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|1 Mar 04 to 2 Mar 04||Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449|
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|27 Feb 04||O2 Guildhall Southampton, Southampton :: V777|
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|26 Feb 04||Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327|
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|25 Feb 04||Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919|
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|23 Feb 04||The Playhouse, Weston-Super-Mare :: V865|
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|13 Feb 04||Pavilions, Plymouth :: V896|
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|10 Feb 04||Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883|
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|9 Feb 04||Hall for Cornwall, Truro :: V1183|
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|6 Feb 04||The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314|
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|5 Feb 04||Beck Theatre, Outer London :: V296|
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|2 Feb 04||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
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|29 Jan 04||De Montfort Hall, Leicester :: V430|
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|28 Jan 04||Alive Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn :: V68|
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|26 Jan 04||Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688|
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|22 Jan 04||Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934|
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|21 Jan 04||The Auditorium, Grimsby :: V938|
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|20 Jan 04||Assembly Rooms, Derby :: V427|
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|19 Jan 04||Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea :: V42|
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|20 Nov 03||Fairfield Hall, Outer London :: V295|
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|19 Nov 03||Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham :: V140|
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|17 Nov 03||Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442|
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|13 Nov 03 to 14 Nov 03||Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V161|
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|12 Nov 03||Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent :: V169339333|
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|10 Nov 03||Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928|
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|6 Nov 03||Empire Theatre, Sunderland :: V577|
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|5 Nov 03||Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969|
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|4 Nov 03||Embassy Centre, Skegness :: V445|
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|3 Nov 03||Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72|
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|23 Oct 03||Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe :: V78|
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|23 Oct 03||Pavilion Theatre, Worthing :: V726|
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|20 Oct 03||Camberley Theatre (previously Artslink), Camberley :: V698|
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|16 Oct 03 to 17 Oct 03||Dorking Halls, Dorking :: V1030|
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|14 Oct 03||Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe :: V78|
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|13 Oct 03||White Rock Theatre, Hastings :: V670|
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|8 Oct 03 to 9 Oct 03||The Radlett Centre, Radlett :: V1098|
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|6 Oct 03||The Woodville Halls Theatre, Gravesend :: V681|
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|3 Oct 03||Sands Centre, Carlisle :: V2|
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|1 Oct 03||Civic Theatre, Leeds :: V974|
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|22 Sep 03 to 24 Sep 03||Middlesbrough Theatre, Middlesbrough :: V0895700786|
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|18 Sep 03||Tameside Hippodrome, Ashton-under-Lyne :: V478|
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|15 Sep 03 to 16 Sep 03||Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524|
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|8 Sep 03 to 12 Sep 03||Palace Theatre, Mansfield :: V453|
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|27 Mar 03||Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979|
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|26 Mar 03||Venue Cymru (formerly - North Wales Theatre), Llandudno :: V848|
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|24 Mar 03||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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|20 Mar 03||The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314|
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|17 Mar 03||Exmouth Pavilion, Exmouth :: V1759026987|
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|6 Mar 03||Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham :: V140|
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|27 Feb 03||The Helix, Dublin :: V842266537|
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|7 Feb 03||White Rock Theatre, Hastings :: V670|
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|22 Jan 03 to 23 Jan 03||Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934|
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T1032841297 (KITCHEN04)Producer Deirdre Whelan. Company Kitchen Skink. Director Laura Dunton Clarke. Lighting Robert Gooch.
|25 Feb 04 to 14 Mar 04||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T0390184577 (GATEWAY04)Company Gateway Theatre. Director Mark Oldknow. Performer Jenny Quille. Performer Hannah Birkin. Performer Nathan Clough. Performer Clare Matthews. Performer Kyle Phillip. Performer Emily Rothon. Performer Aubrey Wakefield.
|11 Feb 04 to 6 Mar 04||The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314|
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T1938064047 (TORCH03)Company Torch Youth Theatre. Director Andy Greenhouse.
|27 Feb 04 to 28 Feb 04||Torch Theatre, Milford Haven :: V820|
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T0410147592 (LOST03)Company Lost Theatre Company.
|10 Dec 03 to 13 Dec 03||Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326|
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T100608032 (NORTHCOTT03)Company ND Performing Arts 2nd Year.
|4 Dec 03 to 5 Dec 03||Northbrook Theatre, Worthing :: V727|
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T1707521679 (STAFFS03)Producer Stafford Festival Shakespeare. Director Peter Dayson. Design John Brooking. Lighting Kevin Miles. Costume Stephen Freeman. Costume Hilary Weaver. Costume John Brooking. Sound Matthew Glass. Performer Glynis Barber. Performer Russell Boulter. Performer Mark Homer. Performer Kenneth Gilbert. Performer Joseph Rye. Performer Stephen Witney. Performer Paul Kavanagh. Performer Catherine Carter. Performer Ceri Ann Gregory. Performer Emma Christer. Performer Joanne Dockery. Performer Nicholas Earnshaw. Performer Matthew Thomas. Performer Alan Hodgkinson. Performer Michael Kelly. Performer Nick Humphreys. Performer Tobin Webb. Performer Samuel Turner. Performer Henry Wilson. Performer Richard Perry. Performer Nicholas Earnshaw. Performer Dominic Allen.
|26 Jun 03 to 12 Jul 03||General, General :: V0983839876|
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T072165344 (SOMER03)Company Somerset College.
|23 Jun 03 to 25 Jun 03||Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton :: V01603938282|
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T0133863150 (APEAK03)Company Speakeasy Theatre Company. Company Act Up!.
|14 Jun 03||Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432|
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T553045847 (WILDCARD03)Presented as a Victorian extravaganza with an all male cast this production is an innovative new take on a much loved classic. Original music by Tara Hendry.Company Wildcard Theatre Company. Adapted by Andrew Potter. Director Andrew Potter.
|24 May 03||Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant :: V757|
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|21 May 03||Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton :: V795|
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|13 May 03 to 14 May 03||South Street Arts Centre, Reading :: V736|
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|2 May 03||Centre Theatre, Bourne End :: V1013|
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T0283208525 (WICKHAM03)This new adaptation evokes an adrenalin-fuelled, stark, dark and gripping world manipulated by magic, evil, and the sword. Tin Pot are a Bristol based company recently formed by two Drama Department graduates. Fresh from the QEH and Old Vic Basement, their productions are becoming renowned for their fast pace and innovative staging.
|22 May 03 to 23 May 03||Wickham Theatre, Bristol :: V188|
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T0617605370 (SHINST03)Company Carambra Theatre Company. Director Tim Guest. Costume Kate Taylor. Music Andrew Holtom. Other Phil Sensicle (Stage Manager). Performer Tim Guest (Macbeth). Performer Kelley Costigan (Lady Macbeth). Performer Richard Collett (Banquo). Performer Peter Cubitt (Macduff). Performer Brian Manville (Duncan). Performer Marcus Whall (Malcolm). Performer Nick Walton (Porter). Performer Stuart Lawson (Ross). Performer Sue Davison (1 Witch/Lady Macduff/Gentlewoman). Performer Kate Taylor (3 Witch). Performer Andy Pimm (Young Seward). Performer James Holbrook (Young Macduff). Performer Steve Derry (Murderer). Performer Clive Bardell (Murderer/Lord). Performer Chris Billings (Seyton/3rd Murderer).
|28 Apr 03 to 3 May 03||The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V01040860086|
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T0887729394 (LIMELIGHT03)Adapted by Andrew Potter. Director Andrew Potter.
|26 Apr 03||Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury :: V745|
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T0518865118 (HUEST03)Company Hurstpierpoint Players.
|14 Apr 03 to 19 Apr 03||Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint :: V1824737909|
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T997575498 (ROMEA03)After the acclaimed reception for Life is a Dream, in BITE:99, the innimitable Spanish director Calixto Bieito returns to the London scene with an apocalyptic and thrilling reworking of Shakespearean bloody tragedy. Apr8-10 - Performed in Catalan with English surtitles. Apr 11-12 - Performed in Spanish with English surtitles.Company Teatre Romea. Director Calixto Bieito. Design Alfons Flores. Costume Merce Paloma. Lighting Xavi Clot. Performer Santi Pons. Performer David Bauzo. Performer Daniel Klamburg. Performer Mingo Rafols. Performer Roser Cami. Performer Miquel Gelabert. Performer Oscar Foronda. Performer Elisenda Bautista. Performer Javier Gamazo. Performer Boris Ruiz. Performer Carles Canut. Performer Chantal Aimee. Performer Nicolau Basso. Performer Manel Leal. Performer Oriol Vilajosana. Performer Roser Vilajosana. Performer Ferran Vilajosana. Performer Nuria Leal.
|8 Apr 03 to 12 Apr 03||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
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T1618916350 (CORD03)Company Cordial Productions. Director Anthony Cord. Performer Anthony Cord.
|25 Feb 03 to 23 Mar 03||Pentameters, Inner London :: V217|
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T0662869988 (TABS02)An Eastern European dictator stuggles to lead a crumbling regime. But who wealds the power behind the throne?Producer Tabs Production.
|17 Mar 03 to 19 Mar 03||Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage :: V53|
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|11 Mar 03 to 15 Mar 03||Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield :: V425|
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|4 Mar 03 to 8 Mar 03||Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497|
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T503926800 (TOUR02)Producer Sonia Friedman Productions. Producer Old Vic Productions PLC. Producer Mark Rubinstein. Producer TEG Productions. Director Edward Hall. Design Michael Pavelka. Lighting Ben Ormerod. Sound Matt McKenzie. Director Terry King (fight). Choreographer Ian Spink. Performer Sean Bean (Macbeth). Performer Samantha Bond (Lady Macbeth). Performer Julian Glover. Performer Mark Bazeley. Performer Barnaby Kay. Performer Nicholas Asbury. Performer David Deames. Performer Finn Caldwell. Performer Edward Clayton. Performer Jayne McKenna. Performer Alexandra Moen. Performer Edmund Moriarty. Performer Christopher Obi. Performer Christian Patterson. Performer Ian Pirie. Performer Adrian Schiller. Performer Claire Swinburne. Performer Tam Williams.
|7 Nov 02 to 1 Mar 03||Noel Coward Theatre, West End :: V380|
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|28 Oct 02 to 2 Nov 02||Richmond Theatre, Outer London :: V327|
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|17 Oct 02 to 26 Oct 02||Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754|
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T657603549 (SHEFFIELD03)Producer Sheffield Theatres. Adapted by James Phillips. Director James Phillips. Design David Farley. Costume Sarah Cant. Lighting Guy Hoare. Sound Neil Alexander.
|30 Jan 03 to 22 Feb 03||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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T1742363753 (GEG03)Company GEG Theatre Company.
|11 Feb 03 to 15 Feb 03||Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144|
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T02071132474 (FIRST03)Company Theatre First. Director Daniel Buckroyd. Design Sarah Waterman. Lighting Mark Dymock. Sound Jim Branston. Performer Peter Hamilton Dyer. Performer Sally Orrock. Performer Ross Sutherland.
|5 Feb 03 to 8 Feb 03||NST Campus, Southampton :: V776|
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T1844734974 (MASK03)Company Maskers Theatre Company. Director Ken Hann.
|14 Jan 03 to 18 Jan 03||NST Campus, Southampton :: V776|
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T01057527281 (NEWCORN02)For schools only. Children aged 7-11 will be watching and taking part in this abridged performance of [Shakespeare]'s tragedy.Company Young Shakespeare Company.
|4 Dec 02||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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|5 Nov 02||Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170|
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|23 Oct 02||Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732|
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T02144409286 (SFK02)Company Shakespeare4Kidz.
|13 Nov 02||Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883|
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|16 Oct 02||The Radlett Centre, Radlett :: V1098|
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|16 Sep 02||Guild Hall and Charter Theatre, Preston :: V524|
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Schools Shakespeare Project - T739245833The Arts Centre's annual project in conjunction with the UWA Department of Theatre, Film and TV Studies this year turns its attention to [Shakespeare]'s Scottish play. This prestigious week-long project involves workshops and performances for schools from throughout Ceredigion and beyond.Director Richard Cheshire.
|1 Nov 02 to 3 Nov 02||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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T01256140188 (KEY02)Company Key Theatre Company. Director Michael Cross. Performer Livy Amstrong (Duncan/Porter).
|29 Oct 02 to 2 Nov 02||Key Theatre, Peterborough :: V27|
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T1869313335 (FORTUNE02)The production of Macbeth follows Shakespeare’s text closely, strongly opposing the male and female forces at work in the story: African drumming is used to support performances and help to establish the play’s supernatural elements.Company New Fortune Theatre. Director John Russell. Performer Joel Trill. Performer Natalie Turner-Jones. Performer Pepe Balderrama. Performer Sid Clark. Performer Antony Eden. Performer Wolf E Rahlfs. Performer Amy Stacy.
|24 Oct 02 to 2 Nov 02||Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170|
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|17 Oct 02 to 26 Oct 02||The Ramshorn Theatre, Glasgow :: V620|
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T2103237265 (TINY02)Be one of a select audience of 25 and experience this unique, atmospheric and energetic version of Macbeth in which Dov Weinstein directs a cast of tiny inch-high ninja figurines and other household objects around a stage the size of a briefcase. Binoculars will be supplied!Company Tiny Ninja Theater.
|31 Oct 02 to 1 Nov 02||Old Museum Arts, Belfast :: V988|
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T1059387406 (PRIME02)Company Prime Cut Productions. Director Jackie Doyle. Design Stuart Marshall. Lighting Gerry Jenkinson. Costume Monica Ennis. Sound Bell Helicopter. Performer Kathy Kiera Clarke. Performer Steven Scott. Performer John Hewitt. Performer Miche Doherty. Performer John Mulkeen. Performer Laura-Jane Laughlin. Performer Andy Moore. Performer Abigail McGibbon. Performer Packy Lee. Performer Maria Connolly. Performer James Doran. Performer Conor Grimmes. Performer Philip Judge.
|6 Sep 02 to 5 Oct 02||Lyric Theatre, Belfast :: V552|
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T523741068 (LONGOVER00)Oriental dragons, Balinese masks, Aboriginal mysticism, Celtic influence and Zulu war dance. A multitude of cultures bonded together with a completely original music score; modern western instruments fused with ethnic rhythms creating an atmosphere you feel you can touch.Company Long Overdue Theatre Company.
|2 Oct 02||Secombe Theatre, Sutton :: V708|
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|23 Nov 00 to 24 Nov 00||The Point, Southampton :: V1114|
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T0959558296 (MOSTAR02)The corrupting influence of the lust for power; dramatic physical performance.Company Mostar Youth Theatre.
|27 Sep 02||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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T748215407 (RO02)Company Ro Theatre (Rotterdam). Design Thomas Rupert. Lighting Casper Leemhuis. Costume Roelie Westendrop. Music Wim Sellers. Performer Marc De Corte. Performer Guus Dam. Performer Herman Gilis. Performer Joop Keesmaat. Performer Paul R Kooij. Performer Esther Scheldwacht. Performer Steven Van Watermeulen.
|20 Aug 02 to 22 Aug 02||Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604|
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T1127271408 (NITC02)Company NI Theatre Company. Director Kaffy Rice-Oxley. Design Carly Ramsay. Lighting Richard Ashby.
|2 Jul 02 to 14 Jul 02||Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184|
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T070199291 (NORTH02)Immerse yourself in [Shakespeare]'s darkest and most chilling drama. [Northern Broadsides]' talented cast of charismatic Northern actors have electrified audiences nationwide with their vigorous approach to language and performance. Performed in their trademark direct and no frills style, the company's clear and powerful production enable you to focus intensely on the drama. The result is gripping theatre, superbly acted.Company Northern Broadsides. Director Barrie Rutter. Design Jessica Worrall.
|29 May 02 to 1 Jun 02||New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119|
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|16 May 02 to 19 May 02||General, General :: V1280|
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|7 May 02 to 11 May 02||Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535|
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|30 Apr 02 to 4 May 02||Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76|
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|23 Apr 02 to 27 Apr 02||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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|16 Apr 02 to 20 Apr 02||Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977|
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|8 Apr 02 to 13 Apr 02||Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949|
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|4 Apr 02 to 6 Apr 02||General, Nottingham :: V0758542743|
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|29 Mar 02 to 30 Mar 02||General, General :: V1280|
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|26 Mar 02 to 27 Mar 02||The Castle, Wellingborough :: V465|
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|14 Mar 02 to 23 Mar 02||Viaduct Theatre, Halifax :: V1025|
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T1531299612 (ARCOLA02)Producer Arcola Theatre. Director Mehmet Ergen. Director Jack Shepherd. Design Jake Shepherd. Costume Lisa Douek. Costume Hannah Penfold. Music Jim Bywater. Lighting Richard Williamson. Performer Jack Shepherd. Performer Amanda Boxer. Performer Jonathan Moore. Performer Clarance Smith. Performer Philip Anthony. Performer Matthew Coombs. Performer Cosh Omar. Performer David Carter. Performer Jackie Everett. Performer Jan Shepherd. Performer Jamie de Coursey. Performer Jon Millington. Performer James Burton. Performer Ian Midlane. Performer Nichola Cunningham.
|30 Apr 02 to 1 Jun 02||Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940|
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T0955901551 (WALK02)Producer Walkington Productions. Director Andrew Walkington. Performer Gary Turner.
|15 Apr 02 to 16 Apr 02||Danebank Theatre, Crewe :: V825081383|
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|10 Apr 02 to 11 Apr 02||Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480|
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T943941040 (MIDLAND02)Company Midland Actors Company.
|11 Apr 02||Darwen Library Theatre, Darwen :: V1588247755|
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T01239050915 (CLWYD02)Producer Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Director Terry Hands. Design Timothy O'Brien.
|7 Mar 02 to 30 Mar 02||Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810|
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T1751804397 (CREATION02)WebsiteCompany Creation Theatre Company.
|31 Jan 02 to 23 Mar 02||General, Oxford :: V1095|
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T010027752 (LEONARD02)Company St Leonards School Senior Drama Society.
|14 Mar 02 to 16 Mar 02||Byre Theatre, St Andrews :: V640|
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T642015120 (COURT02)Producer Courtyard Theatre. Director Jonathan Stone. Design Mark Walters. Lighting James Mackenzie. Director Rab Handleigh (music). Sound Gareth Sumnall. Choreographer Val Jones. Performer Barrie Hunter. Performer Anita Vitesse. Performer Fiona Steele. Performer Adam Moore. Performer Graham Crammond. Performer Gary Mcinness. Performer Rab Handleigh. Performer John Sampson. Performer Max Gell. Performer Amy Fraser. Performer Antony Murphy.
|15 Feb 02 to 2 Mar 02||Courtyard, Hereford :: V101|
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T1510679655 (MARLOWE02)Company Marlowe Dramatic Society. Director Ben Naylor. Design Katy Tuxford. Music Jon Boden.
|26 Feb 02 to 2 Mar 02||Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19|
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T1102556377 (ANTIC02)Antic Mind's productions of Macbeth makes [Shakespeare]'s tragedy accessible to the contemporary audience. Set during World War II it gives the play's themes of ambition and the battle between good and evil a modern perspective and thus greater relevance for today's theatregoer. This interpretation discards the usual stereotypes associated with the play: the witches are the embodiment of 20th century evil, the thanes are seen as genuine war lords and Macbeth reeks havoc with Stalinesque despotism. Suitable for any Shakespeare lover, this production has taken into consideration the needs of Key Stage 3 students studying the play for SATs exams in May 2002.Company Antic Mind.
|26 Feb 02 to 27 Feb 02||Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226|
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T0486389430 (HUSH02)Company Hush Productions.
|22 Feb 02 to 24 Feb 02||Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham :: V0165922284|
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T872416563 (SOUTH02)Director Thomas Hescott. Design Thomas Hescott. Lighting Miguel Ribeiro. Performer Jessica Gerger. Performer James Hirst. Performer David Lucas. Performer Michael Shaeffer. Performer Nathan Willcocks. Performer David Whitney.
|25 Jan 02 to 8 Feb 02||Southwark Playhouse, Inner London :: V226|
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T1177672138 (SHAKE02)Company Shakespeare in Schools.
|22 Jan 02||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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T01000248843 (YOUNG01)Company Young Shakespeare Company.
|19 Nov 01 to 30 Nov 01||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
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T01006690449 (CHESTER01)Abridged versionCompany Chester Gateway Theatre. Director Russ Tunney. Design Jim Davis. Music Jack Pinter. Performer David Rubin. Performer Bridgitta Roy. Performer Amanda Maud. Performer Simon Hirst. Performer Sarah Stanley.
|20 Nov 01 to 24 Nov 01||Forum Studio Theatre (formerly the Chester Gateway), Chester :: V468|
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T1107674597 (LINCOLN01)Company Lincoln Shakespeare Company. Performer Rob Smith. Performer Pete Came. Performer Avril Hall. Performer Phil Bell.
|8 Nov 01 to 17 Nov 01||General, Lincoln :: V1652821931|
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T1816433311 (LIBLUTON01)An exciting fusion of music, physical skills, puppets and mask work are used to bring this exciting story to life.Company In Fieri Theatre Company.
|1 Nov 01 to 2 Nov 01||The Library Theatre, Luton :: V02027386231|
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T0288935642 (BRENT01)Producer House on the Sea Productions. Director Adrian Middleton.
|3 Oct 01 to 6 Oct 01||Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024|
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T0628648842 (MJE01)Producer MJE Productions Ltd.
|2 Oct 01 to 6 Oct 01||Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462|
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T1698131458 (GLOBE01)Producer Globe Theatre. Director Tim Carroll. Design Laura Hopkins. Choreographer Sian Williams. Performer Jasper Britton (Macbeth). Performer Eve Best (Lady Macbeth). Performer Terry McGinity. Performer Chu Omambala. Performer Mark Springer. Performer Colin Hurley. Performer Paul Chahidi. Performer Jan Knightly. Performer richard Attlee. Performer Patrick Brennan. Performer Liam Brennan. Performer Hilary Tones. Performer Jonathan Oliver. Performer Liza Hayden.
|27 May 01 to 22 Sep 01||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, West End :: V165|
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T01760066342 (RJWILL01)Company R J Williamson Company. Performer Elisha Gazdowicz. Performer Robert J Williamson. Performer Nicholas Smith.
|13 Jul 01 to 21 Jul 01||De Montfort Hall, Leicester :: V430|
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T641445219 (DRAM01)Company Dramatis Personae. Company Shakespeare at Work.
|12 Jul 01 to 14 Jul 01||Third Floor Arts Centre, Portsmouth :: V772|
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T312430764 (LUDLOW01)Director James Roose-Evans. Design Bruno Santini. Lighting Ben Ormerod. Music Guy Dagul. Music Mark Hope. Performer Peter Lindford (Macbeth). Performer Cathy Owen (Lady Macbeth). Performer Keith Dunphy (Macduff). Performer Rachel Power (Lady Macduff). Performer Gerard Logan (Banquo). Performer David Pearson (Duncan). Performer Harry Towb (Porter). Performer Philip Grout (Ross). Performer Rex Obano (Witch). Performer Taz Emiabata (Witch). Performer David Case (Witch).
|23 Jun 01 to 7 Jul 01||Ludlow Castle, Ludlow :: V1219|
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T1689201525 (CARL01)Company Carlton Dramatic Society.
|29 May 01 to 2 Jun 01||New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341|
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T0706802491 (MIDLAND01)Intense and intimate chamber version of Shakespeare's tragedy.Company Midland Actors. Director David Allen. Performer Rob Dent. Performer Toni Griffiths. Performer Claire Stanford. Performer Melanie May. Performer David Allen.
|11 May 01 to 12 May 01||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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|9 May 01 to 10 May 01||Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160|
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(a reworking) - T01985235107[Peregrine Theatre]'s provocative and moving interpretation of Macbeth brings out the full savour of this highly popular classic in a highly-charged, atmospheric and thoroughly human production. Macbeth a reworking challenges preconceptions to provide a fresh insight into [Shakespeare]'s masterpiece with all the power and passion of the text intact.Company Peregrine Theatre Company.
|18 Apr 01||Octagon Theatre, Yeovil :: V919|
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|3 Apr 01||Town Hall, Loughborough :: V02111941779|
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|30 Mar 01||Arc Theatre, Trowbridge :: V881281219|
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|22 Mar 01||Guildhall Theatre, Derby :: V994|
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|21 Mar 01||Brewhouse, Burton-on-Trent :: V126|
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|20 Mar 01||Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160|
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|16 Mar 01||Beaufort Theatre, Ebbw Vale :: V844|
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|15 Mar 01||The Coliseum, Aberdare :: V821|
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|8 Mar 01||Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833|
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|6 Mar 01||Oakengates Theatre at The Place, Telford :: V110|
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|15 Feb 01||Pontardawe Arts Centre, Swansea :: V991|
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|26 Jan 01||Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431|
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|23 Jan 01||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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|18 Jan 01||Arts Theatre, Nottingham :: V1174|
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|12 Jan 01 to 13 Jan 01||Anglia Ruskin Drama Studio, Cambridge :: V20|
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T01753457213 (SALISPLAY01)Company Salisbury Playhouse. Director Joanna Read. Design Richard Foxton. Lighting Jim Simmonds. Music Olly Fox. Performer Adrian Lukis. Performer Michael Stroud. Performer Abigail Thaw.
|16 Mar 01 to 7 Apr 01||Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923|
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T1540221228 (STPET00)Company Bournemouth Shakespeare Players.
|27 Mar 01 to 31 Mar 01||General, General :: V1268|
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T0135461312 (ANDREJ01)Non traditional, non-conformist, provocative and spectacular, the Slovakian Divaldo Andreja Begara company of forty presents this magnificently staged and costumed production. Watching the production has been described as like being in a dream-leaping from the epic to the mundane, from the fantastic to the bizarre. Slovakian version with English subtitles.Company Andrej Bagar Theatre (in Nitra Solvakia). Director Vladimir Moravek.
|15 Mar 01 to 17 Mar 01||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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T1979775890 (EVERY01)Company Everyman Theatre ReachOut. Director Sue Colverd. Performer Sean Gleeson. Performer Sean O'Neill. Performer Roger McKern. Performer Anderson Knight. Performer Penelope Freeman.
|6 Mar 01 to 10 Mar 01||Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90|
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T573744462 (UCL01)A new interpretation of [Shakespeare]'s violent tale.Company University College London Students Union Drama Society.
|8 Mar 01 to 10 Mar 01||Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170|
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T01140967164 (BROCK01)Performer Jonathan Kaufman.
|27 Feb 01 to 10 Mar 01||Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299|
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T01699006736 (LUTG01)Company Lancaster University Theatre Group.
|27 Feb 01 to 1 Mar 01||Nuffield Theatre (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts), Lancaster :: V522|
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T2024610448 (RAQTTLE01)Ancient Scotland. The forces of evil permeate society. Unbeknown to her husband, Lady Macbeth sells her soul. Three shadowy figures prophesy to Macbeth that he will be King. He is persuaded to murder. Once embarked upon, the path to unassailable power is a downward spiral of bloody destruction. Damnation looms. Yet Macbeth, putting his faith in the words of prophesy, clings to his belief that he is invulnerable. As the forces of good rally to depose the tyrant, the forces of evil, ever watchful, prepare themselves too. Good triumphs in the end. Doesn't it?Company Rattlestick Productions. Director Nick Fogg.
|23 Feb 01 to 25 Feb 01||General, General :: V791639071|
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T1516849150 (NEWPAL01)Producer Green. Producer Lenehan. Company New Palace Theatre Company. Director Roy Marsden.
|7 Feb 01 to 24 Feb 01||Palace Theatre, Westcliff-on-Sea :: V43|
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T0195367877 (DERBY00)Company Derby Shakespeare Theatre Company. Director Alan Smith.
|30 Jan 01 to 3 Feb 01||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
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T1230754954 (INDEP00)Producer King's Head (in association with The Red Pear Theatre Antibes). Company Independent Shakespeare Company. Performer David Melville. Performer Melissa Chalsma. Performer Darren Matthias.
|7 Nov 00 to 3 Dec 00||The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235|
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T1590464858 (GREEN00)Set loosely in the 60s Mod era, this bloody, bold and resolute production brings [Shakespeare]'s language alive to make it accessible and real. The audience will be close to the action and the funky, jazzy soundtrack will urge the story on to its inevitable conclusion.Company Green Theatre Company.
|28 Nov 00 to 2 Dec 00||Barton Green Theatre, New Malden :: V1092|
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T1749328215 (LOVE00)Set deep in the Capital's violent underworld, Macbeth, a gangster wide-boy, is predicted to become the greatest gangland leader since the notorious Kray Brothers. Faithful to Shakespeare's text, this fast-moving action-packed thriller combines the excitement of promenade theatre with the intimacy of the Finborough Cellar Bar.Company Love and Madness Productions. Director Neil Sheppeck. Director Kim Gilchrist. Lighting Lee Porter. Performer Neil Bennun. Performer Oliver Burton. Performer Paul Canlan. Performer Lucy Carlson. Performer Robinson Ellin. Performer Susanna Klemm. Performer Ed Law. Performer Neil Sheppeck. Performer Dan Smith.
|1 Nov 00 to 30 Nov 00||Finborough, Inner London :: V199|
listing details L01096359314
T420311996 (KIDZ00)Company Shakespeare for Kids.
|21 Nov 00||Kings Theatre Portsmouth, Southsea :: V780|
listing details L2079431303
|15 Sep 00||Spa Pavilion Theatre, Felixstowe :: V78|
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T1923959577 (FROME00)Company Frome Drama Club. Performer Pip Utton (Macbeth).
|10 Nov 00 to 11 Nov 00||Merlin Theatre, Frome :: V916|
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T01992165222 (STREET00)Sponsored by M B R Gillingham LtdCompany Street Theatre. Director Dennis Barwell.
|2 Nov 00 to 4 Nov 00||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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T113578431 (TIGHT00)Company Tight Fit Theatre.
|12 Oct 00 to 13 Oct 00||Chats Palace, Outer London :: V301|
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|4 Oct 00 to 7 Oct 00||Town Hall, High Wycombe :: V748|
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T0483041689 (LONG00)'Macbeth' as you've never seen it before: thirty eight characters, seven actors, two oriental dragons, one Zulu war dance, Indian puppets, Aboriginal mysticism, Celtic influence..a multitude of cultures bonded together with a completely original music score in which modern western instruments fuse with ethnic rhythms, creating an atmosphere you feel and can touch!Company Long Overdue Theatre Company.
|7 Oct 00||Leighton Buzzard Theatre, Leighton Buzzard :: V13|
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|23 May 00 to 24 May 00||The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707|
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|3 May 00 to 5 May 00||Arts Centre, Rotherham :: V960|
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T1805068736 (SSC00)Company Swindon Stage Company. Director Matthew Clift.
|28 Sep 00 to 30 Sep 00||The Rondo, Bath :: V855|
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T0630905799 (LB00)A community led production by locally based company [Live Long and Participate), is set against the backdrop of a modern-day underworld. Whilst remaining true to the original text, this fast-moving action-packed murder story will chill your blood.
|21 Jul 00 to 22 Jul 00||Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972|
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T0322568968 (CHET00)Company Chetwynde School VI Form. Director David Marcus. Music Gary Higginson.
|5 Jul 00 to 6 Jul 00||The Forum, Barrow-in-Furness :: V1|
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T64041403 (GREEN00)Ye'rr or right Macbef! Macbeth set in Moss Side, the hacienda to be precise. Yes Macbeth in present day form most accessible and most enjoyable.Company Green Light Theatre Company.
|23 Jun 00||The Dancehouse, Manchester :: V495|
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T1421138668 (ASPECT00)A high energy and richly visual production of the bard's classic tale of murder, madness and megalomania. In this acclaimed and magical interpretation, Macbeth is a woman and the witches - three mischievous and malevolent Snow Whites - are pulling the strings.Company Aspects Theatre (University of Salford).
|14 Jun 00 to 17 Jun 00||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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T0772023545 (RSC00)Company Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Director Gregory Doran. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Adrian Lee. Sound John A Leonard. Performer Antony Sher (Macbeth). Performer Harriet Walter (Lady Macbeth). Performer Ken Bones (Banquo). Performer John Dougall (Malcolm). Performer Joseph O'Conor (Duncan). Performer Paul Webster (Ross). Performer Nigel Cooke (Macduff). Performer Stephen Noonan (Porter).
|18 Apr 00 to 3 Jun 00||The Young Vic, West End :: V245|
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T0118539127 (SYT00)Company Scottish Youth Theatre.
|12 May 00 to 13 May 00||MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642|
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|26 Apr 00 to 29 Apr 00||Citizens Theatre, Glasgow :: V611|
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T0914985404 (1399TH00)Company 1339 Theatre Company. Producer Paul O'Shea.
|10 Apr 00 to 29 Apr 00||General, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V1415|
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T01075504497 (NOW00)Company Now and Then Productions. Director Neale McGrath. Lighting Jan Sendor. Music Frank Moon. Performer Alison Addo. Performer Rita Barker. Performer Sally Benton. Performer Elizabeth Bower. Performer Jon Boydon. Performer Roy Cane. Performer Bob Clarke. Performer Peter Collis. Performer Adrian Fear. Performer Jenny Fearon. Performer Vicki Gough. Performer Suzanne Grubham. Performer Roger Jones. Performer Wayne Mason. Performer Michael Merrick. Performer Richard Milward. Performer Ben Oldfield.
|25 Apr 00 to 29 Apr 00||Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144|
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T01295646987 (BAC00)Director Tom Morris. Design Ti Green. Costume Sarah Blenkinsop. Lighting Simon Macer-Wright. Performer Corin Redgrave. Performer Amanda Harris.
|24 Mar 00 to 16 Apr 00||BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168|
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T212563900 (SAND000)This multimedia production of [Shakespeare]'s classic tragedy is set amidst the backdrop of a present day drug underworld.Company Sandyback Theatre.
|15 Apr 00||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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T1294223316 (THEUN00)Accompanied by schools and community programmes. If you might be interested in participating, you can call Theatre Unlimited on 020 7243 0173.Company Theatre Unlimited. Performer Rupert Wickham. Performer Shelley King. Director Christopher Geelan.
|4 Apr 00 to 15 Apr 00||Cochrane Theatre, Inner London :: V181|
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|27 Mar 00 to 29 Mar 00||Newark Palace, Newark :: V455|
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|20 Mar 00 to 22 Mar 00||The Dancehouse, Manchester :: V495|
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|16 Mar 00 to 18 Mar 00||Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979|
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|28 Feb 00 to 1 Mar 00||Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99|
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|18 Feb 00 to 9 Mar 00||Millfield Theatre, Outer London :: V316|
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T0795081576 (FIERI00)In Fieri's Macbeth is a version of [Shakespeare]'s play which employs puppets, masks, physical theatre skills and music. This company of three actors combine contemporary theatre practices plus a hearty respect and love of Shakespeare's poetry, to produce an exciting realisation of this dramatic text.Company In Fieri Theatre. Performer Graeme Du-Fresne. Performer Mike McCormack. Performer Catherine Gill.
|7 Apr 00 to 8 Apr 00||The Studio, Beckenham, Outer London :: V355|
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T0734722468 (CHAR00)Company Charles Cryer Studio Theatre.
|28 Mar 00 to 1 Apr 00||Secombe Theatre, Sutton :: V708|
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T1824790855 (START00)Company 2-Way Mirror Theatre Company. Director Ricardo Pinto. Design Stuart Targett.
|28 Mar 00 to 1 Apr 00||Royal George Pub Theatre, Outer London :: V1405|
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T01364056413 (VITAL00)Set in Chicago in the 1920's and 30's and evokes the film noir movies of the period and although this is a modern interpretation, the text except for some cuts, remains the same.Company Vital Stages Theatre Company. Director Keith Homer. Director Michael Woodwood. Performer Jane Allighan. Performer Claire Atkins. Performer Mark Bodicot. Performer Andy Coleman. Performer Ruth D'Silva. Performer Michael Hoskinson. Performer James Kingdon. Performer Jack Leary. Performer Nicola McRoy. Performer Chris Porter.
|10 Mar 00||Hackney Empire, Outer London :: V309|
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|3 Mar 00 to 31 Mar 00||Mumford Theatre, Cambridge :: V22|
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T2084061430 (START00)Director Ricardo Pinto.
|1 Feb 00 to 19 Mar 00||The Starting Gate, Outer London :: V2120510689|
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T881230720 (RSC99)Company Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Director Gregory Doran. Design Stephen Brimson Lewis. Lighting Tim Mitchell. Music Adrian Lee. Sound John A Leonard. Performer Antony Sher (Macbeth). Performer Harriet Walter (Lady Macbeth). Performer Ken Bones (Banquo). Performer John Dougall (Malcolm). Performer Joseph O'Conor (Duncan). Performer Paul Webster (Ross).
|2 Nov 99 to 18 Mar 00||Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136|
listing details L1844176859
T01289789118 (NOMAD00)Company Theatre Nomad. Director Luke Dixon.
|13 Mar 00 to 15 Mar 00||Africa Centre, Inner London :: V0278547297|
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T0288574637 (ESCE00)A 75 minute adaptation. Preceded by an educational and entertaining -on-stage demonstration led by the actors.Company English Shakespeare Company Education.
|14 Mar 00||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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|3 Mar 00||Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813|
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T393436260 (UKC00)UKC Dramatics presents an all new twist on [Shakespeare]'s classic tale of greed and envy, Macbeth. Imagine a playpen. The safest place on earth to be. A place where the world is how you want it and nothing invades that. Or is it? Are the bars there to protect you from your worst fears, or to prevent you from escaping them? An adult's nightmares confront a child's world. It is not a playpen from Hell. It is Hell.Company UKC Dramatics.
|9 Mar 00 to 11 Mar 00||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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T1486567958 (INF00)A production of Shakespeare's dynamic text employing music, masks, puppets and physical theatre skills. This fusion of contemporary theatre practices and detailed verse speaking produces an entertaining and exciting realisation of the play - using only three performers who weave their way through this journey of ambition, power, strange realities, order, disorder, guilt, conscience, violence and tyranny.Company In Fieri Theatre.
|4 Mar 00||Abbey Theatre, St Albans :: V50|
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T01067600782 (TRWORK00)Director Dave Stockwin.
|22 Feb 00||Theatre Royal, Workington :: V12|
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T025277028 (RED00)Company Redditch Theatre Company. Director Teddy Kiendl. Design John Plush. Lighting Andrew Sheriff. Director Renny Krupinski (fight). Performer Sebastian Dunn. Performer Natasha Williams. Performer Alice Brown. Performer Polly Lister. Performer Den Williams. Performer Callum Arnott. Performer Richard McAllister. Performer Malcolm James Nickerson. Performer Craig Rogan. Performer Andy Bouchard. Performer Darren Higham.
|10 Feb 00 to 19 Feb 00||Palace Theatre, Redditch :: V104|
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T01723682936 (MAQ00)Company Maqama Theatre. Director Alex Whetham. Director Richard Ellis. Design Rebecca Gore. Performer Oliver Ellis. Performer Sarah Mark. Performer Tom Mack. Performer Andy Joyce. Performer Amber Batty. Performer Alex Whetham.
|1 Feb 00 to 19 Feb 00||Southwark Playhouse, Inner London :: V226|
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T457539315 (RSCTOUR00)Performer Antony Sher. Performer Harriet Walter.
|31 Jan 00 to 5 Feb 00||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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|24 Jan 00 to 29 Jan 00||Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657|
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T264422908 (ESCE99)A 75 minute adaptation. Preceded by an educational and entertaining -on-stage demonstration led by the actors.Company English Shakespeare Company Education.
|2 Feb 00||Newark Palace, Newark :: V455|
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|12 Apr 99||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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T01410712105 (CEST00)Company C'est Tous Theatre Company. Company Shakespeare Theatre Company. Director Christine Appleby. Performer Adrian Bouchet. Performer Christine Appleby. Performer Geoff Plews. Performer Richard Boschetto. Performer Barney Long. Performer Nicholas King. Performer Luciano Pinto. Performer Adam Owen. Performer Emma Boardman.
|17 Jan 00 to 29 Jan 00||Marsden Theatre, Leyland :: V0532212787|
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T1126622767 (WYP99)Director Jude Kelly. Design Mario Borza. Performer Patrick O'Kane (Macbeth). Performer Mairead McKinley (Lady Macbeth). Performer Nigel Betts (MacDuff). Performer Ken Bradshaw (Malcolm). Performer Patrick Brennan (Duncan and Porter). Performer David Carr (Lennox). Performer Eamonn Clarke (Donaldbane). Performer Frankie Cosgrove (Frankie Cosgrove (Weird Sister). Performer Ann Firbank (Weird Sister). Performer Dermot Keaney (Ross). Performer Janic Mackenzie (Weird Sister and Lady MacDuff). Performer Luke Williams (Banquo). Lighting Tanya Burns. Sound Mic Pool. Costume Ken McDonald.
|9 Oct 99 to 4 Dec 99||Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977|
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T839529252 (MINERVA99)Company West Sussex County Youth Theatre.
|2 Dec 99 to 4 Dec 99||Minerva Theatre, Chichester :: V1310317653|
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T05348083 (LYCE99)Director Kenny Ireland. Design Hayden Griffin. Design Andy Phillips. Performer Tom McGovern. Performer Jennifer Black.
|29 Oct 99 to 20 Nov 99||Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604|
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T566190464 (PROS99)Company Prospect Theatre.
|18 Nov 99 to 20 Nov 99||Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury :: V745|
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T1797602995 (LONG99)'Macbeth' as you've never seen it before: thirty eight characters, seven actors, two oriental dragons, one Zulu war dance, Indian puppets, Aboriginal mysticism, Celtic influence..a multitude of cultures bonded together with a completely original music score in which modern western instruments fuse with ethnic rhythms, creating an atmosphere you feel and can touch!Company Long Overdue Theatre Company.
|17 Nov 99||Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen :: V555|
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|11 Nov 99 to 13 Nov 99||Riverside Theatre, Coleraine :: V556|
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T01785447804 (CLWYD99)Company Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Director Terry Hands. Design Timothy O'Brien.
|23 Sep 99 to 13 Nov 99||Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810|
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T2078386039 (MOLD99)Company Clwyd Theatr Cymru Company. Director Terry Hands. Design Timothy O'Brien. Music Colin Towns. Performer Jeffery Dench. Performer Richard Elfyn. Performer Steven Elliott. Performer Bradley Freegard. Performer Gwion Huw. Performer Julian Lewis-Jones. Performer Jenny Livsey. Performer Neil Madden. Performer Simon Nehan. Performer Vivien Parry. Performer Victoria Pugh. Performer Owen Teale. Performer Nicola Westmoore.
|5 Oct 99 to 13 Nov 99||Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810|
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T0463503532 (V99)Company Volcano Theatre Company. Director Nigel Charnock. Lighting Andrew Jones. Design Andrew Jones. Performer Paul Davies. Performer Fern Smith.
|8 Nov 99||Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831|
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|23 Aug 99 to 30 Aug 99||The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059|
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|7 May 99||Torch Theatre, Milford Haven :: V820|
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|6 May 99||Theatr Brycheiniog (Brecon Theatre), Brecon :: V1067|
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|4 May 99 to 5 May 99||The Castle, Wellingborough :: V465|
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|1 May 99||Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691|
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|29 Apr 99 to 30 Apr 99||Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732|
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|26 Apr 99 to 27 Apr 99||Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827|
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|23 Apr 99 to 24 Apr 99||Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432|
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|22 Apr 99||Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough :: V448|
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|20 Apr 99 to 21 Apr 99||Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington :: V563|
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|15 Apr 99 to 17 Apr 99||Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810|
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|13 Apr 99 to 14 Apr 99||Theatr Gwynedd, Bangor :: V845|
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|10 Apr 99||Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942|
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|25 Mar 99||mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146|
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|23 Mar 99 to 24 Mar 99||The Forum Theatre, Stockport :: V503|
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|19 Mar 99||Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918|
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|17 Mar 99||Dartington Arts, Totnes :: V902|
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|13 Mar 99||The Poly Falmouth, Falmouth :: V875|
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|11 Mar 99||Lakeside Theatre, Colchester :: V36|
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|10 Mar 99||West End Centre, Aldershot :: V762|
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|8 Mar 99 to 9 Mar 99||Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725|
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|8 Mar 99 to 9 Mar 99||Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725|
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|6 Mar 99||Third Floor Arts Centre, Portsmouth :: V772|
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|6 Mar 99||Third Floor Arts Centre, Portsmouth :: V772|
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|4 Mar 99 to 5 Mar 99||The Gantry, Southampton :: V779|
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|4 Mar 99 to 5 Mar 99||The Gantry, Southampton :: V779|
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|2 Mar 99||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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|2 Mar 99||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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|25 Feb 99 to 26 Feb 99||Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833|
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|25 Feb 99 to 26 Feb 99||Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833|
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|10 Feb 99||Camberley Theatre (previously Artslink), Camberley :: V698|
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|10 Feb 99||Camberley Theatre (previously Artslink), Camberley :: V698|
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|9 Feb 99||Tower Arts Centre, Winchester :: V783|
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|9 Feb 99||Tower Arts Centre, Winchester :: V783|
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|8 Feb 99||Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749|
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|8 Feb 99||Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749|
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|4 Feb 99 to 6 Feb 99||Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539|
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|4 Feb 99 to 6 Feb 99||Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539|
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T1556309794 (UNITED99)Company United Spirit. Director Martin Scott Gilmore. Design Matt Gates. Choreographer Emily Piercy. Performer Ventura Alvarez. Performer Hugh Barnett. Performer A J Barry. Performer Georgina Field. Performer Michael Gallagher. Performer Teo Ghil. Performer Nicholas Hart. Performer Martin Hearn. Performer Ross Liddiard. Performer Emma Nanson. Performer Guy Riviere. Performer Dee Tails. Performer Fabrice Verchere. Performer Timothy Ward. Performer Penelope Woodman.
|12 Oct 99 to 6 Nov 99||Westminster Theatre, West End :: V419|
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T1772533282 (LOTC99)Macbeth as you have never seen it before..38 characters, seven actors, 2 oriental dragons, 1 Zulu war dance, Indian puppets, Aboriginal mysticism, Celtic influence.. Shakespeare's original text in a visually outstanding production that compels the audience with technical wizardry, innovative direction, stunning lighting, pyrotechnics and a constantly evolving set.Company Long Overdue Theatre Company.
|20 Oct 99||Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham :: V89|
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T799662456 (RUG99)Company Rugeley Arts Theatre Society.
|6 Oct 99 to 9 Oct 99||Stafford Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford :: V120|
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T01806273711 (LEIC99)Company Leicestershire Schools Theatre Company.
|2 Sep 99||Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432|
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T01019311423 (NCD99)This Macbeth was a great success when performed in Durham, praised for New College's characteristic contemporary visual style.Company New College Durham.
|8 Jul 99 to 10 Jul 99||Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568|
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T1528145773 (QUEEN99)Director John Crowley. Design Jeremy Herbert. Costume Laura Hopkins. Lighting Rick Fisher. Performer Rufus Sewell. Performer Sally Dexter. Performer Martin Marquez. Performer Simon Chandler. Performer Declan Conlon. Performer Billy Carter. Performer Robert Patterson. Performer Simon Meacock. Performer Robin McCaffrey. Performer Polly Pritchett. Performer Peter Bayliss.
|24 Feb 99 to 5 Jun 99||Queen's Theatre, West End :: V410|
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|15 Feb 99 to 22 Feb 99||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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|15 Feb 99 to 22 Feb 99||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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|3 Feb 99 to 13 Feb 99||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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|3 Feb 99 to 13 Feb 99||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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|3 Feb 99 to 13 Feb 99||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
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T350152443 (BC)Company Box Clever Theatre Company. Director Rebecca Lublinski. Music Martin Franklin. Adapted by Michael Wicherek. Design Carl Stevenson. Lighting Dee Ashworth. Costume Andie Hill. Performer Claire Heloise Boyce. Performer Michael Rochester.
|12 May 99 to 15 May 99||Pleasance, Inner London :: V276|
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|12 May 99 to 15 May 99||Pleasance, Inner London :: V276|
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|12 Nov 98||De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651|
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|1 Dec 97||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
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T35376192 (FF99)Company Forest Forge Theatre Company.
|28 Apr 99 to 8 May 99||Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923|
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T01867611527 (UGH99)Performer Livy Armstrong (Duncan / Porter).
|13 Apr 99 to 1 May 99||Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Inner London :: V1170|
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T01298387569 (GARD99)Enter a world of gangsters and guns. Of ambition and greed. Of violence.Company English Shakespeare Company Education. Director Robert Soulsby-Smith. Design Soutra Gilmour. Lighting Ken Coker. Director Malcolm Ranson (fight).
|21 Apr 99||Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170|
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|20 Apr 99||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
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|24 Mar 99||Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653|
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|17 Mar 99||Civic Theatre, Doncaster :: V964|
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|4 Mar 99||The Dancehouse, Manchester :: V495|
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|4 Mar 99||The Dancehouse, Manchester :: V495|
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|11 Feb 99||Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537|
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|11 Feb 99||Epstein Theatre (formerly Neptune Theatre), Liverpool :: V537|
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|28 Jan 99||Mumford Theatre, Cambridge :: V22|
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T0585226379 (TS299)Company Traffic of the Stage. Performer Kate Worth. Performer David Fairweather. Performer Alex Holt. Performer Bernard Lawrence. Performer Simon McLinden. Performer Stuart Muirs. Performer James Reynard. Performer Lisa Schulberg. Performer Natasha Hall.
|18 Mar 99 to 28 Mar 99||Pentameters, Inner London :: V217|
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T1122381402 (WATER99)Company Traffic of the Stage. Director Harry Meacher.
|9 Mar 99||Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969|
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|9 Mar 99||Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969|
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|4 Feb 99||Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston :: V440|
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|3 Feb 99||Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth :: V49|
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T01914560200 (WAR99)Company Warwick University Drama Society.
|3 Mar 99 to 6 Mar 99||Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156|
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|3 Mar 99 to 6 Mar 99||Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry :: V156|
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T0979220013 (TS99)Company Traffic of the Stage. Company Pilgrim Theatre Company. Performer Harry Meacher. Performer Judi Bowker.
|24 Feb 99||Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928|
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|24 Feb 99||Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928|
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|10 Feb 99||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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|10 Feb 99||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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T010466959 (RIV99)Company Asylum TC. Company Oxygen Productions. Director Nigel Roper.
|2 Feb 99 to 20 Feb 99||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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|2 Feb 99 to 20 Feb 99||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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|21 Jan 99 to 23 Jan 99||South Street Arts Centre, Reading :: V736|
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T01523355024 (START99)Company 2-Way Mirror Theatre Company. Director Ricardo Pinto. Design Stuart Targett.
|7 Jan 99 to 14 Feb 99||The Starting Gate, Outer London :: V2120510689|
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|7 Jan 99 to 14 Feb 99||The Starting Gate, Outer London :: V2120510689|
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T1195271705 (CAGE99)Company Cage TC. Director Vincent Regan. Design Vincent Regan. Performer Paul Blair. Performer Cas Horkins. Performer Celia Henebury. Performer Scott Jason. Performer Matthew Pidgeon. Performer Carl McChrystal. Performer Phil McKee. Performer Fiona Staniland. Performer Alan Strachan. Performer Roel Strachan.
|27 Jan 99 to 13 Feb 99||Landor Theatre, Inner London :: V254|
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|27 Jan 99 to 13 Feb 99||Landor Theatre, Inner London :: V254|
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T0178791942 (PAL98)Company The English Shakespeare Company.
|8 Dec 98||Newark Palace, Newark :: V455|
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T01956404716 (AM98)A production set in a post-nuclear holocaust Britain with the witches roaming a devastated landscae.Director Andrew Manley. Design Garfaith Pang. Lighting Zoe Appleton. Sound Adam Clark. Performer Jonathan Wrather. Performer Julian Harries. Performer Bruced McGregor. Performer David Redgrave. Performer Octavia Walters. Performer Connie Walker. Performer Mali Harries. Performer Neil Gornall. Performer Stuart Crossman.
|12 Nov 98 to 5 Dec 98||New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81|
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T303522229 (RIV98)Company Outhouse Productions. Director Rosemary Bianchi.
|10 Nov 98 to 14 Nov 98||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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T177273924 (HAW98)Company Pitchy Breath Theatre.
|29 Oct 98 to 31 Oct 98||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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T0464425872 (HTC98)Company Hull Truck Theatre Company. Director Simon Stallworthy. Director Kate Bramley (assistant). Performer Michael Burgess. Performer Julie-Ann Gillitt. Performer Katie Pattison. Performer Jez Thomas. Performer Robert Parry. Performer Jack Herbert. Performer Damian Davies. Performer Daniel Settatree.
|7 Oct 98 to 31 Oct 98||Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935|
listing details L0476300529
T01961418074 (ADC98)Company Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club.
|8 Oct 98 to 17 Oct 98||ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18|
listing details L1692170814
T01579059134 (LOOSE98)Company Loose Cannon Theatre Company.
|24 Sep 98 to 3 Oct 98||The Maddermarket, Norwich :: V71|
listing details L01760815605
|30 Jun 98 to 5 Jul 98||Whiffler Theatre, Norwich :: V1213|
listing details L0171190785
T1171073169 (LA98)Company La Licorne Theatre.
|14 Jul 98||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
listing details L490823697
T1085188170 (CRAFT98)Company Theatre Craft. Director John Martin. Costume Magali Maurin. Lighting Peter Page. Performer Barry Gillespie. Performer Louise Ballantyne. Performer Owen Michaelmoore. Performer Chris Gabriel. Performer Mark Prince. Performer Charlotte Bird. Performer Tamara Gatward. Performer Adele Mason. Performer Ava Taylor. Performer Andrew Heath. Performer Steven Dugdale. Performer Carl Halling. Performer David Hannah. Performer Anna Wynnyczuk.
|2 Jun 98 to 4 Jul 98||Lost Theatre, Outer London :: V211|
listing details L511218780
T0113528644 (LUD98)Company Theatr Ludowy. Director Jerzy Stuhr.
|23 Jun 98 to 27 Jun 98||Pleasance, Inner London :: V276|
listing details L1245332685
T858637567 (THIRD98)Company Third Party Productions.
|18 May 98||The Forum Theatre, Stockport :: V503|
listing details L01901963054
|13 May 98 to 14 May 98||The Customs House, South Shields :: V575|
listing details L0559611801
|24 Apr 98||Forest Arts Centre, New Milton :: V786|
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|23 Apr 98 to 24 Apr 98||The Met, Bury :: V476|
listing details L0883086466
|22 Apr 98||Bryanston Arts Centre, Blandford Forum :: V913|
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T577724116 (MAC98)Director David Mark Thomson. Design Gregory Smith. Lighting Stewart Steel. Performer Liam Brennan. Performer Cara Kelly. Performer Paul Nivison. Performer Joel Strachan. Performer Chris Young. Performer Eric Barlow. Performer Don Crerar. Performer Emma Currie. Performer Jo Cameron Brown. Performer Jonathan Taylor. Performer Bevan Tait. Performer Ewan Swinton.
|5 Feb 98 to 4 Apr 98||Orange Tree Theatre, Outer London :: V321|
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T0442073141 (J98)Visual theatre presentation.Company Jactito.
|31 Mar 98||Regal Centre, Worksop :: V466|
listing details L0990739550
|17 Mar 98 to 18 Mar 98||Theatre Royal and Opera House, Wakefield :: V979|
listing details L992786828
|5 Mar 98||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
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T1225010875 (GALL98)Company Galleon Theatre Company. Director Bruce Jamieson. Performer Bruce Jamieson. Performer Alice de Sousa. Performer Chris Vance. Performer Lex Neale. Performer Ellen Softley. Performer Richard Glen. Performer Andrew Legge. Performer Daniel Devitt. Performer Rebecca Finch. Performer Taru Toumisaari. Performer Gareth Clarke. Performer Melinda Hill. Performer Gilbert Vernon.
|to 15 Mar 98||Greenwich Studio, Outer London :: V307|
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T396968525 (ALB98)Features live celtic music.Company Albion Shakespeare Co.
|7 Mar 98||King's Lynn Arts Centre, Kings Lynn :: V67|
listing details L012096533
|3 Mar 98 to 5 Mar 98||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
listing details L0749020625
|19 Feb 98 to 20 Feb 98||Arts Centre, Norwich :: V73|
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T0972931166 (CIT98)Company Citizens Theatre. Director Robert David MacDonald. Design Kenny Miller. Lighting Paul Sorley. Performer Stuart Bowman. Performer Henry Ian Cusick. Performer Brendan Hooper. Performer Edward Laurie. Performer Bill McGuirk. Performer Gerard Murphy. Performer Anne Myatt. Performer Stephen Scott. Performer Derwent Watson. Performer Tristram Wymark.
|13 Feb 98 to 7 Mar 98||Citizens Theatre, Glasgow :: V611|
listing details L1029823309
T1361540013 (MAC98)Director Sam Walters. Performer Paul Shelley.
|to 14 Feb 98||Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633|
listing details L930208895
T1678811702 (CENSCH97)Company Central School of Speech and Drama. Director Penny Cherns. Design Keith Orton. Lighting Paul Taylor.
|3 Dec 97 to 6 Dec 97||Embassy Theatre, Inner London :: V284|
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T0420824519 (BOV97)Performer Pete Postlethwaite. Performer Patricia Kerrigan. Performer Nick Brimble. Performer John Benfield. Performer Chiwetel Ejiofor. Performer Avril Elgar. Performer Garrick Hagon. Performer Phyllida Hancock. Performer Richard Howare. Performer Andrew Lee Potts. Performer Chu Omambala. Performer Andrew Tansey.
|2 Dec 97 to 6 Dec 97||Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462|
listing details L1527163950
|25 Nov 97 to 29 Nov 97||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
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|18 Nov 97 to 22 Nov 97||Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965|
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|11 Nov 97 to 15 Nov 97||Grand Opera House, Belfast :: V548|
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|4 Nov 97 to 8 Nov 97||Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool :: V538|
listing details L785378332
|10 Oct 97 to 1 Nov 97||Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857|
listing details L1935151334
T0296100059 (MAC97)Director Claudette Williamson.
|14 Oct 97 to 30 Nov 97||Springfield Theatre, Outer London :: V345|
listing details L1001258885
T331478369 (TILT97)Company Tilt Theatre Company. Director Sue Colverd. Design Katherine Workman. Performer Peter Nicholas. Performer Felicity Ross. Performer Penny Freeman. Performer Michael Skyers. Performer Anderson Knight.
|18 Nov 97 to 29 Nov 97||Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90|
listing details L0984624805
T01345896470 (TB97)Company Theatre Babel.
|26 Nov 97 to 29 Nov 97||Lemon Tree, Aberdeen :: V587|
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|20 Nov 97 to 22 Nov 97||Netherbow Theatre, Edinburgh :: V608|
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|14 Nov 97 to 15 Nov 97||Wynd Theatre, Melrose :: V645|
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|13 Nov 97||Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy :: V629|
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|11 Nov 97 to 12 Nov 97||MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642|
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|6 Nov 97 to 7 Nov 97||Paisley Arts Centre, Paisley :: V582|
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|3 Nov 97 to 5 Nov 97||Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld :: V594|
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|29 Oct 97 to 30 Oct 97||Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen :: V555|
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|25 Oct 97||Down Leisure Centre, Downpatrick :: V1108|
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|21 Oct 97 to 24 Oct 97||The Arts, Belfast :: V551|
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|16 Oct 97 to 18 Oct 97||Riverside Theatre, Coleraine :: V556|
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|9 Oct 97 to 11 Oct 97||Jersey Arts Centre, St Helier :: V868|
listing details L166421309
|7 Oct 97 to 8 Oct 97||Beau Sejour Theatre, St Peter Port :: V871|
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|30 Sep 97 to 4 Oct 97||Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596|
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|27 Sep 97||Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath :: V589|
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|22 Sep 97 to 23 Sep 97||East Kilbride Arts Centre, East Kilbride :: V1023|
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|4 Sep 97 to 20 Sep 97||The Tron, Glasgow :: V622|
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T01592327960 (GRIP97)Director Martin Richards. Company GRiP Theatre. Performer Kate Best. Performer Alistair Green. Performer Kathy Holmes. Performer Ian Ramage. Performer Dave Roberts. Performer Justin Woodgate. Performer Steven Yule. Design Max Scianna.
|4 Nov 97 to 22 Nov 97||Rose and Crown, Outer London :: V346|
listing details L257039066
T0873222488 (SITP97)Company Shakespeare in the Park. Director Philip Ayckbourn.
|to 25 Aug 97||General, Outer London :: V1087|
listing details L01989794650
|to 25 Aug 97||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T1239154293 (SHIRT97)Company Shirtsleeves Theatre Company.
|19 Aug 97 to 23 Aug 97||Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024|
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T487183922 (BRAVE97)Company Brave New World. Director Spencer Hinton.
|16 Apr 97 to 3 May 97||Jacksons Lane, Outer London :: V312|
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T1742338271 (LARK97)Company Larks Theatre Company.
|4 Mar 97 to 29 Mar 97||The Hen and Chickens Theatre Bar, Inner London :: V234|
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T1425518031 (RSC96)Company Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). Director Tim Albery. Performer Roger Allam. Performer Brid Brennan.
|31 Oct 96 to 27 Mar 97||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
listing details L2124722694
|9 May 96 to 5 Oct 96||Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V135|
listing details L1539174881
T01532454379 (FOX97)Company Planet Fox. Director Simon Bell.
|4 Mar 97 to 22 Mar 97||Landor Theatre, Inner London :: V254|
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T372501996 (CF97)Company Custard Factory Theatre Company.
|22 Mar 97||Harlequin Theatre, Northwich :: V474|
listing details L0710808524
|17 Mar 97||Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160|
listing details L0994468618
T01599468684 (DRAY97)Director Philip d'Orleans.
|10 Feb 97 to 9 Mar 97||Drayton Court Theatre, Outer London :: V352|
listing details L01485552265
T758145941 (COURT97)A new production suited to this small and intimate venue with the action and the audience merging.Director June Abbott. Design Leigh Malone. Lighting Giuliano Bocca.
|6 Feb 97 to 1 Mar 97||The Courtyard Theatre, Outer London :: V370|
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|4 Feb 97 to 1 Mar 97||Courtyard Theatre, Inner London :: V184|
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T0576549520 (WL96)Director Julian Anderson. Company Felis Sapiens.
|21 Nov 96 to 15 Dec 96||The White Lion, Outer London :: V368|
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T1928645603 (YTR96)Director John Doyle. Design Mark Bailey. Performer John Sharian. Performer Cory Pulman.
|18 Oct 96 to 16 Nov 96||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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T01347069336 (MAC96)Quentin Tarantion-Oliver Stone influenced reworking of the Scottish tragedyDirector Jeremy Raison.
|27 Sep 96 to 19 Oct 96||Forum Studio Theatre (formerly the Chester Gateway), Chester :: V468|
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|10 Apr 18 to 14 Apr 18||Old Rep, Birmingham :: V147|
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|27 Feb 18||Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680|
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|6 Feb 18||The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190|
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|30 Jan 18||The Rose Playhouse, Inner London :: V0290483190|
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|14 Oct 17 to 21 Oct 17||Garrick Theatre, Stockport :: V504|
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|16 Sep 17 to 20 Sep 17||LAMDA, Inner London :: V838624816|
listing details L01686353277
|11 Oct 16||Tiverton Community Arts Theatre, Tiverton :: V01747949986|
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|5 Oct 16 to 6 Oct 16||Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen :: V1274041426|
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|2 Sep 16 to 3 Sep 16||LAMDA, Inner London :: V838624816|
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|12 Apr 16 to 16 Apr 16||Repertory Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V123|
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|10 Oct 15||Kettering Arts Centre, Kettering :: V1907649472|
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|9 Oct 15||The Blake Theatre, Monmouth :: V01814889188|
listing details L0733865171
|22 Jul 15 to 25 Jul 15||New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London :: V341|
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|20 May 15 to 21 May 15||Create Theatre, Mansfield :: V01048169111|
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|14 May 15||The Arts Centre, Washington :: V1411|
listing details L01944223834
|19 Nov 14||Brixham Theatre, Brixham :: V884|
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|4 Feb 10 to 7 Feb 10||Camden People's Theatre, Inner London :: V176|
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|27 Nov 07 to 1 Dec 07||OFS Studio (previously known as Old Fire Station Theatre), Oxford :: V800|
listing details L2054450914
|13 Jul 04 to 21 Jul 04||Dolman Theatre, Newport :: V843|
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|17 Feb 04 to 6 Mar 04||Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167|
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|29 Sep 03||The Coro (Coronation Hall Theatre ), Ulverston :: V8|
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|26 Mar 03 to 12 Apr 03||Abbey Theatre, St Albans :: V50|
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|24 Jan 03||Ovalhouse, Inner London :: V239|
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|26 Sep 02 to 27 Sep 02||New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769|
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|22 Jul 02 to 24 Jul 02||South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre, Bracknell :: V731|
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|1 Feb 01||Maltings Arts Centre, St Albans :: V52|
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|28 Nov 00||Launceston College, Launceston :: V877|
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|22 Nov 00||Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928|
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|9 Nov 00 to 11 Nov 00||Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827|
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|30 Oct 00||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
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|10 Oct 00 to 14 Oct 00||Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952|
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|23 Apr 99||Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147|
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|20 Apr 99 to 24 Apr 99||Beacon Centre, Beaconsfield :: V413334698|
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|3 Feb 99 to 6 Feb 99||The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794|
listing details L0616343688
|3 Feb 99 to 6 Feb 99||The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794|
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|21 Jan 99||Capitol Horsham (formerly Horsham Arts Centre), Horsham :: V723|
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|12 Oct 98 to 17 Oct 98||Fox Theatre, Outer London :: V306|
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|9 Oct 98||Charles Cryer Studio Theatre, Outer London :: V293|
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|8 Oct 98 to 10 Oct 98||Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon :: V927|
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|17 Aug 98 to 30 Aug 98||Mumford Theatre, Cambridge :: V22|
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|3 Apr 98 to 4 Apr 98||The Angles Theatre and Arts Centre, Wisbech :: V29|
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|19 Mar 98||Hazlitt Arts Centre, Maidstone :: V683|
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|17 Feb 98 to 22 Feb 98||Burton Taylor Theatre, Oxford :: V799|
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|4 Feb 98||Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918|
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|28 Jan 98||Strode Theatre, Street :: V917|
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|18 Aug 97 to 21 Aug 97||Repton Open Air Theatre, Derby :: V1081|
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|22 Jul 97 to 30 Jul 97||General, Oxford :: V1095|
listing details L0862574136
|30 Apr 97||Newark Palace, Newark :: V455|
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|16 Apr 97||Turtle Key Arts, Inner London :: V252|
listing details L01124323099
|21 Mar 97 to 22 Mar 97||ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18|
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|5 Mar 97||Bridgwater Arts Centre, Bridgwater :: V921|
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|18 Nov 96 to 30 Nov 96||Camden People's Theatre, Inner London :: V176|
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|7 Nov 96 to 30 Nov 96||Mercury Theatre, Colchester :: V37|
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|5 Nov 96 to 9 Nov 96||OFS Studio (previously known as Old Fire Station Theatre), Oxford :: V800|
listing details L02146319011
|1 Nov 96||Guildhall, Brecon :: V853|
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|31 Oct 96||Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan :: V1004|
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|29 Oct 96 to 30 Oct 96||Torch Theatre, Milford Haven :: V820|
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|15 Oct 96 to 19 Oct 96||Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824|
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|11 Oct 96 to 12 Oct 96||Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea :: V833|
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|1 Oct 96 to 2 Oct 96||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
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|25 Sep 96||Wyeside Arts Centre, Builth Wells :: V850|
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|19 Aug 96 to 9 Sep 96||Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331|
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|6 Aug 96 to 21 Aug 96||Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369|
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|to 21 Aug 96||Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369|
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|to 30 Aug 97||General, Oxford :: V1095|
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|to 30 Aug 97||General, Oxford :: V1095|
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|to 18 Apr 98||Emery Theatre, Inner London :: V1158|
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