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Macbeth archiveThe Scottish Play - theatrical types consider saying its name to be unlucky! Thrust into power by his overwhelming desires and an over ambitious wife, Macbeth finds his only security is to murder and murder again. From "When shall we three meet again" to "is this a dagger I see before me" a powerful Shakespearean drama.

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Author: Shakespeare

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Archive listings for Macbeth (2024)

Work type: Play. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see Macbeth

T166181891

Shakespeare's brutal tragedy is given new life in this haunting, break-neck adaptation, retaining the intensity and intrigue of Macbeth in 80 high-octane minutes, with two award winning actors brilliantly and boldly bringing more than 20 roles to life.Producer ATG Creative Learning. Company Out of Chaos.
7 Jun 24Empire Theatre, Sunderland :: V577
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22 Mar 24Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
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8 Mar 24Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
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26 Jan 24Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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T01291300972

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.Presented byBox Clever Productions.
19 May 24 to 22 May 24Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167
listing details L01117821761

T1743905758

Producer V&L Productions. Adapted by Vince Matthews. Adapted by Liz Love.
9 Apr 24 to 13 Apr 24Jack Studio Theatre (previously Brockley Studio Theatre), Outer London :: V299
listing details L0488263055

T02051433462

Producer Wessex Grove. Producer Underbelly (in association with Shakespeare Theatre Company). Director Simon Godwin. Design Frankie Bradshaw. Adapted by Emily Burns. Lighting Jai Morjaria. Sound Christopher Shutt. Music Asaf Zohar. Sound Christopher Shutt. Sound Sam Clarkson. Director Lucy Cullingford (movement). Design Susanna Peretz (Hair / Make Up / Prosthetics). Director Kate Waters (fight). Director Amy Ball (CDG - casting). Director Ellie Collyer-Bristow (CDG - children's casting director). Performer Ralph Fiennes (Macbeth). Performer Indira Varma (Lady Macbeth). Performer Ben Allen (Ross). Performer Ewan Black (Malcolm). Performer Levi Brown (Angus). Performer Jonathon Case (Seyton). Performer Danielle Fiamanya (Second Witch). Performer Keith Fleming (King Duncan / Siward). Performer Michael Hodgson (Second Murderer). Performer Lucy Mangan (First Witch). Performer Jake Neads (First Murderer / Donalbain). Performer Richard Pepper (Lennox). Performer Steffan Rhodri (Banquo). Performer Rose Riley (Menteith). Performer Lola Shalam (Third Witch). Performer Rebecca Scroggs (Lady Macduff / Doctor). Performer Ethan Thomas (Fleance). Performer Ben Turner (Macduff).
10 Feb 24 to 30 Mar 24Canada Water, Outer London :: V01135548657
listing details L1341048800
13 Jan 24 to 27 Jan 24Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh :: V0493858481
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T685976482

Every performance of Macbeth is Audio Described.Director Amy Leach. Design Hayley Grindle.
5 Mar 24 to 23 Mar 24Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
listing details L01236995448

T1987097973

A visceral and contemporary new production that speaks to a world we find ourselves living in now, and asks why has Macbeth haunted our fears and nightmares for centuries and what lesson is this cautionary tale still urgently trying to communicate to us?Company English Touring Theatre (ETT). Director Richard Twyman. Design Basia Binkowska. Lighting Azusa Ono. Sound Tingying Dong. Director Kevin McCurdy (fight). Director Lotte Hines (casting). Performer Mike Noble (Macbeth). Performer Laura Elsworthy (Lady Macbeth). Performer Lola Aluko (Lennox). Performer Jasmine Elcock (Malcolm). Performer Brian Lonsdale (Banquo). Performer Guy Rhys (Macduff). Performer Coral Sinclair (Lady Macduff). Performer Ross Waiton (Duncan). Performer Leo Wan (Ross).
12 Mar 24 to 16 Mar 24Oxford Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
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5 Mar 24 to 8 Mar 24Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
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20 Feb 24 to 24 Feb 24Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
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25 Jan 24 to 10 Feb 24Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
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What Lies Beneath - T840365370

Commemorating Alexandra Palace's 150th, Macbeth: What Lies Beneath opens their historic basements to the public for two special promenade performances within the depths of the Palace.
29 Feb 24 to 1 Mar 24Alexandra Palace, Outer London :: V0521614631
listing details L1461378749

T641970315

Producer National Production Company Ltd.
28 Feb 24Waterside Arts Centre, Sale :: V0383692381
listing details L01125468696

T1490895590

?All the drama, intrigue and madness of The Scottish Play in 80 high-octane minutes with 20 characters brilliantly and boldly brought to life by just two actors.
20 Feb 24Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton :: V795
listing details L211008153

Other listings

22 May 24 to 25 May 24Headgate Theatre, Colchester :: V1974608517
listing details L01347284568
8 May 24 to 12 May 24Sleaford Playhouse Theatre, Sleaford :: V1015
listing details L212885032
10 Apr 24 to 13 Apr 24Penrith Playhouse Theatre, Penrith :: V01564283679
listing details L1427795875
8 Apr 24 to 13 Apr 24Norbury Theatre, Droitwich :: V01807609456
listing details L2755209
26 Mar 24Theatre Royal, Brighton :: V657
listing details L364614207
15 Feb 24 to 24 Feb 24The Miller Centre, Caterham :: V715
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