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    Macbeth by William Shakespeare

    • SHOWING
    • 22 Feb -
      07 Apr 2018
      22 Feb - 07 Apr 2018
    About

    Director Adele Thomas / Set & Costume Designer Anisha Fields / Sound Designer Max Pappenheim / Lighting Designer Matthew Graham / Movement & Fight Director Kev McCurdy

    Macbeth speaks to a world we find ourselves living in now; a world in which politicians lie to our faces but no one can plaster over the truth that the planet is threatening to turn on us.

    I pull in resolution and begin
    To doubt th’equivocation of the fiend
    That lies like truth.

    Exposing the fragility of the human notions of language and destiny, Macbeth conjures something bloody and primal. Battling elemental forces and their own blind ambition, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are at odds with the natural world, haunted by three unearthly witches and inspired to commit terrible, unnatural acts. Their quest for power for power’s sake leads their bodies and minds to turn against them.

    We are delighted that Adele Thomas’s production of Macbeth is the first
    in our inaugural Factory Company season, followed by Mike Tweddle’s
    direction of A View From the Bridge. For this groundbreaking season of
    dynamic work, Tobacco Factory Theatres will become home to its own
    ensemble of incredible actors. The season will also incorporate a series
    of events connecting the productions with our local community, artists
    and audiences.

    RHS_logo_left aligned_black cmyk is proud to support Tobacco Factory Theatres as it stages this production and the Get Involved activity

    • RUNNING TIMEApprox. 2hrs 30mins (inc. interval)
    • TICKETSFrom £12 (limited availability). Please select Buy Tickets for more details.
    • VENUE

    AGE RECOMMENDATION 12+ (contains scenes of a violent nature)

    TIMES

    7.30pm / Tue 27 February 7pm

    Matinees Thu & Sat 2pm

    No show Sun

    Performances on Thu 22 – Mon 26 February are Previews.

    EXPLORE WORKSHOP FOR SCHOOLS
    Book a discounted schools workshop that explores the themes of the show.

    Reviews
    • ****

      "Adele Thomas has a particular flair for ensemble work"

      The Observer on Adele Thomas’s direction of The Oresteia at The Globe
    • ****

      "In the capable hands of director Adele Thomas, it flies"

      The Telegraph on Adele Thomas’s direction of The Knight of the Burning Pestle

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