William Shakespeare

 26th February - 7th March 2020

“When shall we three meet again in thunder, lightning, or in rain?”

Victorious from a bloody battle the triumphant Macbeth is greeted by the three weird sisters. Inspired and driven by their incredible prophecies he sets out on the path to conquer all. A story of ambition, leadership and belief.


Shakespeare’s supernatural and bloody Macbeth bursts on to the stage in this epic new ensemble production and features as the first production in our third year-long residency at Greenwich Theatre.

Macbeth is produced in association with The Greenwich Theatre and is part of our Greenwich Made / Greenwich Played residency.

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Dates  Feb 26th - March 7th 2020

Tue – Sat at 7.30pm, 

Tue, Thu and Sat matinee at 2.30pm

Venue The Greenwich Theatre
Tickets £25.00, £15.00, £10.00. 
£15.00 concessions on top price tickets.
Box Office  020 8858 7755
Run time 2hr including a 15 minute interval

Age recommendation 12+

Macbeth is suitable for patrons aged 12 and above.
Contains haze, gun shots, blood and scenes of violence. 

★★★★★ This remains a visionary company who have once again brought us a stunning and thoughtful adaptation. Not to be missed.”

View from the Gods on Tamburlaine

Aged 16 - 26?  50 tickets at a Fiver

In response to the decline in arts participation and in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of the Greenwich Theatre we shall be offering 50 tickets at each performance for just a Fiver to patrons aged 16 – 26.


Booking is easy – use the code "50@FIVER" when booking online or over the phone and collect your tickets with proof of age from the box office on the night you’re seeing the show. You can book a maximum of two tickets per transaction.


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Post Show Q&A

Terri Paddock is a theatre journalist, event producer and content and social media marketing strategist with over 20 years’ experience. Terri will be returning to chair the discussions. 

Macbeth Post Show Q&A; Tuesday 3rd March

Venue Greenwich Theatre

Tickets are free to all ticket holders for that evenings performance.

Images of Inspiration...

Cast and Creative

Cast:

Announced Shortly

Creative:

Written by William Shakespeare

Adapted and Directed by Ricky Dukes

★★★★★ "This production’s answer is to face the issues head on
and to pull no punches in examining them
" 

Entertainment Focus on Merchant of Venice

Did Shakespeare’s contemporaries believe in witches?

Carole Levin looks at witchcraft trials in the 16th century and considers their relation to the ‘weird sisters’ of Macbeth.

While king of Scotland, James VI became utterly convinced about the reality of witchcraft and its great danger to him, leading to trials that began in 1591. James was convinced that a coven of powerful witches was conspiring to murder him through magic, and that they were in league with the Devil

Read more about witchcraft and in the Elizabethan and Jacobean period with our friends at The British Library here.

★★★★★ “Lazarus Theatre productions never fail to grab you from the moment you enter the theatre”

One Stop Arts on The Spanish Tragedy

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