Macbeth

Macbeth

September 2019
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Passion, ambition and desire ignite in Shakespeare’s thrilling tragedy.

Blazing with tension, energy and passion, experience a powerful new interpretation of Macbeth, the Watermill Ensemble’s boldest production to date. Fuelled by greed, ambition and desire, the Macbeths’ desperation to survive is reflected in the fierce reverberations of Johnny Cash, The xx and The Rolling Stones.

The Watermill Theatre’s previous visits to Oxford include The Wipers Times and Twelfth Night in the Bodleian Quadrangle.

Listen to the playlist here

Please note, this production contains smoke, haze and the use of e-cigarettes

Duration: 2 hours 15mins with interval

  • Wed 18 Sep 7:30 PM Captioned

    Captioned performances are excellent for people who are deaf, deafened and hard of hearing. In these performances, the text of the performance is displayed above and to the side of the stage. They may also be of interest for those whose first language isn’t English and for anyone who finds it helpful to follow the text during a show.

    £30.00/£21.00/£15.00/£10.00
  • Thu 19 Sep 2:30 PM £30.00/£21.00/£15.00/£10.00
  • Thu 19 Sep 7:30 PM £30.00/£21.00/£15.00/£10.00
  • Fri 20 Sep 8:00 PM £30.00/£21.00/£15.00/£10.00
  • Sat 21 Sep 2:30 PM Audio Described

    Audio described performances are designed for blind or partially sighted audience members. Via headphones, a live narrator describes the action in the pauses between the onstage dialogue.  Touch tours accompany audio described performances

    £30.00/£21.00/£15.00/£10.00
  • Sat 21 Sep 7:30 PM £30.00/£21.00/£15.00/£10.00

Book Tickets

  • Wed 18 September 7:30 PM
  • Thu 19 September 2:30 PM
  • Thu 19 September 7:30 PM
  • Fri 20 September 8:00 PM
  • Sat 21 September 2:30 PM
  • Sat 21 September 7:30 PM

The Watermill Theatre productions

UK Tour supported by The Sheepdrove Trust

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Paul Hart
Designed by Katie Lias
Movement by Tom Jackson Greaves
Musical Direction by Maimuna Memon
Lighting by Tom White
Sound by David Gregory
Video projection design by Louise Rhoades-Brown

Age guideline 10+

Post show talk: Wednesday

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