2hrs | Recommended age: 11+
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This full-scale production will enhance learning and critical analysis of the play.
Allow students to interact with the cast to increase the depth of their knowledge and amplify appreciation for alternative perspectives with an included question and answer session.
Only available in February and March 2023.
A show designed to support KS4 and KS5 students studying drama and English literature. Experience Macbeth as it was supposed to be, not on the page but the stage!
Set in the 11th century, a warworn Macbeth is told by three sisters that he is fated to become King of Scotland. So begins a series of events that lead to the destruction of Kings, friends, and souls as Macbeth, and his Lady, try to cling to the tainted crown.
Enjoy Shakespeare's classic tale as portrayed by William Shakespeare with sorcery, ghostly apparitions and spectacular sword fights!
Target age group: Students completing their GCSEs or A-Levels (although we think anyone above 11 could see this).
Length: 2 hours.
Number of performers: 10
Audience size limits: There are no limits to the number of students and teachers seeing the show. If they can fit into the space, they can watch.
Stage requirements: If you have a stage, we will look to use that. However, we are an adaptable bunch, so we usually find a way if this is not possible
Additional to the show: Q & A session included.
Price: £2375 plus VAT per show. Multi-show deals are available. A deposit of £150 plus VAT is required to secure the booking.
Workshops are available upon request at an additional cost.
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