The Scottish Play, reinventedNo one does a good tragedy like Shakespeare. As one of the The Bard's darkest and most powerful plays, Macbeth has got it all: magic, sex, violence and buckets of blood. David Shopland's tense adaptation is a sparse and gripping view played out through the eyes of a grieving couple. This is not a story about war and witches, but the heartbreaking destruction of a marriage; as it crumbles, the visceral horror is piled on. Hold onto your seat.
Over 12s only. Concession tickets available to the over 65, people with disabilities, students and those on jobseekers allowance; you'll need to provide proof of eligibility on arrival. Running time approximately 2 hours 10 minutes. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted.