by William Shakespeare
Directed by:
Saturday 17 to Saturday 24 March 2018
Mary Wallace Theatre

'Macbeth' is a play about fear. When first performed in 1606, belief in witches and supernatural intervention in the governance of the realm suggests that this play would have held a real sense of immediacy and danger for the audience. Today, it retains an aura of superstition, especially in theatrical circles. I hope to use theatrical techniques to allow the audience to share Macbeth's physical and metaphysical insecurity. On it simplest level, think 'The Woman in Black'.

John Buckingham


Richmond Shakespeare Society at The Mary Wallace Theatre
The Embankment, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3DU

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