Southwark Playhouse’s acclaimed annual Shakespeare for younger audiences returns in 2016 with Macbeth.
Pared back to a rapid-fire 75 minutes, this will be an exciting, immersive and interactive production of Shakespeare’s classic play, combining dynamic ensemble performances with the vibrancy of Shakespeare’s language to tell this tragic tale of ambition and greed.
The production will be directed by Amy Draper, whose recent work includes These Trees are Made of Blood and Usagi Yojimbo at Southwark Playhouse as well as assistant directing on The Famous Victories of Henry V for the RSC.
Alongside performances for schools, we are very excited to be able to offer two performances for family audiences. Aimed at audiences aged 10 – 100, this promises to be a memorable experience for the whole family.
Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £8 concessions (children and full time students)
Please note this venue is not wheelchair accessible. If you have any access requirements please inquire at the box office.
If you are a teacher and interested in attending a schools performance, please contact our Youth and Community Director David Workman at
firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
This production is kindly supported by The Topinambour Trust, The Peter Minet Trust and The Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.
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