Theatres in London are currently closed.
In the West End, the closure will continue up to and including 28 June 2020 (announced on 5 May).
The show below will not currently be playing and is scheduled to close by 28 June 2020 (when theatres might reopen - this is subject to confirmation).
Original performance dates are given below and reflect any changes we have received.
Closed 29 Feb 2020
Queen's Theatre Hornchurch
Image courtesy Queen's Theatre Hornchurch
Battles. Murder. Ghosts. And desire …
Three witches on a heath have a disturbing prophecy for a victorious warrior.
Macbeth will be king of Scotland.
As this wicked seed is planted, daring Macbeth and his determined wife Lady Macbeth draw bloody daggers and set out on a fateful path.
But seizing the crown comes at a terrible price, as guilt grows, enemies draw close and the fight for survival hurtles towards a tragic conclusion …
This epic and intensely terrifying period version of Shakespeare's most regal and timeless classic warns of the effects of political ambition on those who seek power for its own sake.
Directed by Douglas Rintoul, following his acclaimed productions of Much Ado About Nothing and UK tour of The Crucible - 'serious theatre, seriously done'(The Stage) - and after this Summer's highlight adaptation of As You Like It: A Queen's Theatre Hornchurch partnership with the National Theatre.
Background, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Not available
This co-production with Derby Theatre follows the successful collaborations on Abigail's Party, Abi and One Man, Two Guvnors.
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Hornchurch RM11 1QT
Performance days & times
Tue - Thu
£19 | £23.50 | £27 (+ 65p QNew Transformation Fee)
Fri & Sat
£21.50 | £26 | £29 (+ 65p QNew Transformation Fee)
£8 | Under 26s (Collection only - Must show proof of age)
SCHOOL TICKETS: £10 schools (1 free teacher per 10 students, plus access to learning pack
All performances will have a Recorded Audio Description from 11 Feb
Live Audio Description on Sat 22 Feb
Rikki Chamberlain - Angus/ Porter
Martin Johnson - Duncan/Doctor/Old Man
Adam Karim - Banquo
Danielle Kassaraté - Lady Macduff/ 2nd Witch
Daniel Kendrick - Captain/Seyton
Colette McNulty - 3rd Witch/Donalbain/ Murderer 2/ Youn soldier
David Nellist - Ross/Murderer 1
Ewan Somers - Macduff
Phoebe Sparrow - Lady Macbeth
Paul Tinto - Macbeth
Connie Walker - 1st Witch/Gentlewoman
Tilda Wickham - Malcolm
Author: William Shakespeare
Director: Douglas Rintoul
Designer: Ruari Murchison
Lighting: Daniella Beattie
Sound: Paul Falconer
Fight director: Bethan Clark
Production: A Queen's Theatre Hornchurch and Derby Theatre production