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The Tragedy of Macbeth

25 Sep to 20 Nov 2021

Almeida Theatre

Yaël Farber directs James McArdle and Saoirse Ronan, in an elemental production about a world in transformation, the shadows in all of us, and one couple's spine-chilling quest for power.
The Tragedy of Macbeth at the Almeida Theatre

Image courtesy Almeida Theatre

Show details

Synopsis


"Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires."


A little later than now, in the ruins of a theatre, three witches make a prophecy.


A warrior and his wife enter the darkness.


A war begins.


Background information, advisory warnings


Age suitability: Not available


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Theatre


Name:


Postal address:
1 Almeida Street
London N1 1TA

Box office tel: 020 7359 4404

Box office email: -

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Dates


Previews from:Saturday 25 September 2021

Press night:Tuesday 5 October 2021

Closes:Saturday 20 November 2021

Performance days & times


Evening:
To be advised

Matinee:
-

Running time: To be confirmed

Tickets


Standard:
To be advised

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Cast


Includes ...

James Mcardle

Saoirse Ronan


Creatives


Author: William Shakespeare
Composer: Tom Lane
Director: Yaël Farber
Designer: Soutra Gilmour
Costume designer: Joanna Scotcher
Lighting: Tim Lutkin
Movement: Emily Terndrup

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