Peterborough Central Park: Tuesday 11th - Saturday 15th July 2017
Waterton Arms, Deeping St James: Thursday 20th July
Crowland Abbey: Friday 21st July
Moonhenge, Wood Walton: Saturday 22nd July
All performances begin at 7:30pm
Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a play well-known to many of us, perhaps even going back to our school days where we suffered the slings and arrows of English teachers’ endless analyses of the power-crazed Monarch and his various treacheries, his over-ambitious queen and her descent into madness, and the weird sisters’ prophesies and exactly how a man could qualify as being “no woman’s son”.
The play is brought to life in Peterborough Central Park and on tour this summer, when Mask Theatre bring you their annual Shakespearean offering. Action-packed and full of emotion, this Shakespearean play takes no prisoners! (Note: contains scenes of graphic violence).