Directed by Hal Chambers By William Shakespeare
24 Oct 2019-9 Nov 2019
Shakespeare's fierce thriller is reimagined with raw power by Reading Between the Lines, in a production where women come to the fore.
RBL make a bold return to breathing life into Shakespeare's works and welcome you back into the stunning Minster church in central Reading.
Expect haunting imagery, thrilling fight sequences and chilling original music. Inspired by Killing Eve, and the tone of many a modern horror movie, this Macbeth will be one you won't want to miss.
Reimagined and directed by RBL's associate director, Hal Chambers (Conquerer's Trilogy), Composed by Harry Smith (AKA drum and bass 'DJ Demigroove') and designed by Emily Leanord (Henry V, Barn Theatre Cirencester). Featuring a hugely experienced acting company, led by Jessica Baglow (BBC's Gentleman Jack, Shakespeare's Globe).
Suitable for audience 12+
Contains scenes of violence.
Adult ticket £20 - £25 incl booking fee
Concessions £17 - £22 incl booking fee
Reading Festival sponsored Tuesdays £10
Concessions are available for: disabled (1 registered carer free), NEET, +65, equity, student
School Group student/teacher ticket £13
(Contact box office to book school group tickets)
Box office tel: 07917 673 370
Matinees at 2pm and evening shows at 7pm. Seating is unallocated and the doors will be open 30 minutes before the show.
The matinee show on Saturday 2nd Nov at 2pm will be a relaxed performance, perfect for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment, including those with an autism spectrum condition or learning disability.
Minster of St Mary The Virgin Church
Chain Street, Reading, RG1 2HX
Minster of St Mary the Virgin Church is a 10-minute walk from Reading Station and bus routes.
Parking is available at all town centre car parks, the nearest is a 5-minute walk.