by William Shakespeare

Performing: Apr 2022

Director: Sarah Gray/Mark Burridge

Artwork for Macbeth 2022
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Performances

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Date/ TimeVenueIndoor/ OutdoorFood/ Drink Avail-able?Tickets OnlineTickets In PersonTickets By Phone
Mon 14th Mar 2022 7:30pmBrockdish - The Old Kings HeadIndoorDrinks only01379 668843
Thu 17th Mar 2022 7:30pmDiss Corn HallIndoorFood and drinkthecornhall.co.uk01379 652241
Fri 18th Mar 2022 7:30pmBungay - The Fisher Theatre

Performance at St Mary’s Church

IndoorNone (see 'Picnics permitted?' for whether you may bring your own)fishertheatre.org01986 897130
Sat 19th Mar 2022 7:30pmBungay - The Fisher Theatre

Performance at St Mary’s Church

IndoorNone (see 'Picnics permitted?' for whether you may bring your own)fishertheatre.org01986 897130
Tue 22nd Mar 2022 7:30pmHartismere SchoolIndoorNone (see 'Picnics permitted?' for whether you may bring your own)buytickets.at
Thu 24th Mar 2022 7:30pmBeccles Public Hall & TheatreIndoorDrinks onlybecclespublichall.co.uk01502 770060
Sat 26th Mar 2022 2:30pmSir John Mills TheatreIndoorDrinks onlyeasternangles.co.uk01473 211498
Sat 26th Mar 2022 7:30pmSir John Mills TheatreIndoorDrinks onlyeasternangles.co.uk01473 211498
Fri 1st Apr 2022 7:30pmHalesworth - The CutIndoorDrinks onlynewcut.org03003 033211
Sat 2nd Apr 2022 7:30pmWingfield BarnsIndoorDrinks onlywingfieldbarns.com01379 384505
Sun 3rd Apr 2022 7:30pmWingfield BarnsIndoorDrinks onlywingfieldbarns.com01379 384505

Our production of Macbeth originally scheduled for last autumn had to be postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.  This is a great sadness to us as it was intended to mark an important event.  RoughCast turned 20 last year and putting on Macbeth would have brought us full circle as it was the first play we performed.  Because of other commitments, it has had to be delayed until this spring.

 

“Light thickens,  

And the crow makes wing to the rooky wood. 

Good things of day begin to droop and drowse; 

While night’s black agents to their preys do rouse.” 

 

Scottish general Macbeth fresh from his greatest and bloodiest triumph receives a prophecy from three witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders King Duncan and takes the Scottish throne. Wracked with guilt and paranoia he hangs on to his throne until the bitter and bloody end. RoughCast return, bringing their trademark clear and fast-paced story-telling to Shakespeare’s most gothic and gory tragedy.