Macbeth will entertain outdoors across Gwent
THE Lord Chamberlain’s Men return to Raglan Castle, Chepstow Castle and Caerleon Roman Amphitheatre, with their all-male production of Shakespeare’s devastating and gripping thriller Macbeth.
At only two hours, Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s shortest texts, but it contains some of his most famous lines, such as” “Out damned spot– out I say”, “Double, double, toil and trouble.” and “Is this a dagger I see before me?” Mark Puddle, the company’s founder and creative director, says Macbeth has everything: a tragic love story, a lust for power and a drunken porter, as well as fights, ghosts and plenty of blood!
“We are lucky enough to visit three of South Wales’ most picturesque venues, steeped in their own personal history.
“This production is incredibly accessible to all. It’s a great way for kids to access one of Shakespeare’s best-known plays.”
Ticket Information Chepstow Castle Chepstow Friday June 8, at 7.30pm Box office 01291 623772 Adult £12.50 Child £7.50 (Tickets from Chepstow Tourist Information Centre) Caerleon Roman Amphitheatre Caerleon, Nr Newport Thursday June 7, at 7.30pm Box office 01633 422656 Adult £12.50 Child £7.50 (Tickets from Caerleon Tourist Information Centre) Raglan Castle Monmouthshire Wednesday June 6, at 7.30pm Box Office: 01600 775257 Adult £12.50 Child £7.50 (Tickets from Monmouth Tourist Information Centre)
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