International Theatre Tours

The S4K Theatre Companyfirst toured internationally in 2007 witha highly succesful production of S4K's A Midsummer Night's Dream(see a review here )in Dubai, one of the first overseas companies to visit the Centrepoint Theatre, DUCTAC.

The company has also visited Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Bahrain, Syria (the firstBritish theatre company to do so), Qatar, the Republic of Irelandand Gibraltar.S4K Education has worked extensively in the UK, Europe and across the Arabian Gulf.

2007 - S4K's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Dubai, Sharjah)

2008 - S4K's HAMLET (Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain)

2008 - S4K's THE TEMPEST (Gibraltar)

2009 - S4K's ROMEO AND JULIET (Dubai, Sharjah, Syria, Bahrain, Gibraltar)

2010 - S4K's MACBETH (Bahrain,Sharjah, Dubai, Gibraltar)

2011 - S4K's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM(Bahrain, Dubai, Abu Dhabi)

2012 - S4K's ROMEO AND JULIET (Bahrain, Qatar, Dubai, Abu Dhabi)

2013 - S4K's THE TEMPEST (Bahrain, Qatar, Dubai, Abu Dhabi)

2014 - S4K's MACBETH (Bahrain, Qatar, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Oman)

S4K's Macbeth - International Touring Dates 2014

S4K's MACBETH 2014

Dates and performance times for our international touring production of S4K's MACBETH will appear here.




S4K return to the Centrepoint Theatre, DUCTAC, Mall of the Emirates (next to the Ski Slope / Al Barsha) for 8 performances, seven of which areduring the day time for schools audiences (though members of the public may also attend), withone 'public'evening show on Thursday 6 February 2014.

MON 3 FEB - 08.45 / 11.45

TUE 4 FEB - 08.45 / 11.45

WED 5 FEB - 08.45 / 11.45

THU 6 FEB - 08.45 / 18.00

Tickets in Dubai are AED 150.

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What they say about us:

S4K MACBETH: "Julian Chenery and Matt Gimblett have worked hard to achieve their aim of making Shakespeare appeal to all and they have succeeded with this production, if the cheers of the children and adults in the audience were anything to go by."