Something wicked this way comes ... S4K's MACBETH returns in 2014

Selected UK dates for the 2014 tour on S4K's MACBETH have been released.

macbeth 200.jpgThe show - presented by S4K International in association with the Fairfield Halls, Croydon - will open at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon on Tuesday 14 January 2014 (7.30pm) followed by two day-time performances on Wednesday 15 January 2014 (10am & 1.30pm). 

Further day-time dates (10.30am & 1.30pm) at The Hawth, Crawley (Thursday 16 January); Regent Theatre, Ipswich (Friday 17 January); Wyvern Theatre, Swindon (Monday 20 January); Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton (Tuesday 21 January); The Lowry, Salford (Wednesday 22 January); Middlesbrough Theatre (Thursday 23 January*); Sands Centre, Carlisle (Friday 24 January).

*An extra date has been added for Middlesbrough on our return from the Gulf in February, when we are also performong three shows in Ellesmere Port. 

Tickets are £12 for students 16 and under, £20 for adults. As usual, teachers go FREE on the basis of one free ticket for every 10 students. Tickets are available via theatre box offices from September.

All touring dates can be found via this link.

The brand new production will tour theatres during January and February and includes overseas dates across the Arabian Gulf with dates in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Qatar and Oman.

In Dubai - the company return to the Centrepoint Theatre, DUCTAC for the seventh time - with performances from Monday 3 February - Wednesday 5 February at 8.45am & 11.45am, and on Thursday 6 February at 8.45am & 6.00pm.

The show is produced by Julian Chenery & Carolyn Chenery for S4K International in association with the Fairfield Halls, Croydon. The Director is Julian Chenery; Musical Director is Michael Webborn; and Choreography by Helen Jeckells. 

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Auditions will be held during October 2013. Full details will be published in THE STAGE and via SPOTLIGHT during September 2013.

What they say about us:

S4K ROMEO: "The Tennant/Hamlet effect will introduce some to the Bard - but it is companies like this who do the real work. They make it accessible without dumbing down too much and show that Shakespeare is not someone to fear."