Presented by Second Age Theatre Company.
Ireland’s award winning classics company Second Age, is back with a production of one of Shakespeare’s greatest and bloodiest plays, The Tragedy of Macbeth.
Macbeth promises to be an arresting and heady take on one of the greatest tragedies of all time.
Fair is foul and foul is fair in the mind of this Macbeth from the fateful moment when he encounters Shakespeare’s Weird Sisters in this Second Age production which promises to marry muscular physicality with deep psychological exploration. Enter the mind of a dictator…
Directed by David Horan, whose Second Age production Dancing at Lughnasa was described by The Irish Times as ‘the best show in town’.
Join us for an evening of deception, madness, treachery and tragedy.
Do you want to hear what director and cast have to say about Macbeth?
David Horan (Director) Bryan Burroughs (Movement Director) and Lianne O'Shea (Assistant Director) discussing directing Macbeth.
Lianne O'Shea (Assistant Director) discusses the role of magic in the Second Age production of Macbeth with the witches: Will O'Connell, Bill Murphy and Gavin Fullam, and with Banquo, Enda Kilroy
Will Irvine (Macbeth) and Maeve Fitzgerald(Lady Macbeth) discuss with Lianne O'Shea their approach to playing Lord and Lady Macbeth in the Second Age Production.
'Exquisitely Realised' - Irish Times
'Overwhelmingly beautiful…Must be Seen' – Sunday Times
Click here for a full copy of The Sunday Times review
Date & Time
Wed 21* & Thu 22 Mar, 8pm
* Captioned and audio described performance on Wednesday 21 March at 8pm. Facilitated by Arts & Disability Ireland with funding from the Arts Council. For more information on assisted performances visit www.adiarts.ie/resources
€22 | Concession €20 | Groups of 10 or more €18