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Macbeth: Theatr Hafren, Mid Wales

September 30, 2011

Icarus Theatre Collective in association with The Kings Theatre and South Hill Park Arts Centre present Macbeth

Friday 30th, Sep, 1st Oct 2011 7:45PM
Newtown

“Something wicked this way comes… The vicious, barbaric undercurrent in Shakespeare’s epic tragedy surfaces in this kinetic, blood-thirsty production. Unrivalled on the battlefield, Macbeth is rewarded with rank and favour by a grateful king. But with each enemy butchered to serve his vaulting ambition, Macbeth’s lust for power takes a more menacing grip. Lauded as one of the most fearless touring companies in the UK, Icarus’ new production goes straight for the jugular. Expect inventive performances and original live music.”

Find out more at Theatr Hafren

 

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