Ian Sandison - in situ: Be Absolute For Death

Be Absolute For Death

Date: Thursday 13 – Saturday 15 July, 2017 Time: 8:00pm Venue: The Leper Chapel, Cambridge | Map Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions) available in advance and from 7.30pm at the venue. Book now An exploration of Shakespeare’s great problem play, Be Absolute for Death is a new work, cutting and pasting Shakespeare’s text into exciting new Read more about Be Absolute For Death[…]

Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Hamlet, perhaps Shakespeare’s most enigmatic tragedy. Over its 16-year history, in situ: has produced many remarkable interpretations of Shakespeare. A world of mirrors in Twelfth Night. Fantasy, vaudeville and horror in The Winter’s Tale. The nightmarish world of abused and broken dolls in Macbeth. We dig out what is most relevant, powerful and unsettling in Read more about Hamlet by William Shakespeare[…]

King Lear

by William Shakespeare: Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy. An aged king gives away his kingdom and begins a harrowing journey of loss and displacement – loss of home, self-esteem and finally sanity. With its famous scenes of storms and wilderness and its extremes of human suffering and cruelty, King Lear was described by A.C. Bradley as being Read more about King Lear[…]

Macbeth

MACBETH: one of the most frightening and gripping plays ever written. A nightmarish world of bloodshed, war and political violence. in situ:’s vocally and visually compelling new production of Shakespeare’s bloody masterpiece opens on a devastated landscape. A crazed woman is dancing amongst the rubble – the spectacle cases, the photographs, the hair, the ashes, Read more about Macbeth[…]