by William Shakespeare
Thursday 15 – Sunday 18 October &
Thursday 22 – Sunday 25 October, 2009
(no performances Monday 19 to Wednesday 21 October)
Venue: The Leper Chapel, Barnwell Junction, Newmarket Road, Cambridge
‘Blood will have blood’
A remarkable study in personal and political violence and its effect on the human soul, this intense two-hander was first performed by Richard Spaul and Bella Stewart, in 2003.
Claustrophobic and bloody, in the superbly eerie atmosphere of The Leper Chapel, this is the scariest Macbeth you’re ever likely to see.
NB: There is no parking at the Chapel – parking is available on nearby streets. There are no toilets and access is difficult for less-abled people.