Overview

By William Shakespeare translated in Gaelic by Ian MacDonald with David Walker and Catriona Lexy Campbell.
Directed by Liz Carruthers. Visual design by Jamie Wardrop.

A vision of a dystopian, superstitious tribal Scotland. The Macbeth couple rise to power by brutal bloody means leading to their inevitable downfall hold up in their bunker. Suitable for non-Gaelic Speakers.

 “This powerful new one-hour adaptation, translated into richly atmospheric Gaelic.  A two-person format throws fierce emphasis onto the blighted and deteriorating relationship between Macbheatha and his wife.   Superb, passionate and driven performances, sexually charged and blazing with ambition.”  – ****Scotsman

Summerhall, view map
11 - 24 Aug (not 18 Aug), 14:00

£12.50 / £9.00 conc

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Summerhall

  • 11 - 24 Aug (not 18 Aug), 14:00

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