Scotland, attacked by Norway, splintered into rebellion, carpeted with the dead, is close to ruin. As the Lords and Ladies feast in lavish dining halls, feral children roam the streets. A dark power has been awoken.
Vaulting ambition may give Macbeth the crown, but it will come at a terrible cost to both himself, his wife and the country.
d’Overbroeck’s Drama department presents a bold, dynamic and ambitious staging of Shakespeare’s most frightening play, performed by students from across the school. Our students have all been dedicated to rehearsals since before half term and are excited to get up on stage and show off their acting ability and interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.
Containing violence, blood, loud noises and scenes that some may find disturbing, this production may not be suitable for very young children. There are very limited tickets still available, please contact email@example.com.
The production will be held at The Cohen Hall at 7pm on the following days:
- Tuesday 3 December
- Wednesday 4 December
- Thursday 5 December
- Friday 6 December
D'Overbroeck's provides facilities for students to explore their interests in the performing arts and also runs a Drama A-Level
programme for its sixth form students.