Macbeth at Oxford Castle Unlocked
Dates: 31st July – 12th August 2017– daily excluding Sundays
Company: Siege Theatre
“In a time of great turmoil, it is honour and loyalty that hold a nation together. When they are lost, everything else will crumble in on itself.”
Having watched a father wreck havoc on his own family in the name of honour and loyalty, in their 2015 production of Titus Andronicus, Siege Theatre then invited you to witnessed the inner conflict suffered by someone stripped of the same values in their 2016 version of The Tempest. Siege Theatre now rounds off this abstract trilogy of plays by bringing you Macbeth and the study of a nation’s obsession with the same two simple virtues.
In their 2017 production Siege Theatre draw out the conflict between honour and dishonour, loyalty and treachery. We invite you to watch, as souls are twisted out of all recognition and one by one the powers of evil breakdown the individual, their armies and ultimately brings a country to it’s knees.
The production, part of the Oxford Shakespeare Festival, will take place in the exquisite surroundings of the Oxford Castle courtyard. Performances start at 7.30pm. Ticket sell our fast so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.
- Seating will be provided and included in the ticket.
- Seats are not allocated – the seating system is on a first come first serve basis.
- All the performances starts at 7.30pm with gates opening at 7pm, and finishes at around 10.15pm.
- In case of adverse weather conditions, please check the wet weather plan below.
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Complement your theatre experience with one of our delicious picnic packs. If you are a group of more than 10 people please contact email@example.com to make your booking!
Please note Siege Production’s Wet Weather Policy