|Starts:||13:00 26 March 2018|
|Ends:||14:00 26 March 2018|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||Martin Harris Centre|
|How much:||£10 (full) / £5 (under 16)|
|Who is it for:||Secondary schools|
Performance 1pm - 2pm
Workshops 2.15pm - 3pm
Join award-winning 1623 Theatre as they chart the journey of literature’s most famous deadly duo, in this hour-long adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
From the initial prophecy of Macbeth becoming King to their untimely demise, this story will thrill audiences.
This performance has been designed specifically for school groups and compliments the requirements for the GCSE English Literature programme of study.
This performance is aimed at School Groups
Running time is 1 hour
Following the performances, 1623 are offering bespoke practical drama workshops to further explore the central themes and moments from the piece. These are subject to availability and limited to 30 participants per session.
Bringing Shakespeare to Life (Page-to-Stage)
Macbeth Symbolism (Blood/Guilt)
Macbeth Themes (Witchcraft/Supernatural)
This production is recommended for ages 11+
A 10% group discount is available for schools/groups.
1 free adult supervisor ticket for every 10 paying students
A FREE Teacher’s Resource pack is available for this performance. To receive your copy please contact Emma Rayner on 0161 275 8950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited so book your school’s place now. To book call 0161 275 8950.
Price: £10 (full) / £5 (under 16)
John Thaw Studio Theatre
Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama
0161 275 8950