Re-imagined as a cold war nightmare, and in a world where evil is ordered by quiet men in white collars, horn rimmed glasses and brown overcoats, Macbeth is a senior operative in the stiflingly shabby world of the secret police. Consumed by paranoia and double-think, he manoeuvres his way to the top of the service with whispered conversations in corridors, violence in the shadows and by trusting nobody.

Perhaps a slightly different production to what you would expect from Buckle Up Theatre - not a new play and certainly not a comedy.

This is a highly charged, physical performance involving transformation of objects and actors in multi-role, something Buckle Up Theatre specialise in.

This production toured to Lithuania as part of the 'Nation's Wings' festival in Telsiai, Lithuanian City of Culture 2016.



by William Shakespeare



 

"There's daggers in men's smiles"

★★★★

"I FOUND MYSELF SITTING ON THE

EDGE OF THE CHAIR"

-Pocket Size Theatre

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