Is it simply justifiable as entirely due to an intervention by a trio of prophetic witches or can the encouragement of a cunning and ambitious wife take the blame?
Or is it just simply that time spent fighting another man's wars is time amplifying the beast within the man until he can only take the violent option?
A story of war, witchcraft and bloodshed, Macbeth also depicts the relationship between husbands and wives, and the risks they are prepared to take to achieve their desires.
|Alex Jarvis||Macduff's Son|
|Emma Kenny-Levick||Lady Macbeth|
|Emma Portus||Second Witch|
|Jasmine Warwick||First Witch|
|Martin Nowacki||Old Man|
|Micheal Dempsey||First Murderer|
|Rosie Closs||Third Witch|
|Sophie Konradsen||Second Murderer|
|Zoe Speakman||Lady Macduff|