The play's last appearance locally was the EODS Italian Gardens performance last summer. The dark tragedy tells of a Scottish general, Macbeth, who believes a prophecy told to him by three witches that he will one day become King. Macbeth hastens his fate by killing the incumbent King Duncan but is then driven to extreme tyranny to retain his crown. Wracked by guilt and paranoia and urged on by his wife, Lady Macbeth, he murders again and again in order to protect hs position.
Cineworld, Sat 20th Jul, 20:30.
Tickets £14.20 adult, £12.10 concessions, available online, by calling 0871 200 2000 or in person from the foyer.