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Macbeth

When:

Sat 24 Mar 2018, 1:30pm–4:15pm
Sun 25 Mar 2018, 7:00pm–9:45pm
Tue 27 Mar 2018, 11:30am–2:15pm
Wed 28 Mar 2018, 7:30pm–10:15pm
Fri 30 Mar 2018, 7:30pm–10:15pm

Where: Pop-up Globe Theatre, The Shakespeare Gardens, Ellerslie Racecourse, 80 Ascot Avenue, Ellerslie, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Platinum Reserve: $199.00
  • A Reserve: $129.00
  • B Reserve: $99.00
  • B Reserve (Restricted View): $79.00
  • C Reserve: $69.00
  • C Reserve (Restricted View): $49.00
  • Group Package: $199.00
  • D Reserve: $49.00
  • D Reserve (Restricted View): $39.00
  • Groundling: $10.00
  • Wheelchair and Companion Package: $10.00
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  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Pop-up Globe

Presented by the Pop-up Globe Southampton's Company.

“Blood will have blood…”

A haunting and timeless tragedy that explores the darkest corners of the human mind set in a world where the supernatural is real and the quickest way to the top is by murder. Macbeth, presented by Pop-up Globe’s mixed Southampton's Company sees darkness, chaos and conflict unfold.

Honoured for his heroic exploits defending Scotland from invasion and rebellion, Macbeth’s world is overturned when three witches prophesy that, amongst his future fortunes, he will one day become king.

Uncertain if they are being manipulated by supernatural forces or just fulfilling their natural destiny, Macbeth and his ambitious wife choose action over indecision – but murder is just the beginning of their descent into darkness, and holding onto power could end up costing them their sanity and their souls...

Shakespeare’s sublime exploration of ambition and the darkest depths of the human psyche, Macbeth is his most haunting and timeless tragedy.

Bringing together a stunning blend of male and female actors and musicians, the Southampton's Company are Pop-up Globe’s resident mixed company, working with top theatre experts worldwide to transport you 400 years into the past for the extraordinary experience of seeing Shakespeare’s plays performed in the space for which they were written.

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