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Cordial Productions present Macbeth at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre

Macbeth at The Lion and Unicorn TheatreCORDIAL PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS ‘MACBETH’ by William Shakespeare
By the pricking of my thumbs, 
Something wicked this way comes.
Cordial Productions present Shakespeare’s chilling tragedy, Macbeth. Lured by witchcraft, a great warrior and his formidable lady wife are undone by raw ambition and the most unnatural of acts – to kill a King. Join us for an intimate portrayal of murder and madness.

What’s done cannot be undone.

Creative
Stuart Clarke – Artistic Director/Director
Mark Terry – Assistant Director
Nate Gibson – Set Design/Costume Design
Henry Martin – Acting Stage Manager (Actor & Stage Manager)
Steve Culnane – Sound Design

Cast
Stuart Clarke – Macbeth
Cristina Dohmen – Lady Macbeth
John Irvine – Duncan/Doctor
Timothy Weston – Malcolm
Yinka Awoniyi – Macduff/Murderer
Rebecca Bell – Lady Macduff/Weird Sister
JR May – Banquo
Daniel Jackson – Lennox/Murderer
Mehemet Eje – Ross/Murderer
Karlina Grace – Weird Sister/Gentlewoman
Siobhan Cha Cha – Weird Sister/Daughter (of Macduff)
Henry Martin – Various

Previous Reviews for Cordial Productions work: “an arresting depiction of loneliness and loathing that will loiter in the mind for a long time” EVENING STANDARD

Listings Information
Macbeth
The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
42-44 Gaisford Street
Kentish Town
London, NW5 2ED
Tuesday 15th September – Saturday 10th October
Tues – Sat 7.30pm Sat matinee 3.30pm
Tickets: £19 (Standard)/£15 (Concessions)
Box Office: 08444 77 1000
www.ticketweb.co.uk

For more information, visit:
www.lionandunicorntheatre.com

Twitter: @lionandunicorn

Wednesday 2nd September 2015

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