8 - 29 February 2020

Holy Trinity Church, Guildford High Street

Evenings 7.30pm | Matinees 2.30pm
Wednesdays (12, 19, 26 Feb)
Saturdays (15, 22, 29 Feb)

Post-Show Discussion 20 Feb
Audio Described 29 Feb, 2.30pm

Full £26.50 | Concessions £23.50
Under 16s £16.50 | Family £78 (2 full, 2 under 16)
Previews £18.50 (all adult tickets)
Schools £15 per pupil Contact Education

Student Standby £10 (Mon-Wed, subject to availability)

Running Time, including interval:
2 hrs 30 mins (approx.)


"Something wicked this way comes..."

As a bloody war draws to its conclusion, the celebrated warrior Macbeth and his ambitious wife, are propelled headfirst into a chilling quest for ultimate power, fuelled by supernatural powers beyond their control.

The war maybe over, but the battle for the throne has only just begun...

Shakespeare's super-charged thriller is one of theatre's best-loved plays of all time. Last staged by GSC in 2003, we're delighted to that this brand new production is directed by Charlotte Conquest and designed by Neil Irish, who worked together on our last two celebrated winter seasons, Romeo & Juliet and Measure for Measure.

The cast will be announced later in the Autumn

Relive our 2013 production

Macbeth 2013 (c) Steve Porter


CHARLOTTE CONQUEST has been collaborating with GSC since 2009. Her most recent hit with GSC was summer 2019's Twelfth Night. Since then she has been the Associate Director on PRSIM, starring Robert Lindsay and Tara Fitzgerald. Charlotte's previous work includes West Yorkshire Playhouse, Hampstead Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath, Exeter Northcott, resident director for The National Theatre and assistant director at the RSC.

NEIL IRISH has designed over 20 shows for GSC, including all of those in 2019. Neil's designs have been seen nationally and international including the Royal Academy of Music, Opera Holland Park, New Zealand Opera, Hong Kong and New York.

MARK DYMOCK's recent lighting designs include One Man, Two Guv'nors (New Wolsey/Nuffield Theatre), regional premieres of Once and Clydebourne Park, as well as numerous shows at The Watermill and Derby Theatres.

MATT EATON has been Sound Designer on 17 GSC's shows. He is also a composer and sound artist, whose work has been heard on Channel 4, BBC Three, Nintendo Games and at The Trafalgar Studios and Jermyn Street Theatre.

ANETT BLACK is the Associate Designer on Macbeth, and has worked on 14 of our previous shows.

INDIANA LOW-COLLINS is Associate Diretor for Macbeth. Indiana is GSC's trainee Assistant Director and Producer, a permanent member of the GSC team.

You can read their full biographies in the Souvenir Programme available at every performance of MACBETH.

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