Goaded by the whispers of demons, the Macbeths unleash murder for their own gains and set in motion their path to madness and self-destruction, unravelling events in a nightmare they cannot control.

With a cast of nine and designed by the creative team that brought you Dracula and The Odyssey, this dance theatre production realises a beautifully harrowing vision of an internal wasteland formed from the pursuit of power through ruthless means.

I’d be surprised if I saw a more entertaining piece of dance theatre this year. Kill for a ticket.” The Observer on Dracula

Cast, Creative and Creative
Guy Hoare – Lighting Designer
Dorothee Brodrück – Costume Designer
Phil Eddolls – Set Designer
Ben Dodds – Production Manager
Chelsey Thwaites – Technical Stage Manager

Eleanor Duval
Jonathan Goddard
Jordi Calpe Serrats
Stephen Berkeley-White
Christopher Thomas
Daisy West
Dominic Rocca
Hannah McGlashon
Carina Howard

Running time is approximately 1hr 20 mins plus interval.
Age suitability: 11+

Recorded music from Arvo Pärt and Krzysztof Penderecki.
There is no spoken word during the performance, but there are depictions of violent scenes. No nudity.

Mark Bruce

Mark Bruce has choreographed, directed and danced internationally for over 25 years, working with Rosas, Bern Ballet, Ballet Black, Introdans, Igloo, Probe, and DJazzex among others.

He formed the Mark Bruce Company in 1991. Productions include Moonlight Drive (1991), Lovesick (1995), Helen, Angel (1996), the celebrated collaboration with Polly Jean Harvey and John Parish titled Dance Hall At Louse Point (1997), Horse, Dive (1999), Sea of Bones (2006) Love and War (2010), Made in Heaven (2012) and Dracula (2013) which won the Sky Arts South Bank award for Dance, the National Dance Award for Best Male Dancer for Jonathan Goddard as Dracula, and the award for Best Independent Company. His most recent production was The Odyssey (2016).

Bruce has also worked in a variety of new media, screen and interactive stage productions with Ruth Gibson & Bruno Martelli of Igloo. He has written music for his own work and also for art installations and is published by Mute Song. His book of short stories, Blackout Zones was released in May 2010. His book on choreography and dance theatre is due to be published by Oberon this year.

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  • Schools £8
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