Macbeth: Ralph Fiennes & Indira Varma

Stage on Screen | (12A) | 154 minutes |
8th June 2024

Sat 8 Jun | 7.30pm | Screen One | Tickets £16.50 / £14.50
154 mins | 12A | Includes One Interval

Tony and BAFTA Award winner Ralph Fiennes (Antony & Cleopatra, Schindler’s List, Coriolanus) and Olivier Award winner Indira Varma (Present Laughter, Game of Thrones, Luther) star in a brand-new ‘full-voltage visceral’ (★★★★ Daily Telegraph) production of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

Filmed live at Dock X, a custom-built theatre space in London, this critically acclaimed staging of Macbeth ‘that quickens the pulse, then goes for the jugular’ (★★★★ Financial Times) will be unmissable on the big screen. Directed by Simon Godwin (Antony & Cleopatra, Romeo & Juliet, Hansard¬) with set and costume design by Frankie Bradshaw (Jerusalem, Blues for an Alabama Sky), this is a cinematic and ‘beautifully staged’ (★★★★ WhatsOnStage) production that brings ‘Shakespeare’s tragedy pulsing into the present day’ (★★★★★ The I).

Macbeth is coming. A couple corrupted by their relentless lust for power have blood on their hands. Witness the gripping tale of greed, murder, deception, and superstition in cinemas for a limited time only. Once you cross the line, you can never turn back.

‘’Macbeth contains sequences of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.’

DATES & TIMES

8th June 2024

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