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Macbeth comes alive

Leisure


SOMETHING wicked this way comes, with the upcoming performance of Shakespeare 4 Kidz (S4K’s) version of Macbeth.

Aimed at young audiences and families, it tells the story with many of Shakespeare’s original words woven into easy-to-understand modern language.

Macbeth tells the story of a noble Scottish warrior who becomes king after hearing the prophecies of three witches, how he murders his way to the crown and fights to the death to try to keep it.

This version of Macbeth is a musical thriller that is guaranteed to keep all ages and all stages on the edge of their seats.

Full of gory murders, weird witches, gruesome ghosts, bloody battles and even a forest that moves, the show includes plenty of songs and dance.

Macbeth consists of 17 very talented actors from London’s West End.

The show is being brought by Entertainment Plus as part of the Spring of Culture festival.

Macbeth will take place at the Cultural Hall on March 8 at 11.30am and 6.30pm and March 9 at 6.30pm.

Tickets are available at Al Osra supermarkets and Havajava cafe inside Manazel in Salmabad.

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