Princess Theatre to host unique 'Two Man Macbeth'
unique two-actor theatre production of Macbeth that makes Shakespeare
fresh and exciting is coming to Burnham-On-Sea this February.
of Chaos, a London-based touring company whove won awards
and filled theatres around the world since 2008, are bringing 'Two
Man Macbeth' to Burnham-On-Sea's Princess Theatre on Friday 9th
February for a special 3pm matinee.
than 20 roles are played by the two award-winning actors in a fast
and furious 80 minute version of Macbeth.
production features beautiful poetry, electric drama and playful
comedy and is an accessible, clear, engaging production that makes
Shakespeare fresh and exciting," says the Princess Theatre's
Manager Sam Nicol.
suitable for adults of all ages, and for young people aged 12+.
highly skilful physical theatre with powerful text work and vibrant
characters, it also features original music by composer and RSC
musician Phill Ward.
are priced for adults: £15, Concessions, students: £10,
and the All 3 price is 8. The 'All 3 Price' is for anyone coming
to see Macbeth, A Doll's House AND The Knicker Lady at The Princess.
original shows exploring Greek and Norse myths, the Out of Chaos
company are taking on Shakespeare for the first time, but there
wont be anything traditional about their Macbeth. Originally
developed and performed at mac birmingham in 2016, the show returns
with a bang in 2018, touring the UK and US.
Two multi-award winning actors take on this colossal challenge.
Paul OMahony has performed Shakespeare around the world with
many companies, including the RSC. Troels Hagen Findsen is a Danish
actor based in Copenhagen, who won three awards at Birminghams
BE Festival, and performed alongside Paul in all Out of Chaos
said: "This is the greatest challenge weve taken on.
Macbeth is an enormous story: full of action, horror and fascinating
relationships. And we are going to deliver that with two bodies
and two voices, plus brilliant original music and lighting. Troels
and I are going to work like never before!"
of GCSE students from King Alfred School in Highbridge will be among
the audience coming to see the show.
on in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge