What's done is done.
Macbeth’s desire to gain power and keep it at all costs threatens to destroy a nation, replacing dignity and rules of law with guilt and paranoia.
One of the country's foremost actors, David Morrissey, returns to the Everyman, where he first acted as a Youth Theatre member. He plays the murderous king opposite Julia Ford as Lady Macbeth, in Shakespeare's most visceral and menacing play.
Artistic Director Gemma Bodinetz directs a striking new production in a theatre renowned for its daring ensemble shows.
David Morrissey Julia Ford
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A Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Production
Fri 6 May to Sat 11 Jun at the Everyman
Evenings: Mon-Sat at 7.30pm
Previews: 6, 7, 9,10 & 11 May at 7.30pm
Wednesday Matinees: at 1.30pm on 18 May & 25 May and 1 & 8 June
Saturday Matinees: at 2pm on 14, 21, 28 May and 4 & 11 June
Age: 12+ (contains scenes of violence)
Tickets: £10 - £24
Running Time: 2hrs 45 mins (includes an interval)
Afterwords: Mon 16 May
Page To Stage: Wed 25 May
Audio Described: Wed 18 May at 1.30pm and Friday 27 May at 7.30pm
Captioned: Sat 28 May at 2pm
Download details for our Macbeth education offer here.