History brough to life in plays touring into primary schools

After defeating the Vikings, a Scottish warlord meets some Witches. They foretell his coronation. Then much to their glee he murders King Duncan and ascends the throne. But this brings him no joy and the kingdom goes from bad to worse. Celebrating Shakespeare's 450th birthday with his famous tragedy of ambition using some of the origianl poetry and with plenty of spooks, suspense and spells.

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tel : 01453 763808


Suitable for KS2

The play uses actors, puppetry and audience participation and lasts an hour

Single show = £275

Double show = £400


"The amount of discussion the play generated was incredible. I was astounded by how much information they had absorbed "

Tammi Bateman, Abbeymead School

"We have built the play into our PSHE and Citizenship programme. It has more impact than several lessons on the subject."

Hilary Orme, Ann Cam School

"It was lively and engaging, held the audience’s attention and was pitched at the right level for a Junior School audience."

Inspector Mark Johnson,

Avon & Somerset Constabulary