Macbeth at Manor Barn


“Something wicked this way comes”

Fame, glory, love, power, wealth, sex, happiness … but at what cost? How far will man go to get his deservings?

Well known to Ryers, Bowler Crab (BC) will be  returning to Manor Barn, Bexhill on Thursday, December 5 with an old favourite – the Scottish play! This version was first performed to sell-out audiences in 2018 for Battle Arts and Rye Arts Festivals before Bowler Crab had started performing at Manor Barn, Bexhill.

The bloody hands

This magic tragedy mainly concerns the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as they take control of the Scottish throne under the influence of witches – spells, prophecies, devious plots, angry exchanges, bloody murders and a tragic love story.

An indoor performance with four professional actors playing multiple roles in this 100 minute production (plus 20 minute interval).

Artistic Director, Stephen John said “This is a must for anyone who missed BC’s Macbeth last year, but if you’ve already seen our 2013 stage production of Macbeth or our touring pocket ‘Interpreting Macbeth’ workshop, rest assured this piece is completely different with a new design, new actors, new scenes, and a linear plotline!  This piece has taken the slot of  our Twelfth Night run which will now take place in winter 2020.”

Tickets are £15 from or telephone 07801893115.  Doors open 7pm, show commences 7:30pm.

Source: Bowler Crab Productions

Image Credits: Bowler Crab Productions .

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