‘MACBETH’ starring Ralph Fiennes & Indira Varma will be released in cinemas worldwide on 2nd May 2024

Trafalgar Releasing, in partnership with Wessex Grove and Underbelly, have announced that Simon Godwin‘s visceral new production of Shakespeare’s MACBETH, starring Tony and BAFTA Award-winner Ralph Fiennes and Olivier Award-winner Indira Varma, will be released in cinemas across the UK, US, Australia and selected international territories from 2nd May 2024.

This critically acclaimed and cinematic new production is being filmed live at Dock X in London specially for cinemas.

Designed for a custom-built space, this gripping and breath-taking MACBETH will be unmissable on the big screen. By the end of the run in London, and following seasons in Liverpool and Edinburgh, the production will have played to sell out audiences of over 100,000 people at 110 performances.

Joining Ralph Fiennes as Macbeth and Indira Varma as Lady Macbeth will be Ben Allen as Ross, Ewan Black as Malcolm, Levi Brown as Angus, Jonathon Case as Seyton, Danielle Fiamanya as Second Witch, Keith Fleming as King Duncan/Siward, Michael Hodgson as Second Murderer, Lucy Mangan as First Witch, Jake Neads as First Murderer/Donalbain, Richard Pepper as Lennox, Steffan Rhodri as Banquo, Rose Riley as Menteith, Lola Shalam as Third Witch, Rebecca Scroggs as Lady Macduff/Doctor, Ethan Thomas as Fleance, and Ben Turner as Macduff.

Macbeth is coming. A couple corrupted by their relentless lust for power have blood on their hands. Witness the gripping tale of greed, murder, deception, and superstition in cinemas for a limited time only. Once you cross the line, you can never turn back.

MACBETH is directed by Simon Godwin (Antony & Cleopatra, Romeo & Juliet, Hansard) and has immersive set and costume design by Frankie Bradshaw (Jerusalem, Blues for an Alabama Sky).

Cinema tickets will go on sale from 20th March at MacbethInCinemas.com.

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