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Macbheatha

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A Gaelic version of the Scottish Play for two actors, drawing on oral tradition and woven together with original contemporary text.

A spellbinding concoction of witches, battles, ghosts and murder seen through the eyes of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.

Riochd dhen ‘Dealbh-chluich Albannach’ do dhithis chleasaichean, a’ tarraing air beul‑aithris is air a colmadh ri briathran ùra on là an-diugh.  Coimeasgadh sgaiteach de bhana-bhuidsichean, blàir, taibhsean is murtan, is e ga aithris mar a chithear e le MacBheatha is a Bhaintighearna.

Suitable for Gaelic and non-Gaelic speakers.

A Gaelic version of the Scottish Play suitable for non-Gaelic speakers

Circle Studio

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Wheelchair Access
Guide Dogs welcome


Recommended for 12+

Cast and Creative Team >

By William Shakespeare
Translated and adapted by Ian MacDonald
Directed by Liz Carruthers
Cast: David Walker & Catriona Lexy Campbell

Le Uilleam Shakespeare
An riochd Gàidhlig seo le Iain MacDhòmhnaill
Air a stiùireadh le Liz Carruthers
Le Daibhidh Walker agus Catrìona Lexy Chaimbeul

REVIEWS
“richly atmospheric” The Scotsman

“inventive” The Herald

Comments

Dave Stewart

26th September 2013

Saw the play today, thought the cast we totally immersed in the role, great show look forward to seeing it on Alba

Cecilia

26th September 2013

Hi Kathleen, I have spoken to the Director and currently there are no definite plans, but there's a possibility of touring the show in 2014. Thanks, Cecilia

Kathleen

25th September 2013

This looks great, have you any plans to tour the production to other areas of Scotland or to schools?

Keren

16th September 2013

Hi Willy, yes, the very same. If you're ever in doubt, select "Cast and Creative Team" and you'll find the writer of the play as well as the translator, actor and director credits

Willy Paterson

12th September 2013

Q. Do you mean the play by Shakespeare? or, what SCOTTISH play? excuse my ignorance. WP

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