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We're delighted to finally be doing another production! Working with Wise + Wayward Theatre,

our in-house company, we have a two-venue tour of Macbeth coming this February! 

We are so grateful to the Tetbury Goods Shed for supporting us by providing rehearsal space and 2 performances at their stunning venue in the centre of Tetbury. We are also travelling to The Mission Theatre in Bath. 

18th & 19th February - Tetbury Goods Shed, Old Station Yard, Cirencester Road, Tetbury, GL8 8EY

25th & 26th February - The Mission Theatre, 32 Corn Street, Bath, BA1 1UF

All performances: 7.30pm / £14 (£10 Under 25's) 

Tetbury Tickets: Tetbury Goods Shed

Bath Tickets: Ticketsource

Wayward sisters gather on the heath.

Change is hovering on the fog and filthy air.


Macbeth, driven to murder by ambition, must now navigate his path to

greatness, amidst his unsettled friends and vengeful foes, and the supernatural influences that guide his every step.


Wise + Wayward Theatre’s interpretation of Shakespeare’s tale of ambition and betrayal uses the original text, cut down to 2 hours, and is an accessible production for those new to Shakespeare, as well as those who are well-versed. This production is supported by Stroud Shakespeare Festival and is the first resident company at the Tetbury Goods Shed.


Brought to life with live music, and a cast of 8 actors, this is the perfect production for a cold winter’s night.


11+ Contains scenes of violence.


Tetbury Goods Shed is thrilled to be supporting Wise + Wayward Theatre as its first theatre residency, providing rehearsal space and performance dates in this production of Macbeth. Funds raised from the production will go back to Stroud Shakespeare Festival, to ensure that the festival can continue after a difficult season following the pandemic. Stroud Shakespeare Festival works with many national companies to provide high quality performances of Shakespeare in the centre of Stroud, and are working towards the funding for a 2023 festival.


Praise for The Tempest 2019:

“Storytelling at it’s finest! ★★★★★” The Cotswold Review

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