World premiere for Macbeth in Scots
A translation of Macbeth by R L Lorimer was performed for the first time in May 2012. Performed by Edinburgh Theatre Arts, the play will be staged in Embra again at the Fringe Festival 6th to the 18th August. Contact Edinburgh Theatre Arts for more information.
Read an online review of the production by Irene Brown here
This production has also been selected by the RSC to feature in their Open Stages event on July 14th in Stratford-upon-Avon. This will form part of the World Shakespeare Festival.
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