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Macbeth: The Pantomime

When? 31 Jan 2020 to 01 Feb 2020
Where? Poole

  • Macbeth: The Pantomime

For something completely different, Castle Players will be staging the absolutely bonkers Macbeth - The Pantomime at Lytchett Matravers Village Hall on 31st of January and 1st February 2020, including 2 matinees.

A brand new, original show, inspired by the story of Macbeth and written and directed by Linsey O'Neill, where the Bard meets the X-Factor.

Duncan Blue is the King of Karaoke. But when Dave Macbeth bumps into some mysterious creatures who foretell his future, he and his wife Laydee will stop at nothing to win the Crown. Can young Marty Macduff and his mother stop them? Who will win Lytchett’s Got The Strictly Voice Pop Star on Love Island Factor? Why is Spot the Dog there?
Will Will be spinning in his grave?
Tickets are just £10 (Under 12's £5) and are available on our website: www.castleplayers.com or by calling 01202 912351

(Lytchett Matravers is some 6 miles north west of Poole).

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