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International Tour
Jan - Apr 2018
Co-production with Millennium Forum, Derry



by William Shakespeare

Something wicked this way comes.

five starsRemotegoat
five stars Carrick Biz
five starsStage, Screen...
four stars ThePublicReview
four stars Oxford Theatre...
four stars Three Weeks


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Shakespeare for the Game of Thrones generation.

The vicious, barbaric undercurrent in Shakespeare's most fear-filled tragedy erupts in this kinetic, blood-thirsty production.

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Photos and Videos:

Trailer - youtube

Trailer - Download for Venue use

Education Trailer

Interviews with Cast

Interviews with Creative Team

Old Trailers

Production Images - Credit George Riddell

Production Photos with Macbeth Header - Credit George Riddell

Production Stills and Rehearsal Photos - Credit George Riddell

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Press and Marketing Information:

Marketing Copy

Press Release

Past Audience Feedback

Past Reviews

Past Sound Bites

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Education:

Worshop Trailer


Workshop Leaflet - Electronic Version - Preferred UK version

Workshop Leaflet - Electronic Version - Icarus Only - UK incl Northern Ireland

Workshop Leaflet - Electronic Version - Icarus Only - for REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

Workshops, Courses, Lectures

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Images:

ENTIRE Image, all layers - Layered File

Brochure Header - .psd

Brochure Header - .png

Poster Layout Example

Main Image - No text or logos

Main Image - with Transparent background

Main Image - with Transparent background - Web Version

Title Font Layer - Transparent Background - .psd

Title Font Layer - Transparent Background - .png

Background Image

Leaflet Back - Layered

Leaflet Back - Test jpg 1

Leaflet Back - Test jpg 2

Additional Layout Suggestions:
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Electronic Flyer


Past Production Photos


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Social Media:

Facebook Page

Twitter

Blog

Youtube Channel

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Logos, photos, etc:


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Millennium Forum Logo

South Hill Park Logo

Publicity Photos from Other Productions


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