STET presents in the
SHAKESPEARE 400 PROGRAMME
Shakespeare: Macbeth (7-99 years)
by Infinite Jest, UK
UK THEATRE COMPANY, INFINITE JEST,
RETURN TO THE HAGUE WITH THEIR
UNIQUE TAKE ON SHAKESPEARE'S MACBETH.
You are invited, if you dare, to enter a dark and bloody world of ambition, suspicion, surveillance, murder, revenge and witchcraft.
What compels Macbeth to turn from hero to villain? Self will? Fate? Or is it you, our Infinite Jest audience, who holds his destiny in your hands?
DATES AND TIME
|Saturday 23 April 2016||9.30-10.15 Open Macbeth Workshop (7-12 yrs)|
|Sunday 24 April 2016||10.00-11.00 Macbeth|
Koninklijke Schouwburg - Paul Steenbergen Foyer
Korte Voorhout 3
2511 CW The Hague
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TICKETS and RESERVATIONS
Adult tickets € 17,50
Child <12 / CJP € 9,50
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On Saturday 23 April 9.30-10.15 a Macbeth Workshop will take place before the morning performance in the Koninklijke Schouwburg. It is open for all children between ages 7 and 12. Make a special morning for your family and sign your children up. Have a relaxed adult-only coffee (until the children are ready!) and then visit the Macbeth performance all together.
Child <12 / CJP € 6,50
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The Shakespeare education programme is supported by the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds
Infinite Jest is a London based youth theatre company which was founded by Henry Everett and Fiona Putman, who both have a great passion not only for each other but also for Shakespeare and in particular on how to make Shakespeare accessible to young people.This is going to be the third visit of them in the Netherlands. They received wonderful reviews about their work in the Netherlands before!
Much Ado About Nothing (2013):
"a perfect blend of quirky humour, lightning quick physicality and emotional truthfulness"
Camilla Van Doorn, The Hague
Twelfth Night (2014):
"Outstanding: a perfect mix of the original and age-appropriate storytelling. A number of children told me it was the best performance they have ever seen. They were completely engaged and enthralled, laughing and singing along with thorough enjoyment"
Caroline Wright, Head of Year 6, Prior Weston Primary School, London.
Shakespeare 400 is supported by British Council and Gemeente Den Haag and the VSBfonds