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William Shakespeare’s text has the extraordinary ability to travel through time and space and retain its relevance. The issues it deals with are every bit as real in the 21st century as they were in the 11th.. Tyranny and fascism still raise their heads in varying forms in our modern world.
“Macbeth” is a tale of lies, manipulation
and treachery. Britain, at war with itself, sees the rise
of a would-be fascist dictator, driven by his manipulative wife.
Wicked spells and treachery are the order of the day as Macbeth
and Lady Macbeth seize their chance to rule.
Directed by Clifford Graham (who also plays Macbeth) and co-directed by Brenda Gray, “Macbeth” opens at the Masque Theatre on Friday 1 and runs until Saturday 9 July (excluding Sunday to Wednesday).
Week nights are at 8pm and Saturdays at 2.30 and 6.30pm.
Ticket prices for matinees and Thursday evenings are R50 and for other evenings are R60 (Masque Theatre Club Members enjoy a R10 discount).
To book phone 021 788 1898 (o/h)
Jungle Theatre Company presents River of Life at the Masque
Jungle Theatre Company’s Laduma Jungle trainees present River of Life from 4-9 July at the Masque Theatre, thanks to the generous support of the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund.
River Of Life is an African fairy tale about
a rural tribe and a special princess, who live by a beautiful
river full of magical creatures. A glittering dancing trader
comes from the city to sell the villagers strange items that
cause problems for the river. The princess goes on an adventure
through a parched desert an enchanted forest and up a mighty
mountain. She learns to speak the language of the river
creatures in order to save the river for all.
Tickets are R30 and can be booked via the Masque Theatre booking line: 021 788 1898 office hours only.