Give more children access to the performing arts.

Performance dates & times

Tuesday 27 Aug
1:00 PM
Wednesday 28 Aug
10:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Thursday 29 Aug
10:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Friday 30 Aug
10:00 AM & 1:00 PM

Running Time 90 minutes

Price range

Per student

All bookings to be made directly with Bell Shakespeare via email, phone 1300 552 271, or download the booking form

Thanks to the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Bell Shakespeare are offering $13 tickets for disadvantaged schools with below average ICSEA ratings. That’s a 50% discount. Please note that these tickets are limited and will be allocated by order of receipt of booking form. Eligibility is based on school ICSEA ratings. Please contact Bell Shakespeare on 1300 305 730 for more information on eligibility.

SUITABILITY: Years 7 – 12

The charm’s wound up. Ancient Scotland is bridged with the contemporary world in a brand-new production of Macbeth, set in a media-rich, audio-visual landscape.

Three teenage girls take hold of a camera and the narrative as the Weird Sisters, presenting the play through a fresh lens. Using live video projection, technology will intersect the plot and characters, as Macbeth’s bloodthirsty campaign rages towards its end.

Watching, documenting and interfering with the medieval world, the Weird Sisters hold the fate of the play in their hands, and not just with their prophecies. It’s Shakespeare’s original language within an innovative and immersive framework that urgently asks why this play, and why now?

Classroom Connections

Curriculum Links

Learning Areas Capabilities
The Arts Critical and Creative Thinking
English Personal and Social
Victorian Certificate of Education
Theatre Studies
English & English as an Additional Language

Themes and Ideas

  • Shakespeare
  • Elizabethan Theatre
  • Contemporary Shakespearian performance
  • Performance skills and techniques
  • Adaptation and rethinking of classic texts
  • Macbeth – the tragic hero
  • The Weird Sisters
  • Fate, ambition, the supernatural

Teaching Resources

Coming 2019!

A full suite of on-line resources will be available including videos, interviews, photo galleries, design images and classroom activities.

Resources for past Bell Shakespeare productions can be found online.


William Shakespeare
Directed by
Amy Hardingham & Huw McKinnon

  • Bell Shakespeare

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