by William Shakespeare
Co-directed by James Reilly and Jessica Welch
12–22 July, 8.00 pm (not Sunday)
Also Saturday 16 July, 2.30 pm
Trinity College Gardens
(Parks Road entrance OX1 3PN on SatNav)
Something wicked this way comes.
Blood, lust and magic combine in this dark and disconcerting theatrical experience to make it one of the highlights of outdoor theatre in Oxford this year.
OTG in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Open Stages Project presents Macbeth, Shakespeare's disturbing tale of witchcraft, murder and tyranny.
The company that brought you last year’s critically acclaimed Antony and Cleopatra returns once again to the grounds of Trinity College, in the heart of Oxford. The atmospheric wooded gardens of this historic location provide the perfect backdrop for this most infamous of Shakespeare’s tragedies.
With a production history dating back over fifty years, OTG has staged some of the city’s most memorable open-air performances, and this year’s promises to be no exception.
A summer Shakespeare in an Oxford college garden – not to be missed.
“the Guild should be proud of this production … Above all, this is an excellent piece of storytelling”
Giles Woodforde, Oxford Times, on
Antony and Cleopatra, Trinity College, July 2010
Box Office: 01865 305305
Tickets in advance from Oxford Playhouse (and at venue half an hour before each performance)If you have special access requirements please book by phone or in person
Tickets £15, concessions £11, children under-16 £9 (£12, £9, £6 for matinee)
Buy 7 tickets, get 1 free
For large group bookings please contact us.
The theatre can be found through the Parks Road entrance of Trinity College gardens
Wheelchair (level) access at main entrance on Broad Street (OX1 3BH)
The venue is close to bus routes, with street parking nearby.