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Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Macbeth


Liam Lester
Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of...

On 26th April, 20 students from across Year 8 had the opportunity to watch the live broadcast of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Macbeth.

Bushey Meads School was one of several hundred across the country, including the Scilly Isles, who participated in the broadcast which was recorded live earlier in the year and starred Christopher Ecclestone and Niamh Cusack.

It was an exciting opportunity and the students, seen below, were enthralled by the unravelling tragedy of Shakespeare’s famous Scottish play in this dark and contemporary production by the world’s most famous company of Shakespearean artists.

This is the second time Bushey Meads School has been part of the broadcast, following last year’s production of The Tempest. We look forward to future streams from the Royal Shakespeare Company later in the year.

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