[POSTPONED] The Television Workshop Presents… Macbeth

Tuesday 31 March - Saturday 4 April

: Main stage/ Seated

Tickets

This event has been postponed

*POSTPONED* – Unfortunately, this event has been postponed in response to the COVID-19 crisis

Message from The Television Workshop:

In light of the recent announcement by the UK Government introducing new measures in an attempt to combat the spread of the coronavirus (or Covid 19), we have made the very difficult decision to close our doors temporarily and postpone all sessions, auditions and play performances with immediate effect.

We are having to make this decision with a heavy heart and want to thank everyone for all their support, hard work and dedication. We have lots of ideas already underway about how we can work together in the virtual world during this period that we will be sharing shortly.

MEMBERS: Your Workshop leader is emailing you with more specific information about your own group and production you may be involved in.

For information about the Nottingham auditions please contact: jayne@thetelevisionworkshop.co.uk

If you have booked tickets for the two remaining shows in our Nottingham season, THE WITCHES at Richmond House and MACBETH at Metronome, these shows are postponed until further notice. Your tickets will still be valid for re-scheduled performances and we will continue to update ticket-bookers on the situation via email. For THE WITCHES contact us via the link on your ticket email. For MACBETH contact through the Metronome website https://metronome.uk.com.

Many thanks

The Television Workshop Team

 

There are five performances of this production. The evening performances run from Tuesday 31st March- Friday 3 April starting at 19:30. There is also one matinee performance on Saturday 4 April at 13:00.

Bringing the story into a modern mafia setting, we find Macbeth driven to success by the Witches’ supernatural prophesy. Macbeth’s sights are set on becoming king of the underground criminal operation he serves. Will the cunning and ambition of his wife, Lady Macbeth, be enough to hold on to power? And will they ever wash the blood clean from their hands? 

A rare opportunity to witness some of the very best young actors in the country in action, currently training with Nottingham’s world-renowned Television Workshop.

 

Please note there are four evening performances (Tues 31 March – Fri 3 April) and one matinee performance on Sat 4 April.

The timings are as below:

Tues 31 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm prompt

Weds 1 April (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm prompt

Thur 2 April (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm prompt

Fri 3 April (evening) 
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm

Sat 4 April (matinee)
Doors 12.30pm
Performance starts 1.00pm prompt

Please note Strictly no admittance once the performance has started.
Late admission will not be possible until the interval break. The same applies for the second half of the performance.
Late admission will cause too much of a disruption as it will involve you walking across the performance space.
We thank you for your understanding.

 

Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.
Standing gigs offer accessibility for disabled patrons in our mezzanine. We will always do our best to accommodate individual requirements, and other viewing options may be available at standing gigs following a risk assessment of the event.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at access@metronome.com.uk.

[POSTPONED] The Television Workshop Presents… Macbeth

*POSTPONED* – Unfortunately, this event has been postponed in response to the COVID-19 crisis

Message from The Television Workshop:

In light of the recent announcement by the UK Government introducing new measures in an attempt to combat the spread of the coronavirus (or Covid 19), we have made the very difficult decision to close our doors temporarily and postpone all sessions, auditions and play performances with immediate effect.

We are having to make this decision with a heavy heart and want to thank everyone for all their support, hard work and dedication. We have lots of ideas already underway about how we can work together in the virtual world during this period that we will be sharing shortly.

MEMBERS: Your Workshop leader is emailing you with more specific information about your own group and production you may be involved in.

For information about the Nottingham auditions please contact: jayne@thetelevisionworkshop.co.uk

If you have booked tickets for the two remaining shows in our Nottingham season, THE WITCHES at Richmond House and MACBETH at Metronome, these shows are postponed until further notice. Your tickets will still be valid for re-scheduled performances and we will continue to update ticket-bookers on the situation via email. For THE WITCHES contact us via the link on your ticket email. For MACBETH contact through the Metronome website https://metronome.uk.com.

Many thanks

The Television Workshop Team

 

There are five performances of this production. The evening performances run from Tuesday 31st March- Friday 3 April starting at 19:30. There is also one matinee performance on Saturday 4 April at 13:00.

Bringing the story into a modern mafia setting, we find Macbeth driven to success by the Witches’ supernatural prophesy. Macbeth’s sights are set on becoming king of the underground criminal operation he serves. Will the cunning and ambition of his wife, Lady Macbeth, be enough to hold on to power? And will they ever wash the blood clean from their hands? 

A rare opportunity to witness some of the very best young actors in the country in action, currently training with Nottingham’s world-renowned Television Workshop.

 

Please note there are four evening performances (Tues 31 March – Fri 3 April) and one matinee performance on Sat 4 April.

The timings are as below:

Tues 31 March (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm prompt

Weds 1 April (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm prompt

Thur 2 April (evening)
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm prompt

Fri 3 April (evening) 
Doors 6.30pm
Performance starts 7.30pm

Sat 4 April (matinee)
Doors 12.30pm
Performance starts 1.00pm prompt

Please note Strictly no admittance once the performance has started.
Late admission will not be possible until the interval break. The same applies for the second half of the performance.
Late admission will cause too much of a disruption as it will involve you walking across the performance space.
We thank you for your understanding.

 

Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.
Standing gigs offer accessibility for disabled patrons in our mezzanine. We will always do our best to accommodate individual requirements, and other viewing options may be available at standing gigs following a risk assessment of the event.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at access@metronome.com.uk.

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