Macbeth is dead. Under cover of night, an English army has swept through the landscape, killed the tyrant and taken the seat of power. Attempting to restore peace and put in place a new ruler, Siward, the commanding officer, is beset by a brutal guerrilla uprising. Increasingly isolated from his own men and Scottish allies alike, his efforts to restore order appear futile as the situation spins out of control.

David Greig’s exhilarating play is a vision of one man’s attempt to restore peace in a country ravaged by war.

Cast Includes:
Siobhan Redmond
Jonny Phillips

Director – Roxana Silbert
Design – Robert Innes Hopkins
Lighting – Chahine Yavroyan
Composer – Nick Powell

“With David Greig’s exceptional script, a superb cast and Roxana Silbert’s sharp direction, this is an unmissable production.”

The Public Reviews

“Fast-paced and finely acted. Jonny Phillips and Siobhan Redmond (her Highland accent a joy) are utterly compelling.”

Birmingham Mail

“ …an irresolvable drama about an irresolvable conflict – a work of compelling intelligence, provocation and wit.”

The Guardian

“If it’s riveting spectacle, challenging ideas and human drama you want, this is the show to see.”

The Times

Dunsinane – Trailer (2013) from National Theatre of Scotland on Vimeo.

Backstage: Dunsinane – In Conversation and Rehearsal (2013) from National Theatre of Scotland on Vimeo.

Date Time Venue Notes Prices Booking

The HOUSE at The REP

  • Address: Centenary Square, Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EP
  • The HOUSE is The REP’s largest auditorium, seating over 800 people. Wheelchair seating is available at the front and midway up on Row L.

    Built on democratic principals with no circle or boxes and with a saucer shaped rake, The HOUSE is designed so that all seats have a great view of the action.

  • Box Office: 0121 236 4455
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