This year's Children's Shakespeare Festivals

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Building on the huge success of our (digitally presented) "Ill Met By Moonlight" #CSFDream in 2020/21, we're confident of an equally successful #CSFMacbeth in 2022. Whilst we can't yet predict what will be possible, we're working on a plan to ensure the project can be as fully realised as possible given the rapidly changing nature of the pandemic situation we face.

We know that many schools are looking to offer opportunities such as these to their pupils, and we will do our very best to accommodate all schools who wish to take part. However, places are limited so we encourage you to register your interest as soon as possible if you would like to join us for #CSFMacbeth. 


You can download our latest CSF information pack or contact:

Matt Wardle|Creative Producer

When three witches prophesise his rise to power, a dark force is unleashed which propels Macbeth and his wife towards the throne. But what price must be paid for power?

For 2021/22 the Children's Shakespeare Festivals will venture north to Scotland, to stalk the corridors of Castle Dunsinane as we explore Shakespeare's supernatural tale of power and corruption, Macbeth.

Revisiting our highly acclaimed scheme of work (with compelling new material and format for 2021/22), the project will combine high quality CPD in drama and cross-curricular classroom activity with performance by your pupils in professional theatre spaces. 

Production imagse by Andrew Billington Photography

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