A ROAMING theatre company will return to Hartlebury Castle following a successful sell-out performance of a Shakespeare classic earlier this year.

Quantum Theatre will stage its production of Macbeth once again at the castle on Saturday, March 19, at 7.30pm.

Macbeth is brought to audiences by artistic director Michael Whitmore, who has produced many Shakespeare adaptations. His work has toured throughout England and received glowing reviews.

After the last performance at the castle, one audience member said: “I saw this with my family in January, and it was excellent. The staging made really good use of a small space, and the actors were brilliant - especially the weird sisters. It is definitely worth going to see.”

Chantel Summerfield, operations manager said: “It was great to hear the clash of swords and the shout of iconic Shakespeare lines echoing throughout the Castle’, she added, ‘we can’t wait to welcome Quantum Theatre again.”

Enter the historic house, once home to the Bishops of Worcester, before being transported to the Scottish Highlands as you step in the candlelit Great Hall with high beamed ceilings and brilliant acoustics.

Doors open at 6.45pm. Tickets cost £13 for adults and £8.50 for Children/NUS holders (including booking fees) and can be purchased at www.hartleburycastle.com/events