In a First World War rehabilitation centre, a group of soldiers commemorate the lives of those they have lost with a haunting performance of ‘The Scottish Play’ which will ensure that the horrors of war are not forgotten.
But witchcraft, manipulation and murder ensue as the soldiers attempt to recover from the physical and mental scars of war.
This bold, psychological adaptation by Heartbreak Productions explores the barbaric nature of ambition, witches, wives and a tortured soul.
It starts at 7.30pm though there’ll be a barbeque beforehand at 6.30pm. Alternatively bring your own picnic, together with a chair or a rug to sit on (and warm clothing for when the sun goes down). Tickets are £14 (£10 children aged 5-17; family ticket £46).