Playful, kaleidoscopic and horrific. That’s how producers of visiting company Filter’s radical version of Macbeth at the Citz.
This story takes audiences on a strange journey to the epicentre of the “heat-oppressed brain”, the company promises.
A demarcated area on stage; three weird sisters operate a strange collection of electronic musical apparatus.
Filter’s version of Macbeth fuses Shakespeare’s play about ambition, power and witchcraft with innovative sound and music. When a theatre company describes itself as “anarchic”, it’s difficult not to want to climb aboard and ride the waves.
Running January 20-31, tickets are £12.50-£20.50 from www.citz.co.uk.