The title Macbeth is in between to actors depicting Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, they both look distressed

Macbeth 2020 Playing Shakespeare

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank
Explore Macbeth (2020) and find related teaching resources from our 90 minute production created especially for young people

 

This Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production of Macbeth took place in 2020. It is currently available as an exclusive video stream for teachers to access until 23 July 2021.

Teachers, to get access to this free film, just fill out the simple form and you will be sent a password-protected link. This can then be shared with your students so that classes can have separate access to the video of the play from their own individual homes.

This full-scale, fast-paced 90 minute performance is designed to introduce students and families to Shakespeare. The original performance took place in the Globe Theatre.

LEARNING RESOURCES

Use the links below to browse the production’s free learning resources.

PRODUCTION RESOURCES

PLAYING SHAKESPEARE WITH DEUTSCHE BANK

Deutsche Bank has supported an annual Playing Shakespeare production in the Globe Theatre since 2007. Over 200,000 students have been given free tickets so far.

These 90-minute productions, created especially for a schools audience, are complemented with free workshops and online activities.

18,000 London and Birmingham state secondary school students were given free tickets to this year’s Macbeth.  33,000 people saw the production before the run was interrupted in March.

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