07 Feb 2024
"Whats done cannot be undone”: Behind the Scenes of Macbeth at the Royal Highland Centre
Only a few days into 2024, the Lowland Hall was transformed into the backdrop for a new staging off Shakespeare's Macbeth, with stars from stage and screen Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma produced by Underbelly and Wessex Grove
The versatile nature of the Lowland Hall allowed the space to reimagine the medieval Scotland of Macbeth, creating an immersive and bespoke theatre. This included 1,000 capacity raked seating surrounding a thrust stage , sound and lighting control area and an immersive guest walk through experience.
Front of house a full scale bar with dwell tables were built for pre-show and interval refreshment as well as box office facilities and toilets.
Back stage, the Strathmore Restaurant was transformed into cast dressing rooms, with the kitchen being set up as a bespoke laundry service in order to keep the costumes clean for each performance.
Macbeth The Show at the Lowland Hall was not just the first ever theatrical production to take place at the Royal Highland Centre, it was a great example of the transformative power and versatility of our spaces.
From concerts to corporate, we have many indoor and outdoor venues on site that can be molded to suit a variety of events making the Royal Highland Centre the venue of choice for event organisers.
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Macbeth the Show continues it’s tour in London at Dock X London from the 10 Feb - 30 Mar and then at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC from 9 April - 5 May.