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Breathtakingly atmospheric - Director Clare Prenton has taken a “back to basics” approach, taking the Scottish play back to its historical roots and delivering something that is forceful, accessible and refreshingly honest – even including a rarely staged Hecate scene.
Macbeth - Stafford Festival Shakespeare - The Stage, 5 Stars
'An outstanding, magical production that scores highly in all departments'
The Tempest, Stafford Festival Shakespeare - The Stage, 5 stars
Clare Prenton’s Pitlochry production – featuring a strikingly fluent, handsome and adaptable pillared set by Becky Minto – has that same quality of quiet craftsmanship, tightly focussed on the telling of a vital tale.'
Hard Times - by Stephen Jeffreys, Joyce Macmillan, The Scotsman, 4 Stars
'Clare Prenton's dexterously managed production is an ingenious series of fantasy wish-fulfilment set-pieces involving an assortment of comic-strip style pot-boilers and a dazzling array of quick-fire costume changes.'
Improbable Fiction by Alan Ayckbourn, Pitlochry Festival Theatre. The Herald, 4 stars.
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