A triple dose of Shakespeare is coming to the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre next week.
The run begins on Monday, November 30 with one of his most popular plays, Macbeth.
Featuring trouble, toil, witchcraft, deceit and death, this production about a man, his wife and strife also features power tools – lots and lots of power tools.
The second play of the week is The Merry Wives of Windsor on Tuesday, December 1.
A boozy, broke and lecherous aristocrat finds himself in Windsor and tries to ‘get it on’ with a couple of Windsor housewives.
These ladies, though faithful to their husbands, are not merry for nothing and lead our boozy and lecherous aristocrat a very merry dance.
Finally, on Wednesday, December 2, there is a performance of one of Shakespeare’s least-performed works, King John.
King John was not a good man and his failings are laid bare by the Bard in a play that is especially relevant in the anniversary year of Magna Carta.
All three plays start at 7.30pm each night and tickets for all three are £9 (£7 concessions, £5 NUS and under-26).
Tickets are available from the box office on 01522 837600 or online at www.lpac.co.uk