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The Capitol Horsham

Sh!t Faced Shakespeare: Macbeth
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Sh!t Faced Shakespeare: Macbeth

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Get together for a round of drinks and brush up on your iambic pentameter: Sh!t-Faced Shakespeare is offering a hilariously sozzled version of Macbeth.

The story of the murderous Macbeths is the stuff of legends: an ambitious husband and wife, a trio of weird sisters, a startling prophecy… and a bloodstain that just won’t wash out. So far, so Shakespeare. But what happens when you add a drunk actor to the mix?

Sh!t-Faced Shakespeare have become acclaimed worldwide thanks to their on-the-nose (and on-the-booze) approach to the playwright’s greatest hits. At each performance, one professionally trained actor is chosen to get drunk before curtains up, and their sober co-stars must prepare for whatever’s thrown at them – foul or fair!

Tipsy witches and legless ghosts… this definitely isn’t the dusty play you studied at school. For a laugh-out-loud, unconventional take on the bard's most loved works, look no further than Sh!t Faced Shakespeare tickets.

16 +

Tickets £24.50

This performance is approximately 2 hours, 15 minutes.


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    This is no-holds-barred ecstasy in Shakespearean guise, and with a different culprit every night you can always come back for more”
    BroadwayBabyReview User
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    Wherever I looked I saw hands over mouths and bodies bent over, shrieking with laughter
    West End WilmaReview User
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    The audience felt free to shout, boo, and clap during the show – and, most of the time, simply laugh out loud.
    Theatre BubbleReview User
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    Explosively funny, this is remedy for anyone who ever thought Shakespeare was dull.
    ThreeweeksReview User
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    It shouldn’t work, and yet I laughed until I cried
    A Younger TheatreReview User