Next best £11.93. Less than £2 a play with some big name actors and actresses!
Macbeth (Dir. Jeremy Freeston, 1997): The first major film production for quarter of a century, Macbeth is authentically set in Eleventh Century Scotland, this epic, award-winning production conjures a world of grim battlefields, desolate moors, forbidding castles and haunted caverns. Macbeth moves at a breathtaking pace through tales of war, murder, intrigue and revenge. Winner of the Silver Screen Award 30th US International Film Festival.
King Lear (Dir. Brian Blessed, 1999): The dark and brooding world inhabited by Lear and his three daughters must rank as one of the greatest works of invention in the Shakespearean canon. Blessed is magnificent in the title role in this powerful new cinema version of the bard's great tragic work.
Hamlet (Dir. Michael Mundell, 2003): This vibrant new cinema version of Shakespeare's most popular tragedy features a powerful performance in the lead role by rising star William Houston.