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    • So a few hundred years after Shakespeare died, David Greig wrote a sequel to Macbeth and it's coming to Shanghai for three nights. "Macbeth is dead, long live the king. Under the cover of night, an English army has swept through the Scottish landscape, killed the tyrant, and taken the seat of power…" This play got high marks from the Guardian, who called it "a work of compelling intelligence, provocation and wit." Presale tickets from SmartTicket start at 80rmb and go up to 880rmb for the top sets. Play starts at 7:15pm each night at the Lyric Theatre inside the Shanghai Grand Theatre.

      Tickets available here on SmartTicket.
      Shanghai Grand Theatre 300 Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu

    So a few hundred years after Shakespeare died, David Greig wrote a sequel to Macbeth and it's coming to Shanghai for three nights. "Macbeth is dead, long live the king. Under the cover of night, an English army has swept through the...
    Shanghai Grand Theatre


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