Theatre in the Forest: Macbeth presented by the Red Rose Chain Theatre Company

“Something wicked this way comes!” Suffolk's biggest outdoor theatrical event, Theatre in the Forest, is coming to Sutton Hoo.

  • Booking essential

Join us as we host the Red Rose Chain Theatre Company with their epic production of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth in summer 2022.


Event ticket prices
  • Adult £23.00
    Over 65
  • Adult £29.00
  • Adult £75.00
    Family (2 adults, 2 children)
  • Concession £12.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 01473 603388
Violence and some scary bits- it may be unsuitable for really young children
Meeting point
Once you have parked your vehicle head to the courtyard with the ship sculpture to get checked in.
What to bring and wear
This is an outdoor event so please wear suitable clothing.
Pathways to the venue are flat, with wheelchair access and seating and close-up parking/drop-off point to offer the shortest possible distance between your vehicle and the outdoor auditorium. Accessible toilets available. To reserve an accessible space please ensure you tick the options you want in the Additional Details when you book online.

Contact Info

Red Rose Chain Theatre Company
Call 01473 603388

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Festival of Archaeology: Wulfheodenas, Anglo-Saxon re-enactment

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