David Tennant brings his Macbeth to the West End this autumn - how to get tickets and more

David Tennant and Cush Jumbo return to their landmark performances in Shakespeare’s most extraordinary psychological drama as Macbeth transfers to the West End this autumn. 

Unsettling intimacy and brutal action combine at breakneck speed as Max Webster directs the tale of love, murder, and nature’s power of renewal.  Groundbreaking sound design and live Celtic folk music (all played through lightweight headphones provided) immerse the audience in every whisper, cry and thought.  
Featuring the original company of the sold out Donmar Warehouse season, this unforgettable staging will now play a strictly limited run at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre from 1 October 2024.

For every performance, a third of the tickets are priced at £35 or under with the front row available for purchase on the day of performance at £25. In addition, the Donmar will extend its Donmar LOCAL programme to the West End, with free tickets for young people from up to ten schools in Camden and Westminster.  To avoid missing out you can sign up as a Donmar member from £75 a year and receive priority booking until 10am Thursday 25 April.

Public booking opens at 10am on Thursday 25 April at www.macbethwestend.co.uk