Hell Hath No Fury returns in the summer!
Enjoy the trailer from the Edinburgh Fringe below...
A Midsummer Night's Dream to be revived in 2017
RumDoxy are delighted to be reviving their adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, presenting an extended, 2 hour performance, bringing back to life their first touring production. Creating a fantasy world for the audience to explore, a world of both the fairies and the Four Lovers’ subconscious minds in this new production placed in the minds of sleepy sickness sufferers.. read more
Taming of the Shrew
Forget trying to decipher mumbled words on the goggle box or dramas where the plots might as well come with 30feet warning signs— if you love live theatre and the beauty of the English language as written by Shakespeare then head to Bath or Birmingham to catch the latest production by Wiltshire-based RumDoxy Theatre... read more
Hell Hath No Fury
A story of betrayal, witchcraft, family and love.
The re-imagined back story to one of Shakespeare’s most villainous women, Lady Macbeth. Hell Hath No Fury proposes a different side to the cold, manipulative woman whose greed and ambition lead to the death and damnation of the man she loved. Set in a modern context, the play follows Lady Macbeth, (Elanor), through her life, drawing parallels with Shakespeare’s infamous tragedy.
Elanor finds herself institutionalised after Duncan’s death. In order to clear her name she invites a writer to help her piece together what really happened. The writer seeks out one of the Witches to tell their version of events and finds there is more to the story than even Elanor knows.
Both women are forced to confront their past and long lost secrets are dredged to the surface, driving Elanor to distraction. We travel alongside Elanor and the Witch experiencing their memories, sharing moments of their journey, as their past and present begin to merge.
Shakespeare paints Lady Macbeth as a cold, manipulative woman who drives her husband to murder in order to satisfy her towering ambition, but is there more to this story than meets the eye?