Having just seen Kenneth Brannagh’s stupendous production of this play, the bar was set very high. This production did not come near the Brannagh level, but it was a decent effort. The staging was clear, the speeches understandable and the witches were suitably evil.
Lady Macbeth, played by Tina Mitchell, was very good. Her descent into madness was believable and pitiful.
Macbeth (Terence MacSweeney) himself was the weakest performance. He just did not appear credible as a great warrior.
Macduff is often a hard role. If the actor does not manage to exhibit the right anguish at the news of the death of his family, the moment can descend into farce. Fortunately, Ross Helwig nailed it.