Adapted from the play by William Shakespeare



Supporting the education sector and young people to explore The Macbeths.

Film Access

The full film is available on YouTube for schools, colleges and universities to access for free as an educational resource for one year, from 3 June 2021 - 3 June 2022. This is only available for educational purposes.

To access The Macbeths to watch at school, college or university, please complete our short registration form and provide some details about your educational purpose. If you have any questions, or issues accessing the film, email us at

Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to watch the film on YouTube.


We've created a series of resources to enhance your understanding of the show. This series of bitesize interviews was developed specifically to support Higher Drama students. 

Hear more from co-directors Dominic Hill and Martyn Roberston as well as Charlene Boyd (Lady Macbeth) and Keith Fleming (Macbeth) as they explore the creative process behind the production.

You can watch all eight video resources in our YouTube Playlist

If you want to dive into a specific subject, you can access any of the YouTube videos below.

Co-director, Dominic Hill

Hear Dominic discuss design elements and effectiveness
Find out about the director's intentions
Learn more about use of space

Co-director, Martyn Roberston

Martyn talks to us about design elements and effectiveness
Learn about the director's intentions
Hear more about use of space

Lady Macbeth, Charlene Boyd

Charlene explains her approach to acting and the development of character

Macbeth, Keith Fleming

Keith talks to us about his approach to acting and the development of character

Lighting Designer, Stuart Jenkins

We interviewed Lighting Designer, Stuart Jenkins. Take a look at this blog and get an insight into how lighting was used in The Macbeths

As well as supporting higher Drama, we hope these resources can also provide insights for National 5, Advanced Highers and National Progression Awards in the Performing Arts. They could also be useful for those studying Shakespeare’s Macbeth for National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher English.