In a modern retelling of William Shakespeare's "Scottish play," three strange garbage collectors make a glorious prediction for head chef Joe Macbeth's future. With his wife Ella goading him on, Macbeth makes plans to take ownership of the high-class Glaswegian restaurant where they are both employed. The first step: murder owner and celebrity-chef Duncan...
Did You Know?
The line spoken by Harry Gibby, the health inspector - "...the sins of a bloke what has made me work for my pound of flesh..." - is a reference to another play by William Shakespeare
, 'The Merchant of Venice'. See more
In another life, I'd make a pass at you.
In another life, I'd let you.
Version of Macbeth
The Auld Triangle
(aka "The Banks of the Royal Canal")
Written by Dominic Behan See more