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HEATON PARK, 15th July - 2nd August 2009

In July 2009, Manchesters Masters of Promenade returned to Heaton Park. As with our acclaimed 2002 production of Romeo & Juliet - Thando & Ruvhengo, Feelgood collaborated with outstanding international Zimbabwean artists from Theatre Under Fire to fuse text, a capella singing, dance and drumming into a dynamic and thought provoking 21st century production that transcends political, cultural and racial divides.

In 2006, after fleeing persecution in Zimbabwe, Peter Mutanda and fellow refugees formed the company, Theatre Under Fire. Using their unique performance skills they have quickly become leaders in their field, surviving with dignity, in 2008 receiving the Afro-Brit Community Award for Outstanding Contribution to Arts & Culture and in 2009 the Afro Brit Achievers Award. Creating this production has enabled us to share artistic ideals and celebrate diversity with laughter, song and understanding.

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Macbeth: Faz Singhateh
Lady Macbeth: Caroline Clegg
Macduff: Chris Hollinshead
Lady Macduff: Louisa Eyo
Duncan: Clement Moyo
Malcolm: Dan Willis
Banquo: Peter Mutanda
Witches: Eve Robertson, Timba Moyo, Louisa Eyo
Hecate: Clement Moyo
Ross: Kabelo Madonko
Donaldbain: Nash Ndlovu
Porter: Louisa Eyo
Fleance: Eve Robertson
Seyton: Danny Topham
Young Macduff: Callum Harrison, Samantha Meek, Robert Madden, Jayden Mosley

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Our heartfelt thanks go to the following organisations who have helped to make this production possible by their generous support:

The Stage Door Foundation ~ PZ Cussons ~ Manchester Airport
The Arts Council ~ Manchester City Council ~ The Midland Hotel Manchester