A Moray couple believe a new attraction with links to one of Shakespeare’s most famous scenes will cast a spell on tourists. The local authority has approved Karen and George Sutherland’s plans to spruce up an “unloved” mound near Brodie and build holiday chalets around it. Macbeth’s Hillock was made infamous in The Bard’s play, …Read More about Macbeth’s witches spot to become tourist attraction
Did you know that the first historic reference to todays “Knock Knock, Who’s There” stems from the pen of William Shakespeare in his Scottish Play: Macbeth? Whilst plainly not smoothed into todays format of challenge/response culminating in a pun, it is a satirical monologue that makes reference to events of that time. Macbeth Act II, …Read More about Knock Knock, Who’s There?