David Tennant and Cush Jumbo will reprise their roles in Macbeth as the Donmar Warehouse's sold out production transfers to the West End.

The show, directed by Max Webster, will run at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 1 October to 14 December this year.

Public booking is now live for the five-star reviewed production, which uses ground breaking binaural sound to create a 3D sound scape with audiences wearing headphones.

The effect enhances the eerie supernatural elements of Shakespeare's tragedy and creates a chilling intimacy with the violence that plays out when Macbeth embarks on a paranoid killing spree to secure the Scottish crown.

Live music comes from a Scottish folk band lead by Alasdair Macrae and featuring award-winning Gaelic singer Kathleen MacInnes. 

Critics described the former Dr Who actor as 'tremendous', 'thrilling', 'wolfish' and 'arresting' in the lead role, while Jumbo captured Lady Macbeth's guilt-ridden psychological trauma.