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"Something wicked this way comes..."

Handy cotton bag inspired by the witches in Macbeth. Perfect for gathering those newt's eyes, frog's toes, lizard's legs and dragon's scales. Our bags are printed in Wales (home of dragon's scales) from strong, hard wearing cotton and have medium length handles making them ideal for carrying by hand or over your shoulder.

Every purchase you make supports the work of Shakespeare's Globe. Thank you!

Shop our Macbeth collection here

Detail

Size: 420 mm x 350 mm (approx.)

Materials: 100% cotton.

Care instructions: Machine wash with similar colours. Iron on reverse.

Printed & sewn in the UK

Delivery

UK delivery within 3 - 6 working days

Outside UK delivery within 5 - 12 working days

Eco

Our printer has Soil Association accreditation, so we can be sure that all dye waste is disposed off in a way that does not harm the environment.

Quote

Spoken by Second Witch in act 4, scene 1 of Macbeth

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Macbeth Quote Bag (Something Wicked)

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"Something wicked this way comes..."

Handy cotton bag inspired by the witches in Macbeth. Perfect for gathering those newt's eyes, frog's toes, lizard's legs and dragon's scales. Our bags are printed in Wales (home of dragon's scales) from strong, hard wearing cotton and have medium length handles making them ideal for carrying by hand or over your shoulder.

Every purchase you make supports the work of Shakespeare's Globe. Thank you!

Shop our Macbeth collection here

Detail

Size: 420 mm x 350 mm (approx.)

Materials: 100% cotton.

Care instructions: Machine wash with similar colours. Iron on reverse.

Printed & sewn in the UK

Delivery

UK delivery within 3 - 6 working days

Outside UK delivery within 5 - 12 working days

Eco

Our printer has Soil Association accreditation, so we can be sure that all dye waste is disposed off in a way that does not harm the environment.

Quote

Spoken by Second Witch in act 4, scene 1 of Macbeth