The day of the coronation is to end with a great banquet. Banquo is murdered by the assassins but his son, Fleance, escapes. Later, Macbeth admonishes the two assassins for their incompetence, before seeing a vision of Banquo's ghost during the banquet.Part 6:
Macbeth returns to the Weird Sisters, seeking reassurance. They tell him to 'beware Macduff' but also that he cannot be killed 'by any man born of a woman' and that he will be safe until 'Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane'. Macbeth now believes himself invincible.Part 7:
Lady Macbeth is clearly deeply troubled by her conscience. Her servant summons a doctor to witness her sleep-walking. In England, Malcolm and Macduff have raised an army and march north, where they join with Lennox and Angus. Then they march on Dunsinane.Part 8:
The two armies clash, Macbeth still confident of his invincibility. Macbeth fights with Macduff and the true meaning of the Witches' predictions becomes apparent. Macbeth is slain and Duncan's son, Malcolm, is crowned rightful King of Scotland.