'The street that on a wet and dreary morning has vouchsafed the vision of Lady Macbeth in full regalia magnificently seated in a four-wheeler can never again be as other streets: it must always be full of wonderful possibilities.'
The dress itself is now the property of the National Trust and is one of the most important items they hold. The emerald and sea green gown is made up of the iridescent wings of the Jewel Beetle which the insects naturally shed as part of their life cycle.
Below is Terry wearing the dress in the above mentioned play.
Today it is well over one hundred years old, sadly due to over handling, the fabric is now very weak and a shadow of its original self.