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SYNOPSIS: Hamlet, a Danish prince, discovers that his uncle Claudius murdered his father and took the throne; Hamlet's mother has married the usurper. If life is so fleeting, and people can do such things, Hamlet wonders, why are we born at all? Shakespeare's play is often cited as the greatest in the English language.

Directed by Robert Icke

Cast: Andrew Scott, Juliet Stevenson, Jessica Brown Findlay, Luke Thompson, Barry Aird, Elliot Barnes-Worrell, Marty Cruickshank, Calum Findlay, Joshua Higgott, Amaka Okafor, Daniel Rabin, David Rintoul, Peter Wight, Angus Wright and Matthew Wynn

Design by Hildegard Bechtler
Lighting design by Natasha Chivers
Sound design by Tom Gibbons

Show Times: Monday - Saturday @7pm; Wednesday and Saturday matinees @1:30pm

Tickets from £10 - £60


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