Chalice Productions presents Hamlet

A contemporary adaptation Running from
Next event: Wednesday 9 January 2019 at 7pm
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    All children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Garret Theatre

Chalice Productions present a contemporary adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “HAMLET”

Adapted by Laura J Harris
Music by Ben Murray
Directed by Jane Hamlet & Sean Goss

Following the success of Chalice Production’s explosive adaptation in September 2018, the gang are back for round two!

Hamlet‘ is still one of Shakespeare’s most popular works; it is an absolute powerhouse of a play, yet, nearly 400 years on and there are still so many avenues to explore, so many questions to be considered:

‘What if Claudius wasn’t the villain we thought?
‘What if Laertes was Hamlet’s illegitimate brother?’
‘What if Hamlet wasn’t male?’

Join us as we consider gender, identity, power, deception, envy, lust, love, honour, betrayal, despair and so much more…

Don’t miss an adaptation that will challenge all preconceptions and delve even deeper into the psyche of some of Shakespeare’s most famous characters.

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Upcoming events

Wednesday 9 January 2019 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 10 January 2019 7pm Garret Theatre
Friday 11 January 2019 7pm Garret Theatre


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