Hamlet Tickets and Hotel

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Tickets + hotel fr £38 / person

Tickets + hotel fr £38 £34 / person

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Show notes

Running time: 3 hours 45 minutes (including two intervals)

Booking from: 02 Sep 2017

Booking until: 02 Sep 2017

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The Show
Following a sold out performance at The Almeida Theatre, award winning Andrew Scott (Sherlock, Birdland) returns as the vengeful Hamlet in Robert Icke's re-imagining of this Shakespearean classic. Hamlet tells the tragic tale of a prince that loses his father to a villainous plot and Hamlets journey to find revenge against the murderer. The journey takes Hamlet down a dangerous road through heartbreak and sorrow, where friends become enemies, family becomes untrustworthy and his own sanity comes into question. If Hamlet is to avenge his father's death he must be willing to pay any price for his bloodlust, foregoing love and mercy. The question is, is Hamlet willing to risk everything and lose everyone to feed his vengeance filled soul. This production is being produced by Sonia Friedman productions, ATG and the Almeida Theatre, who are known for introducing ground-breaking transfers to the West End.

History of Hamlet
The Tragedy of Hamlet is one of Shakespeare most famous plays and ranks among the most performed of his works, even topping the Royal Shakespeare Company's performance list. It is Shakespeare's longest play and is usually ranked alongside the most influential and powerful tragedies in the world of literature. The play has seen many adaptions on both stage and screen being described as "the world's most filmed story after Cinderella". It is believed that Shakespeare wrote the title role for Richard Burbage, an actor held in high regard for his performances in tragedies. Hamlet has been played by many leading actors in every age and the play has very rarely been off the stage through the 400 years since it was originally written. Within the different variations of the play many parts have been omitted at various times throughout its years, including the removal of the political elements of the play between the seventeenth and end of the nineteenth century. This however is now very rarely removed within current productions.

Why book London theatre breaks to see Hamlet
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Awards and what the Critics say
Rich and Beautiful - With Scott delivering a career-defining performance
Evening Standard

Captivating....A production of clarity and precision
The Stage

Andrew Scott as Hamlet is wired, desolate and vividly alive.
Financial Times

Scott's Hamlet is almost unbearably moving...Gorgeous.
Metro

Robert Icke is one of the most important forces in today's theatre...he and Andrew Scott give us a terrific modern-dress Hamlet
The Observer

Theatre details

Harold Pinter Theatre

Harold Pinter Theatre
6 Panton Street
London
SW1Y 4DN

Directions:
( 2 minutes from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station) Head east on Coventry street and continue for 213 feet (towards Great Windmill Street). Turn right onto Haymarket and continue onto for 374 feet. Turn left onto Panton street and the theatre will be on your right hand side.

Tube:
Piccadilly Circus station is 2 minute walk (167 metres)

Performances

MatineeEvening
Monday7.00pm
Tuesday7.00pm
Wednesday7.00pm
Thursday1.30pm7.00pm
Friday7.00pm
Saturday1.30pm7.00pm
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Hamlet

Harold Pinter Theatre
6 Panton Street
London
SW1Y 4DN

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Piccadilly Circus station is 2 minute walk (167 metres)

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