It has been announced that Icarus Theatre Collective will be presenting a fast-paced tour of Hamlet at venues across the UK from January to April 2017. 

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Icarus Theatre Collective’s Hamlet (c) George Riddell. 

Directed by Max Lewendel, this production of Shakespeare’s tragedy will allow audiences to explore Shakespeare’s text in a new way by blending traditional and physical theatre.

The production will feature designs inspired by the mythology of Greek and Roman Gods including set design by Curtis C.Trout and costume designs by Kate Unwin.

The King of Denmark is dead. Consumed with grief, Prince Hamlet avenges his father’s death with devastating consequences for his family and the Kingdom. Shakespeare’s most challenging play tells the tale of Prince Hamlet fighting the new King who stole his throne.

This touring production will include in its cast Nicholas Limm, Kerry Gooderson, Will Harrison-Wallace, Portia Booroff, Robert Harris-Hughes, Andrew Venning, Virginia V. Hartmann, Phil Sealey and  Camille Marmié.

The production will visit:

17th January Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

18th – 19th January Charter Hall, Preston

23rd – 24th January Íontas Castleblaynet, Ireland

26th – 27th January Millennium Forum, Northern Ireland

28th January Theatre in the Mill, Northern Ireland –

31st Jan – 4th February Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Ireland

6th – 7th February Cork Opera House, Ireland

8th February Riverside Theatre, Northern Ireland

13th – 15th February Siamsa Tíre Theatre, Ireland

22nd – 23rd February Millfield Theatre, Enfield

27th – 28th February Mumford Theatre, Cambridge

2nd March Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling

14th – 15th March New Theatre Royal, Lincoln

21st – 22nd March Harrogate Theatre, Yorkshire

30th – 31st March Hawth Theatre, Crawley

1 st/4th April Kings Theatre, Southsea

For more information about the production and to book tickets visit: http://www.icarustheatre.co.uk/shows/hamlet2017.html

 

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