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By William Shakespeare

Played Jan 2023

This above all:

To thine own self be true

Hamlet’s father is dead,
His mother remarried (to his uncle),
His uncle is now King. 

Told through the eyes and experience of the young characters (yes, the adults are gone) Shakespeare’s monumental play comes to the stage in this contemporary, raw, physical and fast paced ensemble production.

Denmark will never be the same again.

Presented in association with Southwark Playhouse 'Shakespeare for Schools' project which offers over 1000 free tickets to local Southwark Schools. 

This production is made with the support and generosity of

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A new Denmark

Find out more about our new production with these cast and creative interviews. 


“Vibrant and exciting.  Go on, dip your toe into the Shakespearean water!”

North West End UK

Production Photos

 Photos by Charles Flint


Hamlet - Michael Hawkey
Ophelia - Lexine Lee
Laertes - Sam Morris
Horatio - Alex Zur
Rosencrantz - Amber Mendez-Martin

Guildenstern - Raj Swamy
Player King - Juan Hernandez

Player Queen - Kiera Murray
First Player - Kalifa Taylor
The Voice - Micha Colombo

Creative Team

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Ricky Dukes
Design by Sorcha Corcoran 
Lighting Design by Stuart Glover
Sound Design by Jovana Backovic

Video Design by Charles Flint

Fight Direction by Alice Emery 

Stage Manager - Verena Prandstaetter

Assistant Stage Manager - Millie Feary

Assistant Director - Tobias Millard

Promotional, rehearsal & production photography by Charles Flint
Producer for LTC – Gavin Harrington-Odedra
PR – Choe Nelkin Consulting

Digital Programme

Check out our new production, cast biog's interviews and more before your visit by purchasing our Digital Programme.

With special thanks to...

The research and development of this production was in association with DramaStMary's, St Mary's University's Drama department. The first public performance of the DramaStMary's production was 2nd April 2022, at The University Theatre, St Mary's University, Twickenham.

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