Lakeside Arts
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Hamlet: Prince of Denmark

Icarus Theatre Collective and Harrogate Theatre Present

Friday 26 November - Saturday 27 November, 7.30pm
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts

Theatre & Dance
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£15 (£12 Concession)
£9 Restricted View

THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE IN 2010 Suitable for ages 11+ Running Time: 150 mins including interval Does revenge justify murder? Shakespeare’s most iconic and challenging play tells the tale of young Prince Hamlet avenging his father’s death and fighting the new King who stole his throne. Do I murder the king now or wait for proof? Are women constant and worthy or flippant and unfaithful? Is life worth living? Hamlet asks these questions as he struggles to find one moral absolute in a corrupt world. To be or not to be… Brought vividly to life, blending traditional and physical theatre with an original musical score, Icarus Theatre Collective combines some of literature’s most vibrant language and characters. This brand new production portrays Shakespeare’s definitive tragedy of justice and revenge.