Returning home from university for his father, the King of Denmark’s funeral, which is also the occasion of his mother’s remarriage to his uncle, Hamlet the Prince, is visited by the ghost of his father. The ghost reveals that his brother, Hamlet’s uncle, now stepfather and King, killed him and he urges Hamlet to take revenge. Driven to distraction by the grief of his father’s death and what lies ahead of him, Hamlet is forced to confront his deepest fears and in doing so questions himself, those around him and the very nature of existence.
|19:00 - 21:00
- Booking details
Call 0208 852 5761
Children accompanied by adults are welcome at this event
- Meeting point
On the lower fields at East Riddlesden Hall
- What to bring and wear
Bring a chair, picnics and possibly an umbrella depending on the weather!
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