Trust, loyalty, revenge and one man's struggle to control his destiny...
Hamlet returns from his life studying abroad to find his home utterly changed and his place in the world uncertain.
His father dead and his mother remarried to his uncle, who is now King. Torn apart with grief and suspicion, Hamlet must decide on what to do. Should he act upon what he suspects and take revenge or accept the way things are?
As we find ourselves in an increasingly uncertain world, Shakespeare’s great tragedy resonates as never before in this startling new production.
£28.50 - £13 (concessions available)
Mon 5 March (free)
Sat 3 March
John BranwellGhost/Sexton/Player (Gonzago)
Michael PeavoyLaertes/Player (Lucianus)
Mitesh SoniBarnardo/Player (Prologue)/Fortinbras
Leah WalkerMarcella/Player (Baptista)/Priest
Philip Harland, Edd Lovatt (BA Theatre Students, University of Bolton)Solider
"Epic and intimate"
"David Ricardo-Pearce's Hamlet was terrific"
"Fast-paced, gripping and utterly compelling."
"David Ricardo-Pearce excels"
GROUPS AND SCHOOLS
Groups 10+ Save £3 off full price tickets plus 1 free organiser ticket*
Groups 30+ Save £3.50 off full price tickets plus 1 free organiser ticket*
Schools Tickets £11 - £18 plus 1 free teacher per 15 pupils*
*Excludes Friday and Saturday evening performances, rear gallery on all performances & Bargain Night performances.