Hamlet at RADA
Tuesday 1 August 2017
Campaigns - Shakespeare - Shows
Kenneth Branagh's Olivier Award-winning theatre company joins forces with RADA for a co-production of Shakespeare's Hamlet with Tom Hiddleston in the lead.
Shakespeare's 'The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark', is to play at RADA this September directed by Kenneth Branagh with Tom Hiddleston as Hamlet.
Kenneth Branagh's Olivier Award-winning theatre company is joining forces with RADA for a co-production of Hamlet in aid of the RADA Attenborough Campaign to support the transformation of RADA's Chenies Street site in London, further developing the Academy as a world-leader in dramatic arts training.
Tickets for the show, likely to be in huge demand, are set to be sold via a ballot sytem which opened just an hour or two ago at 12 noon today, 1 August.
The ballot will remain open until 6pm on 6 August, so if you want to stand a chance of being successful in the ballot, you need to get your skates on and sign-up here right now, where you'll also find some more details about the working of the ballot process.
Ticket prices range from £45 to £95, with prices for under 25s fixed at just £15.
Hamlet will play in RADA's Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre.
Ayesha Antoine: Rosencrantz / Bernarda
Lolita Chakrabarti: Queen Gertrude
Eleanor de Rohan: Guildastern / Marcella / Priest
Nicholas Farrell: King Claudius
Sean Foley: Polonius / Osric
Tom Hiddleston: Hamlet
Ansu Kabia: King Hamlet / Player King / Gravedigger
Caroline Martin: Horatia
Irfan Shamji: Laertes / Player Queen
Kathryn Wilder: Ophelia
Playwright: William Shakespeare
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Designer: James Cotterill
Lighting: Paul Pyant
Sound: Paul Arditti and Christopher Reid
RADA - Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre
London WC1E 6ED
1 to 23 September 2017
Under 25s - £15
Ticketing is via a ballot open from 12pm on Tuesday 1 August, closing at on 6pm Sunday 6 August