Thursday 07 October - 8PM
Shakespeare Live presents
Hamlet Act Six
Directed by Alison Paine
All Shakespeare lovers know that Hamlet is a Tragedy, very long and very sad, and that after five acts almost everybody is dead.
But was the play we all know the final version? Or could it have been just an early draft?
Be among the first to see the newly discovered Sixth Act of the play. If it is genuine, when and why did Shakespeare write it? What was it that happened at the first dress rehearsal? Who wasn’t really dead? Who wanted the biggest part? Who came to visit from another play? What’s the priest got to do with it? Don’t miss the astonishing World Premiere of Hamlet Act Six.
Written by Dennis Harkness and the Bard himself, this fantastic show is performed by Shakespeare Live, a well-known and long-established local company.
All tickets: £12
Please note that senior citizens are no longer automatically eligible for concessions. See our guidelines
Running Time: max 2 hrs including interval
We ask that patrons wear masks when in the Merlin Theatre. We will still carry out extra cleaning and provide hand gel for your use.