He may be 81, but he’s certainly not slowing down. Ian McKellen is to play Hamlet for the first time in almost half a century.Continue reading Ian McKellen to play Hamlet
London’s Almeida Theatre has released a series of monologues from its previous productions to entertain theatre fans stuck at home.
They include Andrew Scott performing the ‘To be, or not to be’ soliloquy from Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has partnered with Marquee TV to stream a number of its productions.
The Good Fight star Cush Jumbo is to play Hamlet on stage in London this summer.
BBC Two will broadcast the London production of Hamlet starring Andrew Scott.
Kenneth Branagh is to direct Tom Hiddleston in an extremely limited run in London next month.
If if you missed it first time round, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet is returning to cinemas once again thanks to National Theatre Live.
Having already had a sell-out run at the Almeida Theatre, Hamlet starring Andrew Scott opens in the West End tonight.
Oscar Isaac, Star Wars’ ace-pilot Poe Dameron, is to play Hamlet on stage.
James Corden, Helen Mirren, Mark Strong, Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch (twice) are heading back into US cinemas as part of the National Theatre’s Live encore event.