Hamlet London St. Pauls Church tickets are now available for a special promenade performance!
This summer, the Iris Theatre has brought Hamlet to the heart of Covent Garden as you've never seen before. This radical new promenade performance of Shakespeare's most popular play comes to the grounds of St. Paul's Church this summer. This outdoor staging of one of the most well-known plays of all time is both thrilling and contemporary meaning that Hamlet tickets are a must have for the summer season!
Shakespeare's Hamlet reimagined
Amongst the debris of the old politics, a new populist King came to power by promising a return to the golden age of England. Now the King is dead, murdered, and in the ensuing violence and bloodshed, his brother has taken control of the throne. A masked figure is seen striding through the dark and there is a whisper of resistance growing in the shadows.
We all know the question: to be or not to be but will the nation's heir, Hamlet be able to find the answers? Will he Uphold the state, or join the rebels?
About Iris Theatre and Daniel Winder
Award-winning theatre company Iris Theatre is based at the world-famous St. Paul’s Church in Covent Garden and has built a reputation for producing engaging, lively and accessible site-specific and outdoor theatre. It was established in 2007 by Artistic Director Daniel Winder. In addition to providing dramaturgical support for all of the company's shows, Winder also directs at least one of the main summer shows and has written the family shows for the past six years. Iris Theatre and Daniel Winder have been nominated for twelve Offwestend Awards. His production of Treasure Island in 2016 won the Best Production for Young People.
Hamlet tickets London on sale now for the outdoor staging at St. Pauls Church!
Be ready to choose tickets for Hamlet this summer. Space is limited and you won't want to miss this intriguing new production of Shakespeare's classic. Book Hamlet tickets now to guarantee your spot at this unique experience in the shadow of St. Paul's Church in the middle of Covent Gardens.