Hamlet and She

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
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In 1741, Fanny Furnival first took the part of Hamlet at Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre. In 2014, Maxine Peake was the first female Hamlet on a major stage in over three decades and in 2018, Globe Artistic Director Michelle Terry was the first woman to play Hamlet on the Globe stage. In this exciting event, we will hear these phenomenal women tell the story of Hamlet and She.

Join Maxine Peake and Michelle Terry in conversation with the Globe’s Co-Director of Education, Professor Farah Karim-Cooper. This unique event will explore what it means to be a woman and take on Shakespeare’s iconic Prince.

DETAILS

TICKETS
Seated
£15 – £10
Standing £5

This event is on-site in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

Running time To Be Confirmed

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Part of Winter 2021/22

Coronavirus (Covid-19) safety measures

We are See It Safely approved by Official London Theatre. This certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry guidelines to provide a Covid-secure environment for all our artists, staff, and visitors.

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CAST & CREATIVES

Introducing the panel of Hamlet and She.

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