Almeida West End
By William Shakespeare
Directed By Robert Icke
Tickets £10 - £95
The Harold Pinter Theatre, London
"Moving seamlessly from the Almeida to the West End, Robert Icke's production of Hamlet remains extraordinarily, heartbreakingly beautiful."
Following our recent sold out run, Almeida Associate Director Robert Icke’s new production of Hamlet is now playing in the West End for a limited season.
Starring BAFTA and Olivier Award winner Andrew Scott (Sherlock, Birdland, Cock, Pride) as the Danish Prince, Juliet Stevenson as Gertrude (until 1 July), and Jessica Brown Findlay as Ophelia, Hamlet is brought to the stage by the critically acclaimed and multi-award winning creative team behind 1984 and Oresteia.
Robert Icke "one of the most important forces in today’s theatre" (The Observer) previously directed Mary Stuart, Uncle Vanya, Oresteia, Mr Burns and 1984 for the Almeida Theatre.
Hamlet is produced by ATG (Sunday In The Park With George, Buried Child, Oresteia) Sonia Friedman Productions and the Almeida Theatre (Chimerica, Ghosts, King Charles III, 1984, Oresteia) who are renowned for introducing groundbreaking, critically acclaimed transfers to the West End.
"Andrew Scott is superb as Hamlet: he draws us with him through the famous soliloquies, making them feel fresh and alive."
Photographs taken at the Almeida by Manuel Harlan.
Fri 9 Jun - Sat 2 Sep
Mon – Sat evening 7pm
Sat matinees 1.30pm
Thurs schools matinee 1.30pm on 22 & 29 June and 6 & 13 July
Thurs 15 Jun 7pm
Audio Described performance
1 Aug 7pm
(Touch Tour time tbc)
Thurs 18 Jul 7pm
0844 871 7623*
*Calls are charged at 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.
Group booking enquiry form
020 7206 1174
0800 912 6971
30 and under
A limited number of tickets for £30 and under are reserved at every performance for people aged 30 and under. Available to purchase in person at the Harold Pinter Theatre box office with valid age ID. Subject to availability.
Please note transaction fees apply to all Hamlet West End bookings – see ATG website for details.
Theatre includes: Hamlet (Barbican/Sonia Friedman); Othello (Frantic Assembly); One Night in November (Belgrade Theatre Coventry); Shawshank Redemption (West End); Measure for Measure; Hamlet (Theatre Royal Plymouth/UK Tour); The Sons of York (Finborough Theatre); What the Butler Saw (Salisbury Playhouse); Tchaikovsky & the Queen of Spies (Nuffield Theatre); Watership Down (Lyric Hammersmith/UK Tour); The Taming of the Shrew (Bristol Old Vic); Speaking Like Magpies; Sejanus His Fall; Believe What You Will; Sir Thomas More; Othello; Henry VIII; The Merry Wives of Windsor; Camino Real; St Erkanwald (Royal Shakespeare Company); Billy Budd (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); Scarlet Pimpernel (Ipswich Wolsey Theatre); Bouncers (Hull Truck Theatre Company); Wait Until Dark (Royal Theatre, Northampton).
Television includes: Fortitude; Berlin Station; Marcella; Close to the Enemy; Casualty; Peaky Blinders; Doctor Who; Love and Marriage; Merlin; Lewis; Misfits; Midsomer Murders; Survivors; Dracula; Being Human; The Bill; Silent Witness; Footballer’s Wives; Fallen; Doctors; Offenders; Minder; Between the Lines.
Film includes: The Marker; City of Tiny Lights; Avengers: Age of Ultron; Dungeons and Dragons: The Book of Vile Darkness; Eleven Fifty-Nine.
★★★★★ Remains extraordinarily, heartbreakingly beautiful.
★★★★★ Andrew Scott delivers one of the great Shakespearean performances of recent years... impeccably supported by the rest of the cast. Remains majestic.
This production takes place at the Harold Pinter Theatre, Panton Street, London, SW1Y 4DN
The running time is approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes including two intervals of 15 minutes. Latecomers will not be admitted until the first interval.
Jessica Brown Findlay
*from Tues 4 Jul
**until Sat 1 Jul
Direction Robert Icke
Set & Costume Design
Lighting Natasha Chivers
Sound Tom Gibbons
Video Tal Yarden
Video Associate Mikaela Liakata
Casting Julia Horan CDG
Associate Direction Daniel Raggett
Resident Director Ilinca Radulian
Costume Supervision Laura Hunt, Claire Wardoper