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THE SLEEPING WILL AWAKE


Shakespeare’s Hamlet as you’ve never seen it before. Alternate realities. Martial arts. 80s jazz funk. Dark secrets will rise, even as young love is buried, and amidst the ghostly intrigues of a place beyond time or space the line between theatre and reality may be dangerously obscured. Three acts of 45 minutes a piece will return you to the world from which you read this, not withstanding any life changing epiphanies communicated across the ages by The Bard.

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readiness is all

Humphrey Pitman directs and performs in his bizarre interpretation of Shakespeare's masterwork.

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a star is born

Introducing Petrina Fitzpatrick in her debut performance as Ophelia.

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if music be the food of love, play on

With original music written & performed by Benjamin Blackmore.

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Tickets available for purchase online now.

SHOW DATES

Revellers and blaggards welcome...

Friday August 12th, 7pm - LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Saturday August 13th, 7pm

Sunday August 14th, 6pm

Friday August 19th, 7pm

Saturday August 20th, 7pm

Sunday August 21st, 6pm - SOLD OUT!

Venue

The show is being played at The Omnibus Theatre (Clapham Common Tube).

Tickets

Book Tickets On-line or Call (+44)207 498 4699 to reserve yours.

18+

Viewer discretion is advised (Violence, Drug Use, Scenes of a Sexual Nature).

BROADCAST

Please be advised this show will be filmed for broadcast from 19th - 21st of August.

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!

If you're a network interested in broadcasting our feature, please feel free to get in touch directly.


upcoming projects

Enter The Ghost marks the beginning of a new era in the world of Shakespeare. Mercury Shakespeare holds interest in feature films, fiction and non-fiction publications, as well as educational projects. If you or your company have a cool idea, feel free to shoot us an e-mail and we'd be delighted to consider how we might be able to collaborate. Any other industry, that'd sound weird, wouldn't it? Ha! Let's kill all the lawyers, first.