Hamlet among the Geffrye’s period gardens

The Malachites to perform Hamlet in a promenade performance among the Geffrye’s period gardens

The Geffrye Museum of the Home
136 Kingsland Road
London E2 8EA
Nearest Station: Hoxton Overground (Directly behind the museum)

Wednesday 29 June, Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July
Doors: 6.15, Start: 7pm
Ticket Price: £12 / Concessions £10
http://www.geffrye-museum.org.uk/whatson/book-tickets/
(Limited returns may be available on the door- cash only)

The Malachites Shoreditch’s resident Shakespeare Company return to the Geffrye Museum with a hauntingly beautiful new production of Hamlet.

Experience Shakespeare’s masterpiece as never before, as you move through the Geffrye Museum’s atmospheric period gardens. This production has an intimate audience for a strictly limited run so book early to avoid disappointment!

Doors to the front gardens open at 6.15pm, refreshments available.  The performance begins at 7pm.  Running time will be approximately 120 minutes with an additional 10 minute interval.

Promenade performance of Hamlet in the Geffrye's period Gardens. Photo: Patrick Dodd

Promenade performance of Hamlet in the Geffrye’s period Gardens. Photo: Patrick Dodd

CAST INCLUDES:
HAMLET – Anatole Gadsby
CLAUDIUS/GHOST – Charles Cromwell
GERTRUDE – Dzovinar Hadeshian
OPHELIA– Fiona Wilson
LAERTES/ROSENCRANTZ – Paul Giles
POLONIUS/OSRIC – Nick Trumble
HORATIO – Alexandra Stuart
GUILDENSTERN/GRAVEDIGGER – Benjamin Blyth