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RSC Associate Director David Farr in rehearsal

Why not make the most of your visit to Hamlet and discover our events and exhibitions programme that has been specially created to enhance your experience at the theatre.    

Director Talks
Join RSC Associate Director David Farr in conversation as he discusses bringing one of Shakespeare's most famous plays to life. Tickets cost £5
Royal Shakespeare Theatre,
Monday 25 March, 5 – 5.45pm 
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Free Post Show Talk Back
Stay on after the performance for this informal discussion with members of the acting company where you get the chance to ask the questions about the rehearsal process. There is no need to book for this event, just stay in your seats after the performance. 
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Tuesday 17 September, after the performance.

Into the Wild
Part of In Stitches: A Celebration of RSC Costume exhibition.
A journey through Shakespeare's natural world, revealed through highlights from the RSC's Costume Collection. Into the Wild explores how costume designers and makers have responded to themes of nature in Shakespeare's work. It is an exclusive chance to see rarely displayed costumes and includes many worn by some of our most famous actors including David Tennant who played the title role in Hamlet in 2008.
Find out more about our In Stitches exhibition.


by William Shakespeare

Theatre Royal, Newcastle
18 - 26 October 2012

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