Hamlet

Young Vic, London
Hamlet
Young Vic, London

The highly-anticipated production of Shakespeare’s great tragedy, with Cush Jumbo (The Good Wife, The Good Fight) making her Young Vic debut as a new kind of Hamlet. Jumbo reunites with her long-time collaborator, director Greg Hersov, to bring us this tale of power, politics and desire.  

Hamlet is at the Young Vic from 27 September - 13 November. Hamlet tickets in London are on sale soon. Hamlet will be available to livestream from 28 - 30 October.

Previews from |
27th September 2021
Opening date |
4th October 2021
Closes |
13th November 2021
By:
William Shakespeare
Director:
Greg Hersov
Lighting:
Aideen Malone
Sound:
Emma Laxton
Design:
Anna Fleischle
Choreography:
Lucy Hind
Cast list:
Cush Jumbo, Adrian Dunbar, Tara Fitzgerald, Joseph Marcell, Joana Borja, Jonathan Ajayi, Jonathan Livingstone, Adele Oni, Taz Skylar, Leo Wringer

Young Vic Venue Information

Address:
Young Vic, 66 The Cut, London, SE1 8LZ
Venue Box Office:
020 7922 2922
Nearest tube:
Waterloo

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Latest Hamlet News & Features

Photo credit: Adrian Dunbar (Photo by Karen Robinson)
Adrian Dunbar to star in Cush Jumbo-led 'Hamlet' at the Young Vic
Tuesday, 17 August, 2021, 10:30
Ahead of a new Hamlet adaptation opening at the Young Vic next month, the full casting to star alongside Cush Jumbo has been revealed. Hamlet is at the Young Vic from 25 September - 13 November. Best known for playing Ted Hastings in the BBC One drama Line of Duty, Adrian Dunbar will return to the London stage for the first time in over a decade to play the Ghost and Claudius in Hamlet. Previously, he's appeared in King Lear at the Royal Court and Real...
Photo credit: Cush Jumbo (Photo courtesy of Young Vic)
Cush Jumbo to star in ‘Hamlet’ at Young Vic
Monday, 22 March, 2021, 12:17
The Young Vic will reopen its doors later this year, with Hamlet being a part of the reopening season. Cush Jumbo will play the title prince in a new adaptation, playing at the Young Vic from 27 September - 13 November. The Shakespearean tragedy will be transformed, with Greg Hersov directing the tale of power, politics and desire. Ahead of the production, the Young Vic artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah said: “I want to take this opportunity to thank each audience...
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