Artwork for Hamlet


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The National Theatre Company gave it's first ever performance in 1963 of Hamlet, directed by Laurence Olivier and starring Peter O'Toole. Hamlet is one of the most performed, filmed and reinterpreted plays ever written. The Hamlet collection includes interviews with the artists from Nicholas Hytner's 2010 production, Richard Eyre discussing his vision of Elsinore, a background pack to John Caird's 2000 production starring Simon Russell Beale and voice work films that explore key speeches from the play with Jeannette Nelson Head of Voice at the National Theatre.


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Latest Episodes

Rory Kinnear performs the first half of the soliloquy 'O that this too too solid flesh...' for the trailer for the Nicholas Hytner's production of Hamlet 2010.

11 years ago

Download a free Hamlet interactive whiteboard resource for your classroom using the link to the left of your screen. This guide accompanies that resource.

11 years ago

A pamphlet about Nicholas Hytner’s production of Hamlet at the National Theatre in 2010, starring Rory Kinnear. The pamphlet contains production images, articles, interviews, and research for the show.

11 years ago

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