Bristol Shakespeare Festival: Super Hamlet 64 at Alma Tavern
What if you woke up one morning and realised that your life was actually a computer game? Your dad just died and your uncle’s married your mum – and he’s hell-bent on world domination. Inspired by films like Scott Pilgrim Vs The World and full of retro animation, spoken word, and comedy songs, Super Hamlet 64 is fast-paced retelling of Shakespeare’s most famous play.
“Day never ceased to impress…the best original play I have seen.” - Theatre Bath
Full price: £13
About the Company
Edward Day is a trans/non-binary spoken word artist, animator and theatre maker from Swindon. He trained at Lecoq and Alra and has worked as an actor for over 12 years, performing in a wealth of Shakespeare and physical theatre with notable roles including Bottom, Malvolio, Queen Elizabeth, Hamlet, Prospero and King Lear. He’s a crowd favourite at Suffolk’s yearly open air Shakespeare: Theatre In The Forest and this year he’s also touring Too Pretty To Punch, a one person show about transphobia.
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