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The ultimate romcom visits Hamlet's castle

(Photo: hamletscenen Facebook page)

July 27, 2014

by Nanna G Vansteelant

Kicking off the Shakespeare Festival this August at Kronborg Castle is the bard’s romcom Much Ado About Nothing

Performed in English by the Shakespeare’s Globe theatre in London and directed by Max Webster, their London performance sold out and “generated great waves of warm laughter”, according to the Telegraph. 

The festival, running strong since 1816, has a reputation for  putting on world-class performances under the open sky in Kronborg Castle’s courtyard. 

Kronborg Slotsgård, Helsingør; Aug 1-4; 210-510kr; hamletscenen.dk 


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