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No holds barred at Kronborg


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July 29, 2014
13:00

by Pete Streader


A celebration of Shakespeare at which his tales of intrigue, forbidden love, vanity, power, hatred, revenge and comedy resound around Hamlet’s very own Kronborg Castle courtyard. 

Following the opening play, Much Ado About Nothing, from August 6-7, Stockholm’s Music Theatre’s musical tour de force William will trace the ups and downs of the bard through his works. 

The original 1971 Danish/British collaboration King Lear makes a rare return to the big screen outside. And there will be plenty of Shakespearean singalongs.

Aug 1-10; Kronborg Castle, Helsingør; hamletscenen.dk




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