The production, which will raise funds for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, opened September 1 at London’s Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre.
The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s production of Hamlet, starring Tom Hiddleston, opened at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art September 1. Featuring the Avengers star in the title role, the production will play a special three-week engagement with ticket sales going towards the RADA Attenborough Campaign, which aims to raise £20 million towards the regeneration of the Chenies Street site. The new premises will provide RADA’s first on-site accommodation for students, as well as a new library and enhanced archive, and a 250-seat theatre, named the Richard Attenborough Theatre.
Flip through photos of the production below:
First Look at Tom Hiddleston in Kenneth Branagh-helmed Hamlet