Winner of the 2018 Kenneth Branagh

New Drama Writing award

This comic drama locks King Hamlet and Yorick in a battle of wits between two old fools, but only one of them knows he’s a fool. Murdered by his brother, the king refuses to take it lying down. Can Yorick stop him making the biggest mistake of his afterlife? This a story of love, pride, loss, legacy and letting go. And hats. Hats are important. When you’re dead, it’s not a question of to be or not to be, it’s about how not to be.

Performed by Nicholas Collett & Tim Marriott

Written by David Visick

Tickets from £12

Friends £8

Friday, 23rd October, 7.30pm 

Bar from 6.30pm

The Grove Theatre

Eastbourne Library

Grove Road


BN21 4TL


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