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“Seems, madam? Nay, it is. I know not ‘seems’”

A bold, accessible take on the tragedy of Hamlet, using Shakespeare’s original language and tongue-in-cheek meta references to break the fourth wall in a surreal portrait neuroqueer grief which pays thrilling homage to the art of film

"Spookily relevant", "exciting" and "“Baz-Luhrmann-esque”, this Hamlet is a fast-paced introspective thriller with the feel of a graphic novel, and centers the grief and personhood of those disabled by society, whose experience of the world around them has been labeled “out of joint” 

The project is currently in pre-production with Little Attic Productions, with a short version generously supported by Mainspring Arts entering festivals soon and featured on the Streatham Space Project's Made At Ours showcase

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