It is the career "break" that stage actors have been dreaming about. Finally, a major theatrical production opened this week in London's West End featuring toilets on stage for the actors to use during the performance.
"Most plays are absolute hel...
After a half dozen seasons as understudy to Rajon Rondo, the veteran coach Doc Rivers is ready to take his own version of Hamlet: Prince of the NBA on the road.
Fans are expected to pay big bucks to hear Rivers recite the famous soliloquy: "To Cl...
London - Royal Mint sources have denied it's all a bit of parody on the famous Hamlet soliloquy opening lines from Act III, Scene 1.
But the forging of a new 2p coin bearing La Middleton's face could provide a useful national distraction as EU lea...
Oasis star Noel Gallagher is receiving treatment in hospital for a nervous breakdown after watching a performance of Hamlet at London's Wyndham theatre.
Doctors say Gallagher couldn't understand much of what was going on in the play, and he found...
In a radical reworking of Shakespeare's play Hamlet, theatre director Sir Henry Dumdowne cast television actor Jude Tennant as Hamlet, and added a more modern touch to the tragedy about the Prince of Denmark.
Hamlet now speaks his famous 'To Be Or...
Hamlet was today elected MP in the Elsinore South by-election, and here is his maiden speech:
'To claim or not to claim, that is the question;
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous newspapers,
Or to take meals in a sea of top-class restaurants,
And by overeating, end their entire kitchen supplies.
To swill, to drink,
Plenty more, and by a sleep we h...
American actor Will Smith is to star as Hamlet, in a film version of the Shakespeare play which will be directed by Quentin Tarantino. This represents a change of direction, as previously Smith has appeared in such lighthearted films as 'Men In Black...
David Tennant, the Doctor Who actor, was given a rousing reception and mobbed by fans yesterday at the Courtyard Theatre in Stratford, where he is appearing in the RSC production of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The world's most anxious man, Mr Oliver Dear from local Hamlet Chutney-on-Frinton has been awarded the title of the World's Most Anxious Man. The aptly named man is our new regular contributor. Read the dispatches from the front line of his life.
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