by William Shakespeare
‘a theatrical coup...heart-in-the-mouth theatre, unbearably poignant, unrepeatable’
The Evening Standard
‘the hottest ticket in town’
‘a rare feat - incredible and terrifying'
Every audience member is asked to bring a random object to be used as a prop during the performance. Everything is welcome, large or small, ordinary or bizarre.
So far over 17,000 people have helped The Factory create one-night-only, accidental interpretations of one of the great icons of world literature.
Employing their exceptionally rigorous exploration of Shakespeare’s text, alongside their customary spirit of mischief and spontaneous play, The Factory delve into the endless possibilities within Shakespeare’s greatest work.
Director: Tim Carroll
Associate Directors: Louis Scheeder and Tamara Harvey
Producer: Liam Evans-Ford