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Win Tickets to Hamlet is Dead. No Gravity at Volta Festival!

This is your chance to win a pair of tickets to Hamlet is Dead. No Gravity , as part of Volta International Festival at the Arcola Theatre !

To enter, simply retweet the below by Sunday 16th August at 5pm…

About Hamlet is Dead. No Gravity and the Volta Festival

Four playwrights. Four directors. Four ground-breaking new plays, staged at the Arcola Theatre.
For its first year Volta International Festival has carefully selected four award-winning writers from across the world to present four new plays, translated into English for the first time. Staged at the Arcola Theatre in Hackney, the plays will be directed by four award-winning UK based directors. The writers are Austrian playwright Ewald Palmetshofer, American playwright Christopher Chen, Swedish playwright Jonas Hassen Khemiri and German playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig.

Hamlet is Dead. No Gravity by Ewald Palmetshofer
Thursday 3 September 7pm, 
main houseSomething’s rotten in Mani and Dani’s childhood home.  Bine and Oli got married, but it may not have been the right choice. Kurt has a secret, and his wife Caro knows it.  Hannes is dead, but not his father. Palmetshofer’s radical English-language debut leaps between sex, death and metaphysics, to explore the search for truth among the inescapable ghosts of the past.

 

More information available at: https://www.arcolatheatre.com/whats-on/volta
Venue: Arcola Theatre
Competition Ends: August 16th at 5pm
Show Times: 12 September Studio 1, 7pm (no perfs 6 – 7 September)

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