Tom Hiddleston to star in Hamlet at RADA in London
Tom Hiddleston is to star as Hamlet on the London stage.
The ‘Kong: Skull Island’ actor will return to his theatre roots for a production of Hamlet, which will be directed by Kenneth Branagh with the aim of raising £20 million for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).
‘Hamlet presents almost limitless possibilities for interpretation. I can’t wait to explore them, with this great cast, at RADA. Kenneth Branagh and I have long talked about working on the play together, and now felt like the right time, at the right place,’ he said.
‘To be guided through it by him as a director, an expert... read more
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