William Shakespeare: Hamlet 24


Performed by: Piotr Kondrat (PL)

In this production, the excellent Polish actor, Piotr Kondrat plays the part of Hamlet in a spectacular one-person play. Kondrat excellently uses the opportunities provided by the space. Regardless of whether he plays anywhere round the castle, on the walls or in front of an altar, his deep baritone voice and his acrobatic motion fascinate the audience.

The spectators will witness how Hamlet invokes the spirits of those people who he loved and the spirits of those people who he hated in his life. Expressing the doubts inherent in his personality, the phantoms in his imagination. He reveals the secret pain of his delicate soul, which was caused by the failure to revenge his father’s murder and by the loss of his mother. Presenting how he became a misanthrope, how the former classmates became spies, how Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were thwarted, how love was refused and how he got to the famous finding: “The time is out of joint”

The English language performance of Piotr Kondrat with Hungarian subtitles

Performance: July 7th, 2014, at 9 p.m.

The venue: around the Castle