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Tuesday, 9 December 2008

No Tennant In Hamlet Tonight

The production of Hamlet, this year, moves to London's Novello Theatre, after it's run at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford. Unfortunately, for everyone who has bought tickets, they won't be seeing David Tennant play the lead role in the performance tonight. David has got a back injury, and because of this, pulled out of last night's show as well as tonight's. To make his full recovery, they decided that it was the best thing for him to do. We do not know yet when he will be returning, but it should be tomorrow, and if not, not much later tha that at all. His understudy, Edward Bennett (who normally plays Laertes in the production) will take the role tonight, until David is fully ready to perform once more.