The Lambeth College Universal Performers take their production of Shakespeare's Hamlet to Denmark.
Good luck to our Performing Arts students!
Globetrotting Performing Arts students are heading to Copenhagen in Denmark after the Easter break to perform their own version of Shakespeare’s iconic play ‘Hamlet’.
Our talented young students will be treading the boards at Københavnsåbne Gymnasium, a Danish school with whom the College has built strong links following an exchange visit last year. In order to raise the £11,000 needed to fund the production and air fares, students have been involved in a variety of fundraising activities including a staff car wash service, taking part in a sponsored football match and selling cakes and doughnuts around the College.
The 2012 Lambeth College Universal Performers, and their tutors, are heading to Denmark.
Don't worry if you can't get over to Copenhagen this month however, ‘Hamlet Machine’ will also take place at the Clapham Centre Theatre on 28 June at 1.30pm and 7.00pm. If you would like to pop along and catch a repeat performance. Check our events pages for ticket release details.
If you are interested in a life on the stage then take a look at our School of Performing Arts. At Lambeth College we can offer you courses in acting, dance and visual and performing arts in our modern 160 seat theatre with state-of-the-art lighting facilities, sound systems and separate dance studio at our Clapham Centre.