Shakespeare's Hamlet retold through a woman's eyes

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Shakespeare's Hamlet retold through a woman's eyes

A play described as a controversial and risque take on Hamlet is being revived in the capital for the first time in 14 years.

'Gertrude - The Cry' sees Shakespeare's classic tragedy being told from a woman's perspective. It's being shown at Theatre N16 in Balaham.

It's director Chris Hislop spoke to Alison Earle in the studio.

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