Shakespeare favourite ‘Hamlet’ is coming to China with TNT Britain, and stopping by Wuhan on December 3. The play questions morals, revenge, justice, traditions and beliefs, and is not to be missed, especially if you haven’t seen it before.
TNT Theatre was founded in 1980, and is now one of the most popular international tourist theatre companies in the world.
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When: December 3, 19:30
Where: Wuhan Zhongnan Theatre 中南剧场
1001 Jinghan Dadao, Hankou District, Wuhan
How Much: 60, 120, 180, 280 RMB
Getting There: take Line 1 to Sanyang Lu Station (三阳路站).
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