The hague shakespeare fringe weekend


The Hague Shakespeare Fringe Weekend: 
Shakespeare Unexpected 19 -22 April 2018 



Thursday 19 April20.30Cry Havoc!Click here for tickets
Friday 20 April20.30Cry Havoc!Click here for tickets
Saturday 21 April 14.00Interactive Shakespeare Workhsop (5+)Click here for tickets
Saturday 21 April 15.00A Midsummer Night's Dream (5+)Click here for tickets
Sunday 21 April 20.30Cry Havoc!Click here for tickets
Sunday 21 April 15.00A Midsummer Night's Dream (5+)Click here for tickets

midsummerA Midsummer Night's Dream
by Shakespeare, adapted by Infinite Jest (UK)
a hilarious children's show for 5+
Conjuring Theseus' court, the magical forest and the volatile fairy world, using 5 actors, physical theater, live music, song and dance, puppetry, and audience participation.... read more

sdffghCry Havoc!
by Stephan Wolfert (US)
A veteran's story interwoven with Shakespeare's words
A thought-provoking, touching and surprisingly funny evening of finely crafted, interactive theater. Critically acclaimed, winner Best Actor, Director & Production at the Berkshire Theater Awards ... read more

In November 2013 the first ever The Hague Shakespeare Festival took place in the Koninklijke Schouwburg with major names like Tina Packer, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Het Vijfde Bedrijf and others. A programme full of performances and discussions over a period of 10 days. 

The Hague Shakespeare Festival has developed Shakespeare Fringe weekends with specific Shakespeare themes. International companies came together to exchange experiences, to learn and share their work based on Shakespeare. The first was in November 2014 in Zaal 3 of Theater aan het Spui and involved young theatre makers from the United States, Israel, the Netherlands and Great Britain. The Shakespeare for Kids & Teens was the second one in April 2015.
In April 2016 the theme was Shakespeare and just War (to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death) in Theater aan het Spui and in the Koninklijke Schouwburg. Highlight was the Keynote speech was delivered by Judge Theodor Meron in close co-operations with Dutch actors Gijs Scholten van Aschat and Pierre Bokma. A panel of Shakespeare and international law experts including Tina Packer and Sir Christopher Greenwood (ICJ) responded to the speech before the audience joined in the debate.