If only more companies had the guts to take such risks

Plays to see *****

A privilege to be there, clearly exceptional and important work. 

Deborah Warner CBE

 

                                                                                                                      

Hamlet, who’s there?

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Clasicos en Alcala, Spain. June 10th & 11th June 2016 

Neuss Globe, Germany.  June 13th & 14th 2016

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Hamletscenen Shakespeare Festival, Kronberg Castle, Denmark  August 8th & 9th 2016

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This unique Hamlet is raw, intimate and bold, featuring just six actors, a sofa and a dum-kit.  Kelly Hunter adapts, directs and performs in the production, which tours Europe this summer culminating at Hamletscenen, Kronberg Castle, Elsinore as part of the 400th centenary Shakespeare celebrations. Hamlet, who’s there? explores notions of the divided self and the transference of grief within one impossible claustrophobic night; after 90 minutes only the grave-digger is left alive.

Presented in association  with English Touring Theatre. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Tempest 

Kelly Hunter’s brilliantly interactive adaptation of The Tempest for children with autism is fantastic fun

***** Coventry Telegraph

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Next Performances

Clásicos en Alcalá 9th & 10th June 2016, Spain.

Presented in association with La Joven Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico, The British Council and Clásicos en Alcalá.

Kelly Hunter and Greg Hicks will work with actors from the Joven Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico to present the first production of this work in Spanish. They will explore the power of inflection, gesture and emotional resonance within these unique games to create a version of The Tempest for Spanish children on the Autism spectrum.

The Tempest in Spain produced by Barbara Santana.

 

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October 24th – November 4th 2016

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The Tempest has been specially created for an audience of children and young people on the autism spectrum and their parents and carers. The games are based on The Hunter Heartbeat method, created by Kelly Hunter. SHAKESPEARE’S HEARTBEAT

 

For Flute Theatre

Artistic Director Kelly Hunter

Designer Anthony Lamble

Company Stage Manager Paula Salmon

Assistant Director Jamie Billings

Production Development Emma Richards

Trustees
Karen Calamaro
Jane Claire
Michael Dobson
Talia Rodgers

Limited Company Number 9303847

Registered Charity Number 1163705

Thanks to David and Claudia Harding Foundation

 

 

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