After the death of the late King,  his brother Claudius succeeds him to power, claiming his family, as well as title. However, upon the discovery that his father's death may not have been natural, Prince Hamlet sets out on a quest to expose the true identity of the killer and claim his revenge.

Anthos Arts are thrilled to be offering young performers the chance the join the Anthos Young Company this term as we create 'A Modern-Hamlet,' an original adaptation of Shakespeare's famous story of family, betrayal and revenge. Our work will be performed in the Cygnet theatre at the end of term, with the additional opportunity to perform at a professional theatre venue in January!

Rehearsals will run on Thursday evenings 6pm-8pm from 21st September to 16th December, at Exeter University's White House building; near Central and St Davids station. 

We're excited to be offering the chance to take part in the Arts Award Explore and Bronze levels. The award is a nationally recognised arts based qualification for young people and at higher levels counts as UCAS points.

The cost for the term is £6.50 per week, or £8 if taking part in the Arts Award. For more information, or to request an application form please email Jake at, or download a form below and return to the same address.

Project Credits:

Head Facilitator- Ben Goulding

Assistant Facilitator- Jake Celecia