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الجمعة، 17 يوليو، 2015

No Autographs Or Gifts For Cumberbatch As Hamlet


A theatre in London is putting in extra measures to cope with an expected influx of Benedict Cumberbatch's dedicated fans as he takes to the stage as Hamlet this week.
The Sherlock star's run of shows at the Barbican has become one of the most hotly anticipated performances in recent years.
Tickets have already sold out but theatre staff are expecting crowds of the actor's fans, known as Cumberbitches, to turn up at the theatre from Wednesday.
A spokeswoman said they have put plans in place to make sure people queuing for tickets will be safe and comfortable.
But adoring fans have been warned that waiting outside the Stage Door will not reward them with a moment with the actor.
"We are advising all ticket holders that Benedict Cumberbatch won't be able to sign autographs afterwards and that our staff can't accept deliveries at Stage Door or Box Office," the spokeswoman told Sky News.
Cumberbatch stars alongside Sian Brooke as Ophelia and Ciaran Hinds as Claudius in Lyndsey Turner's production which will run for 12 weeks until 31 October.
It is thought some fans are flying from as far away as New Zealand, where Cumberbatch filmed The Hobbit, to see him on stage.
Sky News approached his representative for a comment about how he is feeling ahead of the show but was told he is "too busy rehearsing".
Thirty £10 day tickets will be available for each performance which will be sold from the advance ticket desk in the Barbican Centre from 10.30am every day.
There may also be returned or late release tickets available on the day of the performance.
In 2012 Cumberbatch told the Daily Telegraph he had been "interested" in the role of the Danish Prince for a while.
He follows in the footsteps of many other British actors including David Tennant, Jude Law and Simon Russell Beale.

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