William Shakespeare has been kidnapped – will Hamlet, Macbeth, Ophelia and Brutus come to his rescue?

Shakespeare's Avengers Assembleth- Age of Oberon .pngOberon’s gone mad. We’re talking full-on Hamlet. The fairy king of Midsummer has kidnapped William Shakespeare, director of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Shakespearean Heroes International Evil Lessening Division) and his mischievous sidekick Puck has brought him the Infinity Quill.

A quill unlike any other, for the Infinity Quill has the power to rewrite history itself and forge a new future at the will of its master.

Slightly anxious of the scenario that is unfolding, Shakespeare’s greatest heroes; Hamlet, Macbeth, Ophelia and Brutus decide that they should do something to stop the oncoming apocalypse. Under instructions from Puck they head to Midsummer’s Forest.

Shakespeare’s Avengers Assembleth: Age of Oberon, performed by Drake’s Drummers Theatre Company at the Cockpit Theatre, Friday 19 Aug at 7:00pm and Saturday 20 August 3:00pm and 7:00pm.

Written and directed by Pelham Grosvenor-Stevenson, Callum Moffat and Adam Toon.

For more details and tickets visit www.camdenfringe.com.

You may also like: 

MacDeth!, Shakespeare meets Monty Python, Cockpit Theatre, Thursday 18 August at 7:00pm, Thursday 25 August at 9:00pm, Friday 26 August at 9:00pm, Saturday 27 August at 4:00pm and 9:00pm.

Taming of the Shrew, set in 1989 in the midst of rave culture, Etcetera Theatre, Thursday 25 August, Friday 26 August and Saturday 27 August at £8.00.

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