Welcome to To-be-or-not-to-be.com. Our site is intended to celebrate the works of William Shakespeare. We will offer links to several far more comprehensive sites about The Bard and his works. But we hope to keep your attention by showing you how to find the best of the Shakespearean theatre both in the UK and abroad. We will also be offering information and details about theatre breaks, with instant online booking facilities. All this is to ensure your break away to the cities of grand theatres is as perfect as possible.


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View The Hamlet soliloquy on the youtube video player. After watching several interpretations I have chosen Kenneth Brannagh's version of to be or not to be

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The phrase ‘To be or not to be’ will be familiar with many, but just where does it come from? This hugely famous quote is spoken by Hamlet himself in William Shakespeare’s play of the same name. Shakespeare, the world’s most famous and also most favourite playwright wrote many plays, and not just those of tragedy: his works also included comedy, fantasy and romance, and who could forget that it was he who wrote the tragic tale of the two lost lovers, ‘Romeo & Juliet’? Although Hamlet was performed as far back as the years 1600 and 1601, ‘To be or not to be’ has still remained an internationally known quote. And because of Shakespeare’s strong connection with the theatre, ‘To be or not to be’ is the perfect quote to use for our theatre breaks site.

So, if you have an idea of where you’d like to spend your theatre break or are merely just trying to gather some ideas, then this is the place to be. Please feel free to browse around the website, here to help you to prepare and plan your perfect getaway.


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