‘A Celebration of Shakespeare’
In the choir stalls is ‘Hamlet’, complete with swords and a crown to indicate the troubled nature of Kingship. Hamlet’s father has been murdered by his uncle and Hamlet should take revenge but cannot bring himself to do so. The skull is that of Yorick, causing Hamlet to contemplate the meaning of life. The river in which Ophelia drowns herself, having gone mad, is also depicted.
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