To celebrate Shakespeare at the George's summer production of Hamlet, the theatre group is running a competition to win a pair of tickets to a performance.

Hamlet was written by William Shakespeare at some time between 1599 - 1601, and tells the tragic story of Prince Hamlet.

Shakespeare at the George will be performing the tragedy, directed by Lynne Livingstone, from Tuesday, June 25 until Saturday, July 6.

The open-air production will take place in the Courtyard of The George Hotel in Huntingdon. 

The George Courtyard will be transformed into Elsinore, the setting of Hamlet.

The theatre group will be hosting two special performances in their summer season.

On Monday, July 1, a Touch Tour will be held prior to the performance. The tour helps bring the experience of theatre to life for the blind and partially sighted theatre fans.

On Tuesday, July 2, a captioned performance will take place, which makes live theatre more accessible for audience members who have lost, or are losing, their hearing.

A captioned performance from last year's Shakespeare at the Globe production.A captioned performance from last year's Shakespeare at the George production. (Image: Shakespeare at The George)

This performance is being sponsored by The Dame Evelyn Glennie Foundation.

The Foundation, which is ran by the world's premier solo percussionist, double Grammy award winner and BAFTA nominee, Dame Evelyn Glennie.

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To celebrate the sponsorship from Dame Evelyn Glennie and the return of a captioned performance, Shakespeare at the George is giving away a pair of tickets for the captioned performance of Hamlet.

To enter the competition, all you have to do is answer the question below.

What country is Hamlet set in?

Email your answer to: for a chance to win the tickets.

Send your answer to us by Friday, June 28 for a chance to win the tickets. The winner will be notified by SaTG.