Manchester/Spanish actor Norah Lopez Holden steals the show in Hamlet which pressed this week at The Young Vic.

Manchester/Spanish actor Norah Lopez Holden steals the show in Hamlet which pressed this week at The Young Vic.

Norah stars opposite Cush Jumbo as Hamlet in a gender-blind production from Greg Hersov.  The show opened to incredible reviews of Norah's performance as Ophelia with the Guardian calling her "magnificent" and WhatsOnStage declared her as "one of the best Ophelias I have ever seen". The New York Times described Norah's performance as 'clear and confident' with 'attitude' and 'quite extraordinary'. 

The Guardian also praised the "superb chemistry" between Hamlet and Ophelia and concludes that it is a '"remarkable" production.  WhatsOnStage goes on to add that "nothing is over-stated in this superb performance. She finds the beat of the girl's heart."

The all star cast includes Line of Duty's Adrian Dunbar as Claudius and Tara Fitzgerald as Gertrude. 

Hamlet runs at the Young Vic until 13th November, with the show also being live streamed from 28-30 October.  Limited availability.

Norah's native accent is soft Manchester and she is also bi-lingual Spanish.  She is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents, click her image for her profile page & voiceover showreel.

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