Want to see Tom Hiddleston onstage as Hamlet? The odds are not in your favor. The "Kong: Skull Island" star will take the stage as the melancholy Prince this fall in a production directed by Kenneth Branagh, but tickets will be scarce.
The production will only run for three weeks at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art's Jerwood Vanbrugh theatre, a London venue that only seats 160, The Independent reports. (That's actually one of RADA's largest venue, which can hold up to 183 people, depending on the stage configuration.)
To get those tickets you have to first register for a ticket lottery, which closes Sunday, August 6. And even winners of that lottery can only buy two tickets, max. The play runs from September 1-23.
Hiddleston is a former RADA student, and told the Independent, "Kenneth Branagh and I have long talked about working on the play together and now felt like the right time, at the right place." Branagh directed the first "Thor" movie, in which we first met Hiddleston as Loki.
Hiddleston will likely be back stateside to promote "Thor: Ragnarok," which opens November 3.