The new season of classic and modern plays at Shakespeare’s Globe in London.
Shakespeare’s Globe is an extraordinary venue in London.
Dedicated to exploring Shakespeare’s work, it is a replica of the playhouse on the South Bank for which Shakespeare wrote.
Alongside the Globe Theatre, there is also an Exhibition and an opportunity to tour Shakespeare’s Globe.
The Globe has also opened its new indoor theatre – the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse – which is based on a Jacobean Playhouse and lit by candlelight.
SAM WANAMAKER PLAYHOUSE SEASON 2014 – 2015
‘TIS PITY SHE’S A WHORE By John Ford – 23 October to 7 December 2014
Directed by Michael Longhurst
THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE – 11 December 2014 to 11 January 2015
Written by Francis Beaumont, Director Adele Thomas
Starring Phil Daniels and Pauline McLynn
THE CHANGELING By Thomas Middleton & William Rowley – 15 January to 1 March 2015
Directed by Dominic Dromgoole
L’ORMINDO – 3 February to 5 March 2015
A co-production between Shakespeare’s Globe and The Royal Opera
Music by Francesco Cavalli, Libretto by Giovanni Faustini, English translation by Christopher Cowell, Director Kasper Holten
FARINELLI AND THE KING By Claire van Kampen – 11 February to 7 March 2015
THE BROKEN HEART By John Ford – 12 March to 18 April 2015
DIDO, QUEEN OF CARTHAGE By Christopher Marlowe – 9 to 18 April 2015
Directed by Jacqui Sommerville
When attending a performance at one of the Globe's theatres, you will be asked to arrive and queue at either the main foyer on New Globe Walk or the Groundling Gates on Bankside (opposite the river) at a specified time slot.
Instructions for where you should go and your time slot will be on your e-tickets and sent to you in a pre-visit email. On arrival you will be asked to do a temperature check before entering the building.
The venue is contactless. When you arrive, show your booking reference on a device. The Globe will only accept contactless payments, including Apple Pay. Cash not accepted.
Those over the age of 11 must wear a face covering for the duration of their visit to the Globe Theatre, unless they are exempt.
The Globe encourages a 1.5m social distance between people at all times – this will be enforced by staff and by visible floor markers.
Please follow any one-way or other directional signage that the Globe has put in place for your safety.
The Globe has hand sanitiser stations located across the site. There will also be enhanced cleaning, including toilets.
Venue InformationShakespeare's Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, SE1 9DT
Nearest Tube or Train: London Bridge (Jubilee line, Northern line)
Nearest Buses: 45, 63, 100, 15, 17, 11, 15, 17, 23, 26, 76, 381 , RV1, 344
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