Shakespeare’s complex exploration of prejudice, patriarchy, and capitalism, The Merchant of Venice
What’s playing and coming up at the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
Claire van Kampen’s critically-acclaimed new play Farinelli and the King starring Mark Rylance is to transfer to the West End.
Production photos of The Changeling at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe
Production photos of ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe
Production photos of Doctor Scroggy’s War at Shakespeare’s Globe
Production photos of Julius Caesar at Shakespeare’s Globe
Shakespeare’s Globe has announced the second season for its candlelit theatre, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
Production photos of Titus Andronicus at Shakespeare’s Globe
Production photos of L’Ormindo at Shakespeare’s Globe
Production photos of The Lightning Child at Shakespeare’s Globe
A London map highlighting the location of Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, London, SE1 9DT
Shakespeare’s Globe presents the new play Blue Stockings, the eye-opening story of four young women fighting for their right to education and self-determination against the backdrop of the larger suffragette movement.
Production photos of Gabriel by Samuel Adamson at Shakespeare’s Globe.
On 23 April 2014 – the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth – Shakespeare’s Globe will embark on a two-year global tour of Hamlet that will aim to take in every country in the world. The ‘Globe to Globe Hamlet’, directed by the Globe’s Artistic Director Dominic Dromgoole, will be a completely unprecedented theatrical adventure.
Production Photos: Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe directed by Eve Best
Production photos of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Shakespeare’s Globe
Shakespeare’s Globe launches its 2013 theatre season on 23 April with Jeremy Herrin’s production of The Tempest. Olivier award-winner Roger Allam makes a welcome return to the Globe as Prospero, with Colin Morgan as Ariel and Jessie Buckley as Miranda. The Tempest is Shakespeare’s late great masterpiece, imbued with magical spirits and supernatural charm. This production marks the first of the Globe’s trio of enchanted Shakespeares this summer, running from Shakespeare’s birthday (23 April) until 18 August.
Subsidised theatres The Young Vic and the Tricycle were amongst the winners of the annual Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards
A round-up of reviews of Much Ado About Nothing at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London
What’s opening in the West End this week including David Tennant and Catherine Tate in Much Ado, Zoe Wanamaker and James Corden at the National and The Lord of the Flies.
Multi-award winning actress Janie Dee.
Arthur Darvill, who is best known for his role as the Doctor’s current companion Rory in BBC’s Doctor Who, will play Mephistopheles in Shakespeare’s Globe’s first production of Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus. Paul Hilton, who was recently seen in the BBC drama Silk, will play the title role of the scholar who makes a pact with the devil in exchange for knowledge. The production will run from 18 June to 2 October and is directed by Matthew Dunster and designed by Paul Wills.
Acclaimed director Jeremy Herrin makes his directorial debut at the Globe this summer, with Shakespeare’s brightest and wittiest of comedies, Much Ado About Nothing. Olivier award-winning actress Eve Best and Charles Edwards take on Shakespeare’s sparring lovers Beatrice and Benedick, with Joseph Marcell as Leonato.
In a star-studded awards ceremony last night, Sunday 13 March, at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, the Society of London Theatre held their 35th annual theatre awards ceremony.
Whatsonstage Awards announced; Legally Blonde picks up four awards; Shakespeare’s Globe wins best new play for Anne Boleyn
Shakespeare’s Globe opens public booking for 2011 Theatre Season ‘The Word is God’; Eve Best and Janie Dee in new season
Shakespeare’s Globe celebrates London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with unprecedented multi-lingual Shakespeare Festival
Shakespeare’s Globe Announces Plans to Build an Indoor Jacobean Theatre