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Shakespeare found in translation 
Exhibition open in December 
Whatsonstage.com Awards
December 16th, 2011Featured this season   
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A celebration of the spirit that has brought together so many different people from so many different places in the new Globe’s amazing fifteen years, in 2012 'The Play's The Thing'.

 

The season begins with the unprecedented Globe to Globe. Over six weeks you can see all of Shakespeare’s plays performed by 37 international companies, each in a different language.

 

Following the festival, Jamie Parker, much loved in Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, returns to Hal’s journey in Shakespeare’s masterpiece Henry V.

That most outrageous of comedies The Taming of the Shrew will delight and shock audiences with its screwball double-act and controversial conclusion.

We are then delighted to welcome Mark Rylance back to the Globe stage to take on two of Shakespeare’s major characters – the title role in a new production of Richard III and a reprisal of his celebrated performance of Olivia in Twelfth Night, 10 years after its premiere.

Returning from last year, following their great success both here and on the road are the touring productions ofHamlet and As You Like It.

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Join us, for priority booking

Become a Friend today and get priority booking for the 2012 theatre season, along with other benefits. Priority booking is the best way to get the seats you want and opens 10 January.

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Shakespeare found in translation

This spring Globe Education will embark on an intercultural season of events. Come on a voyage of discovery with us to uncover the familiar and unfamiliar, as we acknowledge our global playwright.

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Exhibition open in December

Vouchers are available, for individuals or the family, for our rich and insightful Exhibition detailing Shakespeare’s London. Exhibition closed 24th & 25th December and 7th & 8th January. Open from 11am on 26th December.

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Whatsonstage.com Awards

We are delighted with our three nominations in the whatsonstage.com awards. They are only major theatre awards in the UK that are truly voted for by theatregoers, so if you enjoyed one of our 2011 shows, get voting!

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