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The Only Way is Soho!
Final four weeks of the season
Shakespeare & the banquet of the senses
Globe to Globe: 37 plays, 37 languages
Henry VIII in a cinema near you
Elsewhere in London

* * * * Time Out, "sharp suits, salty language and carnival chaos ... The casting is superb ... Best of all, though, is Hannan's writing"

The Guardian, "Winningly vivacious performances from Emma Pierson, Edward Hogg and Iris Roberts."

The Stage, "Hannan has a vital turn of phrase and a stunning visual sense."

The God of Soho is thrilling audiences by daring to probe beneath the glossy lives of the deities in heaven and the tabloids to expose an unexpectedly rich seam of emotions. Stylish and decadent, swept along by infectiously catchy tunes from King Porter Stomp with a fantastic cast that move effortlessly from the laugh out loud to the beautifully fragile.
Sexy, feisty and real - catch it before it leaves on 30 September!

Something for the Weekend? Yard and Post Show Cocktail for £10
Come and see the show from the yard and enjoy a cocktail for £10. Quote ‘pcdsftw’ online or when calling the Box Office on 020 7401 9919.
Cannot be claimed retrospectively. Usual terms and conditions apply. Purchasers must be over the age of 18.
Please note: Yard tickets are standing only, but have the best view of the stage.

Final four weeks of the season

The theatre season continues until 2 October with performances of Much Ado About Nothing, Doctor Faustus, The Globe Mysteries and The God of Soho. Book now for your final chance of the year to see gods and devils, lovers and haters, great stories and wicked comedy.

Come and enjoy the Banquet of the Senses

This autumn season, Globe Education will celebrate Shakespeare and the Banquet of the Senses. Staged readings, talks and special events investigate how Shakespeare and his theatre invoke sight, sound, smell, taste and touch.

Globe to Globe: 37 plays, 37 languages

We're fast approaching our official launch of the Globe to Globe 2012 festival, with all the details being announced on 27 September. To get the latest updates, sign up for festival alerts.

Henry VIII in a cinema near you

The Telegraph, "If the Globe had a roof, this production of Henry VIII would surely have blown it off."

If you missed it last year, you can catch this sumptuous production in cinemas worldwide from 15 September.

Elsewhere in London: The Conspirators, at Orange Tree Theatre

This fascinating 1971 play about a post-revolution society and the new democracy is brutally honest in exposing the power struggles existing within close relationships and the sexual allure of political clout. Tickets from £11.

Elsewhere in London: Decade, at St Katharine Docks

No-one can forget the moment they heard the news. September 11th, 2001 sent shockwaves across the globe. Ten years on, a team of writers and thinkers explore our responses to this defining event in a new production from Headlong, directed by Rupert Goold.

Elsewhere in London: Treasures of Heaven, at the British Museum

Seen The Globe Mysteries? Now see the era’s medieval treasures at the British Museum and witness stunning craftsmanship from an era of deep piety and devotion.

Special offer: 25% off tickets for Globe e-subscribers until 9 October. Book online or call 020 7323 8181 and quote ‘GLOBE’ at checkout. Terms and conditions apply.

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