"Fiery, funny irreverence” (Evening Standard). "Rough and ready and playfully inspired” (The Independent on Sunday). "Deborah Bruce’s production lifts the spirits” (Daily Mail).
The Globe Mysteries are now captivating audiences with a mixture of medieval tradition, northern verse and innovative staging. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, don’t miss your chance to witness God create the world from packing crates, find out which football team Noah’s wife supports and witness Jesus rescuing Adam and Eve from hell.
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The God of Soho - opening soon!
Award-winning writer Chris Hannan’s moving, hectic and hilarious new play, The God of Soho, comes to life in a world addicted to drugs and handbags, to flash-bulbs and tabloid exposure, and to the overwhelming need for attention. From August 27.
Exploring 'The Heard Word' with public events
Globe Education’s summer season continues until 22 September with a range of public events. Highlights this month include a platform discussion with John Dove and Howard Brenton on Anne Boleyn, and Professor Diarmaid McCulloch concluding the Pulpit vs Playhouse series with his talk on Thomas Cranmer.
Globe to Globe 2012
We are finalising the details of our 2012 Globe to Globe festival, with 37 plays being performed in 37 languages. To find out the latest information about the productions, sign up to our Globe to Globe newsletter.
Back to school in style
For those of you facing back to school shopping why not look to our Shop for some stunning stationery? Or swot up on Shakespeare from our range of engaging publications, including play texts of the season productions.
Elsewhere in London
A Woman Killed with Kindness at the National Theatre
4 stars ‘A remarkably strong piece of theatre’ (The Times)
4 stars ‘Katie Mitchell's striking revival’ (The Independent)
Travelex £12 Tickets. Now playing. 020 7452 3000
Elsewhere in London
Le Cirque Invisible at Southbank Centre
Enter this enchanting theatre of imagination, beauty and humour. With an infectious sense of fun, illusions, and fantastical costumed transformations, fall under their spell this summer. Ends Sunday 21 August.
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