In less than a fortnight we will throw open our doors and welcome you to our theatrical cornucopia: the Season of Plenty. To start things as we mean to go on, on 21 April we are having a party. Join us for music and magic from the likes of Johnny Flynn, Piff the Magic Dragon and many more. If you prefer your music a little more Shakespearean our Music Ho! concert featuring music from 2012’s Twelfth Night and Richard III will be, well, music to your ears.
So overflowing with passion is our theatre that we will also be taking five plays on tour, screening several productions from the 2012 season in cinemas; and opening a new foyer on 18 April! Click here to view the cinema trailer, featuring Twelfth Night, Henry V and The Taming of the Shrew.
King Lear will be the first production taking to the road, travelling to the seaside town of Margate to present its tempestuous poetry to the Theatre Royal Margate.
Back home, on the Globe stage, Isango Ensemble bring their rousing interpretation of Shakespeare’s lusty poem,Venus & Adonis to life for a limited 5 performances only. Watch the video trailer here.
All this excitement calls for some tea and cake, which is exactly what you will get in our Sparkling Afternoon Tea; the perfect end to a visit to the Exhibition and Theatre tour.
Bring on the summer!
Venus & Adonis opens
Shakespeare’s passionate poem of lust and destructive love is brought to life through song, puppetry and dance. "Joyous, rythmic and energetic"- Evening Standard. Click more to view the thrilling Globe to Globe video trailer.
Shakespearean music concert, 3 May, 7.30 pm
An evening concert including incidental music and songs from our recent productions of Richard III and Twelfth Night by internationally renowned composer, Claire van Kampen.
King Lear tour opens
King Lear is one of the deepest artistic explorations of the human condition. Led by the charismatic Joseph Marcell, this tempestuous story begins its tour at the beautiful Grade II listed Theatre Royal Margate.
Globe On Screen
In cinemas in select countries worldwide, from June 2013: Twelfth Night, Henry V and The Taming of the Shrew. Click more info button to see the video trailer.
Sparkling Afternoon Tea
Treat yourself, or a loved one to the Globe Tour & Exhibition and finish with a delicious Sparkling Afternoon Tea. For more information and to book this gift experience as an enchanting treat or present please visit the Shop website.
Latest from the blog
The first in a new video blog series documenting the building of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Meet the craftspeople, architects and academics bringing the theatre to completion.
From Barbican Centre, Marcel Khalife and the Al Mayadeen Ensemble
Saturday 29 June, 7.30pm
Lebanese composer and oud master Marcel Khalife evokes the lyrical world of Palestine’s beloved poet, Mahmoud Darwish. Part of Shubbak – London’s celebration of contemporary Arab art and culture
From The Old Vic, The Winslow Boy
8th March – 25 May
Lindsay Posner directs Terence Rattigan’s compelling play, The Winslow Boy, based on a true story of a father’s fight to clear his son’s name, starring Henry Goodman.
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