Shakespeare's Globe

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18/5/14

Rarely Played: Amends For Ladies

An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.

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18/5/14

Read Not Dead: Amends For Ladies

Our Read Not Dead series has staged “performances with scripts” of plays written between 1576 and 1642 by Shakespeare’s contemporaries, offering an adventure for actors and audiences alike.

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29/5/14

Read Not Dead: Back by Popular Demand Evening Event

Four directors will team up with four scholars and present their arguments for reviving one of four plays. Actors will stage a selection of chosen scenes and vie for your vote. The winning play will then be performed as our final Read Not Dead of the season on Sunday 5 October.

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29/6/14

Rarely Played: Every Man in his Humour

An inspiring and engaging introduction to the Read Not Dead Performance.

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29/6/14

Read Not Dead: Every Man in his Humour

Our Read Not Dead series has staged “performances with scripts” of plays written between 1576 and 1642 by Shakespeare’s contemporaries, offering an adventure for actors and audiences alike.

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10/7/14

Exploring Original Pronunciation

This series provides an opportunity to hear extracts from Shakespeare - and some of his contemporaries - as you’ve never heard them before, in the beautiful acoustic Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

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17/7/14

Exploring Original Pronunciation

This series provides an opportunity to hear extracts from Shakespeare - and some of his contemporaries - as you’ve never heard them before, in the beautiful acoustic Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

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20/7/14

Read Not Dead: Original Pronunciation Macbeth

The performance will also be in “original pronunciation” reconstructed especially by David Crystal for this one-off performance in the reconstructed Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

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