Shakespeare's Globe

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9/3/17

Othello, Elizabeth and Islam

For generations race has defined interpretations of Othello. In this talk, Jerry Brotton will argue that current preoccupations with race obscure how Elizabethan England’s religious and imperial relations with the Islamic world shaped the dramatic action of plays like Othello.

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8/5/17

Research in Action

Our Research in Action workshops give you the chance to be part of Globe Education’s exploration into the indoor theatres of 17th century London.

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25/5/17

Sam Conversations - Adrian Lester

One of this country’s most renowned actors and one of this country’s most celebrated theatre producers discuss their respective careers performing and producing Shakespeare.

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8/6/17

Sam Wanamaker Fellowship Lecture

Professor Grace Ioppolo (University of Reading) looks at Shakespeare’s relationship with us through the use of playhouses, actors and texts from his own time to ours.

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12/6/17

Research in Action

Our Research in Action workshops give you the chance to be part of Globe Education’s exploration into the indoor theatres of 17th century London.

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12/7/17

Public Workshops - Performing Restoration Shakespeare

The events offer unique opportunities for the public to engage with scholars, actors and musicians and learn more about the history of Shakespeare on stage.

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13/7/17

Public Workshops - Performing Restoration Shakespeare

The events offer unique opportunities for the public to engage with scholars, actors and musicians and learn more about the history of Shakespeare on stage.

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22/7/17

Editing in Action

This event is a work-in-progress, allowing the team of 14 international scholars to explore how works such as The Malcontent and The Dutch Courtesan translate into performance.

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